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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    @neal It does not look like you are using the latest LinX or have the updated libraries installed and/or have SP1 installed. You should be seeing alot higher Gflops then 60.

    This is the latest vesion with the update libraries of LinX. linx(0.64)_10.3.10.017.zip

    Also you dont need to use Realtemp GT you only need to use Realtemp and then you wont have those to spare spaces for the other missing cores. GT is for 6c cpus. None GT is for 2/4c cpus.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    I made a thread on anandtech link.

    Yesterday, I was able to fix these same issues by enabling the intel graphics adapter. Everything else is defaults. This stops the freezing and shutdowns. I used to get them constantly, like every few minutes.
    After enabling the intel graphics, and installing the drivers (no cord, i don't even know if the drivers are important), I was stable for 14 hours. However, when i woke up this morning,
    my system was off, so its not completely perfect.

    I hope this help someone.

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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    I got the same setup as most people here and running into the exact same freezing problems. It seems to be fairly random, but mostly when browsing the web or watching videos in VLC. I played games all day Saturday with zero issues but every other day it's ran into random lock ups a few times a day. Pretty darned frustrating. Initialy thought it was SSD, but happens with a mechanical drive as well (actually just happened when I was making this post a bit ago with my SSD unplugged....)

    Will give the BLCK 100.10 setting a try and see if that works (even if Auto was putting it at 100.90ish). Haven't messed around with manual settings in years (no joke, talking late 90s haha) so hopefully it's all good. We'll see if it gives me any lockups while watching videos and browsing the internet today. If it looks good I'll reinstall my SSD.

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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    @boondock's and others... When using LinX or IBT to full stress the system you have to use all available memory
    I thought he said default settings so that's what I went with for a comparison.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Gill View Post
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Quote Originally Posted by boondocks View Post
    I thought he said default settings so that's what I went with for a comparison.
    NP just saying. A lot of people try to say there system is 100% stable when testing with LinX or IBT but come to find out they only test with 1gb of ram or less. When they test with ALL ram its another story. All other settings in the settings window can be left at default just have to change the amount of ram to test with.

    Also since the release of SB cpus and newer cpus to take advantage of AVX instructions you need to use the latest version of both programs along with having SP1 installed other wise the cpu will not be stressed to the max either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KodiakX View Post
    I got the same setup as most people here and running into the exact same freezing problems. It seems to be fairly random, but mostly when browsing the web or watching videos in VLC. I played games all day Saturday with zero issues but every other day it's ran into random lock ups a few times a day. Pretty darned frustrating. Initialy thought it was SSD, but happens with a mechanical drive as well (actually just happened when I was making this post a bit ago with my SSD unplugged....)

    Will give the BLCK 100.10 setting a try and see if that works (even if Auto was putting it at 100.90ish). Haven't messed around with manual settings in years (no joke, talking late 90s haha) so hopefully it's all good. We'll see if it gives me any lockups while watching videos and browsing the internet today. If it looks good I'll reinstall my SSD.

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    Nope after approximately an hour of video in VLC system froze up again even with BLCK at 100.10

    Anyone have any suggestions to try or am I just SOL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KodiakX View Post
    Nope after approximately an hour of video in VLC system froze up again even with BLCK at 100.10

    Anyone have any suggestions to try or am I just SOL?

    my longest is 14 hours of being stable. I did the following:

    1.) Set Bios to optimized defaults.
    2.) Set Ram Voltage to +.50. Instead of stock lets say 1.500 use 1.550.
    3.) Activate internal intel graphics. Switch from auto to enabled and Install the drivers in windows.
    4.) set pck clock to 100.1 instead of auto.
    5.) Turn off c6/c3 in the cpu advanced features.

    After hour 14, I went to the bathroom and bam, my system was off.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Quote Originally Posted by songokussm View Post
    my longest is 14 hours of being stable. I did the following:

    1.) Set Bios to optimized defaults.
    2.) Set Ram Voltage to +.50. Instead of stock lets say 1.500 use 1.550.
    3.) Activate internal intel graphics. Switch from auto to enabled and Install the drivers in windows.
    4.) set pck clock to 100.1 instead of auto.
    5.) Turn off c6/c3 in the cpu advanced features.

    After hour 14, I went to the bathroom and bam, my system was off.
    Well as I previously mentioned I got my old setup to work pretty good for over two days but I wasn't heavily watching videos or browsing the internet during that time, mostly just playing games. I think it's funny that the more system demanding activity isn't causing the problem and instead it's pretty non system intensive activities that are instead causing it to error out

    I just flashed my BIOS up to F6. I left everything auto for now except I enabled the internal graphics, disabled on board audio, and installed all the latest and greatest drivers per the Gigabyte website. I left the BLCK to Auto for now. If it crashes again (going to play some more vids in VLC) I'll try setting it back to 100.10 again and and turn off c6/c3. I did have one question for the BLCK setting, is it supposed to be 100.01 or 100.10?

    EDIT: Lasted about 20 minutes before I froze again. Getting pretty frustrated and wondering if it wouldn't be better to just return the board.
    Last edited by KodiakX; 05-08-2012 at 02:50 AM.

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