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gigybyte GA-990XA-ud3

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  1. martthefart New Member

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    F11 is out - adding VRM MOS protection. Anybody knows what it is plz?
     
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    Most likely it will cut/decrease voltage to the VRM's and mosfets when heat/load become too much.
     
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    tyvm for the reply lol but wat do that mean?
     
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    It means - to keep your mobo away from the trash bin if it the CPU decides to draw WAY too much power.
    Or something like that.
    Cheers!
     
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    F11? is that a diagnostic code? I mean is there a Diagnostic LED display on the board itself?
     
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    BIOS version

    EDIT: btw, the GA-990FXA-UD7 version does have a diagnostic LED display =P
     
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    thx for the headsup, wish people would be a lil more specific on such stuff. N I forgot This is a board series that doesnt have the address space for UEFI.
     
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    Exactly why I am using a mobo from this series - UEFI is a no-no for me ;]
     
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    its simple actually, just a GUI mask for BIOS, a lil more options of tweaking a board are available thx to higher level of address space in the chip too
     

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