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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 #1681 of 1852
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did you load xmp?
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post #1682 of 1852
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did you load xmp?

Yes, went through all that further back in this thread. As I said, upping the system agent and i/o voltages did the trick. It was the CPU memory controller that was the problem, rather than the motherboard.
post #1683 of 1852
Has anyone tried putting waterblocks on the UD4H's 2 VRM areas and the North bridge? I just bought some that are made for the UD4H by Alphacool.
post #1684 of 1852
I don't think many people have considering there is no real practical need. You might want to ask in the watercooling sub-forum though.
post #1685 of 1852
Oh I know there is no real need, I was just doing it for ****s and giggles honestly.
post #1686 of 1852
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I think tdc for vddq is like 23 or so amps. Pretty low
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post #1687 of 1852
Just joined, busy with building and firing up my new rig on a GA-Z87X-UD7-TH Mobo, i7-4770k CPU (de-lidded), 32 Gig Corsair RAM, WIN 7 Pro 64-bit, and have been getting a 51 Debug Message any time I try to get away from the BIOS Optimized Default settings.
Tried all the usual trouble-shooting procedures short of replacing Mobo and RAM.
Checked connectors and voltages with a probe-meter, all look good.
Prime95, memtest86, and AIDA-64 torture-test run for many hours without complaint or error.
Since BIOS version on Mobo was F2, decided to try updating to F4, which Gigabyte site says is current, stable version for the UD7-TH.
Q-flash refused to proceed, telling me that F4 version from Gigabyte site was "obsolete".
Gigabyte Tech support had me install an undocumented utility called AppCenter, then use @bios to install the F4 BIOS version, which worked.
Rebooted into BIOS, loaded Optimized Defaults at Tech Support's direction.
51 message gone, replaced by AE or A6 message (not surprised by that, the ASUS BD-burner and BDROM/DVD/CD-burner show up as SCSI devices, even though they are connected as SATA and work as they should). Perhaps newer drivers for the optical drives will fix that.
Rebooted into BIOS, found memory timings at 9-9-9-24 and 1333 mhz.
Changed to 10-10-10-27 @ 1600 mhz, 51 message came back.
Fighting ghosts, or is this a problem?
Gigabyte Tech Support had no answer, as of yesterday.
Other than that, I love this rig, it absolutely flies with Bryce 7, TrueSpace 7.6, Silo, and Photoshop, and I haven't really gotten into OC-ing yet.
post #1688 of 1852
I have the z87x-ud5. I bought this rig allready put together and it came with the f6 bios. I noticed that the most recent version on the gigabytes web site was f9, so I thought I would update. I was having issues (BSOD) trying to upgrade my ssd drive to a 480gb crucial m500. I am rather new at this and this was my experience trying to update thebios. I searched and found that it is best to use q-flash. I tried that and it failed, there was a note saying that my utility was out of date and I needed a new one????? So I tried @bios and it couldn't find a file or it said no lan line connected?? So I downloaded the bios f9 then extracted to fash drive. My searches indacted you only need one of the 3 extracted files the one ending in .f9 or something like that. I was able to use @bios using that file on my flash drive. It finally updated. Upon reboot my system sounded like it was going thru each disc to find a bootable drive. After about 2-3 trys it booted up and its updated and stable running F9.

Only issue now is that the gigabyte flash screen only stays on for a fraction of a second. I assume there is somenthing in thebios that I need to adust to have initial flash screen on longer.

Now tomorrow I am going to a load new m500 ssd, I had RMA the old one. The old one wouldn't even format without a BSOD.

I also updated the intel rst. Apparently older versions and the z87 motherboards have issue with crucial m500.

Wish me luck, as I am new to all of this.
post #1689 of 1852
FYI guys, the latest full BIOS version for the Z87 boards will not update through Qflash until the utility is updated in a future BIOS version. But, you can load the newest @bios into Appcenter and it will work just fine. You want to make sure once you update @bios that it shows up in the program list as B13.1112.1.
post #1690 of 1852
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Only issue now is that the gigabyte flash screen only stays on for a fraction of a second. I assume there is somenthing in thebios that I need to adust to have initial flash screen on longer.

Just spam the button you want to press, i'm not sure if you can make it hang for longer if you're booting fast. It's del i think to enter bios
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