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Originally Posted by roxxphatcox View Post

I5 2500k , cold boot always goes haywire and into a boot loop (between 5-20 boots before I must either load optimized def or enter bios)
Regardless of Bios version.

having similar problems too, sometimes my pc will boot loop 2~4 times before i can enter windows,do not need to load optimized default or enter bios for me.
on latest bios f9 for 77x-d3h i5 2500k.
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so both of you have D3H?
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Sin0822 - I'm still having "sleep" issues with my 2500K in UD5H, BIOS official F8, Win7 64 bit.

The only way I can wake the machine is by pressing the "Power" button. This always makes it restart a couple of times, then it goes through the BIOS splash screen and sometimes awakes properly in Windows. Most times it fails though.
I've not got any add-on cards installed, and no overclocking at the moment. All drivers are the latest.
Apart from the sleep issue, it seems completely robust.

Is it worth trying a newer beta BIOS? None of the earlier ones seem to make any improvement.
Is there any possibility that my power supply could affect this issue?

Thanks for your advice!
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Sin0822 - I'm still having "sleep" issues with my 2500K in UD5H, BIOS official F8, Win7 64 bit.
The only way I can wake the machine is by pressing the "Power" button. This always makes it restart a couple of times, then it goes through the BIOS splash screen and sometimes awakes properly in Windows. Most times it fails though.
I've not got any add-on cards installed, and no overclocking at the moment. All drivers are the latest.
Apart from the sleep issue, it seems completely robust.
Is it worth trying a newer beta BIOS? None of the earlier ones seem to make any improvement.
Is there any possibility that my power supply could affect this issue?
Thanks for your advice!
Try F9E and turn off CPu PLL Overvoltage(disable it)
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Try F9E and turn off CPu PLL Overvoltage(disable it)
OK, will try. Thanks for the quick reply, much appreciated!
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no. TT forums is GB's official USA forums. You cannot make your own BIOS, you can mod it to add in new firmware for devices like LAN or SATA controllers, but you cannot make a counterfeit BIOS, and no one who has the ability to mod them would do something like that.

Thanks,
I will say I have had conversations with two Gigabyte phone techs and they deny any affiliation with Tweak Town and have no inkling of the BIOS files posted there. stun.gif
It was enough for me to change the subject in fear they would go after my warranty if they got wind of me trying anything outside of F4 & F8.
    
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having similar problems too, sometimes my pc will boot loop 2~4 times before i can enter windows,do not need to load optimized default or enter bios for me.
on latest bios f9 for 77x-d3h i5 2500k.

In case no one has suggested it, try cold booting with just a mouse and keyboard attached. I have a eSATA device causing me cold boot blues.
    
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Thank you.

My Z77X-UD5H shipped with F6, I updated immediately to F8. Had problem saving memory timings and boot sequence so I loaded F9d from tweaktown.com through some non-nondescript URL in mediafire.com

If these are Gigabyte genuine BIOS why don't they distribute them through their website?????

I presume the BIOS installer checks the file and would not install it if it wasn't kosher. But why is Gigabyte doing this? It's hurting their reputation.
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Thank you.
My Z77X-UD5H shipped with F6, I updated immediately to F8. Had problem saving memory timings and boot sequence so I loaded F9d from tweaktown.com through some non-nondescript URL in mediafire.com
If these are Gigabyte genuine BIOS why don't they distribute them through their website?????
I presume the BIOS installer checks the file and would not install it if it wasn't kosher. But why is Gigabyte doing this? It's hurting their reputation.

Gigabyte will post a BETA on their site, I have seen them, but if you contact tech support via email or phone they do not knowledge the TT site or any of it's beta's. Whats going on behind the scenes there is unknown to me but as far as tech Gigabyte support, they have no idea.

I'm not doubting some kind of affiliation with TT & Gigabyte, just stating what I found while on a long session with a phone tech that ended up with them recommending I RMA the board.

I called them while on F8. after a while I asked "What about the 9c Beta BIOS? Do you want to try it?" I ended up on hold while he asked about it and then answering questions as to what I was talking about. They had no clue about them or TT. So.............

I want to make sure any readers here know I am not calling BS on TT, I have been a member there for years and have seen some very happy campers from the BIOS files they post there.
    
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*** F9f no more abnormal voltage reading..no extra benchmark option under misc menu. Option for enabling or disabling PLL not present. Q-flash working, profiles saving loading etc working.
Samsung green voltage detected 1.524 prev F9e detected correct 1.35 (no biggy)

Extra option added to force to pcix4

Dialed in settings booted 1st time . I just hope boot loop issues are sorted fingers crossed.
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