No. I have got an extremely overclock-unfriendly MOBO which nobody uses.
It has got a wide array of annoying features, but most importantly it does not report values for the important OC controls such as FSB, Northbridge, Southbridge, etc. As a result, one is never sure what is the voltage of these components.
In addition, there are errors in the manual. In the manual it is stated that memory voltage starts from 1.55 V so an addition of 0.3 should get that to 1.85 V. However, I found out the hard way, that the memory component voltage actually starts from 1.80V so an addition of 0.3 would make that 2.10.
There are also far less features for precise tweaking compared to other brand pro series, such as Asus Turbo Pro or Asus Rampage. GA-P35-DS4 was supposed to be a pro, high-price, enthusiast model.
I am so disappointed and annoyed by Gigabyte that I will never, ever again buy anything from gigabyte nor suggest to anyone to buy anything from them either. I will stick with ASUS for the rest of my life.
It is NO COINCIDENCE that nobody ever managed to overclock anything faster than 3.8 GHz with this fail MOBO. Look it up on the internet, nobody succeeded. I am open to suggestions, though I have already tried every possible setting and every possible combo, even 12X333 (DONT USE!!!).Edited by Arxontas - 3/19/12 at 11:16am