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post #11 of 20
Well Gigabyte lists the 760 supported on that board since bios version F5.

So try flashing. Put in the 650, download the latest bios (F10) and do a bios flash.

Its really simple, gigabyte bios flashes are done from windows...

Make sure you use the correct version, that board has 2 Rev # Rev 1.0 - Rev 2.0...

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3311# - 1.0

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3440#ov - 2.0
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post #13 of 20
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Right - I have the Flash .exe downloaded and extracted.

Double-click to run, immediately stops responding (before it even properly fires up, CMD box appears, then dead) and prompts me to close the programme.

Am I doin' it wrong?
post #14 of 20
I think there's something with the motherboard as it isn't giving you access to the BIOS
    
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Sounds like what Omar said...

So am I interpreting your posts correctly that you have 2 different boards with the same issue?
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post #16 of 20
Yep. It's sounding like a bios issue. IMO, tripple check your bios model, and update with the latest version.
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post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by 10acjed;11903370 
Sounds like what Omar said...

So am I interpreting your posts correctly that you have 2 different boards with the same issue?

Yeah, but they're identical boards - GA-P55-USB3, but they're only flashed to factory standard. I think it's just BIOS.

But sitting here with the F9 flash for my board, and when I run it, it immediately stops responding. I'm honestly at a loss. Is it reacting badly to having programmes open, perhaps?
post #18 of 20
dont attempt a flash while in windows. you have to do flash through the bios. I believe you press f9 after posting, and make sure you have the bios loaded on a flash drive. From there you search for the bios on the flash drive and it will flash it. Either way, I have the exact same board (I have revision 2, perhaps you have revision 1), and it came with native support for the 760 even with the old bios.

Edit: Am I understanding this correctly: You tried two different 760 chips on two separate boards and neither displayed any signal on your monitor? The only thing I can think of is perhaps the processor is not seated correctly or the pins or bent or perhaps some sort of conductivity issue is occurring on the underside of your processor (lint or something?).
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I have two different 760s, two different P55-USB3 (Rev. 2)'s, and essentially I'm getting the same display issues with any combination thereof.

If yours came with native support, logically so should mine. How long ago did you get yours? Mine is <4 months.

Thinking it's time to send the 760s back as DoA.
post #20 of 20
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mugz;11907935 
I have two different 760s, two different P55-USB3 (Rev. 2)'s, and essentially I'm getting the same display issues with any combination thereof.

If yours came with native support, logically so should mine. How long ago did you get yours? Mine is <4 months.

Thinking it's time to send the 760s back as DoA.

Yup... both P55's work with the 650 but not with the 760's Id say the 760's are bad...

Maybe they got messed up in shipping somehow? Who really knows..


But right now I think your just spinning your wheels...
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