Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4 Driver
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Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4 Driver
Gigabyte still includes the "performance enhance" Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4 and if you can, tweak it to Extreme like usual, but we don't have the Graphics Booster option any more - this has finally been dropped. There are lots of sub directories, and it does get a little confusing but we can understand why Gigabyte has separated the CPU features power saving, virtualisation etcUncore and QPI and Advanced Clock Control not to be confused with Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4 ACC into separate options and hidden away, because they don't often need to be adjusted, or they only need to be fiddled with if you're a bit more hardcore.
It's the custom memory timing settings that become a complete pain in the Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4 though: While Gigabyte is simply pandering to Intel's option of allowing independent memory configurations per channel, matched sticks will aid overclocking and virtually everyone will be setting uniform timings across the three. It makes the page unnecessarily huge and Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4 means there are six more sets of advanced timings in further sub-sub directories that end up making a usually enjoyable task one to avoid. The four major voltage controls now sit down the bottom, and like usual Gigabyte includes a great ease of use factor where you can type in the required value and it offers up a list of options that are equal to or close to it.
It's far, far better Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4 having to wait while it scrolls through a million voltage options. Just before exiting the BIOS, Gigabyte does however pop up a nice red warning box to highlight potentially damaging voltage changes, prompting a worthy double check if you are unsure.
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Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4 funky Gigabyte features include the "Green LAN" option that disables the network socket and chip when it doesn't detect a connection, saving a watt or two of power. As usual we highly recommend using the in-BIOS Q-Flash utility for upgrading the motherboard firmware - we've found works great and both boards have a second BIOS should things take a turn for the worse we've needed it a couple of times before on other Gigabyte boards. Finally, and just as importantly, Gigabyte has updated its profile saving utility to reduce the number of save slots from twelve to a still ample eight in contrast, Asus still only offers two and DFI fourwhile also allowing naming and loading new ones from USB stick or hard drive too!
This means that your profiles can be shared across the 'net with like-minded enthusiasts who also have the same board, enabling them to learn new settings. This idea has Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4 great on DFI's P45 boards when we tried its similar solution although it's wholly Windows based. However, Gigabyte doesn't really have quite the same community because this was it, and there are no profiles to try out in sight here or on the official EU and TW websites.
There's just so much stuff Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4 has to be installed into such a small space now, it would be hard NOT to have oversized components block open ports. Ultimately, Gigabyte makes incredible use of the space available.
Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4 gripe I have albeit a minor one is not being able to easily find a listing of codes for the onboard digital hexidecimal display screen. The manual provides a list of error codes, but upon initial installation of the board, I found it was hanging on an unlisted code, then cycling through several others which I inferred as a reset action.
Not a huge issue and I was finally able to troubleshoot by Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4 components, but it would have been helpful. All-in-all, a great board at a great price.