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Problem with clock ratio : gigabyte GA-Z77-D3H

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Hey guys,
So I'm once again in trouble with my gigabyte mobo ( here is the previous problem I had LINK)

This time it's about the Clock ratio of the i5 3570K, it doesn't appear to respond anymore to changes in the bios. I can change it to 30 or 50, cpu-Z will still display 100 x40. Prime testing, hw64 shows a clock speed of 4000 MHz.
I had trouble with the mobo lowering the BCLK to 98 in "auto" when I added a soundcard but it have always allowed me to compensate by setting it to 102. And now it would not respond to changes I make in the CPU frequency section.
the bios is in the F19g version.

Anyone has an idea ?
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Some of those betas had sticking issue. You can clear CMOS, and it will work, but just try another BIOS. F19i is up.
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Thanks very much, I'll try doing it tonight.

I was thinking about picking another mobo, better suited for tweaks and overclocking. Only it was using the m-sata port with a 120 GB Toshiba ssd ... Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H any good ?
Edited by kamimaru - 6/13/13 at 1:17am
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Any other Gigabyte board that is better than yours if you need mSATA. Some of the other manufactures also have it though.

What's the problem with your board? Except missing SLI support, it should be more than enough for OC. Well unless you want to get 5Ghz+.
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If it work after a clear cmos then there is no "problem" with the board. It just isn't optimal for somebody like me who would like to control things a little more. Like this automatic bclk lowering, also fan control is poor ... I just want a little more

And it's good to have sli support for future upgrade.
Edited by kamimaru - 6/13/13 at 1:38am
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If you want good fan control, take a look at P8Z77-V.
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post #7 of 7
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OK just to let you know,
the clear cmos did not do anything, the good new is : the bios flash did solve the problems.
It looks like that new beta bios is better that the previous one. BCLK back to normal, system is stable and i will do the overcloking again this weekend.

thanks again .
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