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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    How about the new EasyTune, will this be supported by our Z77 motherboards?



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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by arrow0309 View Post
    How about the new EasyTune, will this be supported by our Z77 motherboards?
    I do hope so - at least their current ET6 App can be used with most of their current and even quite old boards (just looked and even P45 Sockel775 are still supported!).

    In fact that's one thing I really like about GA boards, because even older boards can use the unified ET6. I wish to believe that the new Easytune will also be available for most boards (at least z77, x79 should be )

    Can we get an answer from somebody who knows @gigabyte?

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arrow0309 View Post
    How about the new EasyTune, will this be supported by our Z77 motherboards?



    Definitely nice to have, but not a must for me :)

    Btw, the F15R for Z77X-UD5H has kinda fixed voltage at 1.320v (load) when set to auto.
    No matter any of the auto voltage setting, it locks into 1.320v when loaded. It will decrease but when loaded again, no matter how auto i set the BIOS, it will bump into 1.320v. I flashed back to F15 and all is normal now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsxr View Post
    how about they fix the 77 first "fast boot" and also pci card roms 9230 only works with f12 upwards but fast boot dont work so no usb bluetooth @ post
    not exactly rocket science as usb bluetooth worked on f11 without any "fast boot"

    Yes really... still no FINAL RELEASE ? WHAT THE HELL IS GB DOING? Still beta? Are they kidding ? Lots of bugs still no fixed..
    P.S. Hope new look will come also on Z77 motherboards..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CageJ View Post
    Yes really... still no FINAL RELEASE ? WHAT THE HELL IS GB DOING? Still beta? Are they kidding ? Lots of bugs still no fixed..
    P.S. Hope new look will come also on Z77 motherboards..
    Problem with occasional flicker on UD5H with HD4000 is still not fixed (old Memory Reference Code - Intel HD 4000 Graphics (i7-3770K) occasional flicker )
    :(

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by CageJ View Post
    Yes really... still no FINAL RELEASE ? WHAT THE HELL IS GB DOING? Still beta? Are they kidding ? Lots of bugs still no fixed..
    P.S. Hope new look will come also on Z77 motherboards..
    well, to be honest I don't think it makes much of a difference whether a BIOS is called beta or final, what matters is that bugs are getting adressed over time.

    I am thankful that Gigabyte provides those beta bios files, the main contenders in the mainboard game don't...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ole9 View Post
    Problem with occasional flicker on UD5H with HD4000 is still not fixed (old Memory Reference Code - Intel HD 4000 Graphics (i7-3770K) occasional flicker )
    :(
    I have the same problem with my UD4H with HD4000.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    What happened to F12 for the Z77X-UP5 TH?

    The Gigabyte site still shows F12e for the latest and you have F13a available here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albertini View Post
    well, to be honest I don't think it makes much of a difference whether a BIOS is called beta or final, what matters is that bugs are getting adressed over time.

    I am thankful that Gigabyte provides those beta bios files, the main contenders in the mainboard game don't...
    Over time?
    The last update for the UD5H was 15q on Jan 7th- and that was beta. 5 months is an awful lot of time given the number of issues.

    Never was able to get ET6 to work right on Win8.
    Network issues
    Issues above 16GB RAM
    Issues over assigning over 1GB to video.
    Issues with USB & USB 3.0

    Running this MB with Win8 since December and I'm really disappointed in the amount of time it's taking GB to address any of the known issues. I think the folks at Gigabyte have all but abandoned this board.
    Last edited by 21hudson; 05-10-2013 at 01:57 AM.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by 21hudson View Post
    Over time?
    The last update for the UD5H was 15q on Jan 7th- and that was beta. 5 months is an awful lot of time given the number of issues.
    You are right when you say UD5H 15q had (a lot of) issues. You are, by the way, lucky if you got it to start your operating system.

    Stasio made GA-Z77X-UD5H - F15r available for us in February. You may want to evaluate it, as it is much more stable than 15q.

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