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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Hi everyone, I'm a new forum member.

    @stasio

    Could you please reupload or fix the broken links for the beta bioses on 2nd page in the thread?

    I tried to download bioses for X48 and EP45 boards but after checking ~15 links none of them worked.
    I know 775 is old but it is still fun for overclocking.

    cheers

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    So,
    I modded P67A-UD3-B3 BIOS U1b to be flashed on your P67A-UD4-B3 with FLASHEFI.
    Link:
    File sharing and storage made simple

    Let me know if work.
    Hi. Do you still have this file as the link is broken?
    Or can you point me how to mod one for myself?

    I saw a post where this stopped the LAN port working but mine is broken anyway and this seem the only route I can find to overclock a 3770K on this board

    Thanks

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Guys,
    sorry as links expires and I dont have any copy of older BIOS's.

    Quote Originally Posted by inspector-71 View Post
    Hi. Do you still have this file as the link is broken?
    Or can you point me how to mod one for myself?

    I saw a post where this stopped the LAN port working but mine is broken anyway and this seem the only route I can find to overclock a 3770K on this board

    Thanks
    With Hex editor or similar app, replace BIOS ID number in P67A-UD3-B3 BIOS U1b or U1d (8A21AG0Y0)....... with P67A-UD4-B3 BIOS ID number (7A89VG08).......ID is at the bottom of hex editor.
    It's complicated as UD4 is Award BIOS and UD3 is UEFI BIOS and you must use FlashEfi from UD3 BIOS.

    Edit:
    A bit easiest way is to flash your UD4 F8 with UD3 F9 BIOS by FTP-67 in Windows or DOS......or FTP-77 in DOS with instruction.

    Once you flashed this Award BIOS , just flash U1d original BIOS for UD3 from web page with included FlashEfi.

    Good luck....!



    Edit 1:

    Modded (tested) BIOS Z68X-UD4-B3 - F6 with Hex Editor XVI32 (working only for P67A-UD4-B3 BIOS):

    P=z68x-ud4-b3_f61


    Just my short opinion:
    Before flashing,set in the BIOS "Optimized Defaults"and Disable eSATA option.
    Flash with latest @BIOS 2.11.
    Untick "Load Optimized Defaults" and tick "Clear DMI Pool" option.

    After restart,BIOS maybe will "hang" on BIOS LOGO Screen for about 2-3 min....WAIT!

    Once went to the Windows,Disable anything what you didn't use (eSATA), with latest Touch BIOS
    in the Windows.
    Restart and after should be OK.Clear CMOS will also speed boot sequence.

    Now you will be able to flash any BIOS for Z68-UD4 (even UEFI) .
    You can flash latest Award BIOS F10....then UEFI BIOS U1e...
    https://www.gigabyte.com/my/Motherbo...-10#support-dl

    Going back from UEFI BIOS to Award BIOS:
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/44l4l5...r2/efi2awd.zip

    Modded BIOS to flash back to P67A-UD4-B3 BIOS F4:

    http://www.mediafire.com/?jr6ylz4hwo17zss


    Just for reference (P67A-UD7):
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...Info!**/page94
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Thanks for getting back to me
    I used the first method posted yesterday and got the UD3 u1d bios onto the board without any major issues
    This has allowed a minor overclock on the 3770K to 4.1 but the voltages are all over the place and not what I am setting in bios. Over 4.1 is an immediate crash
    This chip is reported to do 4.5 with ease and I have no reason to doubt that
    Do you think the modified Z68 bios is a better option for overclocking?

    EDIT

    So to try the Z68 Bios

    1. Flash back to the UD3-f9 award using EFI2AWD
    2. Do I then use the FTP method to go instrall the UD4-F4 bios in the link
    3. Update the Z68 as described
    Last edited by inspector-71; 01-05-2019 at 07:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    @stasio
    Do you still have latest beta BIOSes for P45, X48 and X58 bioses? All links are down. Even directly on host website nothing works for those chipsets
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    Quote Originally Posted by inspector-71 View Post
    Thanks for getting back to me
    I used the first method posted yesterday and got the UD3 u1d bios onto the board without any major issues
    This has allowed a minor overclock on the 3770K to 4.1 but the voltages are all over the place and not what I am setting in bios. Over 4.1 is an immediate crash
    This chip is reported to do 4.5 with ease and I have no reason to doubt that
    Do you think the modified Z68 bios is a better option for overclocking?

    EDIT

    So to try the Z68 Bios

    1. Flash back to the UD3-f9 award using EFI2AWD
    2. Do I then use the FTP method to go instrall the UD4-F4 bios in the link
    3. Update the Z68 as described
    If you want to try Z68-UD4...i think will be better.....must go back to P67-UD4 Award BIOS....then do first as described in Edit 1...(alternative try with FTP).
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    Quote Originally Posted by gagarin77 View Post
    @stasio
    Do you still have latest beta BIOSes for P45, X48 and X58 bioses? All links are down. Even directly on host website nothing works for those chipsets
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    No I don't have .....sorry.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    For the Gigabyte x299 aorus gaming 7 pro, do not post the latest bios beta?

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Flashed back to UD3 award using efi2awd
    Flashed back to UD4-F8 using fpt77
    Flashed to Z68 using @bios
    On reboot got one long, two short beeps
    Swapped chip to 2500k
    Got single post beep but splash screen corruption and couldn't enter bios
    Removed cmos battery for 15 mins and changed gfx card
    Stuck on touch bios post screen

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    I had an issue after flashing the z68 bios using @bios from UD4-F8
    Initially with the 3770K in, I got one long and two short beeps
    Replacing the 3770K with a 2500K got a post beep but it hung on the bios splash screen (which was corrupted using a vega64 but not with a r9 290)
    I have managed to recover back to the UD3-F9 and then flashed again to the UD4-F8 where I am now with the 2500K and vega64 in again

    Any ideas? Was flashing it to the z68 with the ivybridge in the issue?

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