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    Quote Originally Posted by ninetto View Post
    Hello Stork, what is your take on the USB 3 quirks/rsolution-debate with this board?
    I believe you are using the Multibest universal driver, while Gerard71 sticks to the Apple drivers.

    Have you had any issues with USB 3 using the universal driver?
    Like Gerard71 I have stuck with the Apple drivers, and the only issue I have is that if the drive is plugged in at boot, I have to unplug/plug it in again to get the drive recognized. But I haven't patched the DSDT yet for this system.
    ninetto,
    Good to know that you're still experimenting to the better. Yes, I'm using Zenithh432's GenericUSBXHCI kext (USB 2.0 - Universal in MultiBeast). I've only used USB 3 with an external drive to test the USB 3 working. However, I don't have any USB 3 (or Thunderbolt, for that matter) peripherals, yet. All my peripherals are Firewire 800/400 because of my use of Macs.

    I've moved away from having a lot of external drives and large internal drives in my system cases because of faster Wifi and home networking speeds. I use several Synology NAS for a Time Capsule, iTunes server, web server and video storage for my Plex server. The Synology servers are very Mac, iPhone and iPad friendly, which allow me to access "stuff" away from home, and just work great with NAS/server drives like the new Western Digital Red drives.

    If I could find a good looking, quiet case for a SSD and maybe a 500GB drive and middle of the road graphics card (though I only need HD3000/4000/4600/5000 integrated graphics), then I can reduce my case storage foot prints. A case like the Siverstone Grandia Series GD06B Media Center / HTPC Case would be appropriate since it can take ATX, Micro ATX, Mini-DTX and Mini-ITX motherboards. I currently use this case with my HacHTPC, and I like it's looks as it sits next to my AVR. This type of case uses the fans on the sides and back so the case can be stacked. I'm still looking because this case is build really well, but it is expensive at $120 USD.

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    hi,

    what BIOS I take for an Apple TH Cinema Display on HD4000, i have yet to make something

    thank you

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    Vanles,
    The latest non Beta BIOS should work with your Thunderbolt ACD. BoomR's Golden Build description has him using the miniDisplayPort ACD (pre Thunderbolt ACD) via the Thunderbolt ports: Recording Studio 2.0: Core i7 3770K | GA-Z77X-UP5 TH | 32GB | HD4000

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stork View Post
    This is for non "K" processors.

    digitalsyrup, please update your Profile with the model number of your i7.
    thanks for responding, Stork! I just updated my my profile with the processor model (it's a 3770K). I can also say that I'm aware of the hot swap issue with Thunderbolt and I've tried every every different combination of rebooting and powering on and off the drives. I'd also like to hear if anyone has successfully used a Thunderbolt hard drive w/ this mobo/build. I'm an editor I built this latest system to handle Thunderbolt drives for a feature I'm cutting and just hoping I don't have to resort to going with an overly priced iMac I can't really afford... just to get access to Thunderbolt drives. Any suggestions or ideas would be much appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsyrup View Post
    thanks for responding, Stork! I just updated my my profile with the processor model (it's a 3770K). I can also say that I'm aware of the hot swap issue with Thunderbolt and I've tried every every different combination of rebooting and powering on and off the drives. I'd also like to hear if anyone has successfully used a Thunderbolt hard drive w/ this mobo/build. I'm an editor I built this latest system to handle Thunderbolt drives for a feature I'm cutting and just hoping I don't have to resort to going with an overly priced iMac I can't really afford... just to get access to Thunderbolt drives. Any suggestions or ideas would be much appreciated!
    @ STORK for the sound did you try a USB / audio adapter 3.5 mm?

    I do not think there is a lot of people who are hard Thunderbolt that its very expensive ......
    is that the hard drive works under Windows?

    you can test the beta bios 12j to see there is a lot of change within
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    I've used a Thunderbolt to Firewire 800 adapter to test the Thunderbolt capability in OS X with a FW800 external hard drive shortly after I build the system. It worked fine. Unfortunately, that's all I tested - Thunderbolt to either FW or DVI adapter.

    I also tried a USB audio adapter with good results. But, I would randomly get a speak pop. So, I gave up. Optimization is sometime over rated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerard71 View Post
    problem resolution standby with USB 3.0 enabled

    installing the bios BETA F12j allowing disabled the USB ports one by one on the motherboard I overview the USB number 3 port was the problem that wont standby

    by disabling it also helped make all ports usb bootable allor before that only had USB 2.0 ports with a bootable USB key

    the usb port number 3 is the one at the bottom left to the DVI port

    must set the mode to ENABLE xHCI, not SMART AUTO or AUTO

    http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/28441-gigabyte-latest-beta-bios.html

    everything works perfectly now, after three months to find the problem
    What other bios settings have you set manually? I just tried this process and still had a USB3 disconnect. I think you're on to something - but the console logs suggested that it is not entirely resolved yet. The logs still report the following error -
    "IOUSBFamily did not receive enough extra current for the SuperSpeed device (4-Port USB 3.0 Hub) at 0x14b00000, asked for 400mA but got 0 mA".

    Turns out port 3 causes the 0x14c00000 error, and port 2 causes the 0x14b00000 error. When I disable both in the bios it seems to fix the disconnects - but all of the external USB3 ports on the motherboard then function as USB2 ports.
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    After setting up the system (see post # 182 on build 85100) it works OK when I boot after power disconnect.
    Sleep also works OK most of the times, however:
    Sometimes when the system wakes up after sleep, Facetime camera and Audio don't work.
    If this happens rebooting does not solve the problem, only a boot after power disconnect.

    I have made console logs from the good and the bad situation and tried to analyse it.
    There are differences, but I cannot find the reason for Facetime camera and Audio not working.
    Hope somebody can give me hints to help resolve this issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cj73 View Post
    What other bios settings have you set manually? I just tried this process and still had a USB3 disconnect. I think you're on to something - but the console logs suggested that it is not entirely resolved yet. The logs still report the following error -
    "IOUSBFamily did not receive enough extra current for the SuperSpeed device (4-Port USB 3.0 Hub) at 0x14b00000, asked for 400mA but got 0 mA".

    Turns out port 3 causes the 0x14c00000 error, and port 2 causes the 0x14b00000 error. When I disable both in the bios it seems to fix the disconnects - but all of the external USB3 ports on the motherboard then function as USB2 ports.
    actually I checked and was plugged my hard drive usb 3.0


    all external USB 3.0 ports work USB 2.0 (that's why my standby works .....)

    only VIA USB port Internal 3.0
    works with USB 3.0

    the external ports are intel USB 3.0 processor, it must be a bug with the USB ports and the intel i7 3770 and it comes from the bios, I know
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    Quote Originally Posted by GBZ77 View Post
    Sleep also works OK most of the times, however:
    Sometimes when the system wakes up after sleep, Facetime camera and Audio don't work.
    If this happens rebooting does not solve the problem, only a boot after power disconnect.
    Seems I am the opposite, I can only get it to work from a restart. I found that if I boot from a cold start (power up) the USB/camera/Audio do not work on my 27" Apple TB display. I have to restart for it to work. Once restarted I have USB/camera/audio from the Apple TB display via the TB connector. However once it goes to sleep and I wake up the Hack I lose all three things, but the firewire port still works. I have not tested the ethernet port on the monitor. i don' think this will be fixed till TB becomes more widely used.

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