My question is about Gigabyte BIOS versions generally. I recently built a computer using Gigabyte's MA770-UD3 motherboard. The company maintains a list of CPUs compatible with my board. I installed an AMD Phenom II 720 AM3 cpu that was on the list. The list also documented that I would need version F4 of the BIOS, which shipped with the board.
Everything setup fine but I had some trouble booting from CDROM, which I ironed out and flashed to version F5F of the Bios. The system is stable, but in checking my MB bios versions again and CPU list, now the list indicates that my CPU is compatible with the board if I'm using version F5H of the BIOS.
The company isn't making this version available to download, only F5F is available. And yet at other sites I can download F5H. Is it OK to download this version from one of these sites other than Gigabyte's? Why would Gigabyte list my CPU as compatible with a version of BIOS they themselves don't have available to download?