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    Just got the UD3P, flashed the f5 bios from the gigabyte utility online, but i see there is a f6 and a f7a, can somebody tell me if the f6 or f7a made any improvments, having trouble overclocking this board, very unstable.

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    i use f7a now ... seem good ... be honest .. i don't see the different ... the bios option better organize in intergrate peripheral that all

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    Why is it so difficult to get explanations of BIOS configurations around here?

    Sheesh! I cannot believe folks actually flash these things without knowing what's going to happen or change.
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    didnt know not to use the gigabyte online flash, never had a problem with it. Well i have gone thru 2 ud3ps in 2 days, both boards have died on me ???? board was running fine, and bsod, couldnt ever get it to boot up again, cleared cmos, and took out battery, all it does is resart over and over and over, but never get anything on screen. I have a few other things that concern me, i have heard of people with this board, and the board going out, and taking the processor and memory with it, now i dont know if i want to get another one or not, i did hear great things as far as good overclocks on this board, now im stuck with whether to get another one ???

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    put only one ram in .. and try to boot with that

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2therock View Post
    Why is it so difficult to get explanations of BIOS configurations around here?

    Sheesh! I cannot believe folks actually flash these things without knowing what's going to happen or change.
    no one force you to use them ... just letting you know it is out there ... use it or not is your choice ... offciall is F5 .... the rest are just beta

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    Well i tried 1 stick, 2 sticks, took out the battery, cleared cmos, the board is deaddddd. I guess i will try it one more time and see what happens. Yes lsdmeasap, i will need your help with settings, cause this board responds very differently than my old p45 ds3r.

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    Go here for more detailed information on the GA-EP45-UD3P. This is an excellent board for both overclocking and all around use.

    ** Official ** Gigabyte UD3 P45 Series -- EP45-UD3 / EP45-UD3R / EP45-UD3P - XtremeSystems Forums

    This forum will give you detailed Bios Settings for your overclocking pleasure. I just built one and it works flawlessly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2therock View Post
    Why is it so difficult to get explanations of BIOS configurations around here?

    Sheesh! I cannot believe folks actually flash these things without knowing what's going to happen or change.
    Please see my reply here >>>
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/giga...tml#post273851

    Quote Originally Posted by califmike2003 View Post
    Well i tried 1 stick, 2 sticks, took out the battery, cleared cmos, the board is deaddddd. I guess i will try it one more time and see what happens. Yes lsdmeasap, i will need your help with settings, cause this board responds very differently than my old p45 ds3r.
    So? You cannot access the BIOS at all with any one known good stick of ram? ATX12 4/8pin connected?

    If so, let me know and I will PM you a link you can try before you have to RMA if clearing the CMOS does not work for you. Or you can try a blind flash if you ALREADY have a floppy drive installed and set as first boot, which is outlined in the Qflash sticky

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