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

    I can do that with my UD5H and I didn't have to RMA it and get another board.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Quote Originally Posted by slashbatre View Post
    I've replaced my Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H with the ASUS P8Z77-V due to random freezes and blue screen of death crashes occurring at least once a day. After replacing the Gigabyte, I found out that one of my Corsair vengeance 8gb RAM sticks was faulty - but with the new board and sans the faulty ram stick, I've been going 5 days in a row without a single hiccup, and have run LinX and Prime95 tests all night long without issues.
    Makes you kind of wonder how things would have worked out for you had you diagnosed the faulty memory before rma'ing the board. Now worries mate, that ASUS board is nice and is very capable as I was going to use that instead of the UD5. Glad to hear your crash-free!

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

    Its is strange how some have no problems and others suffering freezing or usb problems. USB maybe dependent on what users are plugging into the ports and compatibility early bios and drivers made some devices not backward compatible to usb 3 sockets. My own experience was only freezing occasionally with initial bios since official F7 no problems. Overclocked to 4.7Ghz, a bit warm on full load about 83deg on a corsair h80. going to change that to either a rasa rs240 or an ek 240 ltx still trying to make my mind up on what watercooler to stick with for my coolermaster cm690 II advanced usb3 case.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by barkeater View Post
    Makes you kind of wonder how things would have worked out for you had you diagnosed the faulty memory before rma'ing the board. Now worries mate, that ASUS board is nice and is very capable as I was going to use that instead of the UD5. Glad to hear your crash-free!
    Yea, both RAM sticks passed Memtest w/ flying colors - thanks anyways. I wish everybody the best with or without the Gigabyte Z77 board.

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

    How about the WiFi version of this board? Anyone here reporting these issues on that version?
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Hello guys flash new like I said i have rma my gigabyte ud 5 and they send me asus z77 pro and no more problem what so ever ,have the i7 on 4.3 with antec khular 620 qthe temps are a little bit hot in full 60 in idle 29 take care all of you

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

    So..finally i got this board..and here comes first problems :(
    Tbh im not sure its board,so i will try explain
    I swapped board with my previous Asus P8P67 Pro-after cleaning from dust Asus board wont recognose ram in 1 last slot,whenever i did - same result,no boot,no even bios,i checked ram with Mem Test in working slots - all ram ok (4x4Gb Corsair XMS3) so i decided to sent this board for RMA and after i get new one back i just sell it and went for Gigabyte Z77-UD5
    Got it today,flashed to F7,but my "brilliant" M$ keyboard and mouse (Wireless 5000) gave me some "nice" drifting in F7,so i flashed to F7b,so now i can use them in bios
    After putting all pc back i started it and diagnostic LED gave me code 51 - which problem with memory..and i thought "no f******g way"..after swaping ram,i discovered that ram working only in slots 4 and 2 in dual channel mode,any other ram config giving me code 51..no im lost - Asus board can be not faulty at all then isnt? I suspect,that my cpu mem controller not very healthy (2600K) and i dont have other Sandy cpu to test it,no friends near me who can borrow me cpu to test..
    Any suggestion will be much appreciated,thanks
    P.S.the UD5 is cracking board btw

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

    Greetings folks. newbie here.
    I have just built my system, i5 3570k, Gigabyte UD5H board, and after 5 hours of tearing my hair out want to thow the board in the bin. What a heap of junk.
    lockups every few seconds, to a couple of minutes, can'y flash bios from F5 to any other version, says file too small from bios update.
    cant us another program to o it because it locks up in the bIOS and before even managing to load it in.
    eventually got windows on it after crashing all the way through loading it in.

    tried it on the SSD , quit that after too many lockups, tried on new HDD, have given in now.
    may try again tomorrow or just send the heap of junk back to amazon.
    new everything except keyboard and mouse, and they randomly lock up as well.
    corsair low profile white meory.

    I bought the processor and memory and MOBO cos they got gold awards in the magazine. D'oh.

    PLEASE can someone tell me how to get past the bios file too small in qbios update.

    I will try that again one last time.
    I'm completely gutted - its turned an exciting new pc into a complete nightmare.

    Thanks
    Eric

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

    Quote Originally Posted by trucklord View Post
    Greetings folks. newbie here.
    I have just built my system, i5 3570k, Gigabyte UD5H board, and after 5 hours of tearing my hair out want to thow the board in the bin. What a heap of junk.
    lockups every few seconds, to a couple of minutes, can'y flash bios from F5 to any other version, says file too small from bios update.
    cant us another program to o it because it locks up in the bIOS and before even managing to load it in.
    eventually got windows on it after crashing all the way through loading it in.

    tried it on the SSD , quit that after too many lockups, tried on new HDD, have given in now.
    may try again tomorrow or just send the heap of junk back to amazon.
    new everything except keyboard and mouse, and they randomly lock up as well.
    corsair low profile white meory.

    I bought the processor and memory and MOBO cos they got gold awards in the magazine. D'oh.

    PLEASE can someone tell me how to get past the bios file too small in qbios update.

    I will try that again one last time.
    I'm completely gutted - its turned an exciting new pc into a complete nightmare.

    Thanks
    Eric
    Did you try setting the Base Clock to 100.1? That's the majority advice by far at the moment.

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

    Yes, also tried that lastly.
    Then rebooted and checked it was enabled, it was.
    started to load windows in Again, and it froze up again.
    fed up now
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