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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    thanks
    Ok, so i keep-it

    Ghosearth.

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    ^yea,so far also working for my OC board.......

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    Question random crashes Z87X-UD5H - F9

    Hi guys,
    I am a little frustrated by having constant BSODs using GA-Z87X-UD5H - F9 BIOS also the GA-Z87X-UD5H- F9-mod by stasio.
    I have 4x4 GB Corsair vengeance. The previous F9a Beta worked good, but with the final F9 something has changed. The memory is on Profile1 Auto settings.
    Anyone else experiencing this, and found a trick to run F9 stable, stable?
    Thanks.

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    Default Re: random crashes Z87X-UD5H - F9

    Quote Originally Posted by gbis View Post
    Hi guys,
    I am a little frustrated by having constant BSODs using GA-Z87X-UD5H - F9 BIOS also the GA-Z87X-UD5H- F9-mod by stasio.
    I have 4x4 GB Corsair vengeance. The previous F9a Beta worked good, but with the final F9 something has changed. The memory is on Profile1 Auto settings.
    Anyone else experiencing this, and found a trick to run F9 stable, stable?
    Thanks.
    The F9 mod is running stable for me and my Kingston Genesis 2400 DRAM.

    Try manually setting the DRAM instead of using the Profile and see what you get.
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    Default Re: random crashes Z87X-UD5H - F9

    Quote Originally Posted by boondocks View Post
    The F9 mod is running stable for me and my Kingston Genesis 2400 DRAM.

    Try manually setting the DRAM instead of using the Profile and see what you get.
    Actually, I had to revert all the way back to F8 mod BIOS on my Z87 UD5H. Suddenly I could not boot all the way into Windows no matter what I did. I've been a few rounds with this in the past so I knew the easiest fix was to just not use the F9 bios.

    So.....I found out something.
    Bear in mind that the newest F9 BIOS had to be flashed with @bios -since Qflash wouldn't work for the "new" bios- and in my case I had flashed F9 as the main bios.
    So happens I had F8 as the back up bios.

    With the bios switch in the backup position, I booted up and hit Ctrl + F10, and this swapped the main bios to the backup, and the backup to the main. Yep, didn't know it worked that way with Z87.

    Then all I had to do to flash over the new F9 -remember I had to use @bios to flash it- was boot up in the main bios and hit Alt + F10, and that copied the F8 main bios to the backup and overwrote the "bad" F9 bios.

    Clear as mud? lol.
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    Default Re: random crashes Z87X-UD5H - F9

    Any ETA for new Z77X-UD3H bios ? The fast boot option does not work in F20e.

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    Default Re: random crashes Z87X-UD5H - F9

    Quote Originally Posted by boondocks View Post
    Actually, I had to revert all the way back to F8 mod BIOS on my Z87 UD5H. Suddenly I could not boot all the way into Windows no matter what I did. I've been a few rounds with this in the past so I knew the easiest fix was to just not use the F9 bios. So.....I found out something. Bear in mind that the newest F9 BIOS had to be flashed with @bios -since Qflash wouldn't work for the "new" bios- and in my case I had flashed F9 as the main bios. So happens I had F8 as the back up bios. With the bios switch in the backup position, I booted up and hit Ctrl + F10, and this swapped the main bios to the backup, and the backup to the main. Yep, didn't know it worked that way with Z87. Then all I had to do to flash over the new F9 -remember I had to use @bios to flash it- was boot up in the main bios and hit Alt + F10, and that copied the F8 main bios to the backup and overwrote the "bad" F9 bios. Clear as mud? lol.
    I am too old for this dual BIOS sorcery, you lost me. @Bios is total garbage software IMHO, also high risk. I used http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...tml#post479379 to update from F9a to F9 and FPT to downgrade to F9a. I am comfortable with F9a, i just search some valid explanation with F9 (i'm done flashing BIOS). Don't have the time to test all settings, hope some recommandation will pop up

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    Default Re: random crashes Z87X-UD5H - F9

    Quote Originally Posted by gbis View Post
    I am too old for this dual BIOS sorcery, you lost me. @Bios is total garbage software IMHO, also high risk. I used http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...tml#post479379 to update from F9a to F9 and FPT to downgrade to F9a. I am comfortable with F9a, i just search some valid explanation with F9 (i'm done flashing BIOS). Don't have the time to test all settings, hope some recommandation will pop up
    Too old? lol, I'm retired.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Hi all!
    I have
    GA-Z77X-UP5-TH with official BIOS (F12E) and I get the issue where I can't use the bluetooth keyboard into the BIOS, even if I plugged my usb dongle directly into the rear USB2 ports and I also tried all the other ports as well but no luck my bluetooth keyboard still not recognized by BIOS :( should I upgrade to new Bios F12J or other Bios; please any help?
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    transceiver v3.0 for bluetooth model 1063 driver
    Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Keyboard 7000
    Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 8000
    thanks
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    X79-UP4 Bios F6 and now F7 both final.. none of the two have been made available by Gigabyte officially on the motherboard product support pages. X79-UP4 Rev.1.0 is stuck at F4 and Rev.1.1 at F5 there.
    Pretty weird. Anyway it seems clear that Gigabyte won't bother releasing any new BIOS for the Rev.1.0 What a shame.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by zerowing View Post
    X79-UP4 Bios F6 and now F7 both final.. none of the two have been made available by Gigabyte officially on the motherboard product support pages. X79-UP4 Rev.1.0 is stuck at F4 and Rev.1.1 at F5 there.
    Pretty weird. Anyway it seems clear that Gigabyte won't bother releasing any new BIOS for the Rev.1.0 What a shame.
    I believe differences on the revisions are quite minor and BIOS versions work on both, i have 1.0 and F5 BIOS which works more or less well on it (excluding overclocking features). I have problem with every BIOS version after F3u (F3v, F3x, F4b, F4g, F4h, F4, F6a, F6, F7) excluding F5 betas and final F5 on which when XMP is enabled the system refuses to boot and returns overclock error. So far best BIOS for this board are F3u and F5.

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