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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD7 - * Official Thread *

    Ok, keep forgetting! Then you wont have any issues with UD7, once you get your board back

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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD7 - * Official Thread *

    :D and they've actually done something this time..lol
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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD7 - * Official Thread *

    What do you mean? Do you mean testing?

    Did they tell you if they are sending you a new board, fixed your old one, or sending you a refurb/used one?

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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD7 - * Official Thread *

    first time i wasn't told anything, both myself and the reseller presumed that Gigabyte had either tested and fixed or replaced (which I understand to have been requested). It was only once I got it back that I discovered they'd just sent me my old board back.
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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD7 - * Official Thread *

    Righto folks,

    Couple of things.

    I've now had my board finally replaced, having RMA'd it twice. However, it's now installed and running and would appear that it now works.

    I had to remove the old drivers and reinstall for it to work, however I'd done this previously to no effect, so I'm sure that there was something wrong with the board.

    Gigabyte released a new driver bundle on the 1st April which I suggest everyone upgrade to. I'm currently testing it and will also test the new 2.46 driver from Realtek. to ensure that if they have fixed whatever software issues they may or may not have had remain fixed.

    Considering I told Gigabyte last December that this was potentially a driver/software issue is rather frustrating.

    Has everyone that posted now resolved there issues?

    Thanks,
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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD7 - * Official Thread *

    Not sure how ive missed 23 pages of this offical thread lol

    Thought id say hello

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    Hey SB420! Ya, I might sticky this sometime, but we need someone to make a guide for the first post first though.

    They have one going on over at OCN right now I just joined, maybe someone here could ask them permission to copy over there info and tips? And of course, I really think we need someone to write a small guide too, something they do not have yet at OCN. If someone does here, then we cold share it with them if they didn't mind sharing there current stuff with us.

    Got a 980X on the way, so i will be putting this board under dry ice once I have some free time. Of course max Blck will be tested very soon with it too, I can do 228 on on water right now, but I really haven't tried much with it yet such as using IDE drive and PCI card.

    Just haven't had time to tinker around with it yet, but I can say these boards just drool quality!

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    Ooooh lucky git on the 980x - I was waiting and waiting for them to come out but couldnt be bothered waiting any longer so went ahead and ordered my parts. Though the extra money for one of those processers would of got my a 2nd 5970 which iwould have made it a hard choice :D

    Cant wait to hear how you get on with the 980x

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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD7 - * Official Thread *

    Ya I wasn't sure if I would be able to score one, at least not for a while anyway, but luckily my contact came through for me much earlier than I anticipated!

    Should have it sometime next week, Wednesday Or Thursday I believe, shipped out from Taiwan Friday.

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