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Thread: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS




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    Quote Originally Posted by Reo View Post
    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...
    Increase your QPI/VTT voltage

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    Quote Originally Posted by limons View Post
    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.
    If this is your board GIGABYTE - Support&Download - Motherboard - BIOS - GA-EX58-UD5 (rev. 1.0) then I would definitely update to the latest version. It could be that the board isn't playing nicely with your D0 CPU.

    Flashing is made out to be more risky than it is, probably to make sure people are careful. You CAN brick your board, but the chances of that happening are very rare indeed of you follow the instructions.

    Use QFlash from a USB stick (must be formatted FAT32) or from a FAT32 partition on your hard drive. Remember that Legacy USB Support/Legacy USB Storage Detect needs to be enabled in the BIOS to flash from a USB stick. Also in some mobo's/BIOS's you need to have the drive connected before powering on/rebooting to enter QFlash or it's not detected. Not always, but sometimes depending on model.

    Fore safety reasons make sure you aren't at risk of loosing power in the middle of a flash. For instance if in certain parts of the US and you get electrical storms, wait until the weather subsides. I have a dodgy kettle that soimetimes trips the main breaker when switched on. As I have others in my household, I remove the kettle lead and take it with me while I flash the BIOS so I don't get an unexpected power off. Happened while flashing an ATI X800GT once and I had to blind flash to get it working again.

    Make sure you have the BIOS for your exact model and revision of board and flash away. If you make a mistake and try using the wrong BIOS then QFlash will know and won't let you flash. You'll be fine.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    have a feeling that 1.4v qpi is high already. no probs with hw except usb keyboard with other bioses.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by limons View Post
    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.
    you need to update fash this one on

    http://www.fileden.com/files/2008/7/...X58UD5.F8f.zip

    i had the same problem but its gone now

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    Quote Originally Posted by GHz View Post
    seems to be working for morph too :)
    I'm hopeful as well. The only issue I have with moded Bios, what to do when Gigabyte comes out with there next version?

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by hun73rdk View Post
    you need to update fash this one on

    http://www.fileden.com/files/2008/7/...X58UD5.F8f.zip

    i had the same problem but its gone now
    Thank you for the replies! But should I wait for final F8 bios, or is it safe to update to beta bios? The newest official bios version available on Gigabyte website is F7.

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    i have no problem other than the main core temp is displayed to low

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    There is no main core temp that the BIOS displays. The temp in the BIOS is from a sensor in a different location. This in general can be ignored. You may want to investigate if the temperature is very high, but other than that the only temps worth bothering with are actual DTS sensor temps derived from distance to TJMax.

    To see those temps, as you may know, you need a piece of software such as RealTemp or CoreTemp, and if possible (ie if your sensors aren't stuck at idle like mine are) you should calibrate the readings before trusting their accuracy.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Has anyone played with the back to back timings yet? Seen any gains?

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    Someone told me that if you press Ctrl+F1 in BIOS it unlocks features. Any truth to this?

    FYI, I am using F10b for EP45-UD3P Rev 1.1.
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