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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

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    Ok updated to F6b for UD9.

    Will try to explain best i can, prob confuse myself

    i have a m4ssd 512 on port 6 master and a 256g c300 on port 7.

    after updating to F6b bios, the old problem came back.... Neither ssd recognised.... grrr here we go.

    Then connected boot ssd to standard ide controller, voila recognised both ssds after that.

    Then reflashed back to F5,,,, connected boot ssd back to port 6 marvel as usual.

    Then all is working again.

    So F6b brings back the old issues of the F5 beta bioses, but a little different.

    If any one else (Lonelobo etc) tries it, prepare for this issue again, i dont expect you to try it, but just wanna make sure its back for you also.

    I think im gonna stick with F5 final for a while now as this is working correctly for my setup.

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    tnx for the forning, was going to try the new beta in the weekend :(

    btw: Can someone make a modded version of that new beta bios for UD9 (with newest intel/lan rom) then i whill test it for sure ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    So you have been in touch directly with Gigabyte support GTTS? If not please start a ticket here, and ask them specifically to have the BIOS engineers to test your exact board model with that same CPU and the BIOSes in question to see if they can replicate the results.
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    Yea, I did start a ticket and was told the same thing as in their "official" forum and pretty much everywhere else I looked for help.



    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    In your thread at the UK forum, you mention a 6750 CPU, but it wasn't clear if you tried to update the BIOS to the latest using that CPU. So sorry to ask again if you meant you already have done that by your above comment, but have you tried that yet?
    Yes, I flashed to the F12 bios with the 6750 first (and F11 later on), and both had the same infinite reboot loop problem. All other bioses (F6, F7, F8, F9 and F10) work(ed) fine.

    The Q8400 works alright, it's just that the mobo doesn't recognize it but a random 2.66ghz cpu. The OS sees it as a P3 Xeon and CPU-Z recognizes it right, but the SSE4.1 support is missing.

    Last edited by kira1985; 07-07-2011 at 06:38 AM.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Try this:
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    Try this:
    GA-P35-DS3P - F13a
    as latest is:
    GA-P35-DS3P - F13b
    Tried that F13b before, didn't work either. Gonna give that 13a a shot, but my guess is it will fail like the F11 and F12.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by Pablo View Post
    Ok updated to F6b for UD9.

    Will try to explain best i can, prob confuse myself

    i have a m4ssd 512 on port 6 master and a 256g c300 on port 7.

    after updating to F6b bios, the old problem came back.... Neither ssd recognised.... grrr here we go.

    Then connected boot ssd to standard ide controller, voila recognised both ssds after that.

    Then reflashed back to F5,,,, connected boot ssd back to port 6 marvel as usual.

    Then all is working again.

    So F6b brings back the old issues of the F5 beta bioses, but a little different.

    If any one else (Lonelobo etc) tries it, prepare for this issue again, i dont expect you to try it, but just wanna make sure its back for you also.

    I think im gonna stick with F5 final for a while now as this is working correctly for my setup.
    Sorry to hear man! So maybe stick with the fixed BIOS they sent for you guys, is there any reason not to?

    Did you force the Marvell firmware update? If not try it again and do that and see if it helps, if not you should be able to flash back the older working one and force that working firmware in, then flash the new one again and set the firmware setting to onchip so it leaves the old firmware in there that you know works.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lonelobo View Post
    tnx for the forning, was going to try the new beta in the weekend :(

    btw: Can someone make a modded version of that new beta bios for UD9 (with newest intel/lan rom) then i whill test it for sure ^^
    I could do that, but I think it would for sure not work cause remember I tried that for you guys on the older BIOSes and it didn't help.

    If you want it modified though send me a PM, but as I mention that mod wont help any on this detection issue.

    Quote Originally Posted by kira1985 View Post
    Yea, I did start a ticket and was told the same thing as in their "official" forum and pretty much everywhere else I looked for help.





    Yes, I flashed to the F12 bios with the 6750 first (and F11 later on), and both had the same infinite reboot loop problem. All other bioses (F6, F7, F8, F9 and F10) work(ed) fine.

    The Q8400 works alright, it's just that the mobo doesn't recognize it but a random 2.66ghz cpu. The OS sees it as a P3 Xeon and CPU-Z recognizes it right, but the SSE4.1 support is missing.

    Can you give me your support ticket # from the above, I'll see if I can ask them to directly test flashing this board with a Q8400 and or 6750 CPU to these new BIOSes.

    Also, do you have a thread here, or just the comments and replies in this thread?

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by KURTZ View Post
    hey guys what about the 1333Mhz limitation onto the Z68x mainboards? i think you may know that if we set 1600Mhz (and over) in the DRAM settings it blocks the turbo boost @ x35 in windows ... is there any bios that fix this issue?

    i own a Z68 UD7.
    news for this issue?

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