Sapphire Pureblack P67 Hydra

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Well it’s EFI, barely. Looks more like a traditional BIOS and has some strange missing features. For one, you can’t get rid of the full screen logo. I can’t find an option to let me see the post screen. I’m sure I’m wrong, I’m sure I’m missing something, but I can’t find one. This is an enthusiast board Sapphire, what are you thinking?

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Turbo mode needs to be enabled as it isn’t by default. Without doing so  you can’t get access to the multiplier options. Also, where’s my frequency indicators? I want to see what it is while I’m editing. Save me doing the maths; please?

Also, since when is F4 the save key? It’s all about the F10.

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Voltage control is reasonably full featured, offering fine tuning to the usual suspects.

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Here, anyone see a full screen logo removal?

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Last modified: August 10, 2011

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