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2010/04/16 20:20:24 (permalink)
BIOS 56 Updates:
  • Updates CPU Microcode
  • Extreme cooling mode improvements when using a 6-core CPU

NOTE: For users who are using EVGA X58 Classified 4-Way SLI (170-BL-E762-A1) motherboard, and are running 4x EVGA GTX 285's in 4-way SLI mode, you will need to switch the BIOS jumper on the graphics card to standard GTX 285 mode for 4-way SLI to enable.

BIOS updating can be accomplished VIA the below methods:



CD/DVD Installation - Recommended installation method
  • Download the correct .iso file below for your motherboard:
         170-BL-E762-A1 - EVGA X58 Classified 4-Way SLI
         141-BL-E760-A1 - EVGA X58 Classified
         141-BL-E759-A1 - EVGA X58 Classified
  • 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 correct .exe file below for your motherboard:
         170-BL-E762-A1 - EVGA X58 Classified 4-Way SLI
         141-BL-E760-A1 - EVGA X58 Classified
         141-BL-E759-A1 - EVGA X58 Classified
  • 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 the correct .bin file below for your motherboard:
         170-BL-E762-A1 - EVGA X58 Classified 4-Way SLI
         141-BL-E760-A1 - EVGA X58 Classified
         141-BL-E759-A1 - EVGA X58 Classified
  • 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

post edited by EVGATech_MattM - 2014/08/07 01:35:49


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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/16 20:50:57 (permalink)
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    BIOS 56 Updates:
    • Updates CPU Microcode
    • Extreme cooling mode improvements when using a 6-core CPU

    NOTE: For users who are using EVGA X58 Classified 4-Way SLI (170-BL-E762-A1) motherboard, and are running 4x EVGA GTX 285's in 4-way SLI mode, you will need to switch the BIOS jumper on the graphics card to standard GTX 285 mode for 4-way SLI to enable.

    BIOS updating can be accomplished VIA the below methods:

     

    Hi,

    Can we ask for more detail on what the CPU Microcode update includes (i.e. support for Xeon W3680 )?

    Thanks,
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/16 21:01:24 (permalink)
    Added BIOS 56 to the BIOS changelog for the E759 limited edition Classified Board.  Visit the link below for details and links to discussion and downloads for current and past BIOS releases.

    Link:  Classified BIOS Changelog   http://forums.evga.com/tm.aspx?high=&m=6305 

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 02:01:52 (permalink)
    Will this add better support for 36xx seires Xeons?

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 04:25:24 (permalink)
    So thats a final BIOS for 759 for example  is it 980X included as CPU now?
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 05:23:19 (permalink)
    E762 & 980X

     Installed for 2 hours. Running the same OC as BIOS 49 & 51 (980X @ 4510MHz, X33 - 137, Ram 12GB@1648MHz) So far so good. I don't use VT or sleep. I'm not sure if this is with the BIOS or the CPU Temp senors, but (for me) idle temps with the 980X's are still incorrect.

    Time for more testing.
    post edited by CKY2K - 2010/04/17 05:27:29

     

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 06:17:28 (permalink)
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    E762 & 980X

     I'm not sure if this is with the BIOS or the CPU Temp senors, but (for me) idle temps with the 980X's are still incorrect.


    There not correct, Idle at ambient LOL. Still see no reason atm for me to move off 49??



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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 06:35:24 (permalink)
    Flashed from 44 to 56, lets see whats happen.

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 07:39:23 (permalink)
    Flashed from 49 to 56, looks good so far.
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 08:00:59 (permalink)
    I'll wait til next weekend, that way I get a good consensus

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 08:51:07 (permalink)
    do i get any benifits wit these or this is just for the i7 980 extreme?

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 09:20:34 (permalink)
    sengutso

    do i get any benifits wit these or this is just for the i7 980 extreme?


    These changes are targeted for 6-core CPU users.  I'd recommend BIOS S22D for your Quad-Core  i7-920
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 09:31:07 (permalink)
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    sengutso

    do i get any benifits wit these or this is just for the i7 980 extreme?


    These changes are targeted for 6-core CPU users.  I'd recommend BIOS S22D for your Quad-Core  i7-920


    Why is it that a lot of people on here recommend BIOS S22D for the i7-920?  I have an i7-920 and I'm running BIOS E760_51 right now and overclocked stable @ 4.01 GHz with 12GB of Corsair Dominator RAM.  I haven't had any problems with the newer BIOS versions.

    Is there some type of advantage that BIOS S22D has over the newer ones or is it better for overclocking or what?  I'm just curious.

    Thanks in advance for any answers to this :)
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 10:11:06 (permalink)
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    sengutso

    do i get any benifits wit these or this is just for the i7 980 extreme?


    These changes are targeted for 6-core CPU users.  I'd recommend BIOS S22D for your Quad-Core  i7-920


    Why is it that a lot of people on here recommend BIOS S22D for the i7-920?  I have an i7-920 and I'm running BIOS E760_51 right now and overclocked stable @ 4.01 GHz with 12GB of Corsair Dominator RAM.  I haven't had any problems with the newer BIOS versions.

    Is there some type of advantage that BIOS S22D has over the newer ones or is it better for overclocking or what?  I'm just curious.

    Thanks in advance for any answers to this :)


    As far as I can figure it is just that a lot of people experience the best stability S22D when using the quad cores. It isn't unanimous though, I get my best overclock with bios 44. I may try these in a week or so though.

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 10:19:47 (permalink)
    Why does my BIOS say version 6.something when i boot up if this new one is only BIOS 56. I'm I reading it wrong

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 10:22:26 (permalink)
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    sengutso

    do i get any benifits wit these or this is just for the i7 980 extreme?


    These changes are targeted for 6-core CPU users.  I'd recommend BIOS S22D for your Quad-Core  i7-920


    Why is it that a lot of people on here recommend BIOS S22D for the i7-920?  I have an i7-920 and I'm running BIOS E760_51 right now and overclocked stable @ 4.01 GHz with 12GB of Corsair Dominator RAM.  I haven't had any problems with the newer BIOS versions.

    Is there some type of advantage that BIOS S22D has over the newer ones or is it better for overclocking or what?  I'm just curious.

    Thanks in advance for any answers to this :)


    Some of the later BIOS revisions after S61J started messing up RAM timings above DDR3 1600 when the "Turbo Performance" mode was used, CL timings after resume from S3, and a bunch of fixes/breaks for the "double-pump" problem with VT.  From what I've read a lot of these micro-code changes are for Gulftown, especially the "Turbo Performance" on top of the x1 Turbo multiplier, which basically allows for the x2 multi to kick in more often. 
     
    Anyways, I'll try this one out, BIOS 51 was the first usable BIOS for me after S61J as it fixed the S3 resume CL issue, I'm still hoping this BIOS or a future one fixes the x16/x1 to x8/x1 switching problem on the 760.

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 12:32:34 (permalink)
    Has anyone else noticed that your Display Controller and Multimedia Devices are now been given IRQs at boot? Look at the device screen just before Windows boots. Use to not see any irqs assigned to the display controller and multimedia device in any bios. But now this one shows irqs for boot.

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 13:25:37 (permalink)
    Just got the scare of my life.I flashed to this new bios and set everything up and got blue screen after blue screen.After raising my voltages in bios everything was good.I checked some things and it turns out my thermaltake 1200 was showing very low 3.3 and low +5 volts.Put my ultra psu in and everything is fine.This bios seems to be working great now.

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 14:13:21 (permalink)
    Woody2kHi,

    Can we ask for more detail on what the CPU Microcode update includes (i.e. support for Xeon W3680 )?

    Thanks,
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    I would say it's the microcode updates to apply a critical fix as recommended by intel, being described here:

    http://www.xtremesystems....howthread.php?t=249607



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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 14:17:31 (permalink)
     ShockTheMonkey, "Display Controller and Multimedia Devices are now been given IRQs" I see it, but I don't remember if it was there before. I have to flash some more boards later. I check it.

     rwoodburn1, With the new BIOS 56, my +3.3V dropped from 3.20V to 3.10V, my +5V dropped from 5.10V to 5.00V and my +12V dropped from 12.10V to 12.04V. That's all at idle with a PCP&C 1200W and using ELeet to montior. It really doesn't bother me right now, but I'm sure it will eat at me late .

     I wish evga would give a little more details on new BIOS.


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    I would say it's the microcode updates to apply a critical fix as recommended by intel, being described here:

    http://www.xtremesystems....howthread.php?t=249607


    Thanks for the link.
    post edited by CKY2K - 2010/04/17 14:22:58

     

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 14:28:01 (permalink)
    I have had issues with that power supply in the past I think.My volts were more than .5 lower than minimum on each. Its hard to keep track of all the junk I have. I hate to throw any computer parts away.This time I did though.

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 15:39:26 (permalink)
    I'm still showing problems when comparing Vantage benchmarks with these recent BIOSes that support the 980-X when compared to the S61J BIOS.

    My dual 5970s, with everything at stock, net me about a 22500 GPU score with the Extreme preset in Vantage using S61J.  This is consistant and repeatable; the score fluctuates around 100 points. 

    Using any BIOS since 41, all of which seem to be primarily designed for the new six-core processors, my GPU score using the same BIOS settings and everything at stock drops to between 18900-20500 - again, using the Extreme preset.  This reduced score is inconsistant and fluctuates, but is repeatable and never really approaches the performance I see under the S61J.  So I'm seeing a 10-15% GPU score loss.

    I tried playing around with a few settings that might be related - increasing IOH Vcore a bit, resetting ESCD, changing PCIE Payload, but nothing changes the Vantage results.


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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 15:49:53 (permalink)
    Thanks for the efforts Jacob.

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/17 15:53:06 (permalink)
    firerx

    I'll wait til next weekend, that way I get a good consensus


    I'm with you on this one. I'm using 49, and everything is working great, so unless there is some kind of improvement with 56, I'll be staying right here.

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/18 10:04:04 (permalink)





    can i find a link to this bios  S22D



     
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/18 11:00:56 (permalink)
    samarlian

    can i find a link to this bios  S22D


    Here is the iso link. I had to go back to it since this new bios does not support XMP memory profiles
     
    http://cdn.evga.com/bios/E759_s22d.iso
    post edited by EVGATech_MattM - 2014/08/08 05:54:10

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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/18 13:11:23 (permalink)
    samarlian

    can i find a link to this bios  S22D


    S22D is for the E759 board, for the E760 board that you list in your signature, you should use S61J  link : http://cdn.evga.com/bios/E760S61J.bin   same BIOS features, just designed for the E760.
    post edited by EVGATech_MattM - 2014/08/08 05:54:35
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/18 15:07:27 (permalink)
    Flashed my bios to the new 56 and not a issue. Good so far few hours and running
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/18 19:41:40 (permalink)
    Looks like the issue of missing 1.5x uncore multiplier for 6 core CPUs still presists....
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    Re:EVGA X58 Classified Motherboards - BIOS 56 Released 2010/04/19 07:42:14 (permalink)
    sunderstan

    Looks like the issue of missing 1.5x uncore multiplier for 6 core CPUs still presists....


    Do you have a retail or engineering sample of the CPU?  Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the 1.5 ratio was only available with the engineering samples of the CPU, and they changed it back to 2x ratio on production CPUs
     
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    post edited by Davabled - 2010/04/19 08:20:41
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