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Thread: X58-UD3R 1.6 Bios FF2 DVID bug?




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    Default X58-UD3R 1.6 Bios FF2 DVID bug?

    I updated to bios FF2 fine, then I installed EasyTune 6 B10 (first install), checked vcore reading the the app and it was my normal vcore 0.944v idle/1.200v load used without the extra DVID.

    For Vcore I use Normal + [DVID +0.6250v] / idle 1.008v , load 1.248v, after I opened ET6 for the first time on a fresh windows 7 x64, vcore was idle 0.944v and load 1.200v, those are the same volt I should get on stock but I was already @ 4GHz, I think ET6 read something wrong or it had set something automatically, I also checked with CPU-Z and it was 0.944v idle/1.200v load too. I restarted PC and vcore is back to 1.008v idle without changing anything. Also now when I open ET6 it reports fine 1.008v. It was only the first run of ET6 which read 0.944v idle, I can't reproduce the bug again. Only happened 1 time after I installed ET6 and opening it for first time.
    Last edited by aquax; 01-23-2010 at 01:32 PM.
    X58A-UD7 Rev1 | Core i7 920 @ 191x21 4GHz | Thermalright Extreme 120 REV A | Corsair 6GB Dominator GT 1600 C7 | Sapphire HD4870 Toxic 1GB 800/1000 | Antec TPQ-850w

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    Default Re: X58-UD3R 1.6 Bios FF2 DVID bug?

    I also had a similar issue when installing ET6 on the ff2 bios, now both ET6 and DES advanced don't work.

    Any ideas ??

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    Default Re: X58-UD3R 1.6 Bios FF2 DVID bug?

    It is a bios issue, it happened again after I remove ET6, I checked with CPU-Z, and it reads normal vcore without the extra DVID, it happens at random times.
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    X58A-UD7 Rev1 | Core i7 920 @ 191x21 4GHz | Thermalright Extreme 120 REV A | Corsair 6GB Dominator GT 1600 C7 | Sapphire HD4870 Toxic 1GB 800/1000 | Antec TPQ-850w

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