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    grzegorz is offline Junior Member
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Found something:

    "PBO, as far as I know, is being blocked by AMD on all the bios that support ryzen 3xxx cpu's. I have asked AMD and Gigabyte about his issue. I was told by AMD that PBO is not officially supported on any cpu's currently except for ryzen 3xxx and Threadripper 2xxx. Gigabyte told me that the settings for PBO were currently locked under the overclocking menu and they don't have access to change anything in that menu. As far as I am aware none of the bios on any board from any manufacturer have access to PBO settings on any ryzen 3xxx bios with any ryzen 2xxx cpus or 1xxx cpus. I have spoken to a few users with Asus boards who reported the same thing. Also I have my 2700x in an x570 master and the option isn't available on those either.

    I have 2 am4 boards from aorus, and 1 from asrock and don't have access to any PBO on any of the ryzen 3xxx bios on any of those boards."

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Did some more digging: if you want to have PBO on your 2700x buy X470 MOBO and downgrade the bios. If you are on X570, the earliest bios is the F3 which already supports ryzen 3xxx and disables PBO for 2xxx. Outrageous...

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Can we add the RGB Fusion and CFG Lock options to the Master Bios? Lesser Gigabyte boards allow you to control the RGB's via the UEFI instead of having to install some crap software. Also, Asus UEFI's give you access to CFG Lock.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Looking for : NVME support bios update for GA EX58 UD5 mobo
    Can someone help ? maybe someone can adjust for me?

    mobo ga ex58 ud5 bios version F13 (last one)
    procesor 950
    6x ddr 3 Buffalo select 2 Gb
    GPU Gigabyte RX 570 8gb
    SSD I have 2 that I can choose Kingston sa2000 or ADATA XPG6000 lite 512 GB M2 SSD with a PCIe adapter 4.0x to m2
    hdd is an old westerdigital

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    i cant off the top of my head think of a motherboard thats ddr3 that also has nvme m.2 support...except maybe...is it like a server board or something like that that you have? ill look up your model and let you know if i come across anything

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    i now see your going too be using an adapter too use your nvme im reading up on your board which im sure you have already done, some say oh it wont work but the people i think that are correct basically are saying that it should work on any motherboard and your bios dosent specifically have too support it? ill give you a link of where i found htis information but alot of people are also mentioning something called clover, and or saying certain nvmes will work like a samsung 960. im sorry this is all i can doo too help as this isnt my greatest area, i myself went and bought a motherboard with m.2 nvme support and ports built in so thats what im using....it also seems some say that you will experience slower than usual speeds with the m.2 on that board possibly so if th ats the cas ei would say you should just use normal sata ssd's, but thats not my call and im sure you have your own reasons as too why you wish too specifically use an nvme heres the link if this helps at all M.2 SSD on old X58 system with M.2 PCI adaptor. Can it work? | Page 4 | TechPowerUp Forums

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by deadlock0345 View Post
    i now see your going too be using an adapter too use your nvme im reading up on your board which im sure you have already done, some say oh it wont work but the people i think that are correct basically are saying that it should work on any motherboard and your bios dosent specifically have too support it? ill give you a link of where i found htis information but alot of people are also mentioning something called clover, and or saying certain nvmes will work like a samsung 960. im sorry this is all i can doo too help as this isnt my greatest area, i myself went and bought a motherboard with m.2 nvme support and ports built in so thats what im using....it also seems some say that you will experience slower than usual speeds with the m.2 on that board possibly so if th ats the cas ei would say you should just use normal sata ssd's, but thats not my call and im sure you have your own reasons as too why you wish too specifically use an nvme heres the link if this helps at all M.2 SSD on old X58 system with M.2 PCI adaptor. Can it work? | Page 4 | TechPowerUp Forums
    I was hoping it would be a small adjustment because I can select in the boot up sequences a bootable card. Not sure if this is a pcie card, I assume its for pci bootable raid or scsi controllers.

    Yes I did read somewhere in my search that ADATA and Samsung ssd does have boot controllers on board the ssd. And that this supports older mobo board which have no uefi support. By accident I have ordered the right ADATA ssd, going that to try tommorow

    I also read something about duet possible, to combine working with a sata connected disk

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Any new / beta BIOS for Z370N WiFi?
    I noted Z370 is missing completely from the first page...

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    hey did you even get it working? it seemed too me like you and i were basically at the same level of knowledge basically on the subject or at least have read the same thing, thats so awesome that you ordered the correct thing on accident you really gotta love when that happens huh? haha best of luck on your project though bud!

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Can someone re-upload the X58 UD5 rev 2.0 Gooc bios link?

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