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Poll Results: Which model do you own?

 
  • 3% (14)
    Z87X-UD7 TH
  • 0% (3)
    Z87X-UD5 TH
  • 13% (50)
    Z87X-UD5H
  • 27% (99)
    Z87X-UD4H
  • 25% (91)
    Z87X-UD3H
  • 6% (25)
    Z87X-D3H
  • 1% (4)
    Z87-D3HP/HD3
  • 2% (10)
    Z87M/MX-HD3/D3H
  • 5% (20)
    Sniper Series
  • 13% (48)
    OC Series
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post #1691 of 1852
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yes if you have trouble getting in, wait until you see the post Code 62 come up and then hit delete over and over.
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Or install a post speaker and listen for the beep, then press delete.
post #1693 of 1852
concerning the splash screen length of time, I checked the bios and the box "fast boot" was already disabled. So I enabled it and rebooted. I then rebooted again and disabled the fast boot option and all is back to normal. The gigabyt flash screen stays on longer now.
post #1694 of 1852
I am an owner of a gigabyte z87m-d3h motherboard. While i had an open cooler gtx660ti my PCH temp used to be around 42-43 celsius at idle because the card was cooling it. We are talking about the small northbridge cooler. Now it is around 52-53 celsius because i now have a stock cooler gtx680 witch does now blow air over the PCH.
The cooler on it is really small. Is this temp dangerous or normal?
post #1695 of 1852
I have also one of these boards.

On my board the PCH goes as high as 60.

I have no GFX card, just the Intel 4600 from the i3.

I am also a bit concerned about it. Nevertheless the board seems to be running since 6 months without major problems. However, the board seems to be unstable if I plug the HDD in SATA1 (i get occasional BSODS with IO related bugchecks). If I move it to SATA2, it seems to have no more problems. I do not know if that is conencted in any way to the temperature of the PCH
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post #1696 of 1852
The newer round of bios' have to be flashed with @bios. (or efi)
The problem is, if you don't like it or it causes problems like it did for me you have to take steps to get rid of it. For some reason after a while I was unable to boot into Windows on the new bios so I could not use @bios to change it.

I had flashed the new F9 to the main bios on my UD5H, and I left F8 on my backup. So what I did was boot up with the backup bios and hit Ctrl + F10, and this "swapped" the main and backup bios. Then all I had to do was throw the bios switch back to the main bios, boot up, and hit Alt + F10 and this overwrote the "bad" F9 bios with a copy of the F8 bios. Now if the system needs a fresh copy of a known good bios the F9 will no longer be there.

Make sense? lol.

It's strange that the F9 worked well for a few days but suddenly it went south. Oh well, F8 works fine for me. thumb.gif
Edited by mandrix - 3/30/14 at 4:04pm
post #1697 of 1852
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Originally Posted by aveamurechi View Post

I have also one of these boards.

On my board the PCH goes as high as 60.

I have no GFX card, just the Intel 4600 from the i3.

I am also a bit concerned about it. Nevertheless the board seems to be running since 6 months without major problems. However, the board seems to be unstable if I plug the HDD in SATA1 (i get occasional BSODS with IO related bugchecks). If I move it to SATA2, it seems to have no more problems. I do not know if that is conencted in any way to the temperature of the PCH

Well if gigabyte predicted a cooler that big to be okay, i guess i shouldn't worry then. My sata ports work fine biggrin.gif
post #1698 of 1852
There is an old efiflash version in UD4H F9 bios thats why you can only update Bios via @bios.
It should work with efiflash version 0.38 and Qflash.
Here is the Link: http://www.share-online.biz/dl/IV0WA83NHN
post #1699 of 1852
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Originally Posted by Alxx View Post

There is an old efiflash version in UD4H F9 bios thats why you can only update Bios via @bios.
It should work with efiflash version 0.38 and Qflash.
Here is the Link: http://www.share-online.biz/dl/IV0WA83NHN
Don't giving wrong info.........
There is (added) new Efiflash in BIOS....ver.0.42.
Q-Flash didn't work (yet).
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post #1700 of 1852
He's right that the efiflash that comes in the zip file doesn't work though. I had the same problem with the UD3H one. Unless they fixed it since I downloaded it on Friday.
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