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Flash BIOS first, ask questions later

Allows your company to select the EC firmware version even if advanced clock calibration is enabled. After selecting
, select and save Exit Setup in the BIOS main menu, then press . An absolute message appears about
“BIOS is updating the EC firmware!!! Do not shut down or restart the system.” Please wait a few seconds,
the system may automatically reboot for the settings to take effect.

Allows you to enable advanced clock calibration even if you are using an AMD Black Edition processor.

This setting can only be configured if Advanced Clock Calibration is set to All Cores.

value (main value 0), value (main value 1), value (main value 2), value (main parameter 3)

This can only be configured because Advanced Clock Calibration is set to All Cores.

Allows you to select the EC firmware version type when advanced clock calibration is enabled. After selecting

Select, save and exit the setting in the BIOS main menu, and thenThen press . Message displaying

“BIOS is updating the EC firmware!!! Do not turn off the power or reboot the system” will definitely appear. Wait a bit

and the system will automatically restart the computer to overwrite the settings.

Allows you to determine if you want to support advanced clock calibration when using a single AMD Black Edi processor

Value (Core Value 0), Value (Core Value 1), Value (Core Value 2), (Core Value 3)

It was originally just keithlm

Actually, I just noticed that the whole latest F2 Filemodo for Gigabyte MA790GP-UD4H actually has 2 cosmetic changes:

1. Acc is now in the normal menu of a person. (Ctrl-F1 optional)

2. You have added a new BIOS setting called:

Built-in EC software for advanced watch calibration.

It could be the following series:

Regular = Uses regular AMD EC firmware for advanced clock calibration.
Hybrid = AMD specific EC firmware usedfor advanced watch calibration

So… by any chance, what is a “special AMD” compared to a normal one? Does anyone have any idea? ?

Here is my IDEA
The company’s “Hybrid Unlocks 720” update is always with enthusiasts – but there is no normal option.

New bios for both versions. The unlock mode will be hybrid.

The 720 has a new firmware update from (AMD) to directly prevent ACC from activating x4core. New bios will be updated as well, but you don’t mind that you have a service for enthusiasts. If you are overclocking in addition to a (hybrid) unlock, use the following. By default, normally displayed in >

mode

Some vendors now offer us both options via a BIOS update and like yours, a better second option in ACC paired with the firmware.

I’m not 100% sure this is an upgrade for the 720 ACC.

As a general rule, if you have a 720 on hand, enable this option. In (hybrid) you will be able to unlock it; (Normal) it stays blocked. It may be the other way around.

. That must be a wild guess.

AMD released a new firmware code for it and vendors could ONLY use the latest update (which blocks the X4core surprise),

Perhaps Gigabyte will become enthusiasts for us, since this is also in the new BIOS (just in case something change).

Need a tweaker to test the theory,
Does anyone have unlock 720 on UD4? If so, what happens when you flash the above bios? Can you still unlock them?

Actually, I just noticed that the current F2 BIOS for the Gigabyte MA790GP-UD4H actually has 2 conceptual changes:

1. Acc is now in the regular menu. (No need to use special CTRL-F1)

Commonly Used = Common AMD EC Firmware for Advanced Clock Calibration
Hybrid used = AMD specific EC firmware for advanced clock calibration

So… what is a “special AMD” compared to a regular one? Anyone have any ideas?

Last change only gOtVoltage; 05/07/2009 at 17:07

“AMD… like a perfect storm… everything has to be perfect”
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A cautionary tale on what not to do and even how to flash a corrupted BIOS on a Gigabyte Dual BIOS motherboard (may apply to other brands as well).

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Got it? Because your website bricked up your motherboard! Not? OK, bad luck for the time being, I understand. But it’s not my fault that most people followed this advice, which probably led me to the fact that I now find myself in the same situation as you. This article in The shortest possible time will save a person from the anger of the audience and the black screen. Go to the Correction section if it turns out that you want to skip the whole backstory.

How Did I Get Into The Situation?

Well, in my case, like me in the previous paragraph, I something- then installed before reading what the game needed or more specifically its side effects.

I was trying to reformat my Windows machine, the task was just before midnight and I was in the driver installation phase. I also always have this transport to see if there is a bios update. If I find one, I usually risk installing it ul class=””>

  • Processor: Ryzen 7 1700x
  • Motherboard: Gigabyte AX370 Gaming 5
  • On At the moment my BIOS version is F40. I see there is almost certainly an F50a which contains the following notes:

    Improvement list and note: Please update your BIOS to F40 or newer before doing this, be sure to update to F31 before that.

    So I’m already running into BIOS F40 and the minimum version needed for my CPU is respectively F3 to take over the list of processors. So I can letLet them install it. I also see the EC firmware update tool in the utilities sections at the very end of the driver download page. There just aren’t many descriptions about it, only that a lot of it is about the 64-bit version of Windows 10 and the version number. The kit itself also had no readme, dots, or instructions. Just this:

    That’s all the information I’ve got so far, but I decided that’s enough…

    In general, firmware changes, updates themselves bring little bumps or bring small bumps to activate the new feature. I didn’t really know what EC meant (it’s an Embedded Controller, by the way) but I said, “Hey, what’s the worst thing that can happen?”. You know what’s going on, I couldn’t stop laughing.

    After running the utility’s installer, nothing seems to happen for a few seconds, but suddenly my personal computer reboots out of nowhere. My laptop has shut down and is therefore booting up. I can hear the fan running at full speed. But in doing so, nothing happens. I’m waiting for everythingOnly minutes, but the screen remains black. I get on my knees or check the adjacent motherboard boot codes, they repeat: 14, 21, 90, 3E, 07… and a bunch more.