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Thread: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS




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    1. Beta BIOS
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    Just tried the F10k BiOS and F10h seems to use less power:
    230Watt DVID enabled w/F10k BiOS
    240Watt DVID disabled w/F10k BiOS
    207Watt no DVID option w/F10h BiOS
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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesywizard View Post
    All intresting stuff. I have the Ex58 UD-5 mobo with the new F9m flashed and have the (DVID) option in the bios but it is greyed out and has a X to the left of so cannot make use of it, any idea's on how to get it to work ???

    Thanks
    In Order to have access to the DVID control you first have to change your Vcore setting to normal then you can set de desired value to DVID.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>
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    Sorry guys,I have been away for few days.
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    Does anybody else have problems about hard disk detection with F9M for EX58-UD5? I've had this problem with most of the bioses for this motherboard, but with F9E it seemed solved(or it was some kind of astral magical scheme that made it happen)! Now I'm back again in this hell where I can boot with Linux just because I can load a live distro from the cd and then kexec inside of my system on the hard disk. I can't boot any system directly(which means I can't boot Windows at all). At boot time, the bios seems to see the hard disk, when it shows that list of peripherals, but, for example, if I enter bios setup and go to "Standard CMOS Features", all the channels have "None" as value, where instead before(with F9E), I could see my drives. Is it a known problem or am I really the only one who's having it? UPDATE: Nevermind, I solved the problem. Somehow the BIOS had rearranged the boot sequence of my HDs, even if I had set it before. The first 2 drives(once resetted) were 2 USB drives and it seems that my boot-loader has problems booting them. I changed the sequence back to what I had previously set(to boot from my SATA HD) and now everything works fine.
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    I posted this over at xtremesystems, but I figure I would post it here to get more responses. (I should have stuck with the same forum name if you read multiple forums.)

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    Love the new DVID option on these new BIOS, but I ran into a problem where you could hear some electric buzzing coming from the motherboard when it's idling and when you run prime or something that forces full voltage it goes away. I think with the overclocks and at idle state the voltage may be a bit too low causing this problem. Maybe allowing us to set the idle vcore would be a good idea.

    Has anyone noticed this?

    My voltage settings for DVID enabled.
    CPU Vcore 1.19375 [Normal]
    DVID 0.08125
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by Booster View Post
    I posted this over at xtremesystems, but I figure I would post it here to get more responses. (I should have stuck with the same forum name if you read multiple forums.)

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    Love the new DVID option on these new BIOS, but I ran into a problem where you could hear some electric buzzing coming from the motherboard when it's idling and when you run prime or something that forces full voltage it goes away. I think with the overclocks and at idle state the voltage may be a bit too low causing this problem. Maybe allowing us to set the idle vcore would be a good idea.

    Has anyone noticed this?

    My voltage settings for DVID enabled.
    CPU Vcore 1.19375 [Normal]
    DVID 0.08125
    I get the same electrical noise also. Only happens on that bios with c1e enabled. The new feature is great but needs some work

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    I'm surprised people are so happy about DVID.
    If DVID resulted in lower temps and power usage vs the previous BiOS without it, I would be happy as well...but it does NOT.
    I'm not sure how the F10h BiOS uses less power and results in lower temps, but the DVID so far seems to be a step in the wrong direction (see my post above on power usage)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nhawk View Post
    I'm surprised people are so happy about DVID.
    If DVID resulted in lower temps and power usage vs the previous BiOS without it, I would be happy as well...but it does NOT.
    I'm not sure how the F10h BiOS uses less power and results in lower temps, but the DVID so far seems to be a step in the wrong direction (see my post above on power usage)
    It reduces my idle temperatures by around 7C, have you enabled EIST?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Homeless View Post
    I get the same electrical noise also. Only happens on that bios with c1e enabled. The new feature is great but needs some work
    Yeah, and if you disable C1E pretty much DVID is disabled too though. Glad to see I wasn't the only one with possibly hardware problems, I'm hoping more will notice/hear this sound too so Gigabyte knows a possible problem with this new option I much want to have.
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