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Ok so what's the easiest way to update the bios on the ud5?
 
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Have you installed the "SB filter driver",also i would be inclined to do a "full" clear cmos ritual"and flash back to F1 and start again,sounds like a corrupt bios to me.
Yep, I did that a while ago, and it made no difference. I've flashed the BIOS on this board back and forth 5 or 6 times already, and it also hasn't made a difference. It could be corrupt BIOS, or possibly a bad BIOS chip. I've left it off all of today, and want to see if I can recreate the lovely boot issue I had yesterday. I might swap in the 965 and see if it does it then, too. I'm still inclined to think the board is defective instead of the processor.
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Yep, I did that a while ago, and it made no difference. I've flashed the BIOS on this board back and forth 5 or 6 times already, and it also hasn't made a difference. It could be corrupt BIOS, or possibly a bad BIOS chip. I've left it off all of today, and want to see if I can recreate the lovely boot issue I had yesterday. I might swap in the 965 and see if it does it then, too. I'm still inclined to think the board is defective instead of the processor.
Do you know what a "full clear cmos" entails,many people dont do it correctly.???
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All righty guys, looking for a bit of help.

I'm planning to get the UD5 mobo shortly, and need some ram to go with it, however here's my quandry: price.

I can't directly afford an outright buy, but i've been using newegg's preferred account system to do monthly payments just fine. In this case, it's a 250$ minimum for preferred account to work. I also have a 100$ promo card from newegg that I need to take into account.

The UD5 mobo is 179$. Minus the promo card, I'm standing at 79$.

What ram would you suggest I get? Preferably DDR3 1600. I was thinking that I could get 8gb to get the required 250$. That, or 4gb and some random 3rd item that would come to mind.

I've read about how it is somewhat harder to oc in general/OC memory/tighten timings with 8gb vs 4gb, so if there are any 8gb suggestions, they'd have to be or ram that work well with that in mind.

I've been looking at some various g.skill sticks, but any suggestion is appreciated.
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-277-_-Product

Get those...I've gotten my timings to 7-7-7-24 without really trying...I might be able to get them lower...just haven't really tried.
 
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Or the ECO's from GSkill. Mine are running with no problem 7-7-7-24-1T. Only 1.4 volts too.
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G3RG: I use Gigabyte's @BIOS to do my flashing. However, I download the BIOS from the website and then load it that way rather than having @BIOS download it for me. Make sure you select the clear CMOS option. This is annoying in that you will need to re-overclock everything, but it is the safest way to do it. I personally use a camera to record all screens of my BIOS pre-flash.

Tchernobyl: Like crunchie, I have the DDR3-1600 G.Skill ECO. With 2 DIMMs (in the white slots) I ran DDR3-1633 7-8-8-24-1T (spec is DDR3-1600 7-8-7-24-2T), and pulled in around 10.3 GBps. Now I have 4 DIMMs (8 GB) and run DDR3-1333 7-8-8-24-1T for 9.7 GBps. I could likely get them to clock higher if I lost the 1T command rate, but this likely gives me better bandwidth. Great for 4 GB, decent for 8 GB.
     
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hmm, that ECO ram does indeed seem fantastic, thanks!

I think i'm taking a different approach. With the replaced mobo and ram, my sig rig's mobo/ram will be available... plus, I have an antec 900 case laying around (switched from it to my sig case), and a gts 8800 640 mb graphics card... I could slap on a cheap X2 555 on it and sell the thing!

Probably not here though, as I still lack quite a bit of rep
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Or the ECO's from GSkill. Mine are running with no problem 7-7-7-24-1T. Only 1.4 volts too.
This. Mine is the exact same. 8 gigs of it. Absolutely love this stuff.
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Ok so what's the easiest way to update the bios on the ud5?
http://www.gigabyte-usa.com/FileList...ech_a_bios.htm
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