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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Tried F6 BiOS on P67a-UD5 and it looks like the S3 sleep and multipliers are fixed (coming back from S3 sleep, mult. stays the same)
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Yeah but this BIOS is a skip until they bring back the CPU PLL overvoltage option.
    No one can get 5 ghz overclocks anymore now (unless they have the very rare chip that doesn't need it....)

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    i did testing on the UD7's LLC:
    LC report

    1.40 set
    Standard IDLE 1.398 DMM/ CPU-Z 1.404
    Standard LOAD 1.302 DMM/CPU-Z 1.296

    Level 1 IDLE 1.405 DMM/ CPU-Z=1.404
    Level 1 LOAD 1.381 DMM/ CPU-Z=1.368


    Level 2 IDLE 1.431 Measured/ CPU-Z 1.428
    Level 2 LOAD 1.468 Digital Multi Meter(measured)/ CPU-Z 1.452


    Please let this show you that CPU-Z incorrectly reports load vcore as i tested with a real measurement tool, not software. This is with F7 BIOS, i can try previous BIOS, or you can check out my review with BIOS F5, it has the same type of measurements.

    I have a D1 stepping chip i can do 5.2ghz CPu pLL Overvoltage never helped D1 stepping chips.

    FYI F6X has CPU pLL Overvotlage, F6 did not, F6 was final revision of F6X same deal.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Is there gona be a modded driver for the X58A-UD9 with the new Realtek PXE ROM 2.39 & latest Intel raid rom & JMicron sata 3 rom?
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    So no llc overvoltage on f6 for ud3p?? So they make an "official" bios, yet they take pll overvoltage away!?!? WTH

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    Quote Originally Posted by sin0822 View Post
    i did testing on the UD7's LLC:
    LC report

    1.40 set
    Standard IDLE 1.398 DMM/ CPU-Z 1.404
    Standard LOAD 1.302 DMM/CPU-Z 1.296

    Level 1 IDLE 1.405 DMM/ CPU-Z=1.404
    Level 1 LOAD 1.381 DMM/ CPU-Z=1.368


    Level 2 IDLE 1.431 Measured/ CPU-Z 1.428
    Level 2 LOAD 1.468 Digital Multi Meter(measured)/ CPU-Z 1.452


    Please let this show you that CPU-Z incorrectly reports load vcore as i tested with a real measurement tool, not software. This is with F7 BIOS, i can try previous BIOS, or you can check out my review with BIOS F5, it has the same type of measurements.

    I have a D1 stepping chip i can do 5.2ghz CPu pLL Overvoltage never helped D1 stepping chips.

    FYI F6X has CPU pLL Overvotlage, F6 did not, F6 was final revision of F6X same deal.
    Ok, but what does the boards utility say your voltages were compared to what they actually were? Can you do a quick test of that?

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by jonesy i7 View Post
    So no llc overvoltage on f6 for ud3p?? So they make an "official" bios, yet they take pll overvoltage away!?!? WTH
    Noticed that to. Went back to F6a. Crap GB
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    Just start to test GA-P67A-UD7 - F7f BIOS with CPU PLL overvoltage option,dated 26.Jan(just before F7).
    Supose to enhance memory performance.
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    Awesome. Please report back. I need memory improvement for my P67A-UD5. Mobo would not boot up with anything but 1333mhz properly. For evetything else it needs to log in bios twice to get it started. :(

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    I have the H67A-UD3H and have been trying to troubleshoot random crashes (details below). But first, a question:

    I just tried the recently posted F9 bios for this board. Seems ok so far, but interestingly the Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) option is gone in the Memory Voltage section. Where did it go?? I put in my timings manually, so no big deal, but did this happen to anyone else? Is there a changelog for F9 anywhere?

    Getting back to my problem:
    I've been having random freezes in Windows 7 x64 (wacky flashy scrambled screen, no BSOD, very strange). It happens once or twice a day on average. Happens whether I'm using the computer or not. I've tried everything. Anyone else having this issue?

    Latest attempt at isolating the problem:
    -Moved my RAM from white slots to blue. RAM is Gskill F3-10666CL7D-8GBRH by the way. 2x4GB.
    -Swapped out my Logitech MX1000 mouse for a MS mouse (read somewhere that Gigabyte boards have trouble with Logitech mice)
    -Installed F9 BIOS

    Other notes: using built in graphics on i5-2500K. CPU and system temps are nice and cool though the h67 chip's heatsink is a bit hot. Is that normal?

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