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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
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    Clear_CMOS or try microcode 3A or 34.

    I made some experiments, the F6H Bios has 6A microcode, Bios F6 has 74 microcode and dont allow non-k overclocking, but I read that 76 microcode is where it is eliminated ..

    First, I Use "UBU" to modify the BIOS F6 with 6A microcode, but non-k overclocking dont works....

    Second, now I modify the Bios F6H with 74 microcode, and still has non-k overclocking ...

    So I conclude that Gigabyte modify their BIOS from version 6 to not allow this, so it's not just the microcode which disables it ...
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    i just got my pc back from repair centre after they said they couldn't repair it, long story short ...I flashed a bios thast was saved with @bios, it was succesfull and I wnet ahead and flashed backup also. When i8 went to turn on pc it just boot looped switching from A bios to B bios all the time 2ith only a half se4cond of power before switching off and on. Anyway ....I just plugged the thing in and it started lol ......wtf, everything is like I left it ....same bios etc etc. Don't want to jinx things but I'm hoping it will be ok now. Any thoughts from anyone? Should I reflsh bios with one that's not been saved with
    @bios? as it was peculiar that it didn't reset itself after the flash.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    gigabyte nije ukinuo podršku za non k oc sa novim biosima ?

    zanima me točno za z170 hd3 ddr3

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    Z170 HD3 ddr3 BIOS F5 and F6a ,bought has microcode 74.
    As ,I cann't test I'm unsure for unlock non-k series.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by BorntoPlay View Post
    I made some experiments, the F6H Bios has 6A microcode, Bios F6 has 74 microcode and dont allow non-k overclocking, but I read that 76 microcode is where it is eliminated ..

    First, I Use "UBU" to modify the BIOS F6 with 6A microcode, but non-k overclocking dont works....

    Second, now I modify the Bios F6H with 74 microcode, and still has non-k overclocking ...

    So I conclude that Gigabyte modify their BIOS from version 6 to not allow this, so it's not just the microcode which disables it ...
    I don't think the idea behind that option is to overclock a non K cpu , I think its to tell the board as to what type of overclocking is to be used if you catch my drift, Ive never been able to use that option the way I thought it was for, still couldn't couldn't up the multiplier on 3 different boards going back 2 years
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    How do you force the backup Bios on a Gigabyte motherboard?

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Usually using a jumper or switch on the motherboard

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingman99 View Post
    How do you force the backup Bios on a Gigabyte motherboard?
    Post your system specs, I gave up mind reading my last job..............
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    I'm sorry if this question appears to be dumb, but for the life of me I can't locate anymore the search function that let's you search within a thread, how can I now search for posts relating to my motherboard (Z77X-UD5H) within this thread? I have looked under thread tools while logged in and it's not there anymore, nor could a CTRL+F reveal it.

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