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

    After a Bios update I always load the optimized defaults and than change some settings to my liking.

    Have just re-installed bios F6 and will monitor if W7 now freezes up.

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

    G850 don't as much power save options as Ivy Bridge

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

    Bios F6 and Windows 7 16bit looking good, none of the lock-ups I was getting every 10min or so with F8a.

    I have not installed the chipset or other drivers yet, just a clean install of Win7.

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

    I have tried F4, F6 and F8a bios and all of them have identical problems.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Neil, have you tested these bioses with all usb devices removed except the mouse and keyboard?

    my F6 is now running for 2 hours no freeze so far.

    I'm doing some Video File conversation and internet browsing.

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    my set up is as follows.:

    gb z77mb ud5 bios F6 (for the time being) I7 3770k operating at max 42x 4200mhz all bios settings auto,
    sound switched off in bios using Asus Sound card, operating system W7 64bits on a Crucial M4 128gb SSD connected
    to the Sata Port 0 (intel).

    Latest Intel rst / Mei and Chipset drivers installed / GB Easy Tune6 and Lucid Virtu driver / Nvdia driver 301.24
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Quote Originally Posted by Neal Stuntz View Post
    I have tried F4, F6 and F8a bios and all of them have identical problems.
    Yeah, I'm still experiencing freezing with all three bioses as well.

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

    Poly: I have tried with NO keyboard/mouse hooked up. I setup a video to launch at startup of windows. System was configured with verified working ram and PSU, intel 80GB SSD, no video card (using built in). Disabled all LAN and Audio ports on MB. It lasted over 3 hours once, less than a minute about 10 times and after that I just went back to everything enabled. I am back on the F4 BIOS -- luckily this thing has dual bios, i've locked up during flashing in BIOS countless times. Sorry for the run on post.
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    eVGA GTX 260
    Corsair 750w Enthusiast PSU
    Intel 80GB SSD (310 series)
    Antel 902 Case

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

    polypenco - did you load the motherboard drivers from the Gigabyte installation CD?

    I'm running stable with F6 and clean Win7 install but no chipset drivers. Not sure whether to install drivers from the CD or install one at a time from Gigabyte's web site.

    Also, the motherboard LED is displaying 'A0' - any idea whether this is OK or not?

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

    Mine displays A0 also (IDE Initialization). I use all drivers from gigabytes website. I have also tried running ubuntu with the same results.
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    i7 3770k w/ CM Hyper 212 EVO
    16GB RAM 2x Corsair Vengeance 1600mhz 8GB ram sets (CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9B)
    eVGA GTX 260
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    Intel 80GB SSD (310 series)
    Antel 902 Case

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

    Mine is also showing AO this seems to be correct.

    I used the latest GB drivers from the GB site, I only used the dvd for installing the Lan driver.

    I'm not sure if the usb devices are actually causing the freezing problems, but since I was not able to enter the Bios when
    my Logitech Momo Steering Wheel was connected, this seem logical in my case.

    On the otherhand my problems only surfaced after I start using the I7 3770k on this mb, Intel Pentium G850 working
    perfectly.

    Nuf, do you also use the Ivy bridge proc? we need to determine what the common factor is which is responsible for the freezing up.

    1) usb ports / hubs?
    2) intel drivers?
    3) ivy bridge processors?
    4) inmature bios?
    5) windows 7?
    6) etc. etc.

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