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Thread: Z77X-UD5H Bios Issue When Setting CPU Multiplier Above 44




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    geokilla is offline Junior Member
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    Question Z77X-UD5H Bios Issue When Setting CPU Multiplier Above 44

    I noticed when I try to overclock my Core i5-3570K using the F16j BIOS by Gigabyte, setting the CPU multiplier over 44 breaks the CPU voltage. The motherboard will raise the voltage to 1.356V and above according to CPU-Z, whereas if I have the multiplier at 43, then it'll keep the CPU Vcore at 1.2V, which is similar to what I have it set in the BIOS. Does anyone know if there is a way to fix this? Or how I can manually mod the BIOS to fix this?

    Edit: It appears Gigabyte released a F16k BIOS which wasn't posted on their website. Basically it has the Spectire and Meltdown patches. https://mega.nz/#!KGIRGILY!zk_zilXlV...VDBv_V1HaFjtIg

    Looks like it has the same CPU multiplier and CPU voltage issue as F16j.
    Last edited by geokilla; 4 Weeks Ago at 05:58 AM.
    Intel Core i5-3570K @ 4.3Ghz @ 1.16V (CPU-Z + LinX)
    Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H F16k Beta BIOS
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