A Server Build with a GA-Z77X-UD5H in a Lian-Li PC-K9WX–Part 2

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9 Responses

  1. pcdoc says:

    Nice build and nice write up. Board looks very appealing. You have more guts than me running the Intel rapid storage driver.

  2. don southall says:

    i have buit same system as you but i am pulling my hair out, i can see sound on the volume mixer but no sound anyware else evan on windows start up. iam ok at taking things apart and rebuilding but i have tried everthing i can there is no sound or display from the intergrated graphics at all,i only have visual from the hd 6770 card but no sound, can you help please. cheers don.

    • Joe Miner says:

      If you could describe your set-up (board, ram, cpu, any add-ons, OS, drivers, BIOS version, etc) in more detail in the Forums http://homeservershow.com/forums/index.php?/forum… perhaps someone may be able to identify your issue. I didn't use a HD 6770 Video card and instead used the on-board graphics so our builds are different in that respect.

      • don southall says:

        hi joe,removed the graphics cards and am useing the on board graphics, have got the monitor working but still no sound, gigabytez77x-ud5h, 4x ram corsair xm s3, intel i7-3770 lga 1155 bios f8. when playing a video you can see the sound movement on the pladack device but nothing out front or back speakers. this is a new build is it possible that there is a problem with the board or the power supply, on the top left hand corner there is an cheers donatx power point 2×4, i only have 1 x 4 pin connector am i missing one,

  3. Joe Miner says:

    All of the Windows 8 Drivers for the GA-Z77X-UD5H are now available http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx

  4. Jason says:

    Are you able to use Intel HD 4000 quick sync with your build? have same hardware and yet to find an intel HD 4000 video driver that enables it.

    • Joe_Miner says:

      Hi Jason! I've loaded the Intel Chipset and the Intel VGA drivers for Windows 8 64b dated 7/25/2012 from Gigabytes product website for the GA-Z77X-UD5H and seems to work well with my 3770 in S2012RC and now Win8Pro64bRTM. I've been using my Z77 as a Hyper-V server Platform and haven't been testing the Quic-sync in comparison to my 2500K in another machine. Join us in the Home Server Show Forums http://homeservershow.com/forums/