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

    Quote Originally Posted by hpmoon View Post
    It seems awfully unlikely to me that the Intel Smart Connect driver, which has to do with resuming from sleep mode, would fix this problem completely, but please do let us know whether you continue to find your system stable just after installing that driver.

    I'm experiencing these same problems with the same common configuration, including the GA-Z77X-UD5H with 3770K and Corsair Vengeance 1600 MHz 9-9-9-24 (crashing both at SPD settings and XMP Profile 1). Notably, though, I'm only finding the system locked up, permanently, within the Windows 7 environment -- never at the boot-up or BIOS stage. I don't get error reporting, or any BSOD -- just a freeze that requires a power-off.

    So far, trying to whittle down the results in this thread so far, it sounds like the remaining hopeful prospects are:

    1. Setting BCLK in BIOS to 100.1; and/or
    2. Disabling the CPU C3/C5 state in BIOS.

    What's the latest? I'm awfully frustrated by this, and found myself RMA-ing my Vertex drives thinking this was an SSD problem until now. I noticed that this problem has been reported on systems that are not SSD-based, too, even though these kinds of lock-ups are typical SSD-related behavior.
    I had the same issues as you. Random freezeups, although in my situation it occurred in windows, the bios, and memtest too. Same motherboard, same ram, similar cpu (3570k here). I can vouch that setting the bclk to 100.1 fixed my issue. I haven't had a lockup since I made that change yesterday morning. I haven't changed the default settings for the CPU C3/C5 state.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by nuf View Post
    I had the same issues as you. Random freezeups, although in my situation it occurred in windows, the bios, and memtest too. Same motherboard, same ram, similar cpu (3570k here). I can vouch that setting the bclk to 100.1 fixed my issue. I haven't had a lockup since I made that change yesterday morning. I haven't changed the default settings for the CPU C3/C5 state.
    Strange! I might be missing something obvious, but when I'm in the BIOS with my 3770K (unlocked) installed, I simply cannot change the "CPU/PCIe Base Clock" setting at all, whether or not Turbo mode is Auto, Enabled or Disabled. What are the (presumably super-simple) steps? TIA.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by hpmoon View Post
    Strange! I might be missing something obvious, but when I'm in the BIOS with my 3770K (unlocked) installed, I simply cannot change the "CPU/PCIe Base Clock" setting at all, whether or not Turbo mode is Auto, Enabled or Disabled. What are the (presumably super-simple) steps? TIA.
    hpmoon,

    You should be able to just select the "CPU/PCIe Base Clock" setting and just type 100.1 or whatever bclk setting you prefer. I'm wondering if the bclk "Auto" setting on our boards is just borked. I just set my bclk to 100 and my computer has been running fine for the past 10 minutes or so.

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

    Sin, the guy that did the reviews on the Gigabyte Z77 boards here on TT forums (he was one of the pre-release testers) suggested that some might want/need to manually set block to 100. Some variation is normal, though.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    setting the BLCK to 100.1 seems to fix the freezing issue. Stable for 5 hours now

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

    My cousin was able to fix a crash issue on his GZ-Z77X-UD5H by using the High Definition Audio Driver from realtek's website (not Gigabyte's):

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    I have been up and running for over 12 hours using BLCK 100.1.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    After downloading the latest Realtek audio drivers & setting the CPU/PCIe Base Clock to 100.1, I've been "stable" for almost a full day without a freeze. However, a LinX test always fails after approximately the 12 minute & 30 second mark. Has anybody else with the same mobo ran a LinX test?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by slashbatre View Post
    After downloading the latest Realtek audio drivers & setting the CPU/PCIe Base Clock to 100.1, I've been "stable" for almost a full day without a freeze. However, a LinX test always fails after approximately the 12 minute & 30 second mark. Has anybody else with the same mobo ran a LinX test?
    I haven't tried the LinX test but I'll give it a shot right now. What settings did you use?

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    usually cpu voltage or qpi/vtt voltage not enough if linx is failing,also when the blck is adjusted for whatever reason you usually need a touch more qpi/vtt voltage to compensate,thats prob why it was freezing? not sure on ib but for sb 1.2v was the recommended safe limit for qpi/vtt,you would need two or three clicks more than stock imo maybe slightly more but not 1.2v
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