GA-K8NF-9 and nTune

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Regarding my earlier post re: this motherboard and nTune. I was hesitant
to e-mail Gigabyte, thinking that I'd never heard back from them. I
received a response from them earlier today, saying that the GA-K8NF-9
*does* support nTune, with a BIOS update--a copy of which was attached
to the e-mail! Kudos to Gigabyte for a small, yet appreciated, act of
positive customer service.

Brent
 
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"Brent Huiberts" <joytravis@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Regarding my earlier post re: this motherboard and nTune. I was hesitant
> to e-mail Gigabyte, thinking that I'd never heard back from them. I
> received a response from them earlier today, saying that the GA-K8NF-9
> *does* support nTune, with a BIOS update--a copy of which was attached to
> the e-mail! Kudos to Gigabyte for a small, yet appreciated, act of
> positive customer service.
>
> Brent

Which BIOS version did they send? If it's F2 then I've already tried it and
it locks up solid.

They might be refering you to their own Easytune software - which did
require a BIOS update, and does work on this board. But it's a useless piece
of software anyway.
 

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Hi,
my K8NF-9 F2 BIOS version (came with it) "does" run nTune right.

Regards.

"RM" <n_simply@hottermail.com> wrote in message news:<42407ce5$0$10939$cc9e4d1f@news-text.dial.pipex.com>...
> "Brent Huiberts" <joytravis@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:CHO%d.750591$Xk.217993@pd7tw3no...
> > Regarding my earlier post re: this motherboard and nTune. I was hesitant
> > to e-mail Gigabyte, thinking that I'd never heard back from them. I
> > received a response from them earlier today, saying that the GA-K8NF-9
> > *does* support nTune, with a BIOS update--a copy of which was attached to
> > the e-mail! Kudos to Gigabyte for a small, yet appreciated, act of
> > positive customer service.
> >
> > Brent
>
> Which BIOS version did they send? If it's F2 then I've already tried it and
> it locks up solid.
>
> They might be refering you to their own Easytune software - which did
> require a BIOS update, and does work on this board. But it's a useless piece
> of software anyway.
 

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