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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    stasio, do you plan to publish updates for p67x-ud3-b3?
    u1b is a stable version?

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    With the F12e for the X79-UD7 i can not run my ram att the same values as before. Not even stock.
    I have 4x4GB G.Skill Ripjaw-Z 2133 Cl9 9-11-10-28.. I had no problems running these on x.m.p profile att 2133 9.11.10.28 and at 2333 10.12.11.31
    Now i have to loosen the timings or go to the slower frequency.

    My last bios was an early F11, worked better there. Using it with a 3930K @ 4.5Ghz now
    Don't know if anyboady else have tested or experienced the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M40TURBO View Post
    With the F12e for the X79-UD7 i can not run my ram att the same values as before. Not even stock.
    I have 4x4GB G.Skill Ripjaw-Z 2133 Cl9 9-11-10-28.. I had no problems running these on x.m.p profile att 2133 9.11.10.28 and at 2333 10.12.11.31
    Now i have to loosen the timings or go to the slower frequency.

    My last bios was an early F11, worked better there. Using it with a 3930K @ 4.5Ghz now
    Don't know if anyboady else have tested or experienced the same thing.
    same thing for me :/ (f12e)

    In fact look at your xmp profile, if your ram need 1.65 V, it doesn't work.

    you can't change ddr voltage with f12 bios , i don't know why. On the bios the option is grey and can't be able, and on easytune you have -321654654654324 v lol :/

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Stasio

    Worth upgrade from F7 to F8b with the GA-Z87X-OC Force ?

    The improvments are really big?

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    GA-Z87X-OC - F7b

    oohhh nice new bios to play with :D
    will report if there are any issues, though before i flash, does anyone know if there will be a X06 coming out soon, as i wont flash if this bios is not as good as X05.....

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    - hmmm Improve system compatibility ??? could gigabyte be anymore secretive .... what ever the hell that means lol improve what ???
    anyway stasio thanks for the update but could you answer the Q`s above cheers, is it worth upgrading over X05 ??? though if there is a X06 coming soon i will wait. :)

    one other thing could you tell gigabyte with X05 there is a latency issues in windows, seems to be coming from the ndis.sys aswell as HDAudbus.sys causeing my Creative ZXR to randomly stutter same goes for watching utube videos. sound stutter
    could be a compatibility issue with amd`s audio or creative zxr....... very high latency spiking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ochtartak View Post
    same thing for me :/ (f12e)

    In fact look at your xmp profile, if your ram need 1.65 V, it doesn't work.

    you can't change ddr voltage with f12 bios , i don't know why. On the bios the option is grey and can't be able, and on easytune you have -321654654654324 v lol :/
    I can change the voltage in the ram voltage menu. And it looks like it's sett to 1.65v with the X.M.P profile, but timings are to tight? Think my ram should have no problems running 2133 @ 1.50v. But i am no expert..
    Think i need some help for setting, cpu ptt, cpu pll and IMC voltages for my 3830K @ 4.5Ghz. Think there where a few other settings im not sure about. Vdoop is large even att highest setting.
    In my case from 1.38v to 1.344 under load. Followed Sin0822's OC guide. But there might be better settings now since we know more.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    F22b Mod or F22b beta have problem with memory.

    I can't tighten the timing it always says OC fails

    Because when i tighten the timing BCLK always go down to 98.6 or 99.

    And i don't see the option where can i adjust manually the BCLK on my bios
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    ^You guys has double BIOS chips and switch...just keep "good" BIOS on one and test any new on other one.
    X06 is compiled 2 weeks+ and for some reason still not for public.
    I have no problem with OC and F7b.

    Edit:
    just one tip (system freezing).....if somebody using Firefox browser..... in Tools/Options/Advanced/General....untick "Use hardware acceleration when available"........
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Yes we do, you are absolutely right Stasio.
    I was posting to give feedback if this was not known yet.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    ^You guys has double BIOS chips and switch...just keep "good" BIOS on one and test any new on other one.
    X06 is compiled 2 weeks+ and for some reason still not for public.
    I have no problem with OC and F7b.

    Edit:
    just one tip (system freezing).....if somebody using Firefox browser..... in Tools/Options/Advanced/General....untick "Use hardware acceleration when available"........
    yes we have dual bios but i think there is no way flashing back with @bios 2.33 and q-flash
    i tried many times with both ways and failed

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