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P67A-UD7 LLC issue

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I bought a new 840 pro SSD and decide to update the whole system in the process. Well after the BIOS update to F7 my LLC and vcore in general is all over the freakin place! If I set the vcore to 1.365 and LLC 1, the vcore bounces from 1.355 - 1.293 which crashes the system. My old OC setting for 4.5ghz was "auto" and LLC 1 which kept the vcore at 0.9 when non turbo and a super stable 1.365 on full burn. The only thing that makes the system stable now is LLC 6 and vcore to 1.370. The vcore reading at that level are 1.356 - 1.392 but holds 1.380 at full burn and dips to 1.368 every now and then. The original BIOS file I did back up, however when I went to try and re-load it the system said the file was corrupt, then it stated it was the wrong file type on a second try. I have also tried every other official BIOS version from Gigabyte and I've tried to find the legendary F3h but no one seems to have it anymore. I have spent the past two weeks trying to make since of this and I've read tons of posts on this board, but unfortunately there doesn't seem to be any conclusion other than the BIOS is directly responsible for LLC.

So my question is, is the board now crap and needs a RMA or will this be fine to run my 2600K on 24/7 like I was doing? I really don't want to burn the chip out due to electronic migration from a crappy LLC. I'm on water so temps aren't an issue.

or

Does anyone have the original F3h BIOS they can email me? I really like this board and have water blocks for it, so I'm not wanting to get rid of it unless I need to.
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Look here.

The link seems to be dead, but try to PM Stasio.
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Samsung 830 Western Digital WD1001FALS Samsung HD753LJ ST3300822AS 
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Western Digital RED 3 TB Custom Loop Lamptron FC Touch Windows 8.1 update 1 Professional 
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