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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post
so basically after doing some reading on some materials, this is a hybrid UEFi type thing. Users will have access to BIOS through this hybrid UEFI and then also through the old fashioned BIOS.

I can't say more but this is going to be much different than current UEFI schemes as users will have options.
So then it's still plain old, slow booting BIOS? I might have to avoid Gigabyte when I get my Z68 board if that's the case

I assumed they had actually gone from BIOS to UEFI, and then this was just a Windows utility to change UEFI settings without need to reboot and hit DEL or F10
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I am unsure how it will work in the end, but i think the board uses a EFI shell anyways.
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