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    Forgive my ignorance,
    is there a change log for all the UD5 Beta's?

    I had a big issue with my X58 UD5, and if its common, I might be able to see when its corrected via the change logs for the beta bioses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertylesh View Post
    Forgive my ignorance,
    is there a change log for all the UD5 Beta's?

    I had a big issue with my X58 UD5, and if its common, I might be able to see when its corrected via the change logs for the beta bioses.
    We didn't keep all BIOS's changelogs in one place,because new beta BIOS often come without info.You can found some of them,between the posts.
    Btw,have a look this place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    Jobol,if is not complicated (for you),can you make one sample BIOS and send to me.I will send to R&D Taiwan.
    or send to GIGABYTE - Colin
    email me the bios source code and I will happily do it :P

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    Thanks stasio, also that link is very interesting, i saw a lot more info on the UD5 beta bios changes from it :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gasse View Post
    Problems using Logitech G15 (USB). Browsing bios settings is ok, choosing operating system on boot is impossible.

    USB keyboard function : enable
    USB mouse function : enable
    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Legacy USB Storage Detect enabled or disabled? Try both, it has been renamed to USB Storage Function in X58
    USB Storage Detect : enable

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    A friend of mine has the same trouble using a G15 keyboard and F8F bios on UD5, so it's a bug
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Hi all looking for some help, I am trying to get my corsair dominator GT DDR3 2000 memory working with the x58 Extreme, bios version f8g, everywhere I look says that the qpi/vtt voltage should be set to around 1.6v but for some reason when I try to set the qpi/vtt voltage to anything over 1.455v then the system wont boot. I am using 1500 Watt thermaltake power supply, so I dont think that is an issue. Any ideas anyone??
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    1.6 is to high, you should only need 1.3 - 1.4x max for that.

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    these f8x bioses do not like my ocz 6gb lvk kit... get 0x00000124 bluscreen.. and my reclusa usb keyboard are not ready to get me in to bios.. damn, on enny bios...
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    With my X58-Extreme, with 200bclk i need 1.53v to be stable!

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    I wonder if anyone can help me. My Gigabyte UD5 motherboard is working very nicely otherwise, but for some reason, often when I need to start up my PC, it doesn't boot succesfully on the first try (power and fans turn on, but nothing happens).

    I often need to switch power off and back on from my power supply several times before the PC succesfully boots.

    I have d0 stepping processor, and my ud5 bios version is F5. Does anyone know, could this be because of d0 stepping incompatibility with F5 bios, and if this issue has been fixed in newer bios updates?

    I have not updated motherboard bios before, so I'd rather not do it. But if it fixes this problem, I would do it.

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