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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by virtualfred View Post
    It's interesting cause i check F11 and F12j microcodes :

    ... and GB cleared a lot of Ácode in lastest F12j beta BIOS, Ácode 6A728 is in F11 but in F12j there is neither 28 nor 29 ! Strange cause your MIT Current Status shows you a Ácode 29 !
    See with AMIBCP 4.53 both bios files, both have all cpu code, mmtool can not see all cpu-codes, why, gigabyte make crap with this microcode modul, see modul with hex-editor...

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    bios modul with HEX-Editor, you see this crap: "yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy" is Gigabte crazy or whatever Attachment 6273

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by morpheus67 View Post
    See with AMIBCP 4.53 both bios files, both have all cpu code, mmtool can not see all cpu-codes, why, gigabyte make crap with this microcode modul, see modul with hex-editor...
    ... bios modul with HEX-Editor, you see this crap: "yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy" is Gigabte crazy or whatever
    Yes you're right, also i don't know why there are two 17088572-... modules ? First contains useful Ácodes, second one is almost empty... updating Ácode change first one and second stay unchanged... and always this duplicate 6A604 in GB BIOS... i think we can clean it in next mods
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by boe323 View Post
    I really thought us g1 assassin2 owners would have the new bios by now, windows 8.1 is out Friday and the new features in the bios have full support for windows 8 like the newer boards do.
    I'm not positive it's the same board/revision but I remember one of the Assassin boards had a post about it which said they were in active development and would be releasing a new BIOS build in approximately two weeks, and I think it was around a week ago. I can't remember if it was in this thread, but it would be in the last several pages of one of the threads.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Nevermind guys I got it working,

    1866
    9-9-9-24 1t
    1.41volt ram
    cpuvtt 1.08

    messed with the secondary timings, might have done tertairy as well, don't remember...
    Used TPU's guide for the CAS-2 for a setting of 7 for twcl
    raised the DRAM Ref Cycle to 150

    Here is the TWCL Guide: Samsung 30 nm Green PC3-12800 Low Profile 1.35 V DDR3 Review | techPowerUp

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by killkernel View Post
    This is due to the new version (V.29) of Sandy Bridge micro-code.
    I've encountered same behaviour with my Z77X-UP5 TH and Z77X-UP4 TH and latest betas and i've asked to Virtualfred to mod the BIOSes (GIGABYTE Modified Bios) with the latest ROMs and the old V.28 SB micro-code and all is fine.

    Hope this will help.

    Cheers,

    KK
    Hello everyone!
    I have flashed my GA-Z77-D3H (rev. 1.1) with F22A modded BIOS, but I seem to have the same high Vcore than on F21 modded. I think I should check the F19 once again with all the additional voltages lowered and memory timings tightened. There is a chance that my chip simply needs more Vcore to cope with lower PLL (1.485 vs. 1.8) and tighter timings (10-11-10-27-1T vs. 11-11-11-30-2T). Besides that, I haven't completed the 24 hour prime torture test (just around 15 hours) and didn't use 5.5 GB of RAM, but 1.6 default value instead when running 4.5 GHz on F19. I will get back to you in case I'll find the time to flash back to F19 and re-run the testing process.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    New BIOS:

    GA-Z77-D3H - F22a

    - Improve compatibility
    - 02.Oct 13
    Thank's,

    But with this rev i have an BIG problem ;)

    After an Clear CMOS, computer won't boot.
    I must remove my Graphic Card: An Gigabyte GTX660 Ti (GV-N66TWF2-2GD REV:1.0).
    So in bios if i disable Secureboot my computer can boot !
    ps: i have Windows 8.1 installed, and of course windows claims that secureboot is not working (the graphic card don't have an compatible uefi bios ?, perhaps gigabyte will create an compatible bios :)) )
    Last edited by acetone802000; 10-18-2013 at 04:23 AM. Reason: forgot some chars

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by acetone802000 View Post
    Thank's,

    But with this rev i have an BIG problem ;)

    After an Clear CMOS, computer won't boot.
    I must remove my Graphic Card: An Gigabyte GTX660 Ti (GV-N66TWF2-2GD REV:1.0).
    So in bios if i disable Secureboot my computer can boot !
    ps: i have Windows 8.1 installed, and of course windows claims that secureboot is not working (the graphic card don't have an compatible uefi bios ?, perhaps gigabyte will create an compatible bios :)) )
    If you're using Nvidia drivers, that's one of the known bugs of recent drivers, that secureboot and Fastboot have problems that can cause them not to boot until they're disabled.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by CharliesTheMan View Post
    If you're using Nvidia drivers, that's one of the known bugs of recent drivers, that secureboot and Fastboot have problems that can cause them not to boot until they're disabled.
    This is not driver related ! Computer don't boot (it crash and reboot before the Gigabyte logo)

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Hello,

    can anyone tell me, where to get @BIOSver. 2.33?

    As recommended here, I should use ver. 2.33 or above to flash the BIOS of my X79-UP4 the only version I was able to find is 2.32 B13.0829.1

    Besides what is really annoying about this board is that you have to change some BIOS-Setting from UEFI to Legacy-Something (cannot remember the exact setting name right now) to get a rig with a Geforce Titan installed to boot.

    This is particularly pesky, when said card is watercooled. So you have to remove the card while it is still attached to the cooling loop, insert another card, that hopefully can boot (my luck that I had one at hand - otherwise you are screwed) change the BIOS-Setting, remove the workaround-card and reinsert the Titan.

    -> I think that is a really bad yoke.

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