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Thread: RE: GA-Z68X-UD7 B3 F10 bios FULL Beta bios worked better IMO but not as stable...




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    Jason A Thomas is offline Junior Member
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    Exclamation RE: GA-Z68X-UD7 B3 F10 bios FULL Beta bios worked better IMO but not as stable...

    I have found the BIOS updates hit and miss from day dot..
    Started with F1 iirc and it worked well but from update to update things where ether broken fixed then re-broken and this isn't a cheep board not very impressed..

    Anyway I contacted GB support after there forums staff told me to tell GB about the ISSUE with setting Manual ram timings just to get a dumb ass reply saying that over clocking isn't supported but I was only trying to point out a problem not ask for help as such but it would be nice if the problem was fixed it's been on going with some bios's working and some not..

    OK the problem---

    F10B (Beta) I can manually set the XMP ram timing profile in the advanced timing section of the bios and all works great and the system is stable
    F10 (Full) I set the exact same timings and the Computer won't post it then restart's and set's the timing's to the non XMP profile, load the XMP profile and it work's but use the exact same setting's manually and it wont post this feature has worked in previous version then an update break's it then it's fixed and then broken, ATM with F10 it's broken but the F10 Beta is fine what gives come on GB get your act together this is a highend board and should get updates yet I see other lower end boards getting more updates even UEFI bios's...

    Waiting to see what F11 brings to the table i see it's in Beta.....

    Would you PLZ test the manual setting's on this board (load XMP profile then manually set them exactly as they appear for the XMP profile and see if it still post)
    It's a great board but the bios has been frustrating...

    PS I think more testing on some features should be carried out before a new BIOS is released.. At least F10's stability is better with over clocking...... but all the above was well before I even started OC-ing the CPU past is stock clock's

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    Default Re: GA-Z68X-UD7 B3 F10 bios FULL Beta bios worked better IMO but not as stable...

    what cpu vtt and dram voltages did you test with? each bios will be slightly different in how much or less voltage is needed,so basically you have to tweak or re do your overclock with each bios version to get the best stability
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