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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    the voltage remains high. from 4.4 GHz up. to be stable: 4.4 Ghz = 1.24v
    4.5ghz 1.28V, 4.6ghz 1.36v 4.7 1.44 v. At 4.4 ghz if i set llc on medium i must set dvid -0.06 to go at 1.24vcore
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    The problem I have with my board is this.

    If I stay as I am with a vid of 1.250v, DVID set to 0.050v - which should give me 1.300v - and LLC set to Auto/Normal/Standard/Low I then get two different voltages depending on CPU load. For example, in gaming I will see 1.300 - 1.310v, in emulation like PCSX2/Dolphin etc.. I see upto 1.315v - again I don't really mind this, and the same for video encoding. But try something like Prime95 and the voltage jumps up to a mental 1.480v and nearly 90c.
    If I then lower the DVID to compensate for the 1.480v jump then the PC will blue-screen or just reboot because the voltage is now not nearly enough.

    My only option that I know works is to run the voltage at a set amount such as 1.300v, leave power saving modes on so the CPU will still be 1.300v, even at idle clocks of 1.600ghz, and simply put up with idle temps of 44c roughly, as opposed to 30c and 1.000v using DVID.

    What annoys me the most is that I know this is BIOS related because my first ever BIOS update for this board worked fine. Problem is, I cannot remember what BIOS this was, or what BIOS the board came with. It may have been F8, I cannot be sure, but also at the time the BIOS I used may have been a few revisions newer around F14. Not 100% sure.

    I am not going to be running Prime95 daily, so for now I just deal with it, but there may come a time when my PC is encoding video, I'm not around, and the voltage decides to jump back upto 1.480v and 90c.

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    Guys.......can you open new thread......thanks.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    Guys.......can you open new thread......thanks.....

    i made this Gigabyte Ud5h Issues

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    Thanks....
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    In conclusion... Better buy other brand
    "Thank you for your kindly mail. After confirming, we do not have plan to release UEFI BIOS for GA-P67A-UD4-B3(rev. 1.1) for far. But, if we release UEFI BIOS for this motherboard in the future, we will update it on our website immediately. Sorry for any inconvenience."

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    Quote Originally Posted by arisrss View Post
    In conclusion... Better buy other brand
    "Thank you for your kindly mail. After confirming, we do not have plan to release UEFI BIOS for GA-P67A-UD4-B3(rev. 1.1) for far. But, if we release UEFI BIOS for this motherboard in the future, we will update it on our website immediately. Sorry for any inconvenience."

    Oh that's just great. Lower end boards (ud3) get a working uefi bios, god forbid the mainstream boards and high end get it too. Time to go ASUS or MSI i guess...

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    You really whining about a company not willing to waste engineer time on implementing features into several years old products? O'RLY?

    edit: What in the hell is so awesome about UEFI BIOS over the classic one? It offers pretty much exactly the same functionality you need. I used my P45 motherboard until recently, and the only difference from my current one I can see is some lousy graphical interface I don't need.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by Octopuss View Post
    You really whining about a company not willing to waste engineer time on implementing features into several years old products? O'RLY?

    edit: What in the hell is so awesome about UEFI BIOS over the classic one? It offers pretty much exactly the same functionality you need. I used my P45 motherboard until recently, and the only difference from my current one I can see is some lousy graphical interface I don't need.

    Several years old? Really? Are you high or something? And if that were the case why did the ud3 line get it and not the rest? Not to mention other brands had UEFI since the beginning. Better overclock capabilities, faster boot to windows. But hey a company has to make money right..

    edit: Here is a good read on the several advantages over tradicional bios http://www.extremetech.com/computing...os-replacement and http://blogs.msdn.com/b/b8/archive/2...with-uefi.aspx
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS

    Ivy Bridge overclock support...

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