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P67A-UD5 Owners Club


Welcome to the Gigabyte P67A-UD5 Owners Club. The club thread is still in its beta right now, and you will notice it is missing a lot of info. So please be patient and more info will be updated as we go, along with a creation of the club banner, members list and images.


.-Purpose-.

The purpose of this club is for P67A-UD5 owners to have a central hub of information and fellowship. The P67A-UD5 board is still new and there is constantly new bios and new information coming in daily, the goal of this thread is to keep you informed of the advances of this board, and to help you get the most out of your motherboard As well as have a place to share our experiences with what works and what doesn’t.

.-Content-.

The plan is to have all the information you need at your fingertips, which will include the latest bios updates, overclocking guides, reviews, screenshots, and any general information we can get our hands on!



@Bios Updating Tool - Latest Version: B10.1201.1 - 2.97 MB - 2010/12/07 - Download Link
  • F6C - 1.45 MB - 2011/01/17 - Download Link - Features: Update on prev. beta bios.
    * Please use the latest @BIOS or FLASHSPI.EXE to reflash BIOS
  • F6A - 1.58 MB - 2011/01/11 - Download Link - Features: Beta BIOS - Support "Internal CPU PLL Overvoltage" * Please use the latest @BIOS or FLASHSPI.EXE to reflash BIOS
  • F5 - 1.58 MB - 2011/01/07 - Download Link - Features: 1.3TB+ HDD support
    * Please use the latest @BIOS or FLASHSPI.EXE to reflash BIOS
  • F3 - 1.26 MB - 2010/11/25 - Download Link - Features: Enhance DDR compatibility
  • F2 - 1.26 MB - 2010/10/28 - Download Link - Features: First Release
An daily updated list can be found - HERE - It is a list of the most up to date bios for Gigabyte motherboards.



Thank you for taking the time to read the thread, please subscribe to keep updated on the latest updates. I will be updating this thread as the interest grows.
If you own a P67A-UD5 what are you waiting for, go ahead and post and share your experience, and welcome to the club.

Edited by Lutro0 - 1/20/11 at 3:07pm
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That's a nice looking motherboard. Enjoy it!
     
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That's a nice looking motherboard. Enjoy it!
Thanks!
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Bios list completed. Op Updated.
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I'm interested in joining
Awesome! Im just starting the thread out, I have tons more information that needs to be formated out and placed into the op. As well as a full redo of the graphics and creation of a banner. Just in the rounding up members to gain interest right now. Thanks for stoppen by and feel free to kick back and relax.

I will have a member list as soon as we get some more people in here, and format out a list.
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I was going to make the UD7 club all P67 boards club, but I guess I wont now.
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I was going to make the UD7 club all P67 boards club, but I guess I wont now.
I think either would be fine. Seeing as you seem to be the most knowledgeable and have direct contact with GB i'd almost say just form 1. The UD5 and UD7 are so close it could dam near be the same board.. Tho there are some major differences, 2 vs 4 SATA3 ports, No NF200, No dual NIC 4 less phases, are the most noticeable.
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yea, i was thinking about doing it for the whole P67A line, just to include a lot of people and get their OCes, maybe lutro can do the graphics?
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yea, i was thinking about doing it for the whole P67A line, just to include a lot of people and get their OCes, maybe lutro can do the graphics?
Yea, I would have to fully agree. I will have this thread taken down and we can work together!
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