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Well, my K7 arrived like that. You just have to remember to try things before saying "it's dead" wink.gif

 

I can vouch with regards to that.

 

First I forgot I tried a B350 mobo before the Gaming K7 so there were extra standoffs shorting the board.

 

And then after that, I realized to get it to send a picture through the monitor, I had to put my GTX 1070 in the 2nd PCIe slot. Don't ask my why, but I swear that worked! Once I tweaked all of the BIOS settings I put it back in the 1st PCIe slot and it was fine.

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Anyone try changing the LED's using your phone? How does that work exactly?
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Tried the settings above. Voltage stays fixed at 1.4v @4Ghz. Any ideas? Which LLC is recommended?

Max out llc if you're using it.
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Anyone try changing the LED's using your phone? How does that work exactly?

I tried. Couldn't get it to work.
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post #684 of 1642
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Well, my K7 arrived like that. You just have to remember to try things before saying "it's dead" wink.gif

Try things? What should i try more?

I did everthing i could. Switch BIOS, disconnect everything, remove and mount the cpu again, etc...its dead, there is no way it will boot.

Or do you know some trick?
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Try things? What should i try more?

I did everthing i could. Switch BIOS, disconnect everything, remove and mount the cpu again, etc...its dead, there is no way it will boot.

Or do you know some trick?

Did you remove the CMOS battery and short the terminals? That worked for me when this happened.

The CPU has what I'll loosely call BIOS on-board itself, and clearing that out requires removing the CMOS battery.

At least that's my understanding. I'm no electrical engineer.
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Did try the F3e bios , and able to run it on rated clock speed . 3200Mhz with 3.85 GHz @ 1.368 - 1.380v . Happy . LOL

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Did try the F3e bios , and able to run it on rated clock speed . 3200Mhz with 3.85 GHz @ 1.368 - 1.380v . Happy . LOL


Is the F3e bios newer or older than F3 official?

I can't tell if it is the beta bios of the F3 before they released F3 oficially? or if it is a later revisioned F3.
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Is the F3e bios newer or older than F3 official?

I can't tell if it is the beta bios of the F3 before they released F3 oficially? or if it is a later revisioned F3.

Its is a beta bios , unofficial, you can get it here. http://forum.gigabyte.us/thread/886/am4-beta-bios-thread.
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@mus1mus

Do you know precisely what the DualBIOS on this board actually does?

On my P67-UD5 Gigabyte board it will just copy over the backup BIOS to the main BIOS if it detects an issue (kind of a pain when overclocking to be honest...).

Does it work similarly here? Any disadvantages to running single BIOS full-time if you're comfortable manually moving over the switch in the event of BIOS failure?
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Anyone try changing the LED's using your phone? How does that work exactly?

I did, because it's so silly I had to try it. It works fine, a bit slow though. You need to set a password in the RGB Fusion app. I also believe you have to be on the same LAN network.
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