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arrr its so depressing watching everybody OC and sitting here with a useless BIOS that goes crazy when setting anything manually. i really hate gigabyte right now
I feel your pain. My ASUS board won't hold any settings when I try to OC the 1055T and I can't even turn off TurboCORE.
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Telling you man, get the 890GX. Sell the EVO.
    
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post #233 of 5038
kromar: have you tried F8h?

http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/M...ver=#anchor_os
Edited by richierich1212 - 5/17/10 at 2:01pm
post #234 of 5038
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Telling you man, get the 890GX. Sell the EVO.
yep that's the chipset i bought rock solid......Gigabyte board
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as you might see on the link that there is no other BIOS with x6 support so yes i use F8h...
what i fear is that it will take forever till a new bios is released, they haven't even fixed some ugly typos for 6 months in the f7...
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Telling you man, get the 890GX. Sell the EVO.
Wildcard, What are you're voltages @ 4Ghz on the ASUS M4A89GTD PRO/USB3?

From what I've seen they seem to be handling 4Ghz with ease and less volts then the Gigabyte boards.

EDIT: I see they're on Pg 1 in the chart, DISREGARD.
Edited by Biermann - 5/17/10 at 2:46pm
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post #237 of 5038
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Wildcard, What are you're voltages @ 4Ghz on the ASUS M4A89GTD PRO/USB3?

From what I've seen they seem to be handling 4Ghz with ease and less volts then the Gigabyte boards.

EDIT: I see they're on Pg 1 in the chart, DISREGARD.
this may be a direct result of the 10-phase VRM on the ASUS vs. the 5-phase VRM on the Gigabyte. More phases tends to equal steadier power regulation... which means you don't need to overvolt so bad to compensate for vdroop.
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post #238 of 5038
Add me please. Just picked up mine.
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Thanks for this thread and all of the comments. Helped convince me to take the plunge into the X6 world and replace my power hungry 965 C2. I really wanted 4.0Ghz 24/7 in a 64-bit OS, so I was not sure whether to go with the 1055 or 1090. Happy I did not spend the extra $100 on the 1090 as my 1055t is stable at 4.0 with 1.475 vcore and slight bumps on CPUN, NB, and SB. I only ran 1 hr of OCCT, but that is good enough stability for me. Others will disagree and want 8 hours+ of prime, but oh well. I continue to test with real world usage and call it a day.

Thanks again for this thread and information. It was really helpful in making my decision! Good Luck!
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Thanks for this thread and all of the comments. Helped convince me to take the plunge into the X6 world and replace my power hungry 965 C2. I really wanted 4.0Ghz 24/7 in a 64-bit OS, so I was not sure whether to go with the 1055 or 1090. Happy I did not spend the extra $100 on the 1090 as my 1055t is stable at 4.0 with 1.475 vcore and slight bumps on CPUN, NB, and SB. I only ran 1 hr of OCCT, but that is good enough stability for me. Others will disagree and want 8 hours+ of prime, but oh well. I continue to test with real world usage and call it a day.

Thanks again for this thread and information. It was really helpful in making my decision! Good Luck!
Awesome man glad to hear. I too just wanted a stable 4GHz 24/7. This is such an improvement over my 720.
    
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