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Thread: Dynamic Energy Saver 2 and DVID voltage + ET6 issue.

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    Default Dynamic Energy Saver 2 and DVID voltage + ET6 issue.

    I thought I would give this a try again; and see if Dynamic Energy Saver 2 will work correctly with DVID voltage setting being used. It seems the problem is still there if not maybe worse. This is with the latest bios version and Dynamic Energy Saver 2 version.

    The problem is when DVID is set in bios and Dynamic Energy Saver 2 is installed I can not activate Dynamic Energy Saver 2 or the system will lock up. Now with the latest bios and Dynamic Energy Saver 2 besides lock the system up it will then reboot and fail with OC settings.

    If I go into bios and set the same bios settings with the exception of DVID and I use manual Vcore then Dynamic Energy Saver 2 will work just fine but then you lose the ability to lower vcore at idle.

    I wanted to see if anyone else has tried to use this with DVID and had success or not. I love how their are no REAL directions on how to use these motherboard utilities. If this is not how the software is supposed to function that would be a Nice thing to know. Other wise I will submit this to Gigabyte.

    Another issue, well not so much a issue but something that should be in the software. When looking at voltages in ET6 for vcore they should add the line for DVID other wise it just shows you the default voltage for Normal setting (your chips VID)
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    Default Re: Dynamic Energy Saver 2 and DVID voltage + ET6 issue.

    I havnt used des with dvid,when I did try des on its own and enabled it it actually displayed more wattage than when it was disabled and just using cpu power saving modes so I just uninstalled it,I have no stability problems with dvid and eist c3/c6 states enabled
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