Z77X-D3H/Z77X-UP5

stasio

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Martin said:
So UP5 with the latest BIOS still requires the +18C offset ?
I don't know now, whether to remove that offset only for Z77X-D3H...

stasio said:
UP5 display correct (1842).
Yea,no change so far.
Attached UP5 sensor page.
Later today I'll check on D3H.
Rgs
 

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stasio

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Martin,
just checked my D3H and all OK.
ET6,AIDA64 and HWiNFO (1842)...PCH excatly same temp.
 

Martin

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Thanks. Now this is strange, since preacher65's Z77X-D3H doesn't seem to use the +18C offset. Do you have the same BIOS version as he does ?

stasio said:
Martin,
just checked my D3H and all OK.
ET6,AIDA64 and HWiNFO (1842)...PCH excatly same temp.
 

stasio

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Yea,I must admit that GB change PCH temp in the newest Z77X-D3H BIOS.
As my daughter using D3H with my special modded BIOS (from UD3H),PCH temp reading correct,which is not applicable
for ordinary users.

So,yes Martin for Z77X-D3H, you can remove + 18 offset.

P.S.
If possible please inform Miklos and Ray,thanks.
 

Martin

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OK, I'll remove that offset. Now the question is where's the truth and why the guys from Gigabyte play such a game...
I'd say that the offset shouldn't be applied at all, but when I remove it, users with older BIOSes will not get values consistent with ET6.
 
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