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    Default Re: GV-R587UD-1GD Problems

    sorry for confusion i ment john19055
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    Default Re: GV-R587UD-1GD Problems

    OK, now the time for voltages tweak and new version 'VGA Tools Gamer HUD' software for ours GV-R587UD-1GD cards

    @Lsdmeasap could You pack and upload on share servers (eg. www.zshare.net) from orginal CD for GV-R587SO-1GD tool "GIGABYTE UDV Utility"? I would like test this with GV-R587UD-1GD.

    THX!

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    Last edited by Payti; 05-12-2010 at 03:24 AM.

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    Hi,

    I should have wait for others feedback before flashing F7 bios to mine (had F5 on buy day, flashed F6 with Gigabyte vga tool), but hey, what could happen?

    Instant GSOD on my desktop when CCC loaded (on 10.4).

    Rebooted, instant BlackSOD when CCC loaded.

    I was lucky, as I had 2 others account, where CCC was not loading at first.
    I flashed back to F6, I feared the worst (but could have flashed back in dos maybe?).

    Please only flash to F7 when you have a backup flashing solution that you know is working.

    Staying with F6 for the moment, never had a trouble with it (plays hd video ok with dxva, no reboot / gsod after a lot of gaming).

    No overclocking at all, all default options in overdrive.

    Regards,

    Brad
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    Quote Originally Posted by djbrad View Post
    Hi,

    I should have wait for others feedback before flashing F7 bios to mine (had F5 on buy day, flashed F6 with Gigabyte vga tool), but hey, what could happen?

    Instant GSOD on my desktop when CCC loaded (on 10.4).

    Rebooted, instant BlackSOD when CCC loaded.

    I was lucky, as I had 2 others account, where CCC was not loading at first.
    I flashed back to F6, I feared the worst (but could have flashed back in dos maybe?).

    Please only flash to F7 when you have a backup flashing solution that you know is working.

    Staying with F6 for the moment, never had a trouble with it (plays hd video ok with dxva, no reboot / gsod after a lot of gaming).

    No overclocking at all, all default options in overdrive.

    Regards,

    Brad

    Huh ? Is the F7 bios worse compared to the F6 ? I updated mine from F6 to F7. Would I be safe downgrading it to F6 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Payti View Post
    @Lsdmeasap could You pack and upload on share servers (eg. www.zshare.net) from orginal CD for GV-R587SO-1GD tool "GIGABYTE UDV Utility"? I would like test this with GV-R587UD-1GD.

    THX!

    Regards,
    No such Utility on the CD, only OC Guru overclocking tool

    Quote Originally Posted by djbrad View Post
    Hi,

    I should have wait for others feedback before flashing F7 bios to mine (had F5 on buy day, flashed F6 with Gigabyte vga tool), but hey, what could happen?

    Instant GSOD on my desktop when CCC loaded (on 10.4).

    Rebooted, instant BlackSOD when CCC loaded.

    I was lucky, as I had 2 others account, where CCC was not loading at first.
    I flashed back to F6, I feared the worst (but could have flashed back in dos maybe?).

    Please only flash to F7 when you have a backup flashing solution that you know is working.

    Staying with F6 for the moment, never had a trouble with it (plays hd video ok with dxva, no reboot / gsod after a lot of gaming).

    No overclocking at all, all default options in overdrive.

    Regards,

    Brad
    Did you disable CCC Overdrive before you flashed? If not you have to, default options or not in overdrive you need to disable it!

    And I advise all flashes be done in DOS with ATIFlash or the Gigabyte DOS tool, this or overdrive may have been your issue not sure? I'd say try it again with overdrive disabled and flash from DOS

    Yes, you can always flash back or forward in DOS, and always have a spare PCIE/PCI Card handy when flashing in case your card gets bricked and you can't see the screen to flash it again.

    You should never flash without a spare card handy, just in case!

    Quote Originally Posted by chiggah View Post
    Huh ? Is the F7 bios worse compared to the F6 ? I updated mine from F6 to F7. Would I be safe downgrading it to F6 ?
    That is one persons experience, which you see did not happen to you at all.

    Yes you can flash backwards, but there is no need to do so

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    Default Re: GV-R587UD-1GD Problems

    Guys, in another forum a poster claimed that s/he was able to use F7 on his/her Gigabyte HD5850 OC 1GB (same card as I have). I'm a bit skeptical about this. What are the risks involved if I do so?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    No such Utility on the CD, only OC Guru overclocking tool
    Hm, very strange manual for GV-R587SO-1GD have informations about that tool is included on CD:

    -->> http://download.gigabyte.asia/FileLi...so-1gd-b_e.pdf

    on page 9 and 11 and 12 ?

    Regards,

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    When I use the Gigabytes VGA@ BIOS and use F6 Bios ,it will flash alright even tho it does not have >bin or .rom at the end ,plus can I use the ATI RBE to change the voltages and the signature will it still be fine.
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    I have the SO file that changes the voltages ,but it will not work on the GPU ,but the memory voltage will work ,I don't know why the GPU want work unless it just only works with the SO card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post

    Did you disable CCC Overdrive before you flashed? If not you have to, default options or not in overdrive you need to disable it!

    And I advise all flashes be done in DOS with ATIFlash or the Gigabyte DOS tool, this or overdrive may have been your issue not sure? I'd say try it again with overdrive disabled and flash from DOS
    Hi,

    I am new to ATI cards (never had one since my Radeon 9000). Do you think I will be able to use ATI overdrive with F7 if I disable it before flashing? I know that better tools exist to control fan and mem/gpu speed, but I like to keep it simple.

    I liked the windows gigabyte flash tool, because I did not want to build a boot dos cd.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post

    Yes, you can always flash back or forward in DOS, and always have a spare PCIE/PCI Card handy when flashing in case your card gets bricked and you can't see the screen to flash it again.

    You should never flash without a spare card handy, just in case!
    Yes I do have my old 8800GTS PCIE and a rare Sparkle 9400GT PCI. I was prepared for the worst

    I just don't understand why ATI overdrive would crash the card on loading.

    Thanks and regards,

    Brad

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