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are the F11 bios for the Z77 UD3H any good??

Im using it and I dont see any issues with it so far. Although, I didnt have any issues with the older ones either...
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Yeah, I was wondering about how to clear the CMOS. There is no instructions in the manual.
So, when i had undervoltage during my voyage up to 4.8ghz I had my BIOS freeze a couple times and I couldnt use it long enough to give it more voltage, so I was forced to do a CMOS clear. BUT, didnt know how. I know that there is a button on the motherboard, but do you press it during the freeze or reboot and then press it or have the power off and then press it?
I tried pressing it during the freeze first and it cleared it ok, i think. smile.gif
you can press the button when the system is off, but also when it is on you can press it if you really want, but ima recommend doing it when the system is off.
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I've always turned off the power supply on the back before clearing cmos.

Some mobos can only be cleared with that switch off.
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Woot! All done with my build. (Lent my buddy my video card for a bit as for now Im just using it for music) !!! thumb.gif

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post #2055 of 6656
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Originally Posted by sixor View Post

holy sweet mother of god
i did that and the stupid mobo turned on XD
i only have the mobo, ram, cpu without cooler outside of case, but it became alive, wow just wow,
i need to put hyper212plus ASAP and test all, will come back
thanks a lot

I had suggested that you do a cmos reset but was not very clear on how. Yeah, when things get that bad you should do a full cmos reset pretty much how you did it. I hate how Gigabyte has put the cmos battery under the gpu card but I guess they had to put it somewhere.

To add to the full cmos reset procedure you should have board out of case on cardboard or antistatic bag that came with board and everything disconnected except for power source. turn power source off at the power unit. pull cmos battery out and fip over and reinstall. while shorting the cmos jumper pins (see manual) hold down the power on switch on the mobo to discharge all the power in capacitors. I have seen varying amount of time to hold in this position but at least for a full minute or up to 5 min. flip battery back over and reinstall, and reconnect just the bare minimum devices (i.e., one stick of ram, OS drive, gpu, mouse, keyboard, monitor, power) while still out of case. fire back up and immediately go into bios and load optimized defaults, save and exit. Again, my apologies as I thought you knew all of this.

It is still a good idea that you are getting replaced because I think there is something wrong with your board. Good luck and now at least you have got a working system again. smile.gif
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Looking at the white paint in the case has me wanting that. I like the black outside but the white inside makes for better visibility. Nice. Next time I do a MoBo pull or build I'll be painting the inside of the case white.
    
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I want to report I have ran the BETA F9c BIOS for 24 hours. I did notice some uncalled for reboots just before or during a sleep and the event viewer is loaded with warnings and errors including a controller error for my #5 storage drive.

After reverting back to F8 the event logs have been quiet. I'll not be trying another BETA BIOS.

Some samples.

  • Critical: The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly.
  • Error: The driver detected a controller error on \Device\Harddisk5\DR5.
  • WHEA-Logger: A corrected hardware error has occurred.

Reported by component: Processor Core
Error Source: Corrected Machine Check
Error Type: Internal parity error
Processor ID: 4

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Looking at the white paint in the case has me wanting that. I like the black outside but the white inside makes for better visibility. Nice. Next time I do a MoBo pull or build I'll be painting the inside of the case white.

Thanks ya I love it to, it's a NZXT H2 Case. Now if only I could get some white sata cables :biggrin.gif
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you can press the button when the system is off, but also when it is on you can press it if you really want, but ima recommend doing it when the system is off.
ok cool. I am getting mines today or tomorrow so wanted to have everything up to date.
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I had suggested that you do a cmos reset but was not very clear on how. Yeah, when things get that bad you should do a full cmos reset pretty much how you did it. I hate how Gigabyte has put the cmos battery under the gpu card but I guess they had to put it somewhere.
To add to the full cmos reset procedure you should have board out of case on cardboard or antistatic bag that came with board and everything disconnected except for power source. turn power source off at the power unit. pull cmos battery out and fip over and reinstall. while shorting the cmos jumper pins (see manual) hold down the power on switch on the mobo to discharge all the power in capacitors. I have seen varying amount of time to hold in this position but at least for a full minute or up to 5 min. flip battery back over and reinstall, and reconnect just the bare minimum devices (i.e., one stick of ram, OS drive, gpu, mouse, keyboard, monitor, power) while still out of case. fire back up and immediately go into bios and load optimized defaults, save and exit. Again, my apologies as I thought you knew all of this.
It is still a good idea that you are getting replaced because I think there is something wrong with your board. Good luck and now at least you have got a working system again. smile.gif

yes, i had the mobo out of the case, unplugged everything but the cpu, unplugged power cords, had it 1 hour in the antistatic bag, push the clear cmos button like hundreds of times, flipped bios, clear cmos by jumper, nothing worked

until i did what sin said, cut the power, remove battery, i don´t know if i did the short in the right way, i just touched both battery connectors with a screwdriver while pressing some seconds the clearcmos buttton, then put the battery, power cord, and bymagic the power button on the board was lit, i pushed it and the board turned on, i quickly turned off since the cpu had no cooler

i rearmed the pc again, configured the bios, and everything is nice again, will torture the board just in case, what do you suggest? to put pressure on the board? tons of prime or anything else?
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