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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 #1201 of 1852
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did you update the BIOS?
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post #1202 of 1852
Bios is on F7, yes. i7 4770k processor. Corsair 300r case, tried a 835w PSU and a 600w PSU, same thing.
post #1203 of 1852
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post #1204 of 1852
Anyone else having a problem where changes to memory settings won't take? On a UD3H with the F8b BIOS, and no matter what I change for the memory settings (trying to overclock my RAM) it doesn't actually change. The BIOS shows the change (and the DDR voltage changes) but in Windows everything is still the same as before. I was able to set it up when I first flashed the BIOS, but somehow it got stuck. I don't know if it's an issue that crops up after saving or loading a profile or something?
post #1205 of 1852
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Anyone else having a problem where changes to memory settings won't take? On a UD3H with the F8b BIOS, and no matter what I change for the memory settings (trying to overclock my RAM) it doesn't actually change. The BIOS shows the change (and the DDR voltage changes) but in Windows everything is still the same as before. I was able to set it up when I first flashed the BIOS, but somehow it got stuck. I don't know if it's an issue that crops up after saving or loading a profile or something?

This happens with my UD4H also. I posted about it some time ago here. After you change your settings you need to save and exit, as the computer starts to reboot then shut the computer off or let the computer reboot and then shutdown.

Even turning on single bios mode same thing happens for me. Only way I've found is the shutting off the PC for half a minute and starting the PC again.
post #1206 of 1852
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Anyone else having a problem where changes to memory settings won't take? On a UD3H with the F8b BIOS, and no matter what I change for the memory settings (trying to overclock my RAM) it doesn't actually change. The BIOS shows the change (and the DDR voltage changes) but in Windows everything is still the same as before. I was able to set it up when I first flashed the BIOS, but somehow it got stuck. I don't know if it's an issue that crops up after saving or loading a profile or something?
yea that is an issue with some BETA BIOSes, it will most likely be fixed on the next beta release.
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post #1207 of 1852
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yea that is an issue with some BETA BIOSes, it will most likely be fixed on the next beta release.

Is there a workaround for now?
post #1208 of 1852
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Is there a workaround for now?
you could try a power cycle to clear the ME, like flash the BIOS again and then shut down AC power before it can boot for the first time and clear the CMOS and then let it boot. That might do something.

otherwise a workaround would be to use F7 lol.
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post #1209 of 1852
Hey guys, I've got a UD5H with a 4670k (unclocked and volt unmodified), and HWMonitor gives me this strange temperature on TMPIN2 of 128C, anyone know what gives? I've got good airflow and cooling in the case otherwise.

Appreciate any help.
post #1210 of 1852
Probably just a false reading (if there is no actual sensor for that input, for example). The fact that the min and max are both the same would indicate that it isn't reading a real temp. I wouldn't worry about it.
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