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  • Dinya Rezanov
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    what is the latest BIOS number for overclocking non-K-Intel 6500 processor for gigabyte ga z170m d3h ddr3 motherboard ? Thanks.

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  • Sandros94
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    Hi, new user here, I've tried to read as many pages as I could (but they are really too many!).

    Right after my GTX 780 died last week I started digging deep in my mobo (GA-Z87X-OC), mainly because I was not able to boot with a GTX 1050 Ti (I was getting a B2 error). What is the latest modded bios for this board? for what I read it's the F10a, is there a new one? I'm really new to GPU compatibility issues (cause that 1050 Ti that I have works in all my other computers, even with a G41m mobo), anyone has any advice?

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  • vkmaxx
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    Hey, is there any chance to get modified bios for good old GIGABYTE G1.Sniper X58?
    I'm on stock F4e bios. There are modded bioses for GIGABYTE G1 Series on X58 (X58-G1.Guerrilla Bios F4d mod & X58A-G1.Assassin Bios F5d mod) but not for Sniper :/

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  • camillionario
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    [Quote = Stasio; 509397] he publicado modded Efiflash de rebajar BIOS, unas páginas atrás .... de todos modos enlace está abajo ...
    bios Z270X juego SOC Flashback - foro HWBOT [/ quote]


    thank you very much for your time and for reply

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  • stasio
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    Originally posted by camillionario View Post
    Thanks Stasio, I'll try this method. If in any case I would like to do a Downgrade Bios what should I do? or what method to use.

    Thanks again
    I posted modded Efiflash to downgrade BIOS , a few pages back....anyway link is bellow...
    Z270X Gaming SOC bios Flashback - HWBOT forum

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  • camillionario
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    Thanks Stasio, I'll try this method. If in any case I would like to do a Downgrade Bios what should I do? or what method to use.

    Thanks again

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  • stasio
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    Patched MMTool 5.02.0024 to use in UBU (1.69.11 ) with modified UBU.bat file.
    Last edited by stasio; 02-10-2018, 04:32 AM.

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  • camillionario
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    Hi, I modified Bios GA Z270 Gaming K3 to remove MSR lock. The problem that does not allow me to reflash with Efiflash and Bios flash. I appreciate your help.
    Original BIOS well
    BIOS modified "Flash image error"



    Sorry bad English

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  • stasio
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    Latest MMTool 5.02.0024

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  • GameBoss
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    If you can, please writing a link custom bios for Gigabyte x79-ud3 rev (1.1).

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  • Weble
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    anyone able to add the new microcode and such to the P67A-UD4-B3 bios? Would be greatly appreciated

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  • dotachin
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    Can someone please modify bios for EX58-UD5 v1.0 to bypass Main bios checksum check please?
    Here's the problem. Seems like controller which uses main chip it is damaged. Tried to reflash both soldered and unsoldered, tried to replace.
    I can boot with backup bios, enter bios and reflash using Q-flash. But then i get:
    MAIN BIOS CHECKSUM ERROR
    A line about tring get bios from HPA - Unavailable
    A line about tring get bios from Backup Bios - OK
    Writing image....[flashing cursor]
    and here it hangs on latest bioses or immediately reboots on olders one.
    Backup bios operates properly. I want to bypass that main bios checksum check to be able to continue to boot OS.
    Please assist.

    Problem was caused by using chinese PCI-E x1 to 4 x1 multiplier, which also damaged two 970A-DS3P boards, but those were fixed just by reflashing bios chips.
    Last edited by dotachin; 01-20-2018, 10:22 AM.

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  • adigiurgiu
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    Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios for Z77-HD3 rev 1.0

    Here is my modded bios for Gigabyte Z77-HD3 rev 1.0:
    z77hd3-f3
    It's based on a unofficial F3 bios found on softpedia. Added NVME support from a newer Z79 bios. It's works like a charm with my Patriot Hellfire 240Gb M.2 SSD inserted on the fastest PCIe slot (moved video card to a slower one).
    If Windows won't install you must safe erase SSD with software provided by manufacturer (in my case patriot toolbox).
    Have fun!

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  • suigin huongu
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    Hi,

    Here is maybe a newer Bios Mod for the Gigabyte GA-X79-UD7 board, right now I have x79ud7_mod_12f.

    Many Thanks!
    suigin

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  • Dennis50300
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    Hi,

    can anyone do a mod-update for the P67A-D3-B3 revision 1.0 ?

    I think about actually Option ROM for SATA and CPU Microcode.

    best regards from germany

    Dennis

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