- Aug 21, 2011
- Classic Mac
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Some people are having problems with the beta UEFI over clocking with the voltage settings. Stock voltages and multiplier changes all seem to be okay. I could be very well mistaken but I thought I would say something about the topic. It doesn't cause me any problems right now as I don't over clock. Sorry for any confusion on the over clocking subject.hackintosh1997 said:Hmm that seems a bit strange that the overclocking is not working properly... I have looked at a Z68X-UD3H-B3 UEFI before, and to me, the layout is completely different (obviously), but the old menus still have the old names, and the old settings are still under their old sub sections. At least that's from what I'm seeing, but it should be interestinghackintoshx86 said:things that help with sleep:
change init. first to PCIe 16x, not PCI
acpi suspend type: S3(STR)
no-execute memory protect: enabled
hdd s.m.a.r.t. capability: enabled
enable turbo boost and disable real-time ratio changes in OS
enable all CPU power features (C1E C3 C6 Thermal Monitor EIST)
don't change Bi-Directional Prochot, leave it on auto
that's what I did, at least in F10 BIOS with the same board as you. Good luck!
P.S. please report back on whether this works!
Thanks for your help! I will try all the options related to what you have posted. I will try to post screenshots after work today of the power management options. The menu options are COMPLETELY different. I have also noticed that the BIOS won't hold the PCI init display first. (NO PCIe 16x option anymore) This could be part of the SLI problem with the beta bios. As well as over clocking Sandy's with core settings won't work right now. I can't be 100% sure on all the options and features that are going to be released with the UEFI as it is a beta version.
Thanks Again for your help!
Any input is appreciated on this experiment with the new UEFI
It is VERY interesting! And Thanks Again for the help, if you can think up anything else let me know.....