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post #21 of 59
great read!! I really hope gigbyate pulled there head out of there ass with the Z68 X79 fiasco....

this Gen is looking really good!!!
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My microstutter results running Left4dead 1 with a 570gtx (reference board), i5-760, on Asus Sabtertooth 55i, 296.10 Nvidia drivers. Any possibility of testing left4dead real fast o_O

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post #23 of 59
You sir may have just sold me a Giga board! Just gotta see what EVGA does with their FTW board.
post #24 of 59
As always SIn with amazing review.

What will make me come back to Gigabyte, not that it matters but i will put out my toughts, no offense please thumb.gif

1.Clear cmos button at the back of the mobo, not all use their mobos at bench rigs, i cant really open up my case door at 2am in the morning.

2. Accurate vcore reading (CPU-Z) without need to use the dreadful Easytune.

3. Totally fixed reboot loops and BIOS issues (not that i don't trust you but its different when like 1000 users got their boards in hands, instead of one who do everything perfect regarding proper setup, need masses global experience.

Lets hope Gigabyte will totally impress me this round thumb.gif
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Great in depth review.. thumb.gif

P.S.: Lucid Virtu MVP works on Z68 also.

Check out my 3DMark 11 with MVP (2500K @ 4.5GHz + GTX480 @ 820/1025MHz) P8813


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When is the Z77 Sniper coming out?
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Great in depth review.. thumb.gif
P.S.: Lucid Virtu MVP works on Z68 also.
Check out my 3DMark 11 with MVP (2500K @ 4.5GHz + GTX480 @ 820/1025MHz) P8813
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I believe on Z68 it is 30 days trial right?
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As always SIn with amazing review.
What will make me come back to Gigabyte, not that it matters but i will put out my toughts, no offense please thumb.gif
1.Clear cmos button at the back of the mobo, not all use their mobos at bench rigs, i cant really open up my case door at 2am in the morning.
2. Accurate vcore reading (CPU-Z) without need to use the dreadful Easytune.
3. Totally fixed reboot loops and BIOS issues (not that i don't trust you but its different when like 1000 users got their boards in hands, instead of one who do everything perfect regarding proper setup, need masses global experience.
Lets hope Gigabyte will totally impress me this round thumb.gif

Some great points here!

I have multiple Asus and Gigabyte boards (p67,z68) and have experienced boot loops with all. Was able to solve the problem with the P67 boards, both Asus and Gigabyte. The Z68 boards were a different story, I could never solve the cold-boot loops with Gigabyte but they never required a Cmos reset! Have 3 or more loops, the boards would come alive!
The Asus Maximus boards would require a CMOS reset until the latest BIos revisions were released and awake by PCIe was selected! This was very irritating but it was fixed!

My X79 Sabertooth board has never had any issue at all! A superb board!

I think the UD5H is the best board at its price point! Time will tell the story!
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As always SIn with amazing review.
What will make me come back to Gigabyte, not that it matters but i will put out my toughts, no offense please thumb.gif
1.Clear cmos button at the back of the mobo, not all use their mobos at bench rigs, i cant really open up my case door at 2am in the morning.
2. Accurate vcore reading (CPU-Z) without need to use the dreadful Easytune.
3. Totally fixed reboot loops and BIOS issues (not that i don't trust you but its different when like 1000 users got their boards in hands, instead of one who do everything perfect regarding proper setup, need masses global experience.
Lets hope Gigabyte will totally impress me this round thumb.gif

2 is out of giga's hands, i have a cpu-z version that reads correct vcore, ill share it.
3, they are fixed, they were fixed with X79 and are fixed now, just i have a lot more than 1 board this time, so don't worry, i will test all the boards with more than 1 CPU and memory, as now i just don't just review but also beta test them. The issue was them trying to not use UEFI and then interactions with the ME and Dual BIOS. However it was totally resolved with the G1 Sniper 2 for instance, and then the X79 boards didn't have the boot loop issue. In regards to that these boards are much better than X79, basically the problems Z68 had, X79 took care of, but made more probelms, Z77 takes care of both problems from both chipsets.

but yea I will make videos and such, so just keep your eyes peeled.
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2 is out of giga's hands, i have a cpu-z version that reads correct vcore, ill share it.
3, they are fixed, they were fixed with X79 and are fixed now, just i have a lot more than 1 board this time, so don't worry, i will test all the boards with more than 1 CPU and memory, as now i just don't just review but also beta test them. The issue was them trying to not use UEFI and then interactions with the ME and Dual BIOS. However it was totally resolved with the G1 Sniper 2 for instance, and then the X79 boards didn't have the boot loop issue. In regards to that these boards are much better than X79, basically the problems Z68 had, X79 took care of, but made more probelms, Z77 takes care of both problems from both chipsets.
but yea I will make videos and such, so just keep your eyes peeled.



Thanks for the explanation dude, glad to hear the boot loops are sorted, can you at least give Gigabyte suggestion to get back clear cmos on where it was in the past?

BTW what version of CPU-Z is that? i hope is not some really old, pm me.


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Some great points here!
I have multiple Asus and Gigabyte boards (p67,z68) and have experienced boot loops with all. Was able to solve the problem with the P67 boards, both Asus and Gigabyte. The Z68 boards were a different story, I could never solve the cold-boot loops with Gigabyte but they never required a Cmos reset! Have 3 or more loops, the boards would come alive!
The Asus Maximus boards would require a CMOS reset until the latest BIos revisions were released and awake by PCIe was selected! This was very irritating but it was fixed!
My X79 Sabertooth board has never had any issue at all! A superb board!
I think the UD5H is the best board at its price point! Time will tell the story!


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