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    Default Gigabyte Ud5h Issues

    In this thread we can put our requests to giugbyte for help .

    My problem is with voltage vcore too high. 4.4 Ghz = 1.24v
    4.5ghz 1.28V, 4.6ghz 1.36v 4.7 1.44 v. At 4.4 ghz if i set llc on medium i must set dvid -0.06 to go at 1.24vcore

    I need a tech support\response.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Ud5h Issues

    My Vcore voltage... (i7-3770K)
    4.5....1.24
    4.6....1.28
    4.7....1.34

    Can you try without DVID.....

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Ud5h Issues

    i leave ram on stock always. If i set a fixed vcore i am stable at 4.4ghz only at 1.245 with llc turbo.. it' very annoing for me..... i tried all bios versions.. now im with f15m.

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    Not every CPU is same......try to set (LLC extreme),Vtt...1.10 and found lowest value to be stable.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Ud5h Issues

    if i set 1.25 with llc extreme seems to be stable but cinebench crash at start cpu test. Linx 15000 no error. I haven't idea.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Ud5h Issues

    Quote Originally Posted by coolhand411 View Post
    updated to 15m on my UD5H and no go ..keyboard/mouse won't work
    This happened to me too. I also noticed that my devices LED:s did not turn on until Windows drivers where started. After Windows had started, everything worked fine.

    When I disconnected my devices from my USB-hub and connected them directly to the motherboards USB-ports they worked as normal. This is a new experience after installing BIOS GA-Z77X-UD5H - F15m.

    It seems as if the new beta BIOS does not properly enable USB-hubs. I tested on two different brands and no one was working. Even thou one of my hubs has a separate power supply the keyboard LEDs where not enabled until Windows was started.

    Is this hub-theory something coolhand411 or someone else can confirm?

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Ud5h Issues

    Quote Originally Posted by gizmo83 View Post
    In this thread we can put our requests to giugbyte for help .

    My problem is with voltage vcore too high. 4.4 Ghz = 1.24v
    4.5ghz 1.28V, 4.6ghz 1.36v 4.7 1.44 v. At 4.4 ghz if i set llc on medium i must set dvid -0.06 to go at 1.24vcore

    I need a tech support\response.
    Please try not to cross post or at least link to your other post.
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    Those vcore's are on the high side but not unusually so. By setting the llc to higher value you will be able to use a lower vcore as you will have less vdroop. As already suggested, you should stay away from using the offset voltage until after you have found out your minimum stable vcore for a particular overclock multiplier.



    Quote Originally Posted by Priskvark View Post
    This happened to me too. I also noticed that my devices LED:s did not turn on until Windows drivers where started. After Windows had started, everything worked fine.

    When I disconnected my devices from my USB-hub and connected them directly to the motherboards USB-ports they worked as normal. This is a new experience after installing BIOS GA-Z77X-UD5H - F15m.

    It seems as if the new beta BIOS does not properly enable USB-hubs. I tested on two different brands and no one was working. Even thou one of my hubs has a separate power supply the keyboard LEDs where not enabled until Windows was started.

    Is this hub-theory something coolhand411 or someone else can confirm?
    Please try to refrain from hijacking thread. Start your own thread.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Ud5h Issues

    well, the thread title is 'issues'

    i'm not too happy with the high voltages either:

    with only a small oc to 4.1 the voltage shoots up to 1.25v (llc = normal) that's what most people use to reach 4.5+
    so now i have to use negative dvid offset to protect the cpu which in turn makes the system unstable in spite of plenty sufficient max. voltage;
    Last edited by Rewl; 12-22-2012 at 10:33 PM.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Ud5h Issues

    Quote Originally Posted by barkeater View Post
    Please try to refrain from hijacking thread. Start your own thread.

    This thread is called: "Gigabyte Ud5h Issues" and to help us understand what the thread is about I quote gizmo83: "In this thread we can put our requests to giugbyte for help ."

    I am clearly a newbie at TweakTown. Can you, as an experienced member (?), please help me understand how I should realize that ”UD5H issues” means exclusively voltage problems and nothing else.

    Is starting many threads the preferred method at TweakTown rather than working with groupings like putting all problems for one motherboard in one thread?
    Last edited by Priskvark; 12-12-2012 at 06:24 AM.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Ud5h Issues

    yes, it is. creating one mega thread for a board seems like a good idea till it reaches hundreds of pages long as the same questions get asked (and ansered over and over again). I see no benefit in that but if you feel you must go ahead. By the way, this is a peer-to-peer forum and even though it is Gigabyte's sort-of official forum, you do not see their tech's in here to any extent (I've never seen one post-officially).

    The way the board has been running is you post your problem and others offer their help. So far it seems to work pretty good. Where it get difficult is when others post in a thread about their own problem different from the OP's and that gets the thread off track. Its better to just start your own thread unless your offering help or you have the same exact problem and are willing to help troubleshoot.
    Last edited by barkeater; 12-13-2012 at 10:30 PM.

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