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Thread: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS




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    Quote Originally Posted by genec57 View Post
    Thanks DankBuddha,
    That did it. I enabled EIST and now the cpu multi stays at 21.
    I assume you mean you disabled EIST because with it enabled your cpu multiplier will drop when idle until there is a load, if you put your machine into s3 sleep and come back you won't have the +1 multi from turbo until you reboot the machine whether you have EIST enabled or not.

    There are advantages to having it enabled because it drops the multiplier and vcore when idle saving power and lowering the cores idle by 3-5C. Guess I need to hookup the old kill-a-watt and see how much it generally saves.
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    No, it was actually disabled. When I enabled it the multi does go up and down with load but it does not stay down after resume for sleep like it did before.
    Now, when resuming from sleep the multi is at 21. The drop when there is no load does not pose a problem for me; at least none that I am aware of now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by genec57 View Post
    No, it was actually disabled. When I enabled it the multi does go up and down with load but it does not stay down after resume for sleep like it did before.
    Now, when resuming from sleep the multi is at 21. The drop when there is no load does not pose a problem for me; at least none that I am aware of now.


    interesting I guess I didn't wait a second or so long enough after applying the load but the turbo does kick in for x21 with a load after coming out of s3 with EIST enabled. Thats good to know.
    But unfortunately once again i confirm I cannot see system temp, nb temp or the outer cpu temps after sleep. Do you have this happening too with EIST enabled? can you detect nb and motherboard temps using everest or hwmonitor after coming out of sleep? make sure you run the monitoring program after returning from sleep, because if it was up before they will show up but will not be updating but if you then close them and open the monitoring app again they won't be there.
    Last edited by DankBuddha; 07-18-2009 at 09:32 AM.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    I use Everest sidebar. All temps and voltages report accurately so far as I know. I can see them update so it would seem that all is well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by genec57 View Post
    I use Everest sidebar. All temps and voltages report accurately so far as I know. I can see them update so it would seem that all is well.
    you using f9c? yeah but is nb and motherboard/system temps updating? I assume the sidebar was up and running before sleep and still up after sleep so everest was too, you'll see core and gpu temps and voltages working fine but nb temps and motherboard/systems temps will show the last values before going to sleep but won't update
    Last edited by DankBuddha; 07-18-2009 at 09:57 AM.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Yes to F9c. The NB and Mb temps do update for me. I just woke my system and I am watching them update.
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    Quote Originally Posted by genec57 View Post
    Yes to F9c. The NB and Mb temps do update for me. I just woke my system and I am watching them update.
    Maybe it has to do with voltages probably being lowered for EIST at idle causing issues coming out of sleep and causing the problems. You don't experience them because your settings I'm sure are different than mine. Most of my voltages are stock. So odd. Maybe its because of the difference in OS. I know my OC is completely stable with hours of linx, prime95, furmark, 3dmark vantage and memtest stressing everything not mention hours of gaming. I'll play around more, will prob end up saying f* eist if i find it doesn't save much in power. So annoying. Thanks for your help genec
    Last edited by DankBuddha; 07-18-2009 at 11:53 AM.
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    I am sorry to ask this, but where is the most reliable place to download beta BIOS? For instance, GA-EP45-UD3P Rev 1.1 MoBo, F10b or c? I have tried searching this thread multiple times and can't seem to get a link.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by grishkafool View Post
    I am sorry to ask this, but where is the most reliable place to download beta BIOS? For instance, GA-EP45-UD3P Rev 1.1 MoBo, F10b or c? I have tried searching this thread multiple times and can't seem to get a link.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by grishkafool View Post
    I am sorry to ask this, but where is the most reliable place to download beta BIOS? For instance, GA-EP45-UD3P Rev 1.1 MoBo, F10b or c? I have tried searching this thread multiple times and can't seem to get a link.
    F10b is linked to from the first first post in this thread, otherwise find your motherboard on the Gigabyte website and download from there, (their website seems to be broken at the moment though)

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