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Uploaded a bunch of new BIOSes

 

- MSI Z77A-GD55

--- 1.5b1: download

--- 1.4b4: download

 

- MSI Z77A-GD65

--- 10.6b6: download

--- 10.6b3: download

 

- Asus Maximus V Gene

--- 0904: download

--- 0086: download

 

- Asus Maximus V Formula

--- 0502: download

 

- GIGABYTE G1 Sniper 3 M3

--- F7a: download

 

- GIGABYTE Z77-D3H

--- F13x: download

 

- GIGABYTE Z77M-D3H

--- F8a: download

 

- GIGABYTE GA-Z77X-UD3H

--- S3: download

--- F11b: download

--- F11a: download

 

- GIGABYTE GA-Z77X-UD5H

--- S4: download

--- S2: download

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19x new Asrock Z77 BIOS

 

- Asrock Z77 Extreme4-M

--- 1.20: download

 

- Asrock Z77 Extreme4

--- 1.70: download

 

- Asrock Z77 Extreme6

--- 1.60: download

--- 1.50: download

 

- Asrock Z77 Extreme9

--- 1.12A: download

--- 1.10: download

--- 1.00: download

 

- Asrock Z77 Extreme9

--- 1.30: download

--- 1.12A: download

--- 1.10: download

--- 1.00: download

 

- Asrock Z77M

--- 1.10: download

 

- Asrock Z77 Pro4-M

--- 1.20: download

 

- Asrock Z77 Fatal1ty Performance

--- 1.40: download

 

- Asrock Z77 Fatal1ty Professional

--- 1.20: download

--- 1.10: download

--- 1.05: download

 

- Asrock Z77 Pro3

--- 1.30: download

 

- Asrock Z77 Pro4

--- 1.20: download

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- GIGABYTE G1 Sniper 3 M3

--- F7: download

 

- GIGABYTE Z77-D3H

--- F15e: download

--- F15a: download

--- F14: download

 

- GIGABYTE Z77M-D3H

--- F9c: download

--- F9b: download

--- F8: download

 

- GIGABYTE Z77MX-D3H

--- F13b: download

--- F12: download

--- F11: download

 

- GIGABYTE GA-Z77X-D3H

--- F10c: download

--- F9: download

--- F8: download

 

- GIGABYTE GA-Z77X-UD3H

--- F12g: download

--- F12d: download

--- F11: download

 

- GIGABYTE GA-Z77X-UD5H

--- F9d: download

--- F9c: download

--- F9a: download

--- F8: download

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I had some issues with UD5H mobo and good PSC sticks (Geil EVOTWO 2000 C6). This modules are capable of 2500 7-11-7-28 (or 6-10-6 2150 etc) on AMD platforms with 1,82 V. I saw some stuff before from Mad222 on Intel and he had them with timings 6-9-6 2100 and insane 2600MHz 7-11-7. But no way to get good timings with frequency 2400 MHz (8-12-8-32). 2600 devider cannot be set neither with LN2 (on Llano system this RAMs could do 2800 boots).

 

Tried BIOSES: S2, S4, and some official F8?. It was pretty same. Is there some problem with this concrete memory kit? Cause i saw good results with PSCs on Ivy Bridge.

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hey froxic, it depends on your CPU.

 

You can in no way compare memory clocks vs AMD systems, amd systems are just too good at it.

 

With ivy you need to see what your cpu can do max. Some cpu's cant even reach 1300. but 1200 or 1250 should be ok. Once you hit your memory MHZ limit go mess around with timings. It's not your kit at all, maybe try different CPU'S

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