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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Z97X-UD5H owner here.
    I flashed my BIOS to the last one posted here (F11b) and now the "BUS" reported by CPU-Z is too low. Varies between 99.x down to 98.2, so my 47 multiplier nows equal to 4615+ MHz instead of 4700 MHz. My RAM speed is a little low now too.
    Spread Spectrum was on AUTO, but even if I manually adjust to the minimum variance (0.001) the reported BUS is the same.


    Can anyone confirm this behavior?


    My overclock is done via offset, not fixed voltage, and my CPU can reduce voltage and frequency in idle. I don't know if this is relevant in this case.






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    Use HWiNFO or AIDA....long time CPU-Z is offset (display lowest).
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    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    ^ Use HWiNFO or AIDA....long time CPU-Z is offset (display lowest).
    HWiNFO shows the same in my case, BUT I found the solution (a response for someone with the same problem in another forum): the culprit was Hyper-V, the virtualization software that comes with Windows 10. It is deactivated by default, but I was testing something with it. So I deactivated it again: Control panel -> Programs and features -> Turn Windows features on or off -> uncheck Hyper-V -> restart. Now CPU-Z reports a correct BUS.

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    Hey,

    I have Gigabyte Z170X Gaming G1 with F8k BIOS. Since I bough the Mainboard I get very high Vcore (peak values over 2V) reported by different software (HWinfo, CPU-Z etc). Tried "AUTO" and "NORMAL" with (-1.6 offset) VCORE setting in BIOS. The latest F8k BIOS or Gigabyte Support did not help either. Waste of time writing them as they accused me of overclocking but I have everything on default/AUTO.
    Any Ideas how to fix the high peak Vcore?
    btw: the voltage reading is probably correct because the VRM (temperature 4) gets to peak 105C.

    Thanks.

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    Stasio,Here's an alarming piece of news regarding Lenovo BIOS using old Intel UEFI driver, which also affects Gigabyte motherboards:"The UEFI bug requires physical access to the individual system to exploit, so users are still safe from outside attackers.Of the listed manufacturers, the following models have been proven to be vulnerable to the 'ThinkPwn' bug:HP Pavillion DV7 4087CL (2010)Fujitsu Lifebook A574/H (2013)Dell Latitude E6430 (2012)Gigabyte Mainboards from Ivy Bridge up to Broadwell (Models: Z68-UD3H, Z77X-UD5H, Z87MX-D3H, Z97-D3H)"Source: Notebookcheck - 'ThinkPwn' UEFI bug discovered on a wide range of notebooks, question is: Do you have a new BIOS for GA-Z77X-UD5H, which does not have this bug/vulnerability?
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by ericgl View Post
    : Do you have a new BIOS for GA-Z77X-UD5H, which does not have this bug/vulnerability?
    I doubt Gigabyte's notorious support will ever bring any official or maybe or more probably not even any beta for a chipset that age. Anything under Z170/X99 is quasi dead for mainboard manufactures especially for Gigabyte.
    Buy new things is the slogan of mainboard manufactures.

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    Question Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Hi, I'm a GA-Q87M-D2H owner. My motherboard is OEM rebranded (Itautec), they call it ST 7274 instead. I have some problems with this very limited OEM BIOS, and tried flash latest Gigabyte one (F8g) but efiflash always shows me the outdated efiflash error. @BIOS flash tool didn't worked for me too. There's any way to fix this efiflash issue or any other way to force BIOS flash? Thanks!

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by rlopes View Post
    Hi, I'm a GA-Q87M-D2H owner. My motherboard is OEM rebranded (Itautec), they call it ST 7274 instead. I have some problems with this very limited OEM BIOS, and tried flash latest Gigabyte one (F8g) but efiflash always shows me the outdated efiflash error. @BIOS flash tool didn't worked for me too. There's any way to fix this efiflash issue or any other way to force BIOS flash? Thanks!
    Try to replace efiflash (Q87) from Z170/X99 latest BIOS or use FTP in Windows mode (OS) (instruction included):
    FPT-Win64


    @BIOS (B15.0630.1) should work if you have APP Center and .NET Framework 4.5 installed.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    Try to replace efiflash (Q87) from Z170/X99 latest BIOS or use FTP in Windows mode (OS) (instruction included):FPT-Win64@BIOS (B15.0630.1) should work if you have APP Center and .NET Framework 4.5 installed.
    Hi, ty so much for the help, it works! However, I lost my MAC Adress. Luckily, it was saved on my router settings, so I didn't lost the number at all. I searched and found a tuto right here:http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...5-1150-a.htmlI downloaded the hex editor, opened my BIOS and found the "88 88 88 88 87 88" value. At first I tought the only thing I had to do was replace this generic value with my true MAC Adress value, then flash again. However, this tuto says something about a GBE15.bin, so I got confused about what I have to do.Sorry about my english, thanks!

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by rlopes View Post
    Hi, ty so much for the help, it works! However, I lost my MAC Adress. Luckily, it was saved on my router settings, so I didn't lost the number at all. I searched and found a tuto right here:http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...5-1150-a.htmlI downloaded the hex editor, opened my BIOS and found the "88 88 88 88 87 88" value. At first I tought the only thing I had to do was replace this generic value with my true MAC Adress value, then flash again. However, this tuto says something about a GBE15.bin, so I got confused about what I have to do.Sorry about my english, thanks!
    What does your UUID show? You can lose it as well - HWInfo64 can read it.

    You have to be careful with fpt.

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