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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    F9 final is available for sniper m5 on gb web..


    Still cant believe this crap.

    Anyone could test this bios?

    Just using xbmc... going from full screen to window mode 2 or 3 times and system freeze. Even reset button wont do nothing, just holding power butron.


    4770k, 290x and 2400 ddr3.

    Cant explain how can this happen. F8c is the only one that works fine. F8 final f9a and f9 have the same problem.
    Last edited by nobugsonme; 05-01-2014 at 08:27 AM.

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    I have a GA-Z68X-UD4-B3 and I am trying to get it to work as it should with new UEFI. I have tried U1e (the latest) and the system has 3 problems:
    1. User password check does not work, only system.
    2. If I change settings in fast boot, the bios will not show any values in the M.I.T. section (freq, voltage etc).
    3. This is the most important because the onboard audio loses Dolby and only works with microsoft drivers.

    Because of the dolby-less audio, I have switched to U1d bios and I have audio, but I have another problem:
    - The system will not boot unless I press SPACEBAR at the boot screen. If I let it, it'll stay like that and not boot at all.

    I have reported these problems to Gigabyte sometime last year in August and the only advice was to return to AWARD, which I have done, but had to come back to UEFI due to other issues with OS.

    I am currently thinking of downgrading to U1c, just to test and see if these problems persist... any ideas?

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    GIGABYTE P67a-d3-b3 rev 1.0

    is there new beta bios ? i just bought gtx750ti ...and onyl what i can see after boot menu is black screen... graphic card working just fine on other pc. i cen hear beeping , but screen is forozen on boot menu

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Gigabyte G1 Z87. rev1.1

    Bios F3=Freezed BCLK at 99.78MHz.
    VID changed from 1.094v(F2) to 1.181v(F3).

    Do I need to revert to F2, and where is it?

    Running 4770K (Batch: L337C214) @ stock at the
    moment with BCLK at 99.78MHz.

    RMA on my motherboard or is there any hope?
    Sorry for bringing bad news, but it is my first Gigabyte-board
    and I am in no way expert like you guys.

    All the best and have a nice weekend, Uleman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uleman View Post
    Gigabyte G1 Z87. rev1.1

    Bios F3=Freezed BCLK at 99.78MHz.
    VID changed from 1.094v(F2) to 1.181v(F3).

    Do I need to revert to F2, and where is it?

    Running 4770K (Batch: L337C214) @ stock at the
    moment with BCLK at 99.78MHz.

    RMA on my motherboard or is there any hope?
    Sorry for bringing bad news, but it is my first Gigabyte-board
    and I am in no way expert like you guys.

    All the best and have a nice weekend, Uleman.
    Have you tried manually setting the BCLK at 100.00MHz or if it still stays at 99.78 tried increasing BCLK to say 100.05MHz? (I don't see any reason to start any RMA's yet ;) )

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    Quote Originally Posted by nexusmaniac View Post
    Have you tried manually setting the BCLK at 100.00MHz or if it still stays at 99.78 tried increasing BCLK to say 100.05MHz? (I don't see any reason to start any RMA's yet ;) )
    Thank you for answering.

    Yes, when I put in manual/100.00 I get 99.78 after reboot.
    [edit] manual/100.00+apply wont save after F10-save settings and reboot.

    At manual/100.01 it shows correct 100MHz BCLK in CPU-Z OC(1.64, 1.69) and AIDA64.
    With this settings, bios/uefi´s monitor reads 100.02.

    What worries me is the VID-volts with this latest F3 bios.
    F2 bios showed 1.094v in default mode. (all settings on auto and no XMP)
    F3 bios showes 1.181v in default mode.

    Sorry for my english, but I hope you understand.

    Regards, Uleman
    Last edited by Uleman; 05-03-2014 at 10:02 PM. Reason: more info

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    Quote Originally Posted by nexusmaniac View Post
    Have you tried manually setting the BCLK at 100.00MHz or if it still stays at 99.78 tried increasing BCLK to say 100.05MHz? (I don't see any reason to start any RMA's yet ;) )


    This could be common for all Durable 4 series, mine Z87-HD3 is also on stock 99.78, if I set manually to 100.01 or 100.02 it goes to 99.98 real value, next step is 100.3 to 100.06 in BIOS then BCLK is on 100.05.
    Issue is when BCLK in anything above stock system is totally unstable.
    Some older versions of CPU-Z did reported BUS (BCLK) speed 100MHz but actual it was same (99.78).
    I think it is related to new IR® Digital CPU Power Design introduced in Durable 5 series, and it can have stable bus speed???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uleman View Post
    Thank you for answering.

    Yes, when I put in manual/100.00 I get 99.78 after reboot.
    [edit] manual/100.00+apply wont save after F10-save settings and reboot.

    At manual/100.01 it shows correct 100MHz BCLK in CPU-Z OC(1.64, 1.69) and AIDA64.
    With this settings, bios/uefi´s monitor reads 100.02.

    What worries me is the VID-volts with this latest F3 bios.
    F2 bios showed 1.094v in default mode. (all settings on auto and no XMP)
    F3 bios showes 1.181v in default mode.

    Sorry for my english, but I hope you understand.

    Regards, Uleman
    My Z87X-OC currently runs at about 99.8MHz BCLK in the UEFI and with CPUz 1.64 and 1.69

    It's not really a problem (Except for my OCD ) As for the VID Voltage (Do you mean CPU Vcore?) If so then you can set it manually to whatever Voltage you like if it's stable :) Or you could optionally stick with whichever BIOS you most prefer F2 or F3

    Hope this info helps :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nexusmaniac View Post
    My Z87X-OC currently runs at about 99.8MHz BCLK in the UEFI and with CPUz 1.64 and 1.69

    It's not really a problem (Except for my OCD ) As for the VID Voltage (Do you mean CPU Vcore?) If so then you can set it manually to whatever Voltage you like if it's stable :) Or you could optionally stick with whichever BIOS you most prefer F2 or F3

    Hope this info helps :)
    Thanks for the reply.

    To begin with, this is my first Gigabyte motherboard, so there is a lot of information to read and search for, so I take it easy.
    (Rome was not built in a day, as they say)

    When I buy something, I think it should work as expected.
    I prefer a BCLK/100.00 because of the simplicity to make a couple 24/7-OC presets
    without using Gigabyte's pre-presets.
    It becomes, as I see it, a little easier to keep track of voltages, temps, clocks and fans.

    With VID Voltage, I mean CPU vcore inside the bios .
    Sorry if I was unclear.
    I have read The Gigabyte Z87/Haswell Overclocking(OC) Guide
    so I used the term "VID" because of a picture there. Attachment 6801

    I had plans to use Offset-voltage with a 45/41-OC in one of my presets. Unfortunately, I think BCLK/99.78 complicates things,
    and with BCLK/100.01 my PC becomes unstable at OC.

    I have tried to return to F2 with QFLASH, but it won´t let me overwrite F3 with an older bios.
    I have however succeeded with a reflash of F3, and my VID/VCore now displays correctly 1.094V. When I enable XMP it raises to 1.181V, and when I disable XMP it goes back to normal 1.094V.
    (I guess the bios was corrupt before, because it showed 1.181V both with and without XMP)


    Does anyone know if there is any “total-newb-step-by-step–guide” for using fpt_DOS - Z87? [SOLVED]
    I would like to test F2 again, to see if I can get the BCLK back to manual/100.00.

    [update]
    F1 and F2 gets 100.00 BCLK back, if I set it to manual/100.00--> save and reboot--> change MEM-multi to 16. (or activate XMP)

    F3 does not.


    Thanks for reading, and any tip/help/clue are most welcome.

    Best regards, Uleman
    Last edited by Uleman; 05-07-2014 at 10:01 PM. Reason: updated info

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