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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h dvid

    Im not sure, even if there was one I probably wouldn't know what it is called lol.

    If its a bug I hope its fixed sometime, been this way with every bios out so far.

    It isn't a huge deal really for me, but Gigabyte should want a major feature of these CPU's to work properly with their new boards.

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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h dvid

    Yea you set it to normal and use - or + voltages to get the voltage you need. The problem is that the normal voltage, doesn't go up when your up your multiplier. The normal voltage is 1.220 or 1.240, can't remember exactly, for 33x default settings. When I raise the multiplier the normal voltage stays the same instead of rising like it should.

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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h dvid

    Tried adjusting the CPU power limits,can't remember what its called but goes up in percentages I have mine set to 140% I think
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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h dvid

    Asus motherboards have that, not Gigabyte. It just doesn't work with the new z77 motherboards, they will have to fix it sometime.

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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h dvid

    maybe boondocks can help you more,or pm stasio so he can pass on the bios issue if it is that to the bios guys
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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h dvid

    I'm using DVID of +.035. When I boot into the BIOS, actual vcore is shown as 1.260. When I go to the Voltage menu, vcore is set at 1.235. When I boot into Windows the vcore settles down to like .9-1.0 area. I'm running x45 clock, turbo disabled, LLC is set to Turbo, Vcore response is set to Fast, all power saving features on Auto.
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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h dvid

    For a quick test I set multiplier back to stock, turbo on, everything Auto. Boot back into BIOS the vcore is 1.236, in voltage menu it's listed as 1.210. Without seeing your settings I really don't know, but with everything set to defaults it should boot up and no problems. I've never had vcore too low to boot, I don't see how that's possible. I don't think the problem is your vcore.
    When I first got this board I changed absolutely nothing as AHCI is set automatically, and the only problems I remember is a botched BIOS flash which I had to reflash, and some USB 2.0 ports did not work properly until later beta BIOS came out.

    What you might do is go to the menu with PWM and move the performance level up, and set vcore response to Fast.
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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h dvid

    I guess I can't explain how dvid doesn't work on these boards.

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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h dvid

    What BIOS version you using?
    Have a small test on my friend's Z77X-UD5H:
    BIOS: F6
    CPU: i5-2500K
    In BIOS the item of DVID is set to Normal.
    If the ratio is 33, the VCORE shows 1.188V, the VCORE will rise to 1.245 if i set ratio from 33 to 40.
    The system is very stable no matter set to 33 or 40 of ratio. FYI

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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h dvid

    Yes. I think it works very well. You can probably go to 4.2 without changing anything at all. In fact I set mine Normal, DVID 0.00, LLC extreme for x45! The voltage will rise up to about 1.296 with the 3770K.
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