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I know that the new Z97 boards auto detect PWM or 3-pin fan installed, I am not sure if that was in the the second one.
how do you install the killer without the bloatware?
why do you clear the CMOS so much? If there is a bad OC not related to heavy BCLK increases the board should easily boot and tell u settings failed, the OC recovery is tuned well. I bet I can guess the brand of motherboard you had last which would require a CMOS reset in lieu of auto recovery.
If the output filter cannot provide enough current to the CPU (the capacitors don't have enough stored up, or the current step is larger than the design, or the switching isn't fast enough to keep up with CPU demand) then the PWM can pulse all phases at the same time. However this is a very inefficient operating mode and defeats the purposes of the VRM's switching design, you might as well use a linear regulator. In both cases though each phase provides about the same when...
yea that is odd they put different BIOSes for the boards, I don't know why they would do that other than to differentiate them.
I think 1AWhat is the issue?You do know the 4970K turbos to 4.4ghz, right?There is also BIOS F6 which might reduce the VID:http://download.gigabyte.asia/FileList/BIOS/mb_bios_ga-z97x-gaming-g1_f6.zip
There are two modes for auto voltage,the first is SVID that the CPU provides itself through communication with the PWM on the VRM, this is newish tech introduced with P67 and Sandy bridge, bt applies to VIN here since the VRm on the board doesn't directly supply the CPu Cores but rather the FIVR.The second are motherboard auto rules on different voltages set different on each brand/model.There is almost no way to tell.
Yes but the heat is too great to sustain that kind of activity, it only happens in rare conditions.
haha what about CPUz? CPUz also polls the CPU, and can cause instability, like a lot of overclockers crash after running a benchmark and trying to put up CPUz screens, that is why they have that trigger switch on the SOC series.no idea, but GTL is good for tweaking in windows, but the settings are only applied in windows, when you restart they are gone and you can try them again or input them into the UEFI.yes those are the only differences, most get the SOC Force over...
the issue is real time monitoring introduced polling of different aspects which can hurt stability of the system overall, it would defeat the purpose of GTL being light and stable.
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