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    Quote Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
    People from OCN are reporting that the F10e is FAIL and F10b is the most stable as of now. But I never heard anything about F10f, so what is the verdict on this latest revision?
    Like I typed earlier I am using it....10f with no issues.
    And I am pretty well overclocked and all usb bios stuff enabled as well.
    BUT as soon as I type that 10f is okay someone else may not like 10f
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    With F10f I found initially that it destabilized my Over Clock. To regain stability it was a case of further reducing MCH Ref voltage. After that things were fine, and I've been using it since release with only that one issue.
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    I just updated F3 to F5 for GA-P55-UD4P from USB drive.

    I notice that the "Advanced Voltage Setting" menu is now very slow and finicky. The rest of BIOS works fine. It's especially slow on default. After setting my RAM voltage, it's a bit better.

    Is this a concern? Thanks!

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    Anybody happen to know if the listed F8g for the EX58-UD3R is the same as the previous F8g JO . I know JO disables EIST and C1E, just wondering if these are the same and what changes have been made. After looking in the previous beta bios, the JO version is still listed . Thanks all and thanks to Stasio !
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by cheeseshredder View Post
    I just updated F3 to F5 for GA-P55-UD4P from USB drive.

    I notice that the "Advanced Voltage Setting" menu is now very slow and finicky. The rest of BIOS works fine. It's especially slow on default. After setting my RAM voltage, it's a bit better.

    Is this a concern? Thanks!

    I would not be concerned if things are working properly now that you have adjusted your settings. That is what you meant correct, it works right now that you set your voltages?

    Quote Originally Posted by dbee View Post
    Anybody happen to know if the listed F8g for the EX58-UD3R is the same as the previous F8g JO . I know JO disables EIST and C1E, just wondering if these are the same and what changes have been made. After looking in the previous beta bios, the JO version is still listed . Thanks all and thanks to Stasio !
    It is not the same, the JO version will be in the previous beta BIOS Link, you can always check there.

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    Updated with new BIOS:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    I would not be concerned if things are working properly now that you have adjusted your settings. That is what you meant correct, it works right now that you set your voltages?
    Well it's better but not 100%.

    At unset voltages, the page hangs and I can barely navigate to change any parameters.

    Once set, I can scroll through each setting, but there is still a noticeable "lag" compared to the other menus.

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    Did this occur with this same memory in older BIOS or not? If not, I will send in a report this week about it.

    If you feel it is just this BIOS and not older ones, when replying please post your memory model or link and full specs so I can include that in my email to Gigabyte so the Engineers can best look into it.

    If you do need some help with your settings, or are unsure if you do, please make a new thread with your full specs, the issue, and your full settings (Template in my signature)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Did this occur with this same memory in older BIOS or not? If not, I will send in a report this week about it.

    If you feel it is just this BIOS and not older ones, when replying please post your memory model or link and full specs so I can include that in my email to Gigabyte so the Engineers can best look into it.

    If you do need some help with your settings, or are unsure if you do, please make a new thread with your full specs, the issue, and your full settings (Template in my signature)
    This did not occur in F3. I am using 4GB in dual channel of these but in 1333 (since 1600 is unstable):OCZ Technology | Products | Memory | OCZ PC3-12800 Obsidian 6GB Triple Channel Kit

    The reason why I flashed the BIOS in the first place was due to another issue however, I will create a new thread with your template outlining the problem.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    OK, I will send in a report this week and let them know of the issue. Hopefully they will correct it in a future BIOS.

    In your new thread, let me know if you want settings for 1333 or 1600Mhz as well.

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