Understanding the UEFI BIOS Gigabyte H81M-S for Windows 10 Pro x64  

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  1. Posts : 7,598
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       #31

    If the RAM had XMP, would BIOS have automatically enabled XMP for best results?
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  2. Posts : 19,482
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       #32

    Matthew Wai said:
    If the RAM had XMP, would BIOS have automatically enabled XMP for best results?
    No, you would have to enable it manually.
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  3. Posts : 7,598
    Windows 10 Home 20H2
       #33

    Does anyone know why inwell's Recovery is "OEM", while my Recovery is "Primary" as shown below?

    Understanding the UEFI BIOS Gigabyte H81M-S for Windows 10 Pro x64-two-disk-0.jpg

    inwell said:
    2.The single partition on boot drive (C:237GB) can be further partitioned? With windows already installed?
    In the above screenshot, you can see the Window 10 partition and the Data partition are on the same device. It seems that neither of us are native English speakers, but both of us have installed an English version of Windows 10.

    CountMike said:
    I wouldn't partition it because 237GB is not too much for windows.
    My Windows partition is just 80 GB, of which only 24.7 GB is used.
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  4. Posts : 19,482
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       #34

    My Windows partition is just 80 GB, of which only 24.7 GB is used.
    You probably don't have many or large programs installed, heck even with games installed on another disk, my windows.old gets half as large after an upgrade.
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       #35

    Matthew Wai said:
    Does anyone know why inwell's Recovery is "OEM", while my Recovery is "Primary" as shown below
    I had no idea about this recovery partition bein oem or something else untill i saw this screenshot ...now i am also curious...
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  6. Posts : 7,598
    Windows 10 Home 20H2
       #36

    You have clean-installed Windows on a brand-new SSD, so OEM is not what I expected.
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  7. Posts : 7,598
    Windows 10 Home 20H2
       #37

    The following is inwell's RAM:


    The following is my RAM:
    Understanding the UEFI BIOS Gigabyte H81M-S for Windows 10 Pro x64-my-ram.jpg

    Does anyone know why inwell's RAM has three "888 MHz" and mine has two "666 MHz"? Should there be only one?
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  8. Posts : 19,482
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       #38

    Matthew Wai said:
    The following is inwell's RAM:


    The following is my RAM:
    Understanding the UEFI BIOS Gigabyte H81M-S for Windows 10 Pro x64-my-ram.jpg

    Does anyone know why inwell's RAM has three "888 MHz" and mine has two "666 MHz"? Should there be only one?
    They are different because they were made like that . there are different sub timings for 666MHz.
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  9. Posts : 7,598
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       #39

    CountMike said:
    They are different because they were made like that . there are different sub timings for 666MHz.
    Which one is actually used for 666 MHz?
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  10. Posts : 19,482
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       #40

    Matthew Wai said:
    Which one is actually used for 666 MHz?
    Either one, look under Memory tab
    Understanding the UEFI BIOS Gigabyte H81M-S for Windows 10 Pro x64-image.png
    Smaller latency gives better performance.
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