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UD5H:
This is for 4.5ghz and 1600mhz XMP memory: http://www.mediafire.com/?u15dl7pprsjjsir
THis is for 4.5ghz and DVID offset: http://www.mediafire.com/?dk1k7vqywz1oe4d
You will need to use the latest BIOS versions or else you might not have the option to load a BIOS.
yay profile sharing begins! will try this out tonight and hopefully perform better than my 4.5ghz @ 1.33v with max temp of 93 thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif.
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Hi guys, is anyone using the F7 bios with a Z77X-D3H board? I'm still on F6 and keep getting the boot failure upon a reboot sometimes although entering and exiting the bios boots to windows fine, just curious if F7 fixes this issue?

Didnt want to upgrade if it was a bit buggy as F6 seems to be fine apart from the above
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yay profile sharing begins! will try this out tonight and hopefully perform better than my 4.5ghz @ 1.33v with max temp of 93 thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif.

What's your CPU batch #? I need similar voltage for my L204B361 at 4.5Ghz frown.gif
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same problem
Have configuration:
GA-Z77-D3H (bios F12, 26 april)
G.Skill F3-1600C9D-8GAB
i7-3770K
Radeon GV-R777D5-1GD (driver 12.4, bios F3)
Seasonic 500w
Windows 7 x64, all latest drivers from gigabyte site
Тemperature: CPU < 55C, VideoCard < 60C, Z77 = 25C
Once a day, maybe a bowl PC freezes and then itself power off.
No blue screen, in windows jornal no problem.
Try to do:
1. Memtest 3 hours - OK
2. in windows Hibernate, Screen Off, USB off, HDD off - disabled
3. Turbo Boost - disabled in bios
4. PCI-E set to 2.0
5. Set memory to lower timing & normal operation mode
Nothing helps

Would like to know a solution to this issue as well, thanks.
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Same for me, new user, F8a bios, F4 backup. Hiccups aren't so minor, the random resets happen almost invariably within 2 minutes of startup, regardless of OS. I've tried native installs of windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.04, as well as running Ubuntu live with no disks attached. Crashes all around. Changing bclk to 100.1, and 99.95 did not change anything.
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There should be a new bios out soon to fix a lot of these outstanding issues. perhaps maybe even pll ov added.
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post #857 of 6656
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Originally Posted by DeXel View Post

What's your CPU batch #? I need similar voltage for my L204B361 at 4.5Ghz frown.gif
my batch is L207A970.
whew im not alone, i thought it was my poor overclocking since im a firsttimer at it tongue.gif
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For those who have random freezing or lock up issue, check this thread

I also had this issue before and now I have not seen same issue again since yesterday after I entered 100.1 as BCLK value through bios.

I know it had been very very annoying and I was thinking to get refund or change to another board.

Anyway, if I experience this random lockup again, I will keep you posted.

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No random freeze so far since yesterday. I used to have those kind of lockup only in OS NOT in bios. When I was doing web browsing, I used to got them.

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UD5H Wifi/Bluetooth !!
2500K 4.6 1.39V (Passed Prime95 30min)
8GB RAM two channels
Samsung 830 256GB SSD
X FI HD

Bios setting
BCLK 100.10
NO C3/C6 (C1E is enabled)
Intel turbo boost setting
core 0: 49
core 1: 48
core 2: 47
core 3: 46
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I am guessing the fix might be disabling C3/C6 or BCLK 100.10 or both.
I could test individual settings but I dont want to see random freeze again frown.gif
Edited by choikugi - 5/7/12 at 4:15pm
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Originally Posted by coolhandluke41 View Post

@ Sin can you please explain all about Dynamic GFX Core (i'm working with offset mode )

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Originally Posted by craney View Post

Hi guys, is anyone using the F7 bios with a Z77X-D3H board? I'm still on F6 and keep getting the boot failure upon a reboot sometimes although entering and exiting the bios boots to windows fine, just curious if F7 fixes this issue?
Didnt want to upgrade if it was a bit buggy as F6 seems to be fine apart from the above

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Originally Posted by choikugi View Post

For those who have random freezing or lock up issue, check this thread
I also had this issue before and now I have not seen same issue again since yesterday after I entered 100.1 as BCLK value through bios.
I know it had been very very annoying and I was thinking to get refund or change to another board.
Anyway, if I experience this random lockup again, I will keep you posted.

there will be a BIOS release soon I was told recently that will take care of a lot of these issues.
coolhandluke i have no idea about that, it is probably just the iGPUs crap i have no idea lol. I always diable the iGPU unless I do virtu, in that case the iGPU OC doesn't help for MVp score.
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post #860 of 6656
Thought I would update my problem from a few weeks ago (boot issues when running XMP memory profile).

Anyway, I just reset to optimized bios and my problems went away.

I'm currently running a UD5H with a 2700K at 4.5GHz (stock voltage) - 16 GB of 1600Mhz Ram at 1.35 volts.

Everything is rock solid, no lock ups, no freezing of any kind. Low temps, just beautiful.

Anyway, I find most people who post do so because they have problems and it is nice to be reminded that for a lot of us everything is working great and there is hope for you too!
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