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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Z87X-UD3H bios f8h fixed cas 13 issue, but still get the restore screen with "profile 1" selected, so half fixed :P ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by M40TURBO View Post
    Does anyone know witch bios for the X79-UD7 has the least Vdroop? The F12f and F12e has about 0,04v vdroop.
    So if i had 1,354V idle, it goes down to 1,308V, since this is the numbers Cpu-Z shows. Might have to go back to F11 something. Think it had a little better vdroop controll..

    Using for the most part sins settings from his OC guide for the UD7
    Are you SURE this is actually happening and not just false sensor readings? My X79-UD5 has a sensor reading problem since the IVB-E BIOSses came out.
    When for example setting 1.35V, it stays at that voltage with the LLC set to 80%. Idle and full load. On idle the set voltage was always correct and within 0.007V on my multimeter.

    80% means no drop and no rise and that's what the board actually does while the sensor reading in Windows is going down to 1.31V. Completely independantly of what LLC you set. That gets to the extreme of the sensor displaying 1.31V while with LLC at 100% and under load it is actually at 1.37!

    To make it short, here's the table of measurements that I took a few weeks ago on a IVB-E BIOS:

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    True voltage set in BIOS: 1.340V
    DMM readings were taken with a Metex 4650B 4 1/2 digit digital multimeter
    at a choke of the CPU core voltage VRMs, next to the CPU socket.
    
    		Sensor Idle  Sensor load   DMM idle DMM load
    Extreme (100%)   1.332          1.308	     1.347    1.372
    Turbo   (90%)    1.332		1.308        1.347    1.356
    High    (80%)    1.332		1.308	     1.347    1.347
    Medium  (70%)    1.332		1.308	     1.347    1.341
    Standard (60%)   1.332		1.308        1.347    1.335

    So here's my advice: Forget the readings under load and take the voltage you're setting for granted at 80%. <80%: drops, >80%: rises, Intel's specs are met at 60%.

    I am actually conviced that the BIOS cannot influence the dropping at all beyond setting the level, the DMM readings were totally and utterly rock solid and stable.

    To say it clearly: Onboard sensors are the cheapest, roughest and unreliable ones of the sensor business. No comparison even to a 10 Euros multimeter. My Metex 4650 cost about 200 DEM when it was new and is specified at a precision of 0.05% at 2V.
    Last edited by Amurtigress; 11-25-2013 at 11:20 AM.

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    Well, i could of course hook up a multimeter to the point on the board. That's easy, and i'm just lazy. So high should be no drop no increase. Maybe i should get of my lazy behind and check it. Also find out why temps are so high. Don't think my water block is making 100% contact.
    Even on 4Ghz at 1.33v or what i need it still hits 70c+ in prime95 blend i think it was. Wish i was better at OC and understanding what i need to adjust and set it to.

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    Hi,

    is there any latest beta bios for Gigabyte GA-H77M-D3H (rev. 1.1)?

    thank you very much
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    Quote Originally Posted by M40TURBO View Post
    Well, i could of course hook up a multimeter to the point on the board. That's easy, and i'm just lazy. So high should be no drop no increase. Maybe i should get of my lazy behind and check it. Also find out why temps are so high. Don't think my water block is making 100% contact.
    Even on 4Ghz at 1.33v or what i need it still hits 70c+ in prime95 blend i think it was. Wish i was better at OC and understanding what i need to adjust and set it to.
    Welp, I can't help with the laziness but another always good advice is GOOGLE.
    That's what I had to do when I started with my board in 2012. Despite about 15 years of overclocking experience, platform changes recently are total game changers. S775 to S1366 changed the AGTL+ FSB to QPI (Thank gods!), and now the northbridge moves into the processor and the QPI bus vanishes inside the chip too.

    Experience helps only to a certain degree.

    A quick summary tho for the new IVB-E BIOSses...what helped me with their specific instability:

    Spread Spectrum Clocking: 0.1% (don't use AUTO)
    Non-K OC: Disabled
    Loadline Calibration: 80% or higher
    For the CPU features: I don't recall the name of thew two functions off the of of my head, but two limits had to me set to 500W and 300A to knock out current and power limits under full load.

    At 4 GHz you should not need more than 1.3V, and use OCCT in 64-bit AVX mode to test. OCCT uses an optimized Linpack and is much more demanding than Prime 95. Prime 95 could run happily for hours while OCCT causes a BSOD after a few minutes.

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    The 500\300 is set. Using most of the values from sins guide i think it was. So non-k? think mine only showes OC K or K OC. Think my cpu is a bad one. Need more than 1,3V to make it stable @ 4Ghz. But some settings might not be optimal. And there for bsod. Get 101 error for the most part.
    @4,5 i had it running 1,38v.. So that might have degraded is slightly. Might just pick up a new one if it gets worse. Going to try OCCT in 64-bit AVX mode to test. But more stress = more heat right. So i need to get the cooling sorted. Be sure what it is. Should not be so hot with an 3x140mm AC UT60 rad for cpu, mem and vrm?

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    New BIOS:

    GA-Z87X-UD5 TH - F3c
    GA-Z87M-D3HP - F2g

    - Improved memory compatibility
    - 18/20.Nov 13

    GA-Z77-D3H - F22

    - Improved memory compatibility
    - 14.Nov 13

    GA-X79-UP4 - F5e
    GA-X79-UD3 - F17g


    - Improved memory compatibility
    - 19/22.Nov 13
    Last edited by stasio; 11-28-2013 at 04:09 PM.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Stasio, does the first page have a new link for this new beta bios?

    Thanks
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    ^Yes,as usuall........
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    Thanks Dude
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