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Poll Results: Which model do you own?

 
  • 3% (14)
    Z87X-UD7 TH
  • 0% (3)
    Z87X-UD5 TH
  • 13% (50)
    Z87X-UD5H
  • 27% (99)
    Z87X-UD4H
  • 25% (91)
    Z87X-UD3H
  • 6% (25)
    Z87X-D3H
  • 1% (4)
    Z87-D3HP/HD3
  • 2% (10)
    Z87M/MX-HD3/D3H
  • 5% (20)
    Sniper Series
  • 13% (48)
    OC Series
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post #101 of 1852
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

I was measuring Vcore, Sin - I don't know what happened with my post. I also checked VIN but I think it was what I had it set for all the time (1.9V manually). Vcore went down at idle.
Oh okay interesting, so you manually set the vcore and had the power saving features enabled?
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I'm assuming so. I've just been using the front panel 3.0 from the start. Originally it would allow me to read them in Q-flash and file select for the background, and they still display as boot able options even in the bios. All works normally at F12 boot select and windows. I haven't tried the rear ports yet as it definitely worked on the front before and as such it has me trying to get it working correctly again.
interesting, can you tell me which board you are using so I can test it out?
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Oh I thought I'd included that in my first post lol. Its a UD4H. I'll have to check on the offset settings like you mentioned as soon as I get home
post #103 of 1852
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Oh I thought I'd included that in my first post lol. Its a UD4H. I'll have to check on the offset settings like you mentioned as soon as I get home
sorry, yea there are just a lot of people I can't remember names and what hardware. It would be best if you filled out your rig builder so then you can just refer to your rig and you wont have to list parts again. So have you updated to the latest beta? its F6c: http://www.mediafire.com/download/wyq473mxh849du5/Z87XUD4H.6c.zip
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post #104 of 1852
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Are you overclocking? The BIOS puts a decent load on the CPU and memory and GPU so it could be related to that or just you need to reflash the BIOS. I was able to easily boot at 2666mhz, no issues, stability prob 2400 maybe 2600, you can prob get away with auto timings.

Yes I'm at a "should be" stable 4.4ghz. I'm using the F5 bios for UD4H and it just freezes a lot regardless of OC. Don't think it freezes on stock though.

I don't think memory is an issue as it even happens to stock frequencies. I'm just wondering how high others are able to OC their Samsung ram and with what timings as Haswell allows such high ram freqs. Never had experiences with anything more than 2133mhz.
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post #105 of 1852
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sorry, yea there are just a lot of people I can't remember names and what hardware. It would be best if you filled out your rig builder so then you can just refer to your rig and you wont have to list parts again. So have you updated to the latest beta? its F6c: http://www.mediafire.com/download/wyq473mxh849du5/Z87XUD4H.6c.zip

Yes its F6c. I'll do that now.
post #106 of 1852
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Yes I'm at a "should be" stable 4.4ghz. I'm using the F5 bios for UD4H and it just freezes a lot regardless of OC. Don't think it freezes on stock though.

I don't think memory is an issue as it even happens to stock frequencies. I'm just wondering how high others are able to OC their Samsung ram and with what timings as Haswell allows such high ram freqs. Never had experiences with anything more than 2133mhz.
can you try BIOS F6c? Try leaving the samsung at auto timings see how high you can go, just increase the multiplier.
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post #107 of 1852
Also I used the rig builder, yet it doesn't seem to be showing up. Oh well questionmark.gif
post #108 of 1852
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Oh okay interesting, so you manually set the vcore and had the power saving features enabled?

Yes, I didn't test it extensively, but it was consistent on idle/load differences.

post #109 of 1852
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Also I used the rig builder, yet it doesn't seem to be showing up. Oh well questionmark.gif

You have to edit your signature and include it there as a list.
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You have to edit your signature and include it there as a list.

Thx thumb.gif got it
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