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Same here, I reported few pages back. Although flash drives don't get recognized in frontal USB 2.0 ports only, everywhere is OK.

Thanks for that bit of information. I didn't even think about my back ports lol.

Sin, I didn't flash from the port, I used @BIOS since I couldn't figure out why the bios couldn't see my drive before the OC vs non-OCed discovery.
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you should always flash when you are not OCed lol. Can you try a clean flash from the BIOS. This time after the flash go back into the BIOS and load optimized defaults and reboot?
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Did anybody notice that the bios no longer recognizes your USB flash drive when OCing?
After a fresh load of the new bios it sees my flash drive, but once I change to my OC settings it no longer recognizes it.

I always have to use my rear 2.0 ports when flashing a new bios. My front usb's 2.0/3.0 never work. Same on f5, f6, and f7.
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you should always flash when you are not OCed lol. Can you try a clean flash from the BIOS. This time after the flash go back into the BIOS and load optimized defaults and reboot?

I have done that. Still after OC, those ports are unavailable. And I need to plug flash drive not only to flash bios, but as well as to make screenshots and save profiles, so... loading optimized defaults to get them working is not the option.
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I have done that. Still after OC, those ports are unavailable. And I need to plug flash drive not only to flash bios, but as well as to make screenshots and save profiles, so... loading optimized defaults to get them working is not the option.

That's the reason I was trying to use my flash drive, to take screenshots and save my profiles. Anyway, using the back ports works great. Thanks again!

Sin, thanks for the tip. Luckily nothing detrimental has occurred "knock on wood" when I flashed with @BIOS while OCed. Everything is running well, but I'll remember in the future to go back to default before flashing and i'll use QFlash next time since I know the back ports work.
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hi poly,
so i just set it to normal and the dvid to +.09, however, the vcore in cpuz is at 1.32, way higher than what my hsf can handle at the moment. any suggestions on how to make it lower?


Ok, if your LLC is set to "normal" then do the following. If it is not set to "normal" then set it to normal and run your tests again. Setting LLC higher with dynamic voltage seems to spike my voltage way higher than I want it to go, so i put it on "normal" which doesn't do anything but droop a bit.


try .085, .080, .075, .070, 0.65 over and over until its not too hot and doesn't bluescreen or crash. Just keep walking the dynamic voltage down while successful.

Once you get the overclock close to staying under 80 start looking at dropping your PLL voltage. I know it is not supposed to change temps, but it seems to do it be a degree or two (at load) for me.
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I always have to use my rear 2.0 ports when flashing a new bios. My front usb's 2.0/3.0 never work. Same on f5, f6, and f7.

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Originally Posted by DeXel View Post

I have done that. Still after OC, those ports are unavailable. And I need to plug flash drive not only to flash bios, but as well as to make screenshots and save profiles, so... loading optimized defaults to get them working is not the option.

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That's the reason I was trying to use my flash drive, to take screenshots and save my profiles. Anyway, using the back ports works great. Thanks again!
Sin, thanks for the tip. Luckily nothing detrimental has occurred "knock on wood" when I flashed with @BIOS while OCed. Everything is running well, but I'll remember in the future to go back to default before flashing and i'll use QFlash next time since I know the back ports work.

Flahing the BIOS is a pretty big deal, now we have dual BIOS as well as the manual switch on the UD3H and the UD5H and on the G1.Sniper 3 as well, so we don't really need to worry about the BIOS corrupting from a flash. but the truth is normal consumers freak out, so GB has made it so that when users flash they should use the physical ports which GB knows are properly powered and correctly situated. That is why you need to flash from the back ports.

However I will report that the front ports don't work at all, right?
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Flahing the BIOS is a pretty big deal, now we have dual BIOS as well as the manual switch on the UD3H and the UD5H and on the G1.Sniper 3 as well, so we don't really need to worry about the BIOS corrupting from a flash. but the truth is normal consumers freak out, so GB has made it so that when users flash they should use the physical ports which GB knows are properly powered and correctly situated. That is why you need to flash from the back ports.
However I will report that the front ports don't work at all, right?

Correct, Sin. The front ports, both 2.0 and 3.0 won't recognized a usb drive to flash the bios. Again, this is for me on all non-beta releases, f5, f6 and f7. If I plug the stick into the rear usb 2.0 port it sees the stick no problem. Front usbs = no go. I am positive of this.

Thanks again for all your work.
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However I will report that the front ports don't work at all, right?

USB 3.0 header powered by Intel works for me. I haven't checked the other two (VIA VL810) headers, but since rear powered usb 3.0 are also using VIA VL810, I think they will work.

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Sin, I asked this question earlier but it might have been missed.

Can you recover/restore a BIOS from the secondary? For example, if BIOS 1 is corrupt, can I switch to BIOS 2 and reflash BIOS 1? Just curious. Thanks
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