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post #81 of 6656
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New Z77 BIOS' will be on TT forum in 30 minutes time.
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Just woke up and am going to try F6g
post #82 of 6656
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Just woke up and am going to try F6g

Tested Sleep mode, that doesn't work. It fails differently now though. It came out of sleep with a x16 multi, under stress it bumped up to 3.4GHz. Before it put my OC to a 35 multi and held it. I will get home later and test if the boot issues are fixed.
Thanks for all the help guys!
post #83 of 6656
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this might not be the fixing BIOS, or it might be. i was told fixes SB OC issues.

Sleep with SB and OC still doesn't work, but with ivy I am pretty sure it works, however that isn't on the top of the list.
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this isn't the fixing BIOS, so don't flash to it if you don't need too. I will let you know when the quasi boot loop/boot failure BIOS is released, i think it is probably going through validation now. However the issue will be fixed soon, i know this for a fact, hopefully new BIOSes will release tomorrow or the next day.
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post #85 of 6656
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this isn't the fixing BIOS, so don't flash to it if you don't need too. I will let you know when the quasi boot loop/boot failure BIOS is released, i think it is probably going through validation now. However the issue will be fixed soon, i know this for a fact, hopefully new BIOSes will release tomorrow or the next day.

Thanks! Glad to know they are working on the issues, and thanks for keeping us updated on the situation. Also, glad to report the CPUz posted yesterday works perfectly with my UD5H smile.gif
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Weird issue installing Win 7 X64. When Win 7 (normal) reboots (like 2-3 times during a install) The board doesn't like that and comes up boot failure detected. thinking.gif
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I have tried to replicate some of the issues people are seeing here and have not been successful.
Cold boots, resets, all work with no error messages and no reduction in overclock. Still on F4 bios and will remain with it until issues arise.
The only thing that I noticed is when a BSOD occurs, (I forced an occurance), The board does give an overclocked failed message upon reboot. I always set my system to never restart automatically.

You don't have a problem when you return from sleep mode? I am now convinced the "problems" i was having with cold booting is a known issue which isn't causing any real world problems, just a pain. But my problem with sleep mode is an actual problem which really annoys me. You don't have an issue with your overclock changing on its own when you return from sleep mode?
post #88 of 6656
I got a reply from Gigabyte support concerning the mouse not working properly in the BIOS.

Sadly, it looks like they did not understand the issue: "The bios should not effect the mouse, any overclocking being applied? If so if you restore it back to factory default spec does it exhibit the same results?". I've updated the issue...

Hopefully this will get resolved at some point.
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My rig failed IBT with my ram @ 1866. I am using 4x4g in all the dimm slots. Any way I can get these stable? I am using XMP profile atm.
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post #90 of 6656
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okay first off, chrisB17 like iw rote earlier if you restart either by button or by software two times in a row(opposed to total shut down and turn on) then there will be a boot failure with sandy bridge where you will still be running at your OC speed however you need to go back into the BIOS "hit enter BIOS option" under boot failure menu, and just hit F10.. However when they release the fixing BIOS, this 2x restart issue as well as the quasi boot loop which actually just recovers itself perfectly, will both be solved at once. I know. Those two as well as mouse are the biggest issues.

The sleep issue has to do with CPU PLL overvoltage and sandy bridge, now on these boards you see there is no cpu pll overvoltage option, that is because they have it so that it automatically engages at ratios of 40x and higher, or it might be 42x. I will see if they can make it available so that users like you who want to sleep can use it.

The mouse issue however has been reported, if you tell me what mouse you have i will report it. however it seems like a lot of gaming mice lost some type of support in the BIOS they will work on this.

Lol that tech report guys answer is funny, but he is right, you have no idea what people do. Just tell him you are at factory defaults if you are.
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