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Whats up fellas... Sooo.. I swapped my extreme6 for a UD5h this weekend and installed a Raystorm instead of my D14!!




I have these two clocks prime, IBT stable, and most importantly tomb raider stable although I think I am about to finish it.. Bioshock up next!

5 ghz at 1.488v



4.7ghz at 1.296v



My only problem with the UD5h so far (beside the bios being a PITA to use compared to Asrocks although I am getting the hang of it) is that I was able to overclock my lowly 1600MHz ram kit a little bit better on the extreme6. Perhaps someone here can help my out?

I was able to use all of these timings on the Asrock Extreme6 just setting the main timings and leaving everything else alone (auto) because honestly I don't understand what all of the different timings mean in the bios.

Mem Copy Mem Read Mem Write Mem Latency physics
2000 9 11 9 27 2T 1.65v 26550 24073 24365 54.9
26700 24112 24306 55.3

1866 9 10 9 24 2T 1.5v 25539 23319 24196 54.3
25539 23024 24196 54.2

1866 9 10 9 24 1T 1.5v 25401 23501 24126 53.6
25265 23405 23835 53.6

2000 9 11 9 27 1T 1.65v 26401 24477 24532 51.9 9837
26252 24477 24230 53.1




But on the Z77x-UD5h the only one that will boot (and actually is stable) is 1866 9-11-11-27-2T @ 1.5v and I am having no luck with getting to 2000mhz. Is it the board or do you think something is on auto that shouldn't be?

I have this ram http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233379

Your ram uses HYK0 chips by Samsung...told ya, UD5H doesn't play nice with those IC's. I could only boot 2400mhz once, and the was stuck at 2200mhz and got some really strange behavior on that board. Should have gotten the UD4H or UP5. You might have to change some tertiary timings, I can't recall which one atm, but those boards defaults some of the obscure timings too tight for HYK0 chips so they don't boot at all. May help to play with Slew settings and maybe try a different bios. Ask Sin0822 for more info.
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Originally Posted by HiLuckyB View Post

OCN name: HiLuckyB
CPU: i7 3770K
on die-TIM: MX-2
ihs-TIM: MX-2
Mhz gained: 100MHz for now
OC after delid: 4.8GHz
Temp drops: 12c
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2772377






You're In! thumb.gif Slap that sig on proudly! Nice job on the cleaning btw. tongue.gif

gonna get me some free Pentium 4's and the RAM mobo's PSU and HDDs and everything for free on thursday lol, much benching tongue.gif

Ohh and I am getting my hands on a MSI 7970 Lightning brand new tongue.gif
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Very nice haul... wink.gif

Keep us updated!
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Ohh and I am getting my hands on a MSI 7970 Lightning brand new tongue.gif

...please forward to me asap specool.gif - please
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Your ram uses HYK0 chips by Samsung...told ya, UD5H doesn't play nice with those IC's. I could only boot 2400mhz once, and the was stuck at 2200mhz and got some really strange behavior on that board. Should have gotten the UD4H or UP5. You might have to change some tertiary timings, I can't recall which one atm, but those boards defaults some of the obscure timings too tight for HYK0 chips so they don't boot at all. May help to play with Slew settings and maybe try a different bios. Ask Sin0822 for more info.

I had a feeling some of the defaults could be too tight. Thanks I will ask over in the gigabyte thread and see what I get.
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My wife left me yesterday because I apparently overclock too much.
Now I'll have to find a compatible motherboard to stick my RAM into.

(This is a joke. Thought to have some humor tongue.gif)
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

thanks everyone for the support . its tuff losing a member of the family. RIP Tiny

Sorry to hear that, man. RIP Tiny.
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

You're In! thumb.gif Slap that sig on proudly! Nice job on the cleaning btw. tongue.gif

That was a quick clean to put it back in my rig to make sure it was still working after knocking it's top off tongue.gif Funny part is that was just with using the edge of a credit card to clean it biggrin.gif

It's a little cleaner now and when I get some CLU, Ill make sure it's perfect thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

My wife left me yesterday because I apparently overclock too much.
Now I'll have to find a compatible motherboard to stick my RAM into.

(This is a joke. Thought to have some humor tongue.gif)

When I first started reading it, I said: "Good lord whats going on in this thread!" out loud to my wife... and then said "Nevermind, its nothing." when she asked what it was about. lol tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by HiLuckyB View Post

I am going to be ordering some CLU for the die very soon. I have MX-2, MX-4, and Arctic silver ceramique, And so far MX-2 has giving me the best temps on my cpu and gpu WB's.

What other tim's are better then MX-2, And are easy to use?

Well personally since I've figured out about CLU/CLP I don't use anything but those, but there are some alternatives for the ihs.

I find mx-4 quite good. Other options are pk-3 and ic diamond. Shin etsu gets some good reviews also.
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