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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    I wouldnt cancel the order if I were you, it really is an amazing motherboard.

    I upgraded from a P67a-UD4-B3 myself and do not regret getting the UD5H. I had my share of problems with the UD4 with the first BIOSes, but even after the issues were fixed, I still wanted better.

    With the UD5H and the new VRM I have been able to lower my vcore by .035v and reach the same clocks. The LLC levels work great, and also work with dvid now too.

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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    Sorry to waste peoples time.
    Not a waste of time at all.
    It helps when members post the good, the bad and the ugly with new hardware.

    Boot loop problems can happen with any brand or model.
    Often times it's due to immature bios versions and the problem is reduced or eliminated with later bios versions.

    Some posters provide a very detailed account of the stress tests performed and which hardware changes/settings they've tried.
    Even with all brand new hardware, there can be incompatibility issues with memory, power supplies, video cards, etc.
    Given the similarity between Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge, I was hoping that the z77 hardware would be much more reliable when released.
    Time will tell.
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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    Updated to newest f6g BIOS, will update if it cures boot fail issue.

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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    Any luck? Would be good to know if it's worth updating the BIOS for the SB chip or not. I won't waste my time if it doesn't help.
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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    F6g didn't fix it, but Sin said that the one to fix the boot failure isn't out yet. Next few days it should be out.

    He knows more about it than I do, I am just forwarding what he has said in another post.

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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    Right, I caught up with the OC net thread. Guess I'll leave it alone for now.
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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    F6H is up on gigabytes site, going to test it now since no other BIOS is really working for me.

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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    A bug I have found that is in F5, F6d-g-h, is the BIOS will freeze sometimes. Anyone else have this happen to them?

    It happens stock or OC, doesn't matter.

    This bug is more annoying for me than the boot fail. If I want to go in and out of the BIOS to make adjustments, it will freeze half the time, and I have to hold power button to shut down and try again.

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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    Probably they stripped something ,as size is smaller for about 0.3 MB.
    I flash my with UD3H F8d,testing now also.

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    Nothing freeze for me.
    Which memory you have or update your signatures.
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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    Have just finished installed win7 on this motherboard and it booted quick and after the windows login screen it booted quick as well.... well at first, then it slowed down . Ended up removing all Gigabyte utilities and the problem is gone, boots fast and login is fast.

    btw: it takes a while to get use to that new bios layout.... decades of the old BIOS layout imbedded in the brain :-)

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