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GA-EP45T-UD3LR
Hi m8, All best for Xmas to you and all you love Smile

F10 with all modifications will be great, now I am on F10 and it works fine.
but as we spoke it is f10 modified with mem voltage so will be better to have it normal.
F12e I will get from a thread at the later stage, I am aware it is here already.
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I do not understand what you mean about memory voltage? I cannot change auto, that is controlled by your inserted memory SPD or XMP, or auto chooses from SPD data. You can set that manually though, to whatever voltage you want. But, some CPU's allow more control than others, finer adjustments.
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This was just notice about voltage and a bit shaking head on the bios which came with the MB...
I did not notice it before the start of full monitor and research of actual bios.
In bios MIT it shows 1.5 and it is as default, but you have to adjust it manually to 1.5 to have it. There is showing 1.5v as default but in the Hardware monitor shows 1.6 same in Hardware monitors in the system if you leave it in MIT untouched.
And it has nothing to do with Version we are composing.
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You can adjust manually on first boot to 1.5, or set "normal" instead of auto, BIOS modification is not needed for that, this is what I mean.
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OK Smile thanks never try "normal", I check it now how it works. For now with adjustment manual in MIT the PC is rock stable.
Must post you my photos of "no cables of the floor" policy Smile I am proud of results Smile
I never ask you to change anything in main BIOS about voltage for memory, just was a bit surprised that there is such result,
I am thinking about this that the supplier of MoBo has done some alterations in this BIOS.
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That is usual function for "Normal" setting, if you put in 1.5V memory and auto does not detect it, normal should set 1.5, If you put in 1.65V memory and auto doesn't give 1.65V then normal should set it. Or, with either, you can set manually 1.5 or 1.65 etc.

No cable mess, I'd love that! You'll have to do mine next Big Grin
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Sad zonk,
PC cracked... switched off when I was working on it. Now is in pre-bios loop, starting power and switches off and back, does not even go to BIOS will check PSU but really unhappy... writing from backup PC... I feel defeated....
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So sadSad, have you got this with 1.6 voltage?

guys, sorry for a stupid question
Where can I download the last modded bios for GA-EP45T-UD3L with last cpu support?
I don't want to overclock memory to 1.6
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(01-13-2019, 07:51 PM)hrbcksq Wrote: So sadSad, have you got this with 1.6 voltage?

guys, sorry for a stupid question
Where can I download the last modded bios for GA-EP45T-UD3L with last cpu support?
I don't want to overclock memory to 1.6

I have started from search the forum then I started this thread it is about the board you asking for, some pages before there are bioses uploaded to this thread,  BTW I have now GA-EP45T-DS3R coming by post and will have to start modifying bios from the beginning.
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PitKoz get a CH341A programmer + SOIC8 test clip cable, then you can fix the BIOS on your board. Or there is many methods you can use to kick in the dual BIOS recovery, google this or let me know if you need links
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