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Thread: Is there a beta bios verson greater than the current F8J for GA-M750SLI-DS4?




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    Default Re: Is there a beta bios verson greater than the current F8J for GA-M750SLI-DS4?

    Hi artdrivers,

    Thanks for helping me out. I have added machine specs to my signature.

    My 955 is C3 stepping. I am using Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit.

    I was hoping to adjust the settings in the BIOS rather than Windows so that I do not get the power cycling issue when I reboot, power on or wake up the computer. Can you suggest some settings or do you want me to download PhenomMSRTweaker and test settings until I get the best option and then set up the bios with the same settings?
    Phenom II x4 955 (C3 Stepping)
    Gigabyte GA_M750SLI-DS4 rev 1.0 F7
    MSI R5770 Hawk 1GB DDR5
    2x1GB PNY DDR2 800, 2x1GB Samsung DDR2 800
    Samsung Spinpoint 1 TB
    LG DVDRW SATA

    Antec Neo Eco 520c
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

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    Default Re: Is there a beta bios verson greater than the current F8J for GA-M750SLI-DS4?

    OK great. When you get a chance please ad your memory part numbers. Also the bios you have. Please try to remember to change your signature when you change your bios, or parts.
    Do you want me to download PhenomMSRTweaker and test settings until I get the best option
    This would be the easiest way to adjust the settings. but first you mentioned earlier that the cpu is running at 1.6Ghz rather than 3.2Ghz. Now that we know you have Windows 7. It has a Power Setting that sets it at default to Balanced mode from setup. Have you changed your Power Options to High performance? If not cpuz could be showing the cpu to be running at about half speed. Below is more on how to manage Windows Power Options. You may want to try High Performance mode. Then see what your cpu is running at.
    How to Manage Windows 7 Power Settings - EnterpriseITplanet.com / Green
    This is more on it.---> Power Plan Settings - Change - Windows 7 Forums
    Then use PhenomMSRTweaker to get the balance you prefer.
    I was hoping to adjust the settings in the BIOS rather than Windows so that I do not get the power cycling issue when I reboot
    Did you turn smart fan control off? Do you have the fans connected to the proper headers?
    We are not able to do this yet It may not be necessary and we may not be able to. The power cycle could be due to the bios revision. You may need to update the bios first.
    Last edited by artdrivers; 05-12-2010 at 08:21 PM.
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