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Yes, i run F2G, as it solves the dual boot bug with turbo disabled (that was in F1). For 4Ghz, same as above, except multiplier x20 and try with vcore 1.3 (with vdroop you get 1.28v). Of course run stability test, because your chip may need more voltage than mine. But i have a pretty "standard" 8320, so most likely, you will be stable. Just keep APM off, turbo disabled, LLC normal and all CnQ features enabled.

If that still doesn't work, then it means that you need to use AMDMsrTweaker if you have Win7 (it's what i use, see my signature) and set Vcore to AUTO. This is the string i use:

P6=7@0.8125 P5=8.5@0.95 P4=11.5@1.0 P3=14.5@1.15 P2=20@1.3

Or, if you want to avoid AMDMsrTweaker, try raising multi to x20, while keeping vcore to AUTO.

EDIT: Honestly, it's becoming tiresome discovering new bugs after 2 years from launch. Unless Gigabyte gets its act together, i am not buying Gigabyte again. Unfortunately i 've already bought 2 UD3P rev1.0. Fortunately i am happy at 4Ghz, but even if one closes one eye to the overclocking bugs, one can't ignore how ugly the UEFI is.

unbelievable ... problem solved ... you know?
There are two solutions:
first solution: I flashed the bios version F1 (first release) compared to F2G which moreover was a beta ..
second solution (most likely): I discovered by chance that after you set all the parameters manually including vcore fixed and energy savings, after logging off and back in the bios to change the offset, after changing the offset, the bios automatically rehabilitated the turbo mode by savings ... I do not know why but I am sure of this because now that I have switched off again turbo pc works perfectly with the offset set. ..
I hope that this discussion will help someone if anything were to run into this problem ...wink.gif
Thanks to those who helped me smile.gif
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Glad you solved... Unfortunately it just proves that Gigabyte continues with the "hide and seek" BIOS games...
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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveOptical Drive
Crucial BX100 250GB Western Digital Green 2TB LiteOn Blu-Ray Burner IHBS 112-2 LG BH16NS55 Blu-Ray Burner 
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FX-8300 Asrock 970 Extreme3 HIS 6570 Silence Corsair XMS3 1600Mhz 8GB (2x4GB) CAS9 
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Plextor M6S 128GB Toshiba 2TB SATAIII LiteOn Blu Ray burner IHBS 112-2 Xigmatek Balder 
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Glad you solved... Unfortunately it just proves that Gigabyte continues with the "hide and seek" BIOS games...

the interesting thing is that Gigabyte support has not yet responded... tongue.gif
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