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Thread: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS




  1. #2541
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Unless your Mobo or CPU work differently, DVID is better than DVID disabled, but older BiOS is even better (at least with UD4P & i7 920)
    My idle with DVID is about 40C, but older BiOS has 34C idle and of course power usage is the best indicator:
    207W older F10h BiOS (no DVID function)
    230W DVID enabled (F10k BiOS)
    240W DVID disabled (F10k BiOS)

    P.S. I have all power saving functions enabled...C1, C3/C4/C5/C6, EIST, etc...and mine resumes from S3 on older BiOS just fine (didn't test it on the newer one)

    Quote Originally Posted by d00d View Post
    It reduces my idle temperatures by around 7C (but breaks resume from S3 sleep), have you enabled EIST?
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    With GA-EX58-UD5 BIOS F9e and F9h my idle temperatures at 19 C ambient were 42-46 C and power usage ~180 W, and with F9m DVID 35-39 C and ~159 W.
    Last edited by d00d; 12-25-2009 at 01:50 AM.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    any chance we can get dynamic vcore settins on the p45 boards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Booster View Post
    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.
    Update with my problem solved with the help of euonline over at XS forums.

    Disable C1E
    Enable C3/C6/C7

    Now the electric sqeualing/buzzing will go away.
    If you are under Win7 or Vista and you changed your power management plan at some point, go and check if the processor power management is set at 5% minimum and 100% maximum in the advanced power options.

    Now DVID works! -3c on temps, not as much as others but hell I'm on water and it's even with my gpu idle temp now.
    Last edited by Booster; 12-23-2009 at 07:19 AM.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    I cant get my GA-X58A-UD7 to boot if a wireless keyboard is in use. It loops at boot, wont make it to the bios, just reboots. A ps2 works fine. Its a denovo edge logitech keyboard. Doesnt matter what BIOS is used.
    This happens since trying to install win7, clean install. Wont get past post bios. Plug the wireless in after install, keyboard works fine, leave the wireless keyboard in during rebbot, booting loops again.

    Also I still cant get the board to read the correct ram. The ram is Blade 2000hz C9. Its reading as 1066 and the cas is reading at 7-7-7-16 not 9-9-9-30

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    Last edited by ants; 12-23-2009 at 07:44 AM.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by Sunburn74 View Post
    any chance we can get dynamic vcore settins on the p45 boards?
    That would be great.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    I cant get my GA-X58A-UD7 to boot if a wireless keyboard is in use. It loops at boot, wont make it to the bios, just reboots. A ps2 works fine. Its a denovo edge logitech keyboard. Doesnt matter what BIOS is used.
    This happens since trying to install win7, clean install. Wont get past post bios. Plug the wireless in after install, keyboard works fine, leave the wireless keyboard in during rebbot, booting loops again.

    Also I still cant get the board to read the correct ram. The ram is Blade 2000hz C9. Its reading as 1066 and the cas is reading at 7-7-7-16 not 9-9-9-30

    GA-X58A-UD7
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    Not sure about your keyboard problem, but set the XMP profile for your ram

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    What I have found running an i5-750 in a P55M-UD2 is that when switching to auto Vcore and a dynamic adjustment, the system was not stable anymore at the previous fixed Vcore used. This may reflect that this system has been tuned to use the minimum Vcore possible to run Linpack (Linx using 6 gigs of memory) for 2 hours. With a 180x20 clock the 1.2125 Vcore in bios is quite low already.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by Booster View Post
    Update with my problem solved with the help of euonline over at XS forums.

    Disable C1E
    Enable C3/C6/C7

    Now the electric sqeualing/buzzing will go away.
    If you are under Win7 or Vista and you changed your power management plan at some point, go and check if the processor power management is set at 5% minimum and 100% maximum in the advanced power options.

    Now DVID works! -3c on temps, not as much as others but hell I'm on water and it's even with my gpu idle temp now.
    Regarding the squealing noise... I was getting it quite loud on my board when I was using a little 500W PSU. It would only happen when both the CPU and GPU were under load, no matter how much load I put on each one seperately. I have now upgraded to a corsair HX-850 and the squealing noise is still there but it's so quiet I have to put my head inside the case to hear it.

    I'll try enabling C3/C6/C7 and see how it goes.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    I think if it's under load it probably was the PSU, the squealing is pretty audible for myself with 140mm and 120mm fans spinning. Hope C3/C6/C7 gets rid of the squealing if you still hear it, not a good sound to hear.
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