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EFI support for P6X58d-E?

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  • EFI support for P6X58d-E?

    does the P6X58d-E bios support EFI?
    Thank you

  • #2
    Re: EFI support for P6X58d-E?

    No,I don't think they can integrate it into current bios's,new p67 boards might support it in the future not sure,you will have to wait for socket 2011,x58's replacement to see full eufi I think
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    • #3
      Re: EFI support for P6X58d-E?

      My Asus Sabertooth fully supports EFI. In fact, it's the prettiest bios I've ever seen, pure geek-o-licious!
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      • #4
        Re: EFI support for P6X58d-E?

        As of right now only our P67/H67 motherboards support UEFI. Since the launch of Sandy Bridge CPUs and our Sandy Bridge-based motherboards, all of our P67/H67 motherboards ship with a graphical UEFI. ASUS stands committed to supporting UEFI on all of our current and upcoming Sandy Bridge supported boards as well as on all next generation chipsets moving forward.

        Also, though our current X58 boards do not support UEFI, all of our motherboards support the Disk Unlocker utility which allows your system to utilize HDD's larger than 2.2TB. Disk Unlocker can be downloaded from our support site, ASUSTeK Computer Inc.-Support-.