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Gigabyte GA-X79-UD3 wont save overclock.

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Anybody know why my motherboard all of a sudden wont save my overclock. the pc runs fine, its not crashing or reverting back to standard. It just wont save.....


Any Ideas people???

Gigabyte GA-X79-UD3
i7 3930k

This is not a new build, it has been running for a while. I just added another watercooling loop to the vid cards. no new hardware
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Try reflashing the bios again or an earlier version of it.
With my mobo, passed another thing, with the newest bioses wasn't stable, so i did flash an older one, and now runs nice at 4.9 ghz
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yeah im in a bit of a pigeon hole here, i cant go any earlier than F13 or the board doesnt accept 700 series Nvidia cards. problem is, any higher than F13 and i cant flash from the BIOS menu at boot as it says my Q-Flash utility is out of date... only way to update that is flashing from @BIOS in Windows. DO NOT, do that. not without a dual-BIOS board.

im running F13a now and yeah after trying to flash higher via windows, killing the flash, then recovering the BIOS from the backup, went back to F13a again just so i could get it running, then for poops and giggles OCd back to what i had it at before, 4.2ghz @ 1.3v .. now its accepting it?

so i dunno, all i know is, my PC is now back up and running and im not touching a thing tongue.gif just wanna OC the GPUs when i can be bothered, as they are sitting @ 25c each on idle, with a +100mhz core and +200mhz RAM overclock already.
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