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    Default Re: Can I use a Rev. B3 BIOS on a P67 UD4 B2 board?

    If you already flashed B3 BIOS,you can enabled "eSATA" option.
    If you need go back to B2 BIOS,post request here (so far nobody went back to B2).
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    Default Re: Can I use a Rev. B3 BIOS on a P67 UD4 B2 board?

    Stasio
    Thanks for the answers. Just wanted to have version of return.
    Sorry for my poor English.

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    Tomorrow,sleeping time..........
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    Default Re: Can I use a Rev. B3 BIOS on a P67 UD4 B2 board?

    To return back to B2 BIOS : GA-P67A-UD5 - F8
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    Default Re: Can I use a Rev. B3 BIOS on a P67 UD4 B2 board?

    Thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    To return back to B2 BIOS : GA-P67A-UD5 - F8
    OK so, I have a GA-P67A-UD4 B2 and recently upgraded from a 2500k to a 3770k. Since the F7 bios doesn't show the 3770k as being supported before I did the upgrade I flashed the F8 bios for the B3 stepping and everything's working however my multiplier is now stuck at 39. I tried EasyTune6 but that has the same problem, so I'd like to go back to a B2 bios to see if that changes anything. The file you provided throws up a BIOS partnumber(AWARD) is not correct! error in @BIOS, what can I do to get back to the F7 bios I had before?

    Thanks!

    EDIT; Looks like the problem is you linked a UD5 bios. I tried looking for the UD4 version but the site it was on, fileden, is down. Would you mind rehosting it?
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    Default Re: Can I use a Rev. B3 BIOS on a P67 UD4 B2 board?

    Stasio, do you happen to know about a version of the B2 -> B3 BIOS but for the GA-P67a-UD3P?

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    Default Re: Can I use a Rev. B3 BIOS on a P67 UD4 B2 board?

    Quote Originally Posted by Drexl View Post
    Stasio, do you happen to know about a version of the B2 -> B3 BIOS but for the GA-P67a-UD3P?
    B2 -> B3 BIOS F9 for GA-P67a-UD3P

    https://www.mediafire.com/?0ap1z56l6x78bpq

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    Default Re: Can I use a Rev. B3 BIOS on a P67 UD4 B2 board?

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    B2 -> B3 BIOS F9 for GA-P67a-UD3Phttps://www.mediafire.com/?0ap1z56l6x78bpqHow to flash....post #3
    Thank you very much!

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    Default Re: Can I use a Rev. B3 BIOS on a P67 UD4 B2 board?

    Quote Originally Posted by Drexl View Post
    Thank you very much!
    No problem,let me know how is going.
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