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    Default Re: Gigabyte's next flag ship board Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9

    More info about new 24 phase and VRM:
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    X58A-UD9 new 24 Phase and DES2(energy saving) design
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    708a vcore output pretty easy to handle gulftown, also the new VRM design has complicate and very smart switch dynamic phase let motherboard more durable and strong.

    if you not extreme user, but more focus on engery saver, this VRM design has new techlonlogy, each tiime boot will rotale first pahse to turn on machine, such as first time boot using first phase to turn on, 2nd turn on with 3rd phase automatically, this will reduce RMA risk, give VRM more longer life time, and reduce very boot hit on the same phase.
    On tranditional dynamic VRM design offers CPU phase depened on loading which
    cpu needed. but every time boot the system will from first phase. with engery saver
    tool, system might could change the phase for cpu using, like 1 phase or 2 phase when
    cpu is idle, so think about this, each time you boot the system and idle system, most of time
    power is attacking the first phase, first phase always be use 100%. means if first phase
    die then you need to RMA to board.

    so take down this,
    1. first phase always be used 100%, if die then need to RMA board

    with new VRM and energy saving design, system will chose random phase to boot(
    yes this is the new technology!), when cpu boot or idle , first phase won't be aways 100%
    and not be the only one be attack, so if first phase die, 2nd phase replace to boot system
    automatically, if 2nd die , 3rd phase will instead to do this job.

    so take down this.

    2. first phase won't be hit 100%, lift more longer life span of VRM
    if first phase die, the board still work well, casue 2nd phase will replace to do the job.

    3. reduce the heater of VRM, if system is idle or light loading, the heater won't be always
    on the same phase. system boot to choose each phase to be the master phase.

    with DES 2 software, system will auotmatically choose which phase to boot, also provide
    dynamic phase change. make a exmaple, when cpu light loading needs 2 phase to work
    system choose 1st and 3rd, so 2nd phase won't be use, this function also balance the heater from whole VRM design.

    system is under DES2 controlled, and compatible with easytune6, you could do overclocking aslo do the DES2, here is the defination when VRM will use full 24phase
    , when cpu is under heavy loading, current over than 80amps of vcore, normally
    if you install a 980x processor do a full core task, VRM will run 24phase.

    X58A-UD9 is based on this new technology of VRM design, but more complicate
    sorry i can't tell whole story, but hope my explaination will help you to understand
    gigabyte's new VRM design.

    the attached picture like a simple explanation, and comparison with trandition
    engery saving VRM design.

    X58A-UD9 new VRM energy saving design benefit.
    1. balance and reduce the heat of VRM
    2. more effiency offer power with dynamic phase change
    3. offer more long life span, reducing power attacking the same phase
    4. reduce RMA case ( attached picture use 4phase to explain, with tranditional design
    if first phase die, then you need RMA, with new design, if you loose phase 1,3,4 board
    still alive.)
    5. new 24phase VRM and DES2 design, combined with best effiency and powerful
    current for cpu using.

    backup* if you not install DES2, VRM do full 24 phase all the time.


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    Default Re: Gigabyte's next flag ship board Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9

    Wow, look at that price!!

    Does this come with an included 128GB SSD or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Does this come with an included 128GB SSD or what?
    Hmmm....It might be worth the price if it did. I can understand peoples hobbies, I have some expensive ones of my own, but $700 for a single processor board? That's a little too expensive. But than again, i'm sportin a X58A-UD5, so....
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    got it today and installed i am typing on it as we speak
    First post to a long time but it did post just fine pressed delete to get into bios and boy is there a bios
    its going to take days of reading and a Engineers deagree to understand it all i will reboot in a few and take screen shoots of it for you guys
    havnt tryed any overclock as of yet just want to get it running first
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    all i have done so far is change vcore to 1.40
    and QPI 1.255
    changed Mulipler to 29

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judge-dredd View Post
    all i have done so far is change vcore to 1.40
    and QPI 1.255
    changed Mulipler to 29
    Congrats for new beast!
    I'll upload latest beta BIOS F2d soon.
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    i think there is a bios problem with CPU and board Temps
    my system is running at 46C
    my CPU is running at 48C
    my set up is the same as it was before Swiftech APOGEE GTZ for CPU
    i am also useing the biult in northbridge waterblock just like i did on the EX58 etreme board

    i have a new waterblock comming for cpu should be here today i dont think it will chamge but i am coing to try

    you also can not use the Hybrid Silent-Pipe 2 when you plug the power in to the PCIE slot this is a big flaw
    it say in manual to plug these in when running more then 1 video cards

    LSD can you check with gigabyte about the Temps
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    Default Re: Gigabyte's next flag ship board Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9

    Are you using the latest Everest?

    Even if so, it may not be updated yet for UD9, you may need to send Fiery your CPU-z dump
    Lavalys Discussion Forum -> Hardware monitoring

    Or do you mean these temps are also shown in the BIOS? If so it is likely a BIOS bug, they will work it out soon I am sure.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte's next flag ship board Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9

    In Previous beta BIOS,you have another beta BIOS(E22...) which dino22 use to break all records.
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    used Everest Ultimate Edition v5.0.0.1650
    also install easytune 6 just see if they where same they where i dont like easytune though it was still right
    installed new waterblock today same temp 59 but only 65 in game so that tells me it off for sure plus water is not that hot in the reservoir
    on the extreme board temp were 35 idle 45 in game running @ 4.0

    the board temp is 39 on the UD9 as well so i know the CPU temp is off
    Last edited by Judge-dredd; 05-21-2010 at 01:02 PM. Reason: more info
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