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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    experienced restart loop "bug" with F3 bios on ud4-b3, a thought it was fixed with F3 ?!?!?!?

    thank you

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by dejan_bin_laden View Post
    experienced restart loop "bug" with F3 bios on ud4-b3, a thought it was fixed with F3 ?!?!?!?

    thank you
    My problems stopped when I got F3d! So I really don't know. Haven't tried the release version of that BIOS though!
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    New BIOS:

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    F5p bios on ud9, wont downclock my i7 930 to 1.6g, only goes down to 2.1 or so.

    Back to F4, downclock working again.

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    Pablo, did you have the same multiplier and turbo set on each test, and same OS power plan settings?

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    Just to let you know,
    I found that F3 final on UD5 seemed to be a bit more unstable than the previous F3 betas. Like, Windows would sometimes lock hard on shut down (and require holding the power button 5 seconds to turn off the computer) with F3 final, while on F3G (on UD5), I never saw this happen at all. (Didnt really test this on windows7--this was JUST on windows XP).

    Someone may want to pass that on to the GB engineers.

    ANOTHER hardware bug:

    On B2 versions of the UD5, the LLC1 overvolts by at least 0.05v (around 1.4v), and LLC2 is basically unusable and will crash the PC or degrade the CPU with .15+ overvolts. Crossflashing to B3 bios does NOT fix this (see C_N's post on xtremesystems), so there must be a hardware flaw with the B2 boards. The B3 UD5's do not do this; LLC1 and LLC2 (pre F3 final) perform stable and as expected.

    I suspect the excessive vdroop on the B2 UD4 and UD3 are similar. Crossflashing will help with boot loops but probably not with the vdroop/vrise problems. So, if in doubt, RMA the board!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
    Just to let you know,
    I found that F3 final on UD5 seemed to be a bit more unstable than the previous F3 betas. Like, Windows would sometimes lock hard on shut down (and require holding the power button 5 seconds to turn off the computer) with F3 final, while on F3G (on UD5), I never saw this happen at all. (Didnt really test this on windows7--this was JUST on windows XP).

    Someone may want to pass that on to the GB engineers.

    ANOTHER hardware bug:

    On B2 versions of the UD5, the LLC1 overvolts by at least 0.05v (around 1.4v), and LLC2 is basically unusable and will crash the PC or degrade the CPU with .15+ overvolts. Crossflashing to B3 bios does NOT fix this (see C_N's post on xtremesystems), so there must be a hardware flaw with the B2 boards. The B3 UD5's do not do this; LLC1 and LLC2 (pre F3 final) perform stable and as expected.

    I suspect the excessive vdroop on the B2 UD4 and UD3 are similar. Crossflashing will help with boot loops but probably not with the vdroop/vrise problems. So, if in doubt, RMA the board!


    GB Fix the vdroop

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    I have problem with my system, especially with onboard audio. Its like in slow motion and is struttling, so i finally get answer that there might be problem with PCI latency. that it is set to low.
    But in my GA-EX58-UD5 (v1.0) BIOS (f13j) there is no such setting....

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Hello.

    I have a few questions. I have P67A-UD4-B3 board and 2500K CPU. Problem is that after some time i am folding (~12H a day) when i go into every game there is strange stuttering, for example: usual i get 60FPS, but with this issue i heve some stuttering from 20 to 60 fps. Video card 460GTX. If I am restarting computer, than usualy it is not an issue, especialy if i am closing all aplications. Windows Win7 64bit, tryed with no OC and with OC. I have a feeling taht this is related to board or maybe HDD, have any ideas?

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by Syncmahv View Post
    I have problem with my system, especially with onboard audio. Its like in slow motion and is struttling, so i finally get answer that there might be problem with PCI latency. that it is set to low.
    But in my GA-EX58-UD5 (v1.0) BIOS (f13j) there is no such setting....

    What i need to do?
    On the MAIN page of the BIOS press Control + F1 and the screen will flash, then you should see a new section PCI/PnP and in there will be the PCI Latency Clk setting (Default is 32 I believe)

    Latest Realtek driver is here, in case this might also help
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    Quote Originally Posted by monstrs View Post
    Hello.

    I have a few questions. I have P67A-UD4-B3 board and 2500K CPU. Problem is that after some time i am folding (~12H a day) when i go into every game there is strange stuttering, for example: usual i get 60FPS, but with this issue i heve some stuttering from 20 to 60 fps. Video card 460GTX. If I am restarting computer, than usualy it is not an issue, especialy if i am closing all aplications. Windows Win7 64bit, tryed with no OC and with OC. I have a feeling taht this is related to board or maybe HDD, have any ideas?
    So does this only happen after the cards been folding all day? If so maybe it's the card itself or the drivers messing up under all that prolonged stress?

    Be sure you are using the latest BIOS too in case it's maybe a BIOS bug

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