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    I have the same problem with pitch noise. As I could detect. It was from my PSU. I have changed PSU to another one(but same brand). And there is still the same problem. It occured after updating bios to F3. Noises also appeared at my old DVD-combo. The noise at PSU highly activating when I start listening to music or playing games. In your case it may come from fans. Because motherboard is intelligently hard made.
    Where I can download F2 for UD5? Want to make some search...

    Furay, please inform me if you still experience the same issue with the previous F2 Bios. I know F3 caused this too. But I always flash to the latest BIOS before I install any system. So, I have no idea if this problem actually exists due to the BIOS or if it is intrinsic to the motherboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Furay View Post
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    what PSU brand at your case?
    Please,this is BIOS thread,use PM for personal questions
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    Update:
    EX58-Extreme - BetaBIOS F4j
    EX58-UD5 - BetaBIOS F4k
    EX58-DS4 - BetaBIOS F4h

    Fix AHCI/IDE bug
    Fix tRAS Latency
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    Tested every bios in UD5 anda all off them have the droop from idle to load. I thought that Gigabyte have solved this becasue UD3P doesnt have any.

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    EX58-UD5-BIOS F4k
    This version does resolve the the AHCI boot bug when the secondary controller is disabled.

    Tested every bios in UD5 anda all off them have the droop from idle to load.
    Droop is actually according to Intel's spec. However, if you wish to change this you have to enable Load Line Calibration in the BIOS. This is usually only if you want to overclock. But according to some you always want this disabled, IIRC. I never ever overclock so you will need to do the research. Actually here, I will help you out: anandtech+load line calibration - Google Search

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    Just to let you know F4I for the Extreme blows. Totaly sucks. Reboots, Locks up at random. :( tried everything dropped to stock clocks and stock timings to stock voltage just random crashes and locks ups.

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    Yeah, random lockups in F4I for me as well.

    Back to F3 (again).

    Ps. Has anyone tried F4J?
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    Guys,

    I ordered new mobo GA-EP45-UD3R other day, I checked Gigabyte's website for official bios shows only F3 and F4 on the list.

    I wonder what did they fixes for F5 ? does it beta or official ?

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    F5 for GA-EP45-UD3R same as F7a for GA-EP45-UD3P (page 4)
    Info: OC Quad Test 450x8x2.40B und 500x8x2.00B...OK
    Ussually beta is with a,b,c,......etc and also official(beta) for most of boards on Gigabyte official site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C3D76 View Post
    Yeah, random lockups in F4I for me as well.

    Back to F3 (again).

    Ps. Has anyone tried F4J?
    I am using F4J, ok here. But, like all the F4's you have to either disable turbo, or significantly raise vcore, since apparently the TDP limit was disabled in all F4's bioses, hence turbo is active all the time, so instead of turbo it is essentially a +1 multiplier. If you are running F3 at 4ghz, turbo enabled 4.2 will run those 2 cores in turbo at the same vcore needed to make 4cores 4ghz stable, since less vdroop with 2 cores active and less vcore required. If you are running any F4 beta bios, 20x200 turbo enabled becomes 21 x 200 or 4200 ghz, so need to increase vcore for 4200 stable...on mine it is a significant jump in vcore in bios. Though you can turn turbo off and should be stable, turbo on should be very unstable with same vcore. I wish GB would allow us to see and turnon/off the TDP limit, I believe some early mobo reviewers had this ability on some mobos.

    Also make sure you have all mem timings, ie 8,8,8,24 on manual and mem voltage on manual ie 1.65v or whatever, as early bioses dont read default memory settings well.
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