Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H Review
BIOS - MIT
MIT stands for Motherboard Intelligent Tweaker fact fans. To be honest there isn't a lot new in the Z77 that we haven't seen since the first generation Sandy Bridge chips.
You have the option to adjust the voltage either in a dynamic way (+300mv for example) or in a pure 'give me 1.275v' way. Gigabyte have included a swathe of protection options to ensure you don't damage your chip unexpectedly.
As well as the XMP 1.3 support you can overclock either the CPU as a whole, or vary the overclock depending upon the amount of cores utilised, which is just like it's been before really. The main change is the speed that you can get your Memory to run at, which we'll see on the next page.