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Update BIOS GA-990FXA-UD5

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December 5, 2012 5:34:58 PM

Guys help me out I am noob, I want to update my BIOS because I have problem with my video card. My video card frizzing and lagging I try to update and I try old update but did not work. I use AMD fx- 3850

I use GA-990FXA-UD5

my video card is AMD 7770 1G

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December 6, 2012 12:45:34 AM

u need to check user manual for detail bios flash process.
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December 6, 2012 1:58:52 AM

i would try to windows update for the os update then see if there is any need driver for your graphic card before updating your bios and when was the last time you dust off the system and fan overheathing could also cause freezing
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December 6, 2012 2:07:16 PM

scout_03 said:
i would try to windows update for the os update then see if there is any need driver for your graphic card before updating your bios and when was the last time you dust off the system and fan overheathing could also cause freezing

Well I juts updtae my BIOS it was 4 times behind the last virgin. I just install my Windows and I updated it, there is nothing about my video card drive I using 7770 AMD 1G from MSI. I update my video card drive did not solve my problem so I try to roll it back 2 virgin still did not work and by the way I am using 32 TV and my resolution setup to be 1360x768 ( I play FPS game and I use to play on my old laptop and ever had a lag ) I try alot I thought it was the BIOS and also if you can come here and help me with the other people to solve the lag please. In this link http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/forum2.php?config=tom...
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December 7, 2012 12:55:42 AM

just wonder if the card in every slot having the same problem?
a c 76 U Graphics card
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a c 118 V Motherboard
December 7, 2012 3:38:07 PM

been looking at your other post and you cpu reading on temp are realy strange it would try to rma this one it could be part of your issue,also follow what other people ask you to do for test that will help to find what is causing the real issue.
November 8, 2013 11:41:40 AM

Sorry for hitting a old post, but, I see that no one really answered this.

To update a Gigabyte motherboard bios with little pain, use their @bios program. You first want to download the bios you're intending to use, then unzip it. When you run the program, select the unzipped bios file.

Before doing this, insure that your system is stable. It might be a good idea to go into bios first, and set it to default, since it will reset your bios anyway.

I've used this feature a few times over 2 GB mobos, and never had a issue.

***I've got that same mobo, if it is Rev 3, like mine, then you should update to the latest beta bios. It will give you control over "APM". My version of that mobo would throttle my FX8320 at stock settings with the bios it came with. Now, it's a good oc'er (for the most part).
a c 76 U Graphics card
a b À AMD
a c 118 V Motherboard
November 8, 2013 7:21:14 PM

chargeit you go on with him since you have the same board .
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