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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Hi, this is my first post, i have always found this forum so full of information, mostly about overclock...

    I just have a situation here... when i try to use the f9 version for the EP45 UD3L mobo it says that the file does not support 64 bits versions, and i use W7 64 ultimate... i tried getting it from the website also but did not work either, same thing happened..


    How can i find a file that works for me?


    Thanks a lot!

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    I tried F4 bios for X58A-UD7, but still cant get my memory set to 2ghz without seing only 4gb of ram. Is there some special setting i forget to set or so?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lonelobo View Post
    I tried F4 bios for X58A-UD7, but still cant get my memory set to 2ghz without seing only 4gb of ram. Is there some special setting i forget to set or so?
    and you have 3x2 GB installed don`t you?

    try increasing QPI/VTT and/or DRAM voltage, just play around with them until 6GB are postet correctly, but pay attention to not increase too much or your cpu will die sooner or later. with 2000mhz on ddr, the uncore must be at =>4ghz, thats pretty challenging the new i7`s mem controller...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxMax View Post
    and you have 3x2 GB installed don`t you?

    try increasing QPI/VTT and/or DRAM voltage, just play around with them until 6GB are postet correctly, but pay attention to not increase too much or your cpu will die sooner or later. with 2000mhz on ddr, the uncore must be at =>4ghz, thats pretty challenging the new i7`s mem controller...
    I have 2 sets of 3x2gb installed, played around with the settings, but only at 1600mhz DDR speed the bios sees the full 12gb. If i go to 18xx mhz it only sees 8gb, everything above the 1900mhz it only sees 4gb. I thought that using xmp profiles it configures everything in the bios so that i should work ?

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    okey, 12GB are pushing the i7 memory controller really hard! especially if you overclock (bear in mind that usually all i7 are only rated for a mem frequency of 1066mhz, only Xtreme editions have 1333, and you are asking 2000 with 12GB from it!)

    forget about XMP profiles, deactivate this function and set all timings manually. no memory manufacture can know or set the needed voltages what your i7 needs to work with 12GB via a XMP profile. sometimes it helps work of the mem controller of the i7 to increase latencies, e.g. i have mem rated 4x2GB 7-8-7-24@1600 from manufacturer and set so in xmp profile, but my i7 does not recognize them probably (or only 4GB as yours does) with these timings, but when i set it manually 7-9-7-24@1600 it works perfect, even up to ddr2000 frequency, with these 7-9-7-24!

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by GiggaByte View Post
    F10h was reporting incorrect CPU temps from the start. Don't compare bioses with one using standard vcore and the other using dynamic vcore.. compare both using standard vcore that means disable DVID on F10 final.
    F11 with DVID (+0.08125) uses 220W idle, CPU temps 34-39
    F11 w/o DVID uses 230W idle, CPU temps 35-40
    F10h with 1.225V in BiOS uses 205W idle, CPU temps 33-38

    F11 power usage at idle is fairly constant @220W or 230W, while F10h seems to move between 202W to 217W, but mostly hovers around 205W.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Can anyone advice which version of BIOS is most stable for GA-EP45-UD3P Ver.1.1? Thanks you~
    PS, I'm using E8400 & 4G RAM and OCing to 4G.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Anyone have a chance to test out the F10 bios for the Gigabyte EX58-UD5 v1.0 motherboard?

    Also, does anyone else have issues with repeated C1 state on startup with this motherboard?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geekabyte View Post
    Can anyone advice which version of BIOS is most stable for GA-EP45-UD3P Ver.1.1? Thanks you~
    PS, I'm using E8400 & 4G RAM and OCing to 4G.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    please elaborate "enhanced memory capability"

    my ram just goes worse with the final bios

    ud3r 1.6 FG

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