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Z690 GAMING X DDR4 (1.0) Bios F8 >> UV is no longer visible in various programs or fully available >> Please help

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1. Tell us your current hardware:
(Please list here and do not refer to the signature, since some do not see it and the hardware changes)

  • Processor (CPU): …Intel® Core™ i7 Processor – 12700K
  • Main memory (RAM): …2 X 16 GB DDR4 / BL2K16G36C16U4R
  • Motherboard: …Z690 GAMING X DDR4 (1.0) Bios F8
  • Power Supply: …Seasonic FOCUS GX-750 80PLUS Gold 750 Watt Fully Modular PC Power Supply
  • Box: …Thermaltake Level 20 GT
  • Graphics Card: …AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT Challenger D 12GB OC
  • HDD/SSD: …Western Digital Black SN850 M2/1TB
  • Other hardware that is obviously related to the problem (monitor model, cooling, etc.):

2. Describe your problem. The more precise and better you describe your problem, the better we can help you (additional images might be helpful, for example):

hello dear community,

I would like to return to another topic in the following thread:…ming-x-ddr4-rev-1-0-nach-update-f20a.2096053/

It is specifically about the new current bios versions of the Gigabyte Z690 motherboard series, which was released a few days ago.
In the current version of my board, I noticed that a UV is no longer displayed via adaptive + offset in various programs.
The HWMonitor and HWiNFO programs should be mentioned here. >> IA voltage compensation.
In both programs, a negative offset is no longer displayed in the current version of F8 Bios.
But this is set in the UEFI.

Therefore, I would like to ask all Gigabyte Z690 users with current UEFI and negative or positive standard settings Adaptive + Offset UV/OC if they have had similar experiences.

What I also noticed is that in the CPU-Z stress test, my all-core clock returns to 4.5 GHz, even without a negative offset.
Didn’t have this described behavior in previous versions of Bios!

Generally, everything is set to auto in my UEFI, with the settings, adaptive negative + offset, and a power limit of 125 watts per limit.

I would appreciate your feedback on behavior in current BIOS versions.

Warm greetings.

3. What steps have you already taken/tried to solve the problem and what did you do?
…p. up.

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