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Pardon the repeating of the information for those of you that have been keeping an eye on my other EP35-DS3L thread. I thought a new thread that might be more google-able, if that is a word, to help other EP35-DS3L users would be beneficial. Here is a link to the F5c Beta Bios.

I flashed to the beta bios and it solved my issue I was having with the Vcore reverting to the default Vcore and needing a clearing of the CMOS to correct it. It was stuck at default and when I flashed the bios I was able to adjust the Vcore and it has not reverted to the default voltage. The EIST function disappearing that also was an issue with this motherboard seems to be solved with this Beta Bios.

Look at your users manual to learn about flashing your Gigabyte board. With flashing your bios there is always a risk, so only flash if it is absolutely necessary. Make sure you have a copy of the F4 bios on hand too, just in case.
Edited by euphoricmix - 6/9/08 at 7:17pm
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
WD 400GB / Seagate 80GB Asus 18X DVD-Burner Vista Ultimate 32-bit KDS 22" LCD 
PowerCaseMouse
Mushkin 550W Antec P180B Logitech Mx500 
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