« Last post by Sipheren on April 18, 2017, 09:27:58 pm »
I have an issue after updating the BIOS and getting some new memory, I got myself some Vengeance LPX 3000MHz memory (2x8GB sticks).
I am currently on the latest F5 BIOS, I set the memory to profile 1 and reboot and nothing, the system doesn't post and I get error 0d displayed which I cant find anything for.
I figure something weird has gone on so I switch over to the other BIOS, it's at F3 and the memory doesnt run at profile 1, just stock.
So I update that bios to the latest and try profile1 again, as I should have expected, same result, no post and error 0d.
So, I have tried booting with no memory, tried resetting the BIOS, leaving the battery out all night, etc but it just boots, sounds fine, no lights or anything, gets to code 0d and thats it.
Is there a way to force flash an older BIOS? Or is this done for and heading back to Gigabyte?
(Also, I know I should have left the other BIOS, but I wanted the new memory to work as it is listed as supported on both Gigabyte's site and Corsair's)Having a similar problem.
was running an R5 1600, with team TLGD416G3000HC16CDC01 16gb (2x8GB) ddr4-3000 @ 2133. installed windows 10 and updated both bios to F5. tried to oc cpu to 3.5ghz, and enable ram XMP to 2933 and now both bios will not post with an error code of "DF". DF is reserved according to the manual.
cmos cleared via button and jumper to no avail.
Did you have the power totally off when you cleared CMOS ?
I have been running Bios F5, with 4 sticks of Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) 3200MHz DDR4 Memory-Black
CMK16GX4M2B3200C16 and managed to get 2933 out of them, stable.
Yeah, I did, tried many different ways. I was hoping there may be a way to force a bios update but it doesn't seem to be the case.
The board is heading back to Gigabyte today, will see what they can do.