Originally Posted by dejanh
Ok, I will explain to you why it sucks. It sucks because it is gimmicky, because it serves no purpose, because it is not intuitive (as much as some of you may think that it is), and because it will just plain make it more difficult for people to navigate and identify where various settings get adjusted. If you were not a tech savvy user, just an average user, and I told you to click on the Southbridge to adjust the voltages what do you think would happen? How about if I said click on the BIOS/UEFI chip to adjust settings for OC profiles? Do you think you would know how?
Stupid idea is stupid, as much as somebody may think that it is a good idea because it is flashy. These types of garbage gimmicks do nothing but take away from development time on other more important features. It's like all the ASUS crap that they put out every year with their boards, OC dashboard hardware, OC keys, etc. All crap.
Everybody here who is getting their panties all in a bunch, well, you know what you will do first when you see this? You will change to advanced mode and forget that this was ever added to the UEFI. So much for a useful feature
Really. Did you even think before you typed this out, or did you just get upset that someone called you out and decided then to go on some trivial, full-blown rant.
You can disable the advanced 3D display; in other words, it's optional. Gigabyte's UEFI is just like any other UEFI. Fine, don't use the 3D display. You don't have to. No big deal. It'll work just like any other EUFI in this situation.
In addition, from what I could see from the video, the 3D highlighting option merely allows users to determine what specific component does what and what options are available to said component.
If you cannot figure out how tweaking said components work even after being given an explanation, maybe overclocking isn't the smartest move to begin with? Because not having an explanation surely isn't going to help the situation.
So, what are you upset about aside from someone calling you out? What do you want Gigabyte or Asus to spend time developing in terms of EUFI? You haven't given anything. You just rambled on with conjecture. At least give a proper explanation on what you think they should be spending time developing.