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Thread: GA-X58A-UD3R Overclocking problems with different BIOS

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    bio13530 is offline Junior Member
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    Default GA-X58A-UD3R Overclocking problems with different BIOS

    Hi everyone,
    first thanks for this place, it's wonderful to see how much people can be passionate by their hardware.
    Secondly, excuse me for my english i'm a french baguette and i haven't studied english enough to write it perfectly.

    Now here's the problem i've a X58A-UD3R V2.0 (FB Bios) paired with a x5650 OC @4Ghz / QPI=1.36; BCLK=183mHZ; cpuV=1.28 with HT on

    i want to update bios because i want to use VT-D technology, only Fh1 bios from Gigabyte Techs support this features.

    So i flashed Fh1 Bios through @Bios (i know it's bad), flash was ok and my system boot with any problem but i can't overclock anymore every option i touch make the system unstable and dont boot (like simply decrease ram freq make the system unstable).

    i tried other bios, they do same thing no overclock.

    I can overclocking ONLY with FB Bios

    thank you for your help

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    Dec 2010
    Near Toronto but not in it

    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD3R Overclocking problems with different BIOS

    I've had the @Bios break Overclocking on my X58A-UD5. you need to try re-flashing the board. Try Q-Flash from the bios. This is what I generally use. download the Bios file to a USB stick formated as FAT16. Boot the PC with the USB stick connected. then enter the bios and select Q-Flash. browse to the bios file on the USB Stick and load it.

    the other alternative would be to create a DOS boot USB and update it in a DOS interface.


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