as is often the case for early adopters of new tech bugs abound
Gigabyte Aorus AX370 Gaming 5 / 7 bug report thread
Gigabyte Aorus AX370 Gaming 5 / 7 User Requested Features
1. Change date format from MM/DD/YY to DD/MM/YY
2. Change current UEFI layout, it's clunky and all around poor
3. Put Q-Flash somewhere immediately visible in the UEFI
4. Temperature sensors could do with some re-calibration, appear to be inaccurate by 2.7c (measured with Infrared temperature gun, DT8380)
5. Add options to disable on-board devices, such as audio.
Gigabyte Aorus AX370 Gaming 5 / 7 Confirmed UEFI Bugs & Issues
1. Mouse input / responsiveness is laggy in UEFI. Experienced with hardware: Roccat Kova+
2. Resolution appears to be stretched at POST and with the Windows 10 logo while booting when Aorus splash screen is disabled. Experienced with hardware: BenQ GL2450 connected via HDMI, Gigabyte Windforce3 GTX 980
3. LED keyboards are unusable in the UEFI once they enter sleep mode (keyboard backlight goes out) until a reboot. Experienced with hardware: Ares K5, Sunt PK35
4. XMP profile must be loaded before memory multipliers will work. Experienced with hardware: G.Skill Ripjaws V 3200MHz (F4-3200C15D-16GVK)
5. Memory multiplier is limited to a maximum of loaded XMP profile. There must be a way to be able to set higher multipliers.
6. XMP and memory multiplier options are in both Advanced Frequency and Memory Settings menus
7. CPU Clock Ratio is in both MIT and Advanced CPU Core settings menus
8. Apparently redundant naming for some settings in the UEFI. Eg; CPU LLC: Normal, Standard, Medium. Three settings, all essentially with the same meaning.
9. Extremely bad latency, possibly Agesa related and Windows 10 related. See below image for this one. Removing the memory sticks then putting them back in seems to fix latency for the first boot but then latency problem returns on the next boot or reboot.
Real world impact of this latency problem:
Edited by Dasa, 11 March 2017 - 01:42 PM.