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    Default Re: Gigabyte latest bios

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Well now you have been told what the issue may be, the PSU. Have you tested another yet?
    Yes I now know what the issue is because I figured it out after a couple of days of going over everything. I did have a Silverstone 650W PSU spare that I tested but the board wouldn't even power up when using that (which I found strange).

    I just went out and purchased a 1500W Toughpower today as I needed a backup PSU so I will try that tomorrow. If the board works fine with the 1500W PSU then I will know the 1200W and the 650W had issues with the board even though they are fine with other systems. If the board has issues with the 1500W then I'll know this particular board is broblamatic and get it replaced.

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    Ya, that sounds like a great assumption! If it does not work with your new PSU then it is very likely to be a faulty board

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    This is the worst board/bios i have ever come across. I'm going to have to get it replaced because after I flashed it to the latest bios, the board will no longer detect ANY ram. I spent 70 on replacement ram that i didn't need to because of this piece of crap. There is no way of force flashing it back to an old bios at any time during early post. All i get is beeps! I'm using a 1200w power supply and have tested with a 580w but no good. Same problem with 1333mhz ram that is on compatible memory list as the 1600mhz ram.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowdog View Post
    Yes I now know what the issue is because I figured it out after a couple of days of going over everything. I did have a Silverstone 650W PSU spare that I tested but the board wouldn't even power up when using that (which I found strange).

    I just went out and purchased a 1500W Toughpower today as I needed a backup PSU so I will try that tomorrow. If the board works fine with the 1500W PSU then I will know the 1200W and the 650W had issues with the board even though they are fine with other systems. If the board has issues with the 1500W then I'll know this particular board is broblamatic and get it replaced.

    I can confirm for you that the TT 1500W Toughpower runs fine with the UD5, i have it running from the beginning here no probs :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco123 View Post
    I can confirm for you that the TT 1500W Toughpower runs fine with the UD5, i have it running from the beginning here no probs :D

    Just tried my TT 1500W with my X58 Extreme and the board now is powering on as it should. Problem solved, there was and issue with my previous PSU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowdog View Post
    Just tried my TT 1500W with my X58 Extreme and the board now is powering on as it should. Problem solved, there was and issue with my previous PSU.
    I'm using the TT 1200w with no problems ^^. (knock's on wood..)
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    Default Re: Gigabyte latest bios

    With my X58-UD5, I cannot install windows. That's not the worst problem I have with this board, because I use Linux for everything, the only reason why I'd like to install windows is to play some video games. My worst problem is still the endless cycles of power down/up the system goes into if I reboot from Linux, instead of powering-off. Anyway, at the beginning I could install windows, so I guess it's a problem due to some changes in the "bios/bios settings". I'm currently using bios 4r, which with Linux is at least not worse than previous ones and maybe better(but Linux is known for working around many bios problems, so that doesn't tell much). What could it be the reason why I can't install windows vista ultimate 64 bit? It says that it doesn't see any volume which meets the required characteristics for installation, even though it can clearly see all my partitions and even canceling them and recreating and reformatting them doesn't change anything. I've set everything to AHCI, direct mode. Could that be the problem? Does windows have problems with that, or just with this particular ahci bios? I don't want to lower my system quality just to install that windows crap!

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    Default Re: Gigabyte latest bios

    So...like...when is gigabyte planning to release a real bios that actually works properly so that people dont have to flash there bios 600 times before they find a bios that works?

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    Default Re: Gigabyte latest bios

    I'm wanting to update my bios to 7a on my UD3P MB but I don't have the program to open it ,is it a RAR or what?
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