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Ahh, well I've never used it like that so I didn't even know there was issues with any version.

Hopefully the new one will work better, if not you can send a report to Fiery at XS and I'm sure he will try to get it fixed for you asap
Yeah never ran into issues with it myself either, ah well, after this last debacle I'm not so keen to have sensor polling software running 24/7 anymore.

Might just disable it and only use it when I think my card is running hot or whatever. So used to monitoring temps in games etc, not sure I'll be able to live without my precious sensor readouts!!!
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Hi,

im looking for upgrade soon and have a choice of two motherboards to get

Asus Rampage extreme 3 or the this gigbyte UD7 v2.

few questions regarding UD7.

1) Which would be better to get v1 or v2 i know the differences but want to owners feedback (i like the feature that is found on V2 i.e you can have your PC off and still use the USB to charge the devices i.e. phones etc.

2) Does the EK waterblock for motherboard fit on the V2 i.e the south/north bridge or is the bundled one good enough with 1/2" adaptors?

any other stuff that they dont mention on the website about gigabyte motherboards I have always had asus/Abit motherboards.

thanks
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If you get the UD7 you want the rev 1.0, it has more phases and there is a HUGE difference between rev 1.0 and rev 2.0 VRM/mosfet layout, so the EK block wouldn't fit. The UD5 rev 2.0 is the same board as the UD7 rev 2.0 just without the WaterBlock. I doubt you can find a UD7 rev 1.0, you might have to buy one off someone. I switched from P6x58D=prem to UD5 rev 2.0, much better board, gigabyte did it right this time, and ive been loyal to asus for 7+ years.
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After you have all the setting the way you want them, I think you press F11 to save the settings while in the BIOS.
Yes! exactly F11 - Thanks Mac
..and for loading the saved CMOS settings: F12
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Hi,

im looking for upgrade soon and have a choice of two motherboards to get

Asus Rampage extreme 3 or the this gigbyte UD7 v2.

few questions regarding UD7.

1) Which would be better to get v1 or v2 i know the differences but want to owners feedback (i like the feature that is found on V2 i.e you can have your PC off and still use the USB to charge the devices i.e. phones etc.

2) Does the EK waterblock for motherboard fit on the V2 i.e the south/north bridge or is the bundled one good enough with 1/2" adaptors?

any other stuff that they dont mention on the website about gigabyte motherboards I have always had asus/Abit motherboards.

thanks
#2 - I use the bundled wb with 3/8" lines and a DDC-3.25 and my max system temp (bios) is 38c with above dew point water. I will install Aida64 tonight and see what it reads. My personal opinion is that the thicker copper layers do make them run cooler than other brands.
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What are the ud7 owners using for in-windows overclocking software? I'm not having any luck finding the pll# for setfsb or clockgen. I Shoulda looked that up before covering the board so I can't read any numbers...
    
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This the setfsb clockgen for UD5 rev 2.0 i think its the same for rev 2.0 UD7, you can try it for rev 1.0 UD7 ICS9LPRS914EKL, i personally use ET6, but i really dont like in windows OC
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This the setfsb clockgen for UD5 rev 2.0 i think its the same for rev 2.0 UD7, you can try it for rev 1.0 UD7 ICS9LPRS914EKL, i personally use ET6, but i really dont like in windows OC
Thanks man, I'll give that a shot. For regular overclocking BIOS is always the way to go, but looking to freeze the new ud7 tonight & it is nice to be able to clock up a bit higher at the desktop after booting in at the max I can get in BIOS for the pi runs.

edit: She works, fsb shows as 3x what the bclk really is, but it'll do the job. Thanks again...
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I was using this for SetFSB but it did not work the greatest ICS9LPRS916JGLF
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well ifit works thats good, what rev of the board do you have? rev 1 with 24 phases or rev 2 with 16? BTW good luck subzero! its always fun aka my sig, i had to freeze the processor lol, thats 3 mins exposed to air strapped to my evap at -52c.
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