Just wanna warn you if you have an active RAID, one of my HDDs got kicked out of my RAID and I have to add and rebuild that HDD again. Intel RST software is reporting that the port where that HDD was, is no longer availalbe. I think some internal ID's have changed with the RST module update and that's why
Originally Posted by stasio
Gaming 7 & 3 ...F20b on TT forum....KabyLake support.
That's a big version jump oO
Well another big surprise...
Gigabyte hasn't updated ME Firmware nor RAID drivers in any BIOS so far yet... this is the first time afaik and a big jump...
they even updated the IGPU, the intel LAN modules and microcode for the CPU oO.
For comparison F8:
Flashed it, it has the new GUI and Smart Fan 5 control. Couldn't get my OC to work so i'm not sure if I stay, will try it again later.
Edit: Ok I found out why I couldn't get my PC to boot with OC... till F8 if I set Vcore to normal it is around 1.28 where I would add some positive offset... now with normal it's 1.416 under load! So negaitv offset is needed now, at least for me.
Edit2: Actually I just can't get it to run, if I change anything vcore related it won't boot, if I change anything DRAM timings/frequency related I can't boot...
Edit3: Something is really of with offset voltage in this bios, any value will just make the system unstable doesn't matter what CPU Frequency, what loadline calibration or offset value. Only option that works is Auto for vcore which gives you 1.416 v under load with loadline calibration to normal... I had a lot of weird gui glitches as well and had to reset the cmos 4 times... very instabile unfortunatley