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Might need to add the G0 WWF BIOS features to the template as well.
Added and updated were applicable!

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[code][font=courier new][size=5][b][u]GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD7[/size]

MB Intelligent Tweaker(M.I.T.)[/u]

> Advanced Frequency Settings [Press Enter][/b]

CPU Clock Ratio............................:
CPU Frequency ........................(GHz):
[b]> Advanced CPU Core Features [Press Enter][/b]

Intel(R) Turbo Boost Tech..................:
CPU Cores Enabled..........................:
CPU Multi Threading........................:
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E)....................:
C3/C6/C7 State Support.....................:
CPU Thermal Monitor........................:
CPU EIST Function..........................:
Bi-Directional PROCHOT.....................:

QPI Clock Ratio............................:
QPI Link Speed........................(GHz):
Uncore Clock Ratio.........................:
Uncore Frequency......................(MHz):
[b]>>>>> Standard Clock Control[/b]
Base Clock(BCLK) Control...................:
BCLK Frequency(MHz)........................:
Extreme Memory Profile(X.M.P.).............:
System Memory Multiplier (SPD).............:
Memory Frequency(MHz)......................:
PCI Express Frequency(MHz).................:
[b]>>>>> Advanced Clock Control[/b]
CPU Clock Drive (mV).......................:
PCI Express Clock Drive (mV)...............:
CPU Clock Skew (ps)........................:
IOH Clock Skew (ps)........................:

[b]> Advanced Memory Settings [Press Enter][/b]

Extreme Memory Profile(X.M.P.).............:
System Memory Multiplier (SPD).............:
Memory Frequency(MHz)......................:
Performance Enhance........................:
DRAM Timing Selectable (SPD)...............:
Profile DDR Voltage........................:
Profile QPI Voltage........................:
Channel Interleaving.......................:
Rank Interleaving..........................:
[b]>>>>> Channel A, B, & C
> Channel A, B, & C Timing Settings [Press Enter]

>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Standard Timing Control[/b]
Cas Latency Time...........................:
tRCD.......................................:
tRP........................................:
tRAS.......................................:
[b]>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Advanced Timing Control[/b]
tRC........................................:
tRRD ......................................:
tWTR ......................................:
tWR........................................:
tWTP.......................................:
tWL........................................:
tRFC.......................................:
tRTP.......................................:
tFAW.......................................:
Command Rate (CMD) ........................:
[b]>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Misc Timing Control[/b]
B2B CAS Delay..............................:
Round Trip Latency.........................:

[b]> Channel A, B, & C Turnaround Setting [Press Enter]

>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Reads Followed By Reads[/b]
Different DIMMs............................:
Different Ranks............................:
On The Same Rank...........................:
[b]>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Writes Followed By Writes[/b]
Different DIMMs............................:
Different Ranks............................:
On The Same Rank...........................:

[b]> Advanced Voltage Settings [Press Enter]

>>> CPU[/b]
LoadLine Calibration.......................:
CPU Vcore..................................:
xDynamic Vcore(DVID).......................:
QPI/VTT Voltage............................:
CPU PLL....................................:
[b]>>> MCH/ICH[/b]
PCIE.......................................:
QPI PLL....................................:
IOH Core...................................:
ICH I/O....................................:
ICH Core...................................:
[b]>>> Dram[/b]
DRAM Voltage...............................:
DRAM Termination...........................:
Ch-A Data VRef.............................:
Ch-B Data VRef.............................:
Ch-C Data VRef.............................:
Ch-A Address VRef..........................:
Ch-B Address VRef..........................:
Ch-C Address VRef..........................:

[b]> Miscellaneous Settings [Press Enter][/b]

Isochronous Support........................:
Virtualization Technology..................:

[b]GOOC 2010 WWF Rev.2 Settings Only[/b]

GOOC Lean Mode.............................:
GOOC extreme clock.........................:
GOOC extreme temp..........................: [/font][/code]

Will look like this when posted:
Code:
GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD7

MB Intelligent Tweaker(M.I.T.)

> Advanced Frequency Settings [Press Enter]

CPU Clock Ratio............................: 
CPU Frequency ........................(GHz): 
> Advanced CPU Core Features [Press Enter]

Intel(R) Turbo Boost Tech..................: 
CPU Cores Enabled..........................: 
CPU Multi Threading........................: 
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E)....................: 
C3/C6/C7 State Support.....................: 
CPU Thermal Monitor........................: 
CPU EIST Function..........................: 
Bi-Directional PROCHOT.....................: 

QPI Clock Ratio............................: 
QPI Link Speed........................(GHz): 
Uncore Clock Ratio.........................: 
Uncore Frequency......................(MHz): 
>>>>> Standard Clock Control
Base Clock(BCLK) Control...................: 
BCLK Frequency(MHz)........................: 
Extreme Memory Profile(X.M.P.).............: 
System Memory Multiplier (SPD).............: 
Memory Frequency(MHz)......................: 
PCI Express Frequency(MHz).................:
>>>>> Advanced Clock Control
CPU Clock Drive (mV).......................: 
PCI Express Clock Drive (mV)...............: 
CPU Clock Skew (ps)........................: 
IOH Clock Skew (ps)........................: 

> Advanced Memory Settings [Press Enter]

Extreme Memory Profile(X.M.P.).............: 
System Memory Multiplier (SPD).............: 
Memory Frequency(MHz)......................: 
Performance Enhance........................: 
DRAM Timing Selectable (SPD)...............: 
Profile DDR Voltage........................: 
Profile QPI Voltage........................: 
Channel Interleaving.......................: 
Rank Interleaving..........................: 
>>>>> Channel A, B, & C
> Channel A, B, & C Timing Settings [Press Enter]

>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Standard Timing Control
Cas Latency Time...........................: 
tRCD.......................................: 
tRP........................................: 
tRAS.......................................: 
>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Advanced Timing Control
tRC........................................: 
tRRD ......................................: 
tWTR ......................................: 
tWR........................................: 
tWTP.......................................: 
tWL........................................: 
tRFC.......................................: 
tRTP.......................................: 
tFAW.......................................: 
Command Rate (CMD) ........................: 
>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Misc Timing Control
B2B CAS Delay..............................: 
Round Trip Latency.........................: 

> Channel A, B, & C Turnaround Setting [Press Enter]

>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Reads Followed By Reads
Different DIMMs............................: 
Different Ranks............................: 
On The Same Rank...........................: 
>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Writes Followed By Writes
Different DIMMs............................: 
Different Ranks............................: 
On The Same Rank...........................: 

> Advanced Voltage Settings [Press Enter]

>>> CPU
LoadLine Calibration.......................: 
CPU Vcore..................................: 
xDynamic Vcore(DVID).......................: 
QPI/VTT Voltage............................: 
CPU PLL....................................: 
>>> MCH/ICH
PCIE.......................................: 
QPI PLL....................................: 
IOH Core...................................: 
ICH I/O....................................: 
ICH Core...................................: 
>>> Dram
DRAM Voltage...............................: 
DRAM Termination...........................: 
Ch-A Data VRef.............................: 
Ch-B Data VRef.............................: 
Ch-C Data VRef.............................: 
Ch-A Address VRef..........................: 
Ch-B Address VRef..........................: 
Ch-C Address VRef..........................: 

> Miscellaneous Settings [Press Enter]

Isochronous Support........................: 
Virtualization Technology..................: 

GOOC 2010 WWF Rev.2 Settings Only

GOOC Lean Mode.............................: 
GOOC extreme clock.........................: 
GOOC extreme temp..........................: 

Edited by MacG32 - 10/21/10 at 5:18am
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Great work my friend. Every suggestion I have made you just do it. No questions asked, no refusing, just maintaning a thread the way everyone likes to see it.

++++rep my friend.
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Great work my friend. Every suggestion I have made you just do it. No questions asked, no refusing, just maintaning a thread the way everyone likes to see it.

++++rep my friend.
Thank you very much!
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Got Win7 to do AHCI by patching registry.
My SSD, D:, and DVD drives on Sata 0, 1 all work fine with AHCI set on all controllers.
I am not using RAID on anything.

The esata ports on rear panel do not recognize any drives if AHCI is set.
They work ok in IDE mode (but then no hot-plugging) and I have to reboot anytime I change the drive to get it recognized.

Anyone know of a fix for this?
    
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Sorry bgraves, no idea.

Had a few minutes to do some foam prep, thought I would share.




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bgraves sorry I don't know what could cause this issue...
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Great work my friend. Every suggestion I have made you just do it. No questions asked, no refusing, just maintaning a thread the way everyone likes to see it.

++++rep my friend.
Well I could say the same thing, I've been watching this thread for several months since I got myself UD7, and seeing this thread nice, clean, updated and friendly I decided to join on board. I don't regret it since MacG32 is always around here even for newbies like myself.
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Sorry bgraves, no idea.

Had a few minutes to do some foam prep, thought I would share.
I love to see you kicking UD7, I hope you're having a great time ever since day one. Keep us updated, I'm curious to see the outcome.
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I love to see you kicking UD7, I hope you're having a great time ever since day one. Keep us updated, I'm curious to see the outcome.
Will do for sure. Only thing holding me back is I just recently went back to collage full time after 15 years and I work full time, so not sure when I will get to show the results.
First chip should be in the next two weeks though.
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Got Win7 to do AHCI by patching registry.
My SSD, D:, and DVD drives on Sata 0, 1 all work fine with AHCI set on all controllers.
I am not using RAID on anything.

The esata ports on rear panel do not recognize any drives if AHCI is set.
They work ok in IDE mode (but then no hot-plugging) and I have to reboot anytime I change the drive to get it recognized.

Anyone know of a fix for this?
If you could fill out your System Information in the Control Panel, we could help you better. What device(s) are you trying to connect to the eSATA plugs? Here's more info on the AHCI (Advanced Host Controller Interface).

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...Had a few minutes to do some foam prep, thought I would share.
Thanks for sharing! +Rep That's too cool!

Quote:
Originally Posted by Gorki View Post
...Well I could say the same thing, I've been watching this thread for several months since I got myself UD7, and seeing this thread nice, clean, updated and friendly I decided to join on board. I don't regret it since MacG32 is always around here even for newbies like myself.

I love to see you kicking UD7, I hope you're having a great time ever since day one. Keep us updated, I'm curious to see the outcome.
Thank you very much! I'm curious to see the outcome as well.
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> The esata ports on rear panel do not recognize any drives if AHCI is set.
They work ok in IDE mode.

Just plugging in two esata drives, powered up. They do not get recognized in the UD7's rear esata ports BUT they are recognized (and hot-pluggable) when I extend the motherboard ports, GSATA3_6 and 7 (Marvell Controller ports) using the Gigabyte supplied little esata panel & cables.

So something is bad wrong with the JMicorn JMB362 controller when it is in AHCI mode?
    
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New BIOS:

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