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UD7 F7F bios has set one core per-compute.
Not just compute unit disable.

Wot?
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UD7 F7F bios has set one core per-compute.
Not just compute unit disable.

Wot?

ok normal stetting 8 threads 4 modules

Set one core per module-4 threads. 4 modules.


the core control disables modules instead of cores. a "compute" is a module.

disable compute 2-3
disable compute 4-5
disable compute 6-7
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i downloaded the F5 Bios for my 990fxa-ud3, but i dont know how to install it, the program it came with claims it cant run on 64bit system? what do i need to do?
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i downloaded the F5 Bios for my 990fxa-ud3, but i dont know how to install it, the program it came with claims it cant run on 64bit system? what do i need to do?

download @bios from gigabyte, then set it to install from file.
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my 990fxa-ud3 is rev 1.1 . ill attempt updating the BIOS to F5 tommorow. im running prime95 to test my 3.3ghz overclock (stock voltages so far)
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my 990fxa-ud3 is rev 1.1 . ill attempt updating the BIOS to F5 tommorow. im running prime95 to test my 3.3ghz overclock (stock voltages so far)

With my UD3 board the F5 BIOS was more stable than other versions. I would jump BIOS then do your overcocking.
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Add me to the club, have UD3 with a 965. Currently have it at 3.825Ghz and 1.36v. This being my first AMD rig, all I did was jump the multi, didn't mess with the volts or fsb. Speaking of which, how does the fsb/northbridge/ram speed work on am AMD rig? My last computer was a 775 intel, which was as easy as bump fsb/voltage until it crashes. Now I have all these other adjustables, and no idea what to do with them.
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Marshmellow17, just start with the multi and bump up the voltage a little bit. That processor should be able to hit at least 4.0.
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So..

Can anyone give some feedback regarding version F7 BIOS on the UD7 board?

Just reinstalled Win7 and cleared CMOS FYI.
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Add me to the club, have UD3 with a 965. Currently have it at 3.825Ghz and 1.36v. This being my first AMD rig, all I did was jump the multi, didn't mess with the volts or fsb. Speaking of which, how does the fsb/northbridge/ram speed work on am AMD rig? My last computer was a 775 intel, which was as easy as bump fsb/voltage until it crashes. Now I have all these other adjustables, and no idea what to do with them.

Leave RAM at stock. Bump the Vcore voltage up some. Maby try 1.45v. Also a note if your new to OC'ing an AMD rig, bump up the NB freq. your going to want it at at least 2600. Higher is better! Here are my oc settings. They are very very basic, but very very stable.

CPU Bus: 200
CPU multi: 20.0
Vcore: 1.450
CPU/NB: 2600
CPU/NB Voltage: 1.35

If that is stable, then you can do one of two things. Try to lower your voltage down as low as you can, or you can try to push past 4.0 on the CPU and push as close to 3000 on the NB as you can get. Good luck!
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