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    Just moved from a P5N-D Nvidia 750i board to a new Gigabyte Ep45-UD3R its a great board.

    I finished setting everything up last night on my Intel controlled RAID 0 drives. One thing I noticed was the boot time was longer than with a single drive due to the intel S-ATA screen. I'm using the F9 bios. Is there any updates that can speed up this intel initializing process? At the moment it takes about 8 seconds for the 9 dots at the please wait screen.
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    My Nvidia controlled RAID never had to do this so my boot times were fast!
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by mardon View Post
    Just moved from a P5N-D Nvidia 750i board to a new Gigabyte Ep45-UD3R its a great board.

    I finished setting everything up last night on my Intel controlled RAID 0 drives. One thing I noticed was the boot time was longer than with a single drive due to the intel S-ATA screen. I'm using the F9 bios. Is there any updates that can speed up this intel initializing process? At the moment it takes about 8 seconds for the 9 dots at the please wait screen.
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    My Nvidia controlled RAID never had to do this so my boot times were fast!
    Try this modded BIOS F10c from GHz:
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/306849-post1351.html
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    GREAT!

    Take it I wont loose my RAID0?

    I'll try tonight and report back.
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    I tried the F10c bios for EP45-UD3R and it works just fine. Thanks again for your efforts.

    I see there are some new features in this bios , like :

    USB 1.0 Controller
    USB 2.0 Controller
    USB Storage Function

    Could someone explain what these features are and if i have to enable them or not ?

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    what is the channel and rank interleaving for ram now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GHz View Post
    apologies, that was one i had previously modded for someone else. they had asked for a new raid rom to be added as well, but I did not get any feedback

    i've now changed it for one with just the 1.20e ahci rom if you would like to try redownloading:
    http://www.fileden.com/files/2009/7/.../EP45UD3Pm.10b

    altho i'm not sure why you aren't just using the one from the first post if you are not using ahci...
    was i the one that asked for the newer raid ? (i did ask for a newer raid bios, but on a diferent board :P). if it was me, all is great :P

    i dont use AHCI, i use RAID, on my ds4, but startup with 1.07 was.. slow, and not its FAST ! that would be the reason :P

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    GA-EX58-Extreme - F8g

    Fixes my Enermax Revolut1on Cold Boot/Reboot issues.
    Needs a little more vcore than other betas I've tried, otherwise very good/stable so far :)


    EDIT: Just got the cold boot issue again :(
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by mathewgx View Post
    I tried the F10c bios for EP45-UD3R and it works just fine. Thanks again for your efforts.

    I see there are some new features in this bios , like :

    USB 1.0 Controller
    USB 2.0 Controller
    USB Storage Function

    Could someone explain what these features are and if i have to enable them or not ?
    I got out the UD3R installed it again and tried this bios...got error message file wrong size.

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    Just like to confirm that the modded BIOS F10c from GHz, for the GA-EP45-UD3R http://forums.tweaktown.com/306849-post1351.html does work great with RAID.

    Had a bit of a panic when I loaded up my saved Overclock booted into windows and non of my USB devices would work (inc keyboard and mouse) Thankfully I had an old PS2 keyboard so booted back into the bios and turned on the relevant settings. Not sure why they were set to disabled.

    The boot time is much better now. The 9 dots at the please wait RAID screen have now gone. So boot time is a now a good 8/9 seconds quicker.

    I set up my overclock and also set also AUTO values to Normal. I then booted into windows and did 25runs on maximum stress on intel burn test which it passed no problem. Vcore etc in windows is still the same.

    GHz thanks for creating the modded bios its great!
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    Default Re: Incorrect (low) CPU temp reportede with F8e (ex-58-ud5)

    Quote Originally Posted by discursively View Post
    Hi, I've just switched to the F8e bios -- fantastic to have resume from S3 sleep working as well as the automatic CPU fan speed -- so thanks!

    Two bugs, one I haven't found a work around for.

    First, after resume the memory timings are set to 4 - 8 - 7 - 20 instead of (the correct) 7 - 8 - 7 - 20. By getting rid of all "auto" settings in the BIOS this no longer causes the syustem to be unstable after S3, although the CAS latency is still *reported* incorrectly as 4.

    The second bug is that the CPU temp is reported as ridiculously low (right now it's reported as 17, when in fact it's 23 ambient). This means that the CPU fan is spinning way too slow (300rpm). Is there a work around or do I need to wait until the next beta?

    Also, can anyone say when the expect the official F8 bios to be released? I've build this machine for a friend and I'd like to hand it over on the next official release if this isn't going to much longer in the works.

    Thanks again for all your excellent work here!

    Cheers

    Simon

    yes the temp is to low about 14c to low here by me

    need to wait for another beta then byt it fixed my oc problems :D

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