Yea,I know you tell me earlier.Originally Posted by mandrix
Stasio, Vring isn't shown for all Gigabyte Z97 boards....my Z87 does, my Z97 does not. I told you that a while back.....your OC board shows it but most of the rest don't.
GTL just shows the setpoint in the BIOS, not the actual readout. The only way some of us can see Vring is with the meter.....
So,EasyTune and GTL is only choice.atm...Originally Posted by mandrix
HWMonitor shows something for Vring, but nothing close to what my meter shows.
Yea,Originally Posted by Cyro999
Yes, normal and expected. Everyone went over this a year ago
It doesn't rise in every load AFAIK, just many, that +0.02.
If your software is reporting it as set, you're probably looking at the wrong software. cpu-z versions past 1.64.0 on gigabyte z87 improperly display VID, and not the Vcore sensor. It was never fixed to my knowledge.
If you download Hwinfo ( www.hwinfo.com ) and scroll past the VID sensor down to Vcore, you should see it's very accurate, if it's the same for z97 as it is z87
You saw my post on TT forum with VCCIN 1.500V @4.9GHz ?Originally Posted by mandrix
Interesting. I only enable C6/C7 & leave the rest on Auto on both my Z87 & Z97 UD5H boards.. My vcore drops below .1V also.
BTW Stasio, I tried dropping the Vccn on my 4790K below 1.8 and it didn't work for me (Z87 UD5H). Something interesting I did see though was I could leave Vring on Auto with what would turn out to be too low vcore and the Vring would max at 1.45v, and fail P95 1344-1344. After bumping up the vcore some, the Vring would stay down around 1.05 on Auto.
Funny I never noticed that before, but I had the 4790K at first in my Z97 board and haven't spent as much time with it in my Z87 board.
Although my Z87 UD5H OC's every bit as good as my Z97 UD5H, I discovered I need a higher setpoint for Vcore to get the same eventual Vcore under load, because the Z87 has tighter voltage control than the Z97.....or at least that's how I interpret it.
Very nice....try BIOS F7d (a;c) or X08...link in my sig.Originally Posted by hotrod717
I am so impressed with these mobo's! Have gone and surpassed my expectations multiple times on multiple levels.
So close to 5.2 bench stable. 5 and 5.1 are xtu and R15 stable.
Install OC Button Tool......Originally Posted by SimoFLC
Hi , i have gigabyte z97x soc, but button ratio and gear doesn' t change anything, maybe i have to try to flash bios? i can change cpu frequency but not bclk, i have no idea if i have to allow this button, thanks