Will try to get Intel P55 relevant docs posted this week... (yet again!!)
Am trying to track down changelogs for BIOS marked '???' - half-blind and cross-eyed from reading pages of German translations
New EX58-UD3R-SLI BIOS added. If you are currently thinking to get your feet wet in the x5x/i7 'pool of disaster', think hard about an EX58-UD3R Rev1.6; the key to really good performance would seem to be found in cranking the PCIe frequency a bit - and the 'secret' to cranking the PCIe appears to be a hardware mod, which the 1.6 already has! If that board doesn't meet your needs, I firmly suggest waiting just a bit longer - new boards are 'waiting in the wings' for their 'debut'! Within a day or three, I will be posting a raft of new stuff - and I may give up the 'disjunctive logic' approach of databasing all the failures to 'reduce the pile' to the working stuff; for now, take a peek here (and marvel!): http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=22... By all means, shift to the new BIOS revs - the memory stability issues appear to be 'night and day' (and, they support the mod...)!
Revision Date: 08-28-09 - new BIOS added; gamers, rejoice!
----------Most BIOS 'patched' to fix your beloved Logi G-15s! (I'm ticked - if they came in blue, I'd have one! - I'm suffering along with a G-11 ...)
----------note1: BIOS listed as 'bare' are actual, uncompressed, 1meg BIOS files - don't contain the usual flasher/autoexec usually included - gotta "roll yer' own!"
----------note2: Still working on the UD3R-SLI updates - need some confirmation, don' wanna give you the wrong files!!
----------note3: GB's standard caveat regarding beta BIOS applies:
--What is a BETA? BETA describes a new version that is reliable yet may not include all the features of the final product. During this phase we are previewing new features and gathering customer input to insure our product provides the best experience possible.
I've re-collated some access points here, and moved the current BIOS revs to MediaFire - I figure we've all got better things to occupy our time than waiting around on GB's web-site (which appears to be hosted on an old Apple IIe with 16K of RAM, and a six hundred baud modem - well, maybeee three hundred - it's hard to tell!); and, gotta great new reference site for GB BIOS/docs/'what have you': http://www.station-drivers.com/page/gigabyte/gigabyte%2...
(have to polish up your old high school French, though!) (doesn't seem to be too reliable, either - last night, when I found it, I had to ask if the link was good; couldn't get on - early this AM - worked fine for hours - now [10AM-Central] no go... Guess we'll just have to try back - it does sometimes work, and it's really good!) (and one more! - finally dawned on me [that high school French is pretty rusty!]: "Renovation de la page en cours" = "Restoration of the page in progress..."; they're probably up and down for maintenance!!! - damn nuns should'a hit me over the head more often back in HS...)