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

    worth a shot, I've had flacky audio card do the same thing, but never an onboard...

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

    just an update.....rebooted 3 times in about an hour....again. Had my longest time stable though, about a day and a half haha.

    So far ive adjusted the BCLK to 100.01, 100.10, 101.01 and 101.10. Ive disabled audio, ive tried different audio drivers (the latest via audio drivers from the via website work really well so far), ive tried the newest hd4000 drivers from intels website and all other drivers respectively (chipset, usb ect). Ive ran my memory with the stock settings the bios gives it, ive ran it at 1066, 1333, and 1600 and tried a 1t command rate, 2t, stock timings, tighter timings, looser timings, different ram slots, different ram, different psu, ive tried dedicated video card....ive disabled all power saving features in the bios and in windows...everything that was in this thread I have tried before I even found this thread.

    What im trying now is disabling USB 3.0 and putting my m+kb on the USB 2.0 in the back (the 2 under the network jack) and so far with the latest drivers from the actual websites (vs the gigabyte website) everything seems to be golden. But we all know how that works. I will check back with you guys over the next few days to report my findings.
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    So ive disabled USB 3.0 and xHCI in the bios and uinstalled the intel usb drivers. I was actually able to game for 4 hours straight....gotta be some kind of a new record. I have now also disabled ANYTHING to do with power management features in the bios as well. I put the vtt to 1.15 and once again raised my BCLK to 100.10. Lets see what happens.

    Some other food for thought, it may just be some odd coincidence, but one thing I have noticed that just about every time I have a restart, something in my house kicks on. The heater, fridge, the wife turns on the dryer. It seems like that split second that something kicks on is when my pc reboots. Ive tried a couple other PSU's and they do the same thing plus ive tested mine with a volt meter. Perhaps this board is just extremely sensitive to the power coming into the board. Any of you guys running a UPS on your system and still having problems?

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    could be a power drain/surge thats causing pc to reboot? no ups here but they are handy to have
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    UPS and no problems. Sounds like you're getting brownouts in your house wiring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boondocks View Post
    UPS and no problems. Sounds like you're getting brownouts in your house wiring.
    Could be but I just find it odd that my old setup (everything else is the same minus mobo/proc) didnt have these problems. So either the psu decided to go banana sandwich during the upgrade, or it may be possible that the motherboard is much more sensitive to voltage drops. If its just my wiring then it sounds like its everyones problem as mine are exactly identical to everyone else. I wonder if a surge protector power strip would help at all considering some of the nicer ones help keep cleaner power to the output.

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

    has anyone tried using a different OS? Seems like everyone is running Win7. Maybe ill give Win8 a try and see how long I can stay in Windows haha.

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

    so heres my update. tried windows 8 and it was crash free for much longer but at any rate it still had the same problems.

    I went and bought a new psu and guess what, everything is great now. So I guess in my case it was the psu. Kinda sucks but im stoaked everything works now. Good luck to all of you!

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    what make/model psu did you replace with? and what one gave issues as it might help others in the future
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    hi, i just joined this website so i could join in, as i have very similar problems

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    with just this, it works fine, you can run it for days on end, stressed or ideling, never fails, crashes or anything

    if i put in my graphics card, nvidia quadro 4000, it sometimes locks up, but mostly dies, no 'crash' no bluescreen, no shutdown, it just dies like the power connector was pulled then restarts

    it does it in safe mode, it does it with less ram, it does it with bclk set to 100.1, and vtt to 1.08, with the graphics card in any slot

    and the random bit.... i swapped the graphics card for a borrowed 7600gt something that we know works, and it still does it

    might phone scan tomorrow and teill them i dont want this peice of crap mobo, never had problems like this before

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