Gigabyte’s is running UEFI for its bios’s now that means you can finally use your mouse while making adjustments to your overclock. This time around they are calling it 3D BIOS, named after the “3d” view of the motherboard you get when you boot into it. Here is a quick video of us flipping through all of the boards features. I apologize for the video’s focus; I would recommend not running it in full screen.
As you can see the 3D BIOS is very interesting. My only complaint is that anyone who knows what parts of the motherboard to click on to get to things already has a good knowledge of their PC. Meaning they most likely don’t NEED the 3D interface in the first place lol. I also ran into problem with our Razer Deathadder not tracking correctly in this BIOS, I have had the same issue with another UEFI board but no problems with our Rampage 4. As of the time of this review I was unable to figure out if this was a Razer issue or Gigabyte issue.