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    Default Z68A-D3H-B3, No VCORE Option in BIOS

    Does the Z68A-D3H-B3 have a manual VCORE option in the BIOS?


    If it does I cannot find it anywhere, not even in the newest F5 BIOS. It would be nice to have an option to adjust this in a future BIOS update perhaps because the instruction manual that comes with the motherboard is misleading. It states that:

    Dynamic Vcore(DVID)
    This option is configurable only when CPU Vcore is set to Normal. The default is Auto.

    OK...where is the VCORE setting please Gigabyte!



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    Default Re: Z68A-D3H-B3, No VCORE Option in BIOS

    LOL

    Is there any option to change DVID?
    Try to press Ctrl+F1(could be Alt+F1) at main BIOS screen and see if you have vcore.
    The screen should flash once when you press the right combo.

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    Default Re: Z68A-D3H-B3, No VCORE Option in BIOS

    Dvid is a different setting,try setting CPU voltage to manual,then it will let set an amount,to use dvid you have to set CPU voltage to normal in CPU voltage list,then it unlocked dvid so you can enter an amount,remember to always leave the first digit on 0 or you will add too much voltage and potentially fry your CPU
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    Default Re: Z68A-D3H-B3, No VCORE Option in BIOS

    There is no vcore option, that's what he's asking.

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    Default Re: Z68A-D3H-B3, No VCORE Option in BIOS

    There should be,but it won't let you adjust it until you set it to manual from auto first,look carefully maybe you missed it?

    Edit, maybe you can only adjust it in touch BIOS? But I do find that strange,here's vcore clearly shown in this video with same mb

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    Default Re: Z68A-D3H-B3, No VCORE Option in BIOS

    I looked through manual and only see option for DVID. I do not see option to set vcore to a set value.

    Just at of curiosity why do you not want to use DVID? It will save on power and heat while out idle.

    Also maybe try out the latest beta bios if you have not tried updating it.
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    Default Re: Z68A-D3H-B3, No VCORE Option in BIOS

    As he quoted, according to the manua DVID require setting vcore to normal.
    Question is if DVID is still adjustable or not.

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    Default Re: Z68A-D3H-B3, No VCORE Option in BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by FordGT View Post
    Does the Z68A-D3H-B3 have a manual VCORE option in the BIOS?
    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    As he quoted, according to the manua DVID require setting vcore to normal.
    Question is if DVID is still adjustable or not.
    On X58 it works like this Auto>normal>manual
    Dvid is greyed out. untill vcore set to normal.

    His bios looks like auto>normal
    and they expect you to use dvid as manual setting is missing.

    Edit I could be wrong but thats how I read it... Op may need to reword is statement/question maybe?? idk
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