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In general: Man, whats up with all the negativity? Everything I've read the last 48 hours indicate that all current P67A motherboards will be updated with uefi shortly. Its only this last wednesday that something concrete like a pic were released, and I got a strong feeling we get to see something real soon. If not, then shoot me. The only paradox here is that I may actually miss the good ol' bios when I finally get UEFI, if they are not wary of using overly flashy graphics that causes sluggishness.

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Well seeing as they're slowing down and eventually stopping making p67 boards around the end of the year, i wouldn't be surprised if they didn't do anything about uefi
In my experience, in regards to hardware and software suppliers, slowing down is a way to catch up with what you already have.
    
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In general: Man, whats up with all the negativity? Everything I've read the last 48 hours indicate that all current P67A motherboards will be updated with uefi shortly. Its only this last wednesday that something concrete like a pic were released, and I got a strong feeling we get to see something real soon. If not, then shoot me. The only paradox here is that I may actually miss the good ol' bios when I finally get UEFI, if they are not wary of using overly flashy graphics that causes sluggishness.



In my experience, in regards to hardware and software suppliers, slowing down is a way to catch up with what you already have.
I agree. If UEFI does come out.. or Hybrid EFI.. whatever that is..

Then having the option to choose between BIOS and EFI exclusively on Gigabyte boards would be awesome.
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I agree. If UEFI does come out.. or Hybrid EFI.. whatever that is..

Then having the option to choose between BIOS and EFI exclusively on Gigabyte boards would be awesome.
Yeah, lets cross our fingers, take a well deserved weekend and drink to that

I dont mind if GB comes up with their own solution as long as it conforms with the UEFI standard.
    
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