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The correct BIOS string is GAZ7711H.86A - we will fix the page in error - thank you for alerting us to this. The very early samples of this board had the '10H' version of BIOS, which are in fact not upgradable to the final production version.
What is intel doing about this problem caused with BIOS 0035 for the DZ68BC, i updated mine to this bios in the hope's of geting power issue with some PSUs fixed, but then after updating nothing was fixed instade othewr problems come, i have a 2500K in this board the turbo was ovariden to 5.9 i could not getit to go back to it's default value, so i disabled the turbo for now till its fixed.
And another thing hopefully when the other bios comes out it will be UEFI like the one for DZ77GA-70K, it would be a nice treat from intel to do this
I would like to see this on the DZ68BC
I have had my PC freeze and display a crazy pattern on my monitor screen. This has happened twice now since updating to the broken BIOS 0035. The color pattern reminds me of when a video card starts to display artifacts when it's overheating or close to dying. Funny thing is I am just using Intel HD 3000 graphics on my 2600K. I don't have a video card installed.
More question as more reviews were posted for this board DZ77GA-70K.
It seems that there was/were some inconsistent in Visual BIOS interface. Techreport posted their review on this board and I assumed it got the latest BIOS for their review set because the date of the BIOS 3254 dated 11/04/2012 (Intel official download site posted the BIOS 0035 dated 10/04/2012)
SPCR (and some other sites) using BIOS 3000 dated 11/03/2012 (Intel official download site posted the BIOS 0027 dated 12/03/2012)
From the two screen-shot above it was clearly shows some cosmetic differences. I'm puzzled why Processor tab shows several "Not Found" message in the BIOS 3254 whereby older BIOS 3000 shows the information correctly?
What make me even puzzle was the first BIOS 0020 interface of the retail board already shows the same interface of review board BIOS 3254 with no "Not Found" message. Source: Guru3d
I am having the same issue - did you find a resolution?
I am having the same issue, and have had across 2 motherboards (both ASUS P8H67M-EVO and under multiple operating systems (originally Windows 7 x64 and now Windows 8 x64). I have been updating BIOS, graphics drivers etc for a year and the problem continues. It is very erratic - it can go a week without, however since upgrading to Win8 it is more frequent and typically multiple times a day.