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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    F5v
    - Mouse finally running smoothly
    -BIOS hangs when I try to set a higher vring than 1.25 at 1.308v
    -several times he did not want to switch settings from 2T to 1T (3T and then I had to 1T)
    How far behind.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Why you need Vring more then 1.25?
    Various settings I always doing in BIOS normal mode.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    So, on a different note: is it me, or is it really odd the Gigabyte hasn't released a new bios for the g1.Asssassin2 X79 motherboard, but the beta BIOS has been out for 8 months?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gbmaryland View Post
    So, on a different note: is it me, or is it really odd the Gigabyte hasn't released a new bios for the g1.Asssassin2 X79 motherboard, but the beta BIOS has been out for 8 months?
    They just released the X79-UD3 F12 BIOS with nothing added since the previous 8 months old Beta.
    So expect them doing the same to all X79 BIOSes now. It's a shame and a silly pathetic joke.
    There was a time when Gigabyte was a top-notch if not the best OEM on the market providing excellent BIOS support to their motherboards. Now it clearly is no more, the boards are unstable and full of serious critical bugs that they don't care fixing at all. And as an OEM for Intel chipset and technology they don't even bother releasing the updates Intel gives them just like they give to all other OEMs.
    Gigabyte doesn't care about its customers anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EvgeniX View Post
    stasio still no news/update? we need it to fix for our hackintosh!!
    u need just to add firewire driver to drivers64UEFI.
    It will stop spamming console but this dont work after wake from sleep soo its not perfect solution.Attachment 6007

    maybe if Stasio can add this driver to bios ?

    i am willing to try modded bios with this driver added for Z77X-UD5H rev 1.0

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    I have the z68x-ud4-b3 running the U1E bios, and I can't seam to play MP3's. It really odd because when I go back to F10 they work. I've never experienced an issue like this, it really strange, I would suspect it was software but if its working under F10 and not in U1E. Is there anyways this is bios/hardware related?

    I can play sound through my browser and the Windows system sounds work under U1E, but wont play MP3 either in WMP 12 or VLC. Is this a known bug? Is there a work around?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zerowing View Post
    They just released the X79-UD3 F12 BIOS with nothing added since the previous 8 months old Beta.
    So expect them doing the same to all X79 BIOSes now. It's a shame and a silly pathetic joke.
    There was a time when Gigabyte was a top-notch if not the best OEM on the market providing excellent BIOS support to their motherboards. Now it clearly is no more, the boards are unstable and full of serious critical bugs that they don't care fixing at all. And as an OEM for Intel chipset and technology they don't even bother releasing the updates Intel gives them just like they give to all other OEMs.
    Gigabyte doesn't care about its customers anymore.
    I'm in the same boat of released then ignored items. I have the Z77-UD4H & HD4 boards, and there have been a few BETA BIOS versions since release, but there has yet to be an actual real stable version rolling up all the fixes, etc. This making me more inclined to go with another manufacturer now.

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    Question Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    Update with new BIOS:

    GA-Z77X-UD5H - F16c

    - Improve system compatibility
    - Apr-Jun 13
    Anyone experienced problems with Vcore settings not working with fast boot enabled?

    I have a rev 1.0 UD5H and an i5-3570k. Running at 4.3Ghz with CPU Vcore Normal & -0.010v offset, I get 1.25v under load with fast boot disabled. With fast boot enabled I get 1.27v under load!

    Even stock auto settings for the CPU. fast boot disabled= 1.14v under load, fast boot enabled= 1.27v under load.

    After enabling fast boot and saving the bios, the first boot up does not affect the Vcore settings I have set. However subsequent boots result with the issue above.


    Also noticed that whether fast boot is enabled or disabled I still get sub 10 second cold boots to the Windows login screen.


    Currently running 16c Mod4 bios but did see the same with the standard 16c bios. Wondering if it's a bug others have experienced or if it's something particular with my system configuration..?

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    Are you using UEFI/GPT boot with fast boot? If not i don't think FB is worth the trouble. If you have a chunk of patience you could convert to uefi boot or you could just do a quick fresh install for testing on an external drive.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Thanks, yes it's setup using UEFI/GPT boot. Also have UEFI / GOP enabled bios installed on the GTX 660, so I've disabled CSM support.

    Disabling fast boot still means it boots from switch on to login in about 8 seconds.


    It's just the Vcore issue when fast boot is enabled and no real change in cold boot speeds whether it's enabled on not.
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