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    Agreed with the S3 issue. I don't usually use it, but have recently done a re-install of |Win 7 RC. OFC on a fresh install the default powr options allow the computer to go into standby (S3 in my case). Upon conducting an action to resume the PC, the machine will just boot loop. The only way to get the PC to switch on is cut AC power for ~10 seconds then try and boot. After a single power back down when pressing the power button, the PC boots.

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    Updated with new beta BIOS:

    GA-EX58-UD4P - F10h
    GA-EX58-UD3R - F8g
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    Updated with new beta BIOS:

    GA-EX58-UD4P - F10h
    GA-EX58-UD3R - F8g
    GA-EX58-UD3R (1.6) - FD7
    GA-EP45-DS5 - F13b
    What is new?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nhawk View Post
    What is new?
    I notice that with GA-EX58-UD4P - F10h, my "MCH" temp is reported as ~4 degrees higher than it was with the F10d BIOS (the System and CPU temps are reported the same).

    Is this a "fix" or a regression? "Giggabyte" keeps posting that CPU temp is broken (but this change isn't related to CPU temp).

    My current temps are: System-36C; CPU-44C and MCH-51C (whereas MCH had been 47-48C with F10d).

    Also, the F10h BIOS appears with a "JO" designation after it. What does that mean?
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    Guys,I get this beta BIOS from another source.
    As I don't have EX58,I can't check.
    Sorry.....
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    About how often are new final BIOS released for NEW boards (like P55 boards) I am just wondering is it's weeks, months, or what. What is the "average"
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    Quote Originally Posted by nate42nd View Post
    About how often are new final BIOS released for NEW boards (like P55 boards) I am just wondering is it's weeks, months, or what. What is the "average"
    There is no "average",every week GBT release new(beta) BIOS for INTEL and AMD boards.
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    Thanks stasio, I have the Gigabyte RSS feed so I will check back here and look for it on the feed. Thanks for the reply.
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    GA-EX58-UD4P - F10h also allows you to set the CPU Clock Ratio at 21x (up from a maximum of 20x for those of us who have i7-920 chips).

    Am not yet sure how this might affect the O/C options.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by Squeeky View Post
    I notice that with GA-EX58-UD4P - F10h, my "MCH" temp is reported as ~4 degrees higher than it was with the F10d BIOS (the System and CPU temps are reported the same).

    Is this a "fix" or a regression? "Giggabyte" keeps posting that CPU temp is broken (but this change isn't related to CPU temp).

    My current temps are: System-36C; CPU-44C and MCH-51C (whereas MCH had been 47-48C with F10d).

    Also, the F10h BIOS appears with a "JO" designation after it. What does that mean?
    F10h fixed the CPU temp issue for me, my MCH temps are the same as with any bios.. weird.


    @Stasio Can you give us this source you get the beta bios from? Maybe they'll listen to me and add more CPU PLL selections

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