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2010/01/13 19:26:15 (permalink)
This BIOS is ONLY for the EVGA X58 SLI Classified Motherboard (part number 141-BL-E759- )

BIOS 43 BETA Updates:
  • Supports 32nm Desktop CPUs
  • Added "Turbo Performance" option (may boost performance if enabled)

BIOS updating can be accomplished VIA the below methods:


CD/DVD Installation - Recommended installation method
  • Download the following .iso file: E759_43.iso
  • Use a CD Burning software to burn the .iso image onto a blank CD (Nero, Alochol 120%, MagicISO etc.)
  • After it has burned, insert CD and restart the machine, go into the BIOS and load defaults, save and exit
  • Now set the CD Drive as the primary boot device, or press escape while the system is booting to select CD as the bootable device.
  • After flash remove the CD, and power off PC Completely.
  • Turn on the PC and load defaults in BIOS
 


USB FLOPPY Installation - Recommended installation method
  • Download the following executable: E759_43.exe
  • Insert blank floppy disk into drive and run executable
  • After the floppy has written fully, restart the machine, go into the BIOS and load defaults, save and exit
  • Now set the USB Floppy as the primary boot device, or press escape while the system is booting to select USB Floppy as the bootable device
  • After flash remove the floppy, power off PC Completely
  • Turn on the PC and load defaults in BIOS
 


USB Flash Drive Installation - Alternate installation method
  • Download: E75943.bin
  • Visit this thread and follow the installation instructions. (thanks 30h6).
 



Warning:
**Do not restart or interrupt your PC while the flash is ongoing
**Do not Flash BIOS on overclocked settings
**It is always recommended to power-down after flash and Clear CMOS

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/13 19:42:20 (permalink)
    Added to the BIOS Changelog for X58 3X-SLI Classified Limited Edition (E759) (Check out the link for all current and past BIOS for this board including handy links to discussions and downloads)


    Added "Turbo Performance" option (may boost performance if enabled)


    Could you please enlighten us with some more details regarding this option?
    post edited by Davabled - 2010/01/13 21:22:45
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/13 21:54:20 (permalink)
    Davabled

    Added to the BIOS Changelog for X58 3X-SLI Classified Limited Edition (E759) (Check out the link for all current and past BIOS for this board including handy links to discussions and downloads)


    Added "Turbo Performance" option (may boost performance if enabled)


    Could you please enlighten us with some more details regarding this option?



    Probably some "out-of-the-box" OC option.  I doubt it is useful for us who are already at 4.5GHz for daily use.
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/14 00:33:19 (permalink)
    Could also be some timing tweaks...

    BTW, thanks EVGA for the superb bios support w/your boards.

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/14 05:12:53 (permalink)
    Hello.
    BIOS tests the memory divider in the BIOS at 2:10 (1958) is recognized as 2:08 on the clock window.
    Please edit.
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/14 07:36:37 (permalink)
    Davabled

    Added to the BIOS Changelog for X58 3X-SLI Classified Limited Edition (E759) (Check out the link for all current and past BIOS for this board including handy links to discussions and downloads)


    Added "Turbo Performance" option (may boost performance if enabled)


    Could you please enlighten us with some more details regarding this option?



    Looks like its a tweak for Turbo Mode, i am seeing my 2x bin multiplier alot more, thats 26x for the 965.  My 965 has a defualt Multiplier of 24x (32x133 = 3.20Ghz) but because of Turbo Mode being enabled and the way EVGA has it set up it always ran at the 1x bin multi (a bin being 133MHz) of 25x (25x133 = 3.33GHz).  Its the same as the 920 having a stock multiplier of 20 but it always run at 21x with turbo mode enabled, the 920 also has a 2x bin (22x multi).

    The 1x bin will happen on all 4 cores aslong as your within thermal/electrical (TDP + TWP) or the feature that governs this is turned off (this is what EVGA opted to do for the 920 for the 965 which allows you to change the TDP + TWP limits they changed it to a value you will never reach, 4000+ TDP and 4000+ TWP).

    In order to get the 2x bin however (26x on the 965, 22x on the 920) you need to meet more strict criteria of not only being with TDP + TWP limits but that only 1 core is loaded with single thread (possibly lightly threaded) apps whilst the other 3 cores are idle or turned off.  You need to have CxE Function enabled for this also i think as it turns off cores that are not is use (atleast C6 goes all thw way to turning them off) which then allows the single core thats being utilized to access the 2x bin.

    Its possible that "Turbo performance" goes a little way to circumvent the 1 core load/single threaded rule for the 2x bin multiplier and thats why we are seeing it more or possibly it was not set up 100% in the EVGA BIOS to allow this to happen normally before.

    Nice work EVGA, you always seemt o bring somehting new and useful to the table with a BIOS update, its almost like getting a new board every month or so :D.

    EVGA can ofcourse correct me if i am totally off with this :)
    post edited by Moltenlava - 2010/01/14 07:42:00
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/14 08:45:36 (permalink)
    Moltenlava

    Davabled

    Added to the BIOS Changelog for X58 3X-SLI Classified Limited Edition (E759) (Check out the link for all current and past BIOS for this board including handy links to discussions and downloads)


    Added "Turbo Performance" option (may boost performance if enabled)


    Could you please enlighten us with some more details regarding this option?



    Looks like its a tweak for Turbo Mode, i am seeing my 2x bin multiplier alot more, thats 26x for the 965.  My 965 has a defualt Multiplier of 24x (32x133 = 3.20Ghz) but because of Turbo Mode being enabled and the way EVGA has it set up it always ran at the 1x bin multi (a bin being 133MHz) of 25x (25x133 = 3.33GHz).  Its the same as the 920 having a stock multiplier of 20 but it always run at 21x with turbo mode enabled, the 920 also has a 2x bin (22x multi).

    The 1x bin will happen on all 4 cores aslong as your within thermal/electrical (TDP + TWP) or the feature that governs this is turned off (this is what EVGA opted to do for the 920 for the 965 which allows you to change the TDP + TWP limits they changed it to a value you will never reach, 4000+ TDP and 4000+ TWP).

    In order to get the 2x bin however (26x on the 965, 22x on the 920) you need to meet more strict criteria of not only being with TDP + TWP limits but that only 1 core is loaded with single thread (possibly lightly threaded) apps whilst the other 3 cores are idle or turned off.  You need to have CxE Function enabled for this also i think as it turns off cores that are not is use (atleast C6 goes all thw way to turning them off) which then allows the single core thats being utilized to access the 2x bin.

    Its possible that "Turbo performance" goes a little way to circumvent the 1 core load/single threaded rule for the 2x bin multiplier and thats why we are seeing it more or possibly it was not set up 100% in the EVGA BIOS to allow this to happen normally before.

    Nice work EVGA, you always seemt o bring somehting new and useful to the table with a BIOS update, its almost like getting a new board every month or so :D.

    EVGA can ofcourse correct me if i am totally off with this :)


    Like I said, not something that I'd want to fiddle with since I'm running 4.5GHz for 24/7.  That would put my chip in the 4.8GHz range and I'm sure the chip won't like it.
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/14 09:13:05 (permalink)
    yes now i have support for my 32mn chip :P.  i think evga is trying to tell us something after their little chat with intel

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/14 10:57:33 (permalink)
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    Moltenlava

    Davabled

    Added to the BIOS Changelog for X58 3X-SLI Classified Limited Edition (E759) (Check out the link for all current and past BIOS for this board including handy links to discussions and downloads)


    Added "Turbo Performance" option (may boost performance if enabled)


    Could you please enlighten us with some more details regarding this option?



    Looks like its a tweak for Turbo Mode, i am seeing my 2x bin multiplier alot more, thats 26x for the 965.  My 965 has a defualt Multiplier of 24x (32x133 = 3.20Ghz) but because of Turbo Mode being enabled and the way EVGA has it set up it always ran at the 1x bin multi (a bin being 133MHz) of 25x (25x133 = 3.33GHz).  Its the same as the 920 having a stock multiplier of 20 but it always run at 21x with turbo mode enabled, the 920 also has a 2x bin (22x multi).

    The 1x bin will happen on all 4 cores aslong as your within thermal/electrical (TDP + TWP) or the feature that governs this is turned off (this is what EVGA opted to do for the 920 for the 965 which allows you to change the TDP + TWP limits they changed it to a value you will never reach, 4000+ TDP and 4000+ TWP).

    In order to get the 2x bin however (26x on the 965, 22x on the 920) you need to meet more strict criteria of not only being with TDP + TWP limits but that only 1 core is loaded with single thread (possibly lightly threaded) apps whilst the other 3 cores are idle or turned off.  You need to have CxE Function enabled for this also i think as it turns off cores that are not is use (atleast C6 goes all thw way to turning them off) which then allows the single core thats being utilized to access the 2x bin.

    Its possible that "Turbo performance" goes a little way to circumvent the 1 core load/single threaded rule for the 2x bin multiplier and thats why we are seeing it more or possibly it was not set up 100% in the EVGA BIOS to allow this to happen normally before.

    Nice work EVGA, you always seemt o bring somehting new and useful to the table with a BIOS update, its almost like getting a new board every month or so :D.

    EVGA can ofcourse correct me if i am totally off with this :)


    Like I said, not something that I'd want to fiddle with since I'm running 4.5GHz for 24/7.  That would put my chip in the 4.8GHz range and I'm sure the chip won't like it.


    It would only be for 1 core so you never know but yes it could affect overclocking in a way thats not desirable (instability).  The voltage needed to keep 4 cores / 8 thread stable at 4.5Ghz may be enough to keep 1 core / 2 threads stable at 4.80GHz atleast in theory but in overcloking there is more than just voltage to consider and at a certain point it can take a large jump in voltage to get a small increase in MHz.
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/14 12:21:08 (permalink)
    Couple of issues/problems i encountered with this BIOS

    1. With Turbo Performance Enabled my vCore on [AUTO] is set to 1.4125v, this is with everything running at stock/default, the usual vCore voltage ion [AUTO] is 1.30v.  Since the CPU is designed to run with the 26x multi the additional 0.1v is unecessary and if this iss the only way to get this "tweak" to work its undesirable, i guess if your overcloking and setting a voltage manually it doesnt matter but if you want to run stock with SpeedStep + CxE Function working for the power savings its not good.

    2.  My memory can run DDR3 1866 in its sleep but with this beta BIOS if i use my XMP Profile 1 (DDR3 1866 7-8-7-20) or set the Memory frequency manually to DDR3 1866 the system can not POST, it gets stuck cycling from F3 to 68 and sometimes stops at 68 before restating since i have overclock recovery enabled.

    these need ironed out before this BIOS would be acceptable, especially the memory issue which others seem to be experiencing and ideally for me the vCore AUTO issued needs to be addressed.

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/14 15:14:29 (permalink)
    Funny thing that!  This is the first BIOS that I can actually use my Mushkin Redlines at rated 6-7-6-18-1T.  Weird.

    On the note of the Turbo feature...seems to be doing jack all on my system
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/14 15:14:46 (permalink)
    Still no fixes for lots of things.
     
    But the Intel® Turbo Boost Technology Monitor
    Is now supposed to work ?
    http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=18353
    post edited by mrmuiz - 2010/01/14 15:19:01

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/14 15:35:32 (permalink)
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    On the note of the Turbo feature...seems to be doing jack all on my system

    What does "jack all" mean?
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/14 15:54:49 (permalink)
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    dejanh
    On the note of the Turbo feature...seems to be doing jack all on my system

    What does "jack all" mean?


    Polite way of saying jack $h1t 

    Anyway, I take back what I said about DRAM.  Errors out right away.  No way to get it working at rated 6-7-6-18-1T.  Looks like the DRAM is the problem.  Even cranking voltage to 1.75V does not make it stable.  In fact, at 1.65V the CH2 disappears and it does not recover until voltage is at 1.73V.  Don't think this is a board problem.  I think this DRAM just sucks as it won't run rated timings.
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/14 18:08:29 (permalink)
    Very Nice guys, Beautiful Not a single issue !

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/14 22:19:14 (permalink)
    This is the first bios since 223 that seems to work well for me. I see no difference with "turbo performance" on or off like in cpu clock from previous 223 bios.
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/14 22:45:41 (permalink)
    something i have just realized, when you disable speed step in the BIOS it still is on. not for sure how it works in windows but i run Linux and even with everything disabled in BIOS my CPU will still drop into very low mhz when i am web surfing.

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/15 03:43:28 (permalink)
    dejanh

    Funny thing that!  This is the first BIOS that I can actually use my Mushkin Redlines at rated 6-7-6-18-1T.  Weird.

    On the note of the Turbo feature...seems to be doing jack all on my system


    This may be because the 920 deals with Turbo mode differently, guess we shall have to wait and see what EVGA says, an official word would sort this out i could be wrong but whenever i turned that features off in the BIOS i stoppped seeing the 26x multi as much, infact it was very rare, like it used to be, if i turned Turbo performance on it popped up every few seconds and stayed longer than it ever did when it went active before.

    I flashed back to S22D and it doesnt happen so it doenst look to be an anomoly with my system.  As i said in my original post i could be way off with what turbo Performance is but since it states "it may give" a performance increase it points to what i think it is, that and the fact it seems to work like that on my system.

    the 920 switches off Overspeed Protection, this governs turbo Mode with the TDP/TWP, this may be whats allowing my 965 to utilise this feature more since instead of turning that off it sets it to the highest value you can.

    Also you are going to need i think atleast CxE Funcion enabled and possibly to C6, thats what i use and it goes as far as turning cores off instead of just putting them into a low power state, the whole point of this additional +" bin multi is that it uses the additional voltage/tdp thats needed for all 4 cores and uses them for the 1 core, this would mean that you can increase frequency further, infact this is the basis the whole of Turbo mode works off of, the more cores active the less vltage/tdp freed up so the smaller the frequency increase can be.

    There are people in the other BIOS threads who are corroborating my theory on turbo performance but i understand if some would want an official statement on it, i just thought i would throw this out there as a filler until EVGA confirms/refutes it and allow people to test themselves kowing possibly what to look for.

    As for the memory issues i am not the only one ShockThe Monkey is having them and it seems to be if your using the higher memory multipliers like the 12x not the 8x multi.
    post edited by Moltenlava - 2010/01/15 03:56:17
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/15 07:07:09 (permalink)
    djjcun

    Hello.
    BIOS tests the memory divider in the BIOS at 2:10 (1958) is recognized as 2:08 on the clock window.
    Please edit.




    I'm getting this issue as well.


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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/15 14:23:36 (permalink)
    hmm,
    I'll have to check that out on mine. EVGA Eleet is showing the correct settings on mine.

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/15 15:15:18 (permalink)
    firerx

    hmm,
    I'll have to check that out on mine. EVGA Eleet is showing the correct settings on mine.


    I reflashed to this beta bios again and gave it another shot.  I can run with ddr3-2000 with the new turbo setting disabled.   If I have the new turbo setting enabled it forces the memory speed at ddr3-1600.  The post screen would say 1066 with turbo enabled.  The post screen with Turbo disabled will say the correct speed of 1333.   I'm tempted to revert back once again to S22D until they fix this issue.   Atleast I'm not the only one.  It's happening on all the other classified models
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/15 15:40:11 (permalink)
    Interesting. I went and rebooted mine to check, I enable the Turbo setting still= 1333mhz, Went back and disabled turbo, rebooted and still shows 1333mhz. Something is weird here. What memory are you using, and are you using Standard setting ,or XMP.

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/15 17:24:07 (permalink)
    corsair Dominator 2000 and Standard setting.  have you read the other posts others have stated saying  the same issue?
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/16 03:21:03 (permalink)
    And no more full screen logo in the bios.
    even as other strange things and boot problems.
    Still no good bios for this board.

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/16 05:12:06 (permalink)
    So there is no one good reson to upgrade to this BIOS? I will stay away for now.

     
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/16 08:30:32 (permalink)
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    Hello.
    BIOS tests the memory divider in the BIOS at 2:10 (1958) is recognized as 2:08 on the clock window.
    Please edit.




    I'm getting this issue as well.


    Same problem.  It's showing as two ticks lower when I actually get into the OS. 

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/17 09:03:29 (permalink)
    Having problems with bios S22D regarding the uncore.

    Whenever i switch profiles it takes the multi from the highest profile, very annoying may I add...

    Is this a know bug and is it fixed in this new beta-bios?


    Mobo: EVGA Classified E759 [S22D]
    CPU:  i7 @ 4,2 Ghz 1.325V
    RAM: Dominator GT 6-7-6 @ 1600 Mhz 1.65V
    GPU: EVGA GTX285 2GB @ 750/1224/1692MHz
    Boot-HD: 2 x OCZ Vertex 30 Gb [RAID 0 @ICH10R]
    Data-HD: 4 x Spinpoint F1 1T [RAID 10 @ areca 1210 256Mb]

      

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/18 07:47:19 (permalink)
    Stupid question.  I haven't updated my bios in about 6 months.  Since then I have added a RAID1 array to my PC.  If I update my bios will I lose the data on my array?

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/18 08:31:46 (permalink)
    Alchemy1

    Stupid question.  I haven't updated my bios in about 6 months.  Since then I have added a RAID1 array to my PC.  If I update my bios will I lose the data on my array?


    No..... The BIOS has nothing to do with the data in your raid. It only tells the system what you are telling it to run. The Intel RAID software controls the RAID. And your Hdd's hold the data you placed on them. They only work together.... The BIOS info is in a chip on the mobo... Your data is safe.

    That said, it is clearly recommended that you backup your important docks before doing anything like this... Just in case.

    As long as you follow the instructions you will be fine We are here if you need help....

     
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified (E759) - BIOS 43 BETA Released 2010/01/18 08:39:27 (permalink)
    Thanks for the response.  I just built a WHS so it is all backed up...including the system drive, but I was just wondering.  

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