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  • Gigabyte touch BIOS anyone use it?

    new version released yesterday for my board B11.1201.1 much more responsive than the last version
    opens in lest than half the time for me


    still crap tho LOL

  • #2
    Originally posted by Sniperdude View Post
    still crap tho LOL
    That is hilarious! It is crap indeed...I don`t like it!
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    • #3
      I can't stand it, never used to work for me and cba to try again.
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      • #4
        its actually much faster now so much so I would use it.

        I think its the only software from gigabyte I actually will use.

        haha NickCPC uses @ BIOS ;p

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        • #5
          @BIOS actually works though! It's never failed for me (unlike TouchBIOS which never seemed to apply or save anything I set), it does the job and although from the design you can tell it's coded in the far east, in my experience there's nothing fundamentally wrong with it at all lol.
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          • #6
            i will convert you to using Q flash instead

            this is taken from the official Gigabyte support at tweak town LOL
            Please DO NOT USE @BIOS!!

            This cannot be stressed enough. I cannot recommend using it AT ALL with all other available options

            I have seen many Boards killed (IE: Bricked, that is your motherboard is now a brick and you will have to RMA your board) by using @BIOS. I would guess that more then 90% of RMA's due to a bad flash, were because of @BIOS alone.

            Yes it may work for you once or twice but if you keep using it you will find out the hard way it is not a good idea. Windows based flashing has always been looked down on and likely will never be a accepted or recommended method to flash a BIOS

            A few @BIOS "Bad flash" notes will be below

            Now that the Much needed warning is out of the way, onto the subject at hand

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            • #7
              I use it occasionally if theres a minor tweak I want to make without restarting.. But generally I just use the standard BIOS....



              Originally posted by coiler
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Sniperdude View Post
                i will convert you to using Q flash instead

                this is taken from the official Gigabyte support at tweak town LOL
                Please DO NOT USE @BIOS!!

                This cannot be stressed enough. I cannot recommend using it AT ALL with all other available options

                I have seen many Boards killed (IE: Bricked, that is your motherboard is now a brick and you will have to RMA your board) by using @BIOS. I would guess that more then 90% of RMA's due to a bad flash, were because of @BIOS alone.

                Yes it may work for you once or twice but if you keep using it you will find out the hard way it is not a good idea. Windows based flashing has always been looked down on and likely will never be a accepted or recommended method to flash a BIOS

                A few @BIOS "Bad flash" notes will be below

                Now that the Much needed warning is out of the way, onto the subject at hand
                Hatred of @BIOS! Niiice.

                Ive used the Touch BIOS... never used any of the older ones, but im actually liking it! and as long as I remember to save to CMOS its all good
                Originally posted by omega
                He's trying to lick the inside of his brain though, doesn't that count for something??

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Sniperdude View Post
                  i will convert you to using Q flash instead

                  this is taken from the official Gigabyte support at tweak town LOL
                  Please DO NOT USE @BIOS!!
                  +1. I only use Q-Flash and never had any problem with this tool

                  BTW Touch BIOS OC guide is here: http://i4memory.com/f90/z68x-ud7-b3-...p-guide-30194/
                  Last edited by XtremeLuke; 23-12-11, 10:37. Reason: added link

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