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Very true. I'm on mobile right now so can't see his sig.

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dual bios is one of the things I miss on my M8 Hero for sure.
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Dual bios switch has saved me many times and yeah my motherboard has it. I can't boot on the bios I was thinking to flash I don't know how holding the end key will help when it just boot loops on it. I can only boot on my backup bios.

Edit: Flashed both bioses to previous version which is F7. Will be testing for now if the problem happens again.
Edited by benjamen50 - 11/1/15 at 7:27pm
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Originally Posted by benjamen50 View Post

Dual bios switch has saved me many times and yeah my motherboard has it. I can't boot on the bios I was thinking to flash I don't know how holding the end key will help when it just boot loops on it. I can only boot on my backup bios.

Edit: Flashed both bioses to previous version which is F7. Will be testing for now if the problem happens again.
Don't know if there is a comparable bios for the UD5H - BK, but on my UD5H I'm on the beta F9H bios. It was the one that has worked best for me and was soon before they started releasing Broadwell compatible BIOS some of which the uncore worked differently. There have been several beta's since that time but I haven't tried them all.
post #2304 of 2500
Hi and thanks in advance for your answer
I recently updated my GA-Z97X-UD3H-BK (rev. 1.0) bios from f6 to f8, but now when activate x.m.p. profile the uncore ratio don´t drop anymore
so downgrade to F7 and the same, don´t drop, only when xmp is activated
i can´t back to f6
My questions:
this issue can be a big problem on short or long time?
How can affect the performance?
post #2305 of 2500
Hi.
I'm new with UEFI bios (I used to work with my first and 10 years old PC).
All is changed nowaday. smile.gif

Since I encounter some issue with temperature of my i7 4790K (tough using a good coller), I asked in Devils canyon user club thread and someone explain me that i should first tweak my bios to prevent overvoltage of AMX (Prime95) instruction.

Is thare any tutorial of Gigabyte Z97 Bios ?

For example, I saw on Voltage tab that i can put fixed value, and there is a On-Off switch in the end of each voltage line. Although i Click Apply, every line switch back to Off no matter what.

Thank for any help, and please excuse me if my question is trivial. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by elTRex View Post

Hi.
I'm new with UEFI bios (I used to work with my first and 10 years old PC).
All is changed nowaday. smile.gif

Since I encounter some issue with temperature of my i7 4790K (tough using a good coller), I asked in Devils canyon user club thread and someone explain me that i should first tweak my bios to prevent overvoltage of AMX (Prime95) instruction.

Is thare any tutorial of Gigabyte Z97 Bios ?

For example, I saw on Voltage tab that i can put fixed value, and there is a On-Off switch in the end of each voltage line. Although i Click Apply, every line switch back to Off no matter what.

Thank for any help, and please excuse me if my question is trivial. wink.gif

Someone else will provide you the guidance you ask for.

I would like to tell you this, only: a healthy and correctly set up system, while on its Optimized Defaults, should definitely be capable of running Prime95, even the latest version. For the temperature problems that you are facing, check out if you've seated your CPU cooler properly, how much and what quality of TIM you have applied, and get a good monitoring tool, like HWiNFO64, to monitor everything. And preferably, post some screenshots, as well.
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I'm not sure if this is the same guide as Sin's, but it gives you basis to start your oc.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-guide-with-statistics


As for your temps, Ivy, Haswell, & DC suffer from crap intel thermal compound. Delid is a good option to reduce your temps (there are guides. If you have a decent chip that doesn't overheat like crap, an aio will do the job well. My chip dropped 10-15°c after deliding (15+ on my old 4670k). Skylake also has the thermal issues, but deliding is limited to one method (blade, can't use vise as its been shown to brake the wafer on the thinner silicone Skylake).
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Originally Posted by elTRex View Post

Hi.
I'm new with UEFI bios (I used to work with my first and 10 years old PC).
All is changed nowaday. smile.gif

Since I encounter some issue with temperature of my i7 4790K (tough using a good coller), I asked in Devils canyon user club thread and someone explain me that i should first tweak my bios to prevent overvoltage of AMX (Prime95) instruction.

Is thare any tutorial of Gigabyte Z97 Bios ?

For example, I saw on Voltage tab that i can put fixed value, and there is a On-Off switch in the end of each voltage line. Although i Click Apply, every line switch back to Off no matter what.

Thank for any help, and please excuse me if my question is trivial. wink.gif
Just to reference, This can be usefull


Edited by AcMtyMx - 11/10/15 at 10:59am
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Originally Posted by LostParticle View Post

Someone else will provide you the guidance you ask for.

I would like to tell you this, only: a healthy and correctly set up system, while on its Optimized Defaults, should definitely be capable of running Prime95, even the latest version. For the temperature problems that you are facing, check out if you've seated your CPU cooler properly, how much and what quality of TIM you have applied, and get a good monitoring tool, like HWiNFO64, to monitor everything. And preferably, post some screenshots, as well.

Actually this is what i just figured out, I'll try on Default to see exactly, but the most recent think i discovered is that disabling XMP profiles for my 2400 Mhz RAm (setting it back to 1600Mhz so) make my CPU temperature cooler (about 10°C less).
It may make sense for you, but for me i'm still wandering why memory frequency impact CPU temperature cause the base clock stay at 100 mhz in both case didn't it ?

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I'm not sure if this is the same guide as Sin's, but it gives you basis to start your oc.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-guide-with-statistics


As for your temps, Ivy, Haswell, & DC suffer from crap intel thermal compound. Delid is a good option to reduce your temps (there are guides. If you have a decent chip that doesn't overheat like crap, an aio will do the job well. My chip dropped 10-15°c after deliding (15+ on my old 4670k). Skylake also has the thermal issues, but deliding is limited to one method (blade, can't use vise as its been shown to brake the wafer on the thinner silicone Skylake).

I'll read this guide too then.

As for delided is concern, I really don't think I'm up to this right now, way too difficult for me. But I totally understand the backbone of it and how intel artificially "nerfed" its cpu (i think because of no real concurrence + want to sell another generation each years and an half, ...).

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Just to reference, This can be usefull


Thank you, this is exactly what i was looking for (even though this user dont review all Bios parameter).
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Thank you, this is exactly what i was looking for (even though this user dont review all Bios parameter).

Download this XTU (Intel Extreme Tuning Utility) from Gigabyte

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4961#utility
Edited by AcMtyMx - 11/10/15 at 2:43pm
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