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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Hi there I have at the moment a GA-M61SME-S2 with 2gb of ram on 2 seperat channels. And was wondering if I could upgrade to 8gb ram 1x4gb 1x4gb on separate channels. Would this motherboard be compatible running 64 bit win 7.

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cannon Jay View Post
    Hi there I have at the moment a GA-M61SME-S2 with 2gb of ram on 2 seperat channels. And was wondering if I could upgrade to 8gb ram 1x4gb 1x4gb on separate channels. Would this motherboard be compatible running 64 bit win 7.

    Thanks.

    .. Jay..
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    2 DDR2 DIMM memory slots (supports up to 8GB memory)(Note 1)
    Supports dual channel DDR2 800/667/533/400 DIMMs
    Supports 1.8V DDR2 DIMMs

    (Note 1) Due to the limitation of Windows 32-bit operating system, when more than 4GB of physical memory is installed, the actual memory available for the operating system will be less than 4GB; Windows 64-bit operating system doesn't have such limitation.
    Z390 AORUS Master,
    GA-Z170X-SOC Force , Kaby Lake...
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    -SOC Force ,
    Core i7-4790K @ 4.9 GHz
    GA-Z87X-UD3H ,Core i7-4770K @ 4.7 GHz
    G.Skill F3-2933C12D-8GTXDG
    @ 3100 (12-15-14-35-CR1) @1.66V
    2xSSD Corsair Force GS 128 (RAID 0), WD Caviar Black SATA3 1TB HDD,
    Evga GTS 450 SC, Gigabyte Superb 720W
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    Win 7 SP1 x64;Win 8.1 x64;
    Win 10 x64

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    Hello! Have G1.Guerilla socket 1366 and intel xeon x5650. At the default it works good but if I change some setting (any setting, like Frequency or voltage) it goes to reload and make default settings.
    This motherboard doesn't support this CPU officially but it works.
    Help please to overclock this CPU! Maybe someone know how to modify bios for this cpu.
    Sorry for my English, and thanks!

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    Which BIOS you have installed...?
    Google web and you will found that latest BIOS support your xeon x5650.

    GigaByte Gigabyte G1 Assassin Mobo Compatible PC CPUs
    Z390 AORUS Master,
    GA-Z170X-SOC Force , Kaby Lake...
    GA-Z97X
    -SOC Force ,
    Core i7-4790K @ 4.9 GHz
    GA-Z87X-UD3H ,Core i7-4770K @ 4.7 GHz
    G.Skill F3-2933C12D-8GTXDG
    @ 3100 (12-15-14-35-CR1) @1.66V
    2xSSD Corsair Force GS 128 (RAID 0), WD Caviar Black SATA3 1TB HDD,
    Evga GTS 450 SC, Gigabyte Superb 720W
    XSPC RayStorm D5 EX240 (Liquid Ultra)
    NZXT Phantom 630 Ultra Tower
    Win 7 SP1 x64;Win 8.1 x64;
    Win 10 x64

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Have a question...have a Z390 Aorus Master that some times shows "FFFFFF" in the CPU frequency area of the bios when in bio MIT settings, etc. It will also show "FFFFFF" in the save profiles section of bios when entering one of the numbered titles to save under also. This intermittent, but once it occurs, only a clear CMOS will usually bring it back to normal. This generally happens after a reboot. Say you clear CMOS, enter bios and set everything up, then once it reboots, if you enter bios afterwards, these entry fields will have the "FFFFFF" shown and you can't delete them or see the actual value. I have used Q-Flash to flash bios F8 & F9C and it seemed like to was gone with F9C, but since showed back up again, this time when attempting to flash bios back to F8, the "FFFFFF" showed up in the bios name area of Q-Flash, so I have to reboot it and try again maybe 1-2 times in Q-Flash before I didn't get "FFFFFF" affecting the bios name. Seen this on an older Z270 Gaming 9 I had that was sent to Gigabyte for a bios LED display illegible repair and when it came back, I haven't noticed it occurring anymore. Is this a bios bug or possible bad bios chip?

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    Question Will the GA-Z68X-UD3-B3 (rev. 1.0) Motherboard work with Windows 10?

    I was recently given a Gigabyte GA-Z68X-UD3-B3 (rev. 1.0) Motherboard. Will this motherboard work with Windows 10?

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    It seems that the "ultra fast boot" setting does not work on the Z390 Aorus Pro : it is not faster than "fast boot" option : the POST stage requires about 10 s in both cases which is quite long. In the bios, I disabled everything I don't use and disabled CSM and secure boot. I installed Windows 10 in UEFI mode and the EFI system partition is on the Windows disk too.

    Is it a bug ? On Asrock motherboards, ultra fast boot is faster than fast boot and enables to have a POST time of less than 5 s.
    i7 [email protected] Mhz, Gigabyte EX-58 DS4 bios F6c, 3x2 GB OCZ 1333 7-7-7-20, GTX280, 3x500 GB HDD, Corsair TX 750 W

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    It seems that the "ultra fast boot" setting does not work on the Z390 Aorus Pro : it is not faster than "fast boot" option : the POST stage requires about 10 s in both cases which is quite long. In the bios, I disabled everything I don't use and disabled CSM and secure boot. I installed Windows 10 in UEFI mode and the EFI system partition is on the Windows disk too.


    Is it a bug ? On Asrock motherboards, ultra fast boot is faster than fast boot and enables to have a POST time of less than 5 s.
    i7 [email protected] Mhz, Gigabyte EX-58 DS4 bios F6c, 3x2 GB OCZ 1333 7-7-7-20, GTX280, 3x500 GB HDD, Corsair TX 750 W

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