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    why? just becouse it can be done! :)
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    So, hey now. Are you now able to access and flash back and forth between both BIOS's from within the BIOS on the Dual BIOS/Qflash page?

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    have not tryed enny other flash util other than spiflash in dos.
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    @ LSD
    thanks for the QPI PLL info
    I knew it somehow related to RAM/UNCORE speed

    EVGA's 1.3v QPI PLL, yes ur right, that was an overclocked mobo (200Bclk) and the QPI PLL was on AUTO, so it must've raised QPI PLL voltage (from stock volt) due to overclocking
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    today i had again the 0x000000F4 BSOD after cold booting my machine.

    after that, on the next boot (either reseting or switching off and on) the raid array is NOT detected, and then, after another reset, it works again.

    i hadnt seen this with 6b bios, so i can asume (but i am not certain) that something in 6c bios causes it ?

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Does the latest UD3P beta bios fix the 16GB RAM stability/corruption problems?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reo View Post
    Did the Ud5 to Extreeme flash yesterday! works so far... :)
    REO,
    Very NICE in deeed

    How did u do it? program?(link pleese) What bios did u use?

    -Do you think that the bios for the extreme is maybe more advanced?
    -Can u lower the vcore in OC?
    - S3 works?
    Last edited by euonline; 03-26-2009 at 06:37 AM.
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    Thank you! UD3P F9b works great

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcocchiararo View Post
    today i had again the 0x000000F4 BSOD after cold booting my machine.

    after that, on the next boot (either reseting or switching off and on) the raid array is NOT detected, and then, after another reset, it works again.

    i hadnt seen this with 6b bios, so i can asume (but i am not certain) that something in 6c bios causes it ?
    So, maybe you should go back to F6b until the next Beta comes along. Have you already? Just thought I would remind you if you had not thought of that, ya never know who thinks what sometimes.

    It could also be related to your settings, have you messed with them much? I say this because not always (Generally) are all prevous settings going to be stable in newer BIOS's, more or less of something may be needed in a newer BIOS than previous for stability.

    Thanks for reporting though for sure!

    Quote Originally Posted by pfak View Post
    Does the latest UD3P beta bios fix the 16GB RAM stability/corruption problems?
    I have not heard anything on this, are you in contact with anyone there? I just thought maybe so from the thread you had on it here and at Corsair. If you are in contact with someone at Gigabyte, let me know who it is and if I speak with them already I could ask myself if any progress has been made.

    Quote Originally Posted by euonline View Post
    REO,
    Very NICE in deeed

    How did u do it? program?(link pleese) What bios did u use?

    -Do you think that the bios for the extreme is maybe more advanced?
    -Can u lower the vcore in OC?
    - S3 works?
    Method is here (Crossflashing is not recommended by Me or Gigbabyte in any way, and will VOID Your warranty)

    Gigabyte Section
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/flas...ncluded-31176/

    Motherboard section
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f19/flas...ncluded-31177/

    S3 resume works in the Extreme and UD4P latest beta's, but I do not advise a crossflash just to be able to use Resume. They will get it working in all the BIOS's soon I am sure.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by rcocchiararo View Post
    today i had again the 0x000000F4 BSOD after cold booting my machine.

    after that, on the next boot (either reseting or switching off and on) the raid array is NOT detected, and then, after another reset, it works again.

    i hadnt seen this with 6b bios, so i can asume (but i am not certain) that something in 6c bios causes it ?
    this is a safety feature of windows or intel when you get a BSOD windows will put the S-ATA drives into power-off mode and resetting the pc wont turn them back on (thats why they dont detect), you need to power off for 10-15 seconds to get them to re-power up (although you should wait at least 30 seconds whenever you power off the system so everything can spindown). this isnt a gigabyte feature i have other systems do this also, its for data/array protection. if the system is still writing to the hdd when the system bsod it can send corrupted data and possible make the array fail or data corruption so it sends signal to power them off, this might actually be built into the Intel raid controller.
    Last edited by hyakki; 03-26-2009 at 02:03 PM.

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