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    Default Re: Gigabyte Ud5h Issues

    The problem I am having is that with BIOS version 12e on the UD5 TH 'board is that I cannot adjust the DVID in any form once I use a multiplier at 46 or above in the main cpu multi or turbo multi without a non-post condition. Vdroop is not the issue as the board never posts. If adjusting the LLC would cure this I would not be posting.
    Please help me understand if it is just me and my 'board or if this is a Beta BIOS issue.

    If there is something Gigabyte would want me to try I am willing. I have backup images of my install and know to remove my RAID 1 array from the SATA connections before trying another overclock setting.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Ud5h Issues

    Uwanna, if you want to know what Gigabyte wants you to do, you should contact Gigabyte tech support. As barkeater said, this is a peer to peer forum and we try to help each other best we can.
    Sounds like a problem in the bios, I think you should contact Gigabyte about it and see if they can find a fix. That is something I've never run across before.
    Good luck.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Ud5h Issues

    nvm
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Ud5h Issues

    Quote Originally Posted by boondocks View Post
    Uwanna, if you want to know what Gigabyte wants you to do, you should contact Gigabyte tech support. As barkeater said, this is a peer to peer forum and we try to help each other best we can.
    Sounds like a problem in the bios, I think you should contact Gigabyte about it and see if they can find a fix. That is something I've never run across before.
    Good luck.
    Thanks for your information boondocks. I was dreaming that Gigabyte actually paid any attention to these posts. After doing more intensive reading about this 'board I have found that I am not alone. If Gigabyte truly has their customers in mind then a solution should soon follow, I'll wait. There must be some problem with the BIOS interacting with the new IR3550 power unit. I can only hope that this get resolved.

    I have owned and used Gigabyte 'boards almost exclusively since the Intel 865 chipset days. I have never had a problem like this and hope that I don't have to discontinue using them in my high-end builds.
    I've been messing with PCs since Commodore64 and building my own since Pentium 120 non-MMX. I rarely post a question because I can normally solve them on my own. This problem, however, has me stumped. Maybe a little more patience while Gigabyte sorts out this BIOS control of their new power delivery system will benefit me the most.


    Thanks, Uwanna
    Last edited by Uwanna; 12-15-2012 at 01:19 PM.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Ud5h Issues

    Suit yourself, but you know the saying, the squeaky wheel gets the grease. Sometimes problems only come up for a few people and maybe if you contact Gigabyte directly they can figure out what will work for you. But otherwise you might look around some other forums and see if anyone else has the problem.
    With all the possible hardware/OS combinations sometimes they just miss something that only happens with particular setups. Who knows what the problem is but I would say a bios fix would do the trick, just need to tell Gigabyte the problem along with your hardware/software list and see if they will fix it.
    Good luck.
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