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    Default P35-DS3L BIOS question

    Hi Guys,

    My first post in here...

    Does anyone know the exact changes between the F7 and F8 BIOS revisions??

    Cheers

    Steve.

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    Default Re: P35-DS3L BIOS question

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    Default Re: P35-DS3L BIOS question

    the F7 BIOS will support the 45nm processors just fine... the only change is that this support is now formally recognised
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    Default Re: P35-DS3L BIOS question

    THanks guys, but I was after more detail than what Gigabyte state on their website.

    I upgraded from F7 to F8 just to see, and noticed that the MIT BIOS page is now at the top of the BIOS screen, so its quicker to get to...

    Wonder what other changes (if any) were made...thats all...

    Cheers

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