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    Recently purchased a z77 ud5h to replace a z68 ud3h-b3 that has been nothing but problems for me. I currently have the official f8 bios flashed. I can get my pc stable in prime for 48hrs+. However, sometimes if the machine is shutdown for long it takes the mobo 5+ attempts to boot. Is this a voltage issue, if so which voltage?

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    Is it going into sleep state? Some have had problems with coming out of sleep state but I thought that was pretty well fixed by now.

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    if your having sleep resume problems i would manually set up your ram,speed/timings/dram voltages and maybe try with 1.10v cpu vtt voltage or qpi/vtt,its usually ram related as in voltages or settings not right
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    The machine isn't sleeping, if I actually power it down and leave it be so the next time I turn it on it is a cold start, that's when this 5+ tries it does to successfully boot into windows happens. I'll check vtt, though I think I have that at 1.125 since I have all memory slots full, though I do not believe I have timings manually set for ram since it looked like xmp profile 1 is using the correct timings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flak View Post
    The machine isn't sleeping, if I actually power it down and leave it be so the next time I turn it on it is a cold start, that's when this 5+ tries it does to successfully boot into windows happens. I'll check vtt, though I think I have that at 1.125 since I have all memory slots full, though I do not believe I have timings manually set for ram since it looked like xmp profile 1 is using the correct timings.

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    pretty much the same thing really,mostly dram voltage,you could try above 1.55v between 1.55v and 1.5750v and see if it helps esp with 16gb

    another test would be to try just 8gb of ram and see if cold boots still occur then you have a rough idea its memory/voltage related
    Gigabyte z77x UP4-TH F11c Modded Bios
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe_Buffalo View Post
    I am using a new Z77X-UD5H board.
    I loaded Windows 7 onto the Z77 and set up my Intel Smart Response Technology to enable acceleration of a WD20FAEX with a Corsair F3 60GB SSD. It worked very well in Windows 7 and the performance was phenomenal and was confirmed with ATTO.
    I then updated from Windows 7 to Windows 8 Release Preview. Everything appreared to be working well and Intel SRT said it was working but when I tested it with ATTO like I had in Windows 7 I was only getting the performance of the WD20FAEX and not gettting the Caching performance of the Corsair F3 60GB SSD.
    I've tried reinstalling the Intel drivers with no apparent performance effect.
    I also cleared the system and reinstalled Windows 7 -- made sure all drivers were up to date and all windows updates done and tested all my drives again with ATTO -- then I upgraded again to Windows 8 Release Preview and while Intel SRT says it is working properly i am not getting the benefit of the SSD caching.
    Is there something I need to "turn-on" in Windows 8 to enable the ISRT to work properly or update properly from Windows 7?

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    Are you using the most current version of Intel SRT? Other than that I would say if it was me I'd just go back to Windows 7 unless there is some critical component of Windows 8 that you absolutely need.

    Quote Originally Posted by Flak View Post
    Recently purchased a z77 ud5h to replace a z68 ud3h-b3 that has been nothing but problems for me. I currently have the official f8 bios flashed. I can get my pc stable in prime for 48hrs+. However, sometimes if the machine is shutdown for long it takes the mobo 5+ attempts to boot. Is this a voltage issue, if so which voltage?
    You did not indicate if you were overclocking or not. But if you are, I would suggest setting everything back to optimized settings and running the system like that and see if you still have the same issues. Finally, you should check the bclk and manually set it to 100 if is not on that already. Earlier bios set this to a value that caused instability. Others have set it to 100.1 and that seemed to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flak View Post
    The machine isn't sleeping, if I actually power it down and leave it be so the next time I turn it on it is a cold start, that's when this 5+ tries it does to successfully boot into windows happens. I'll check vtt, though I think I have that at 1.125 since I have all memory slots full, though I do not believe I have timings manually set for ram since it looked like xmp profile 1 is using the correct timings.

    i7 2600k
    xpsc rasa scythe gentle typhoons on the rad
    16gb ddr 1600 ripjaws
    2x adata ssd
    2tb samsung
    gtx 570
    x-fi titanium
    corsair hx850
    Did you update the BIOS? I had that problem with my 2600K. I think they fixed it in F6 and higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunbuster View Post
    Did you update the BIOS? I had that problem with my 2600K. I think they fixed it in F6 and higher.

    My original post stated that I am using the official F8 bios.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barkeater View Post
    Are you using the most current version of Intel SRT? Other than that I would say if it was me I'd just go back to Windows 7 unless there is some critical component of Windows 8 that you absolutely need.
    -snip-
    Tried it twice -- the 1st time using all the latest drivers from Gigabyte and all available updates from MS before upgrading to Win 8. the second time I installed Win 7 and upgraded with all the latest Gigabyte drivers, MS updates, and went to Intel's download site and got their latest drivers also before upgrading to Win 8.

    Yes, I need the Hyper-V function in Win 8.

    Server 2012 presented even more problems (the Intel NIC also wouldn't load) and Server 2008R2 did run ISRT but the USB 3.0 would not work in 2008R2. Besides, I like the Hyper-V in Win 8 and S2012.

    I have provided a bug report to the MS Win 8 team so I guess we'll see what becomes with that.

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    have a issue with date and time not updating while off. for example i turn pc off at 1pm then back on an hour later at 2pm, it will show that its 1pm.

    dont think its sleep mode cause it shows bios & boot screen when turning on. all other bios settings stay saved.. dont think its cmos battery. really bugging me, manually updating clock.
    Last edited by br0ther; 06-17-2012 at 04:44 AM.

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