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  • wowka
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    Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Please, can someone tell how to modify the BIOS F9 GA-Z87X-D3H (rev. 1.x), SLIC 2.1 to work correctly. If further modifications and firmware utility writes that are out of sync RSDT and XSDT

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  • Ghostearth
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    Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Originally posted by coderEx64 View Post
    @Ghostearth, can you re-upload GA-X79-UD3 F20 mod sandy rev3 please, mediafire reports that link is no longer valid.
    This is a updated one (SandyBridge), i use it actually : (soon there is a other one, but UBU is still in beta)
    F20MOD8
    F20 MOD8
    CRC32: 369940B3
    MD5: 697AF462D5EF500BF5461E62AAFA0121
    SHA-1: 28D727FDF064B2CD275F840125EEC59CD865AFFC


    Intel RAID for SATA 13.1.0.2126
    Intel UEFI SataDriver 13.1.0.2126
    Intel RSTe RAID for SATA 3.8.0.1029 (V4 bug)
    Intel RSTe EFI SataDriver 3.8.0.1029 (V4 bug)
    Orom Marvell 88SE9192 1.0.0.0034
    EFI Marvell SATA RAID 1.1.0.1015
    Intel Boot Agent GE 1.5.70
    Intel UNDI EFI 6.8.0.5
    Latest Intel Microcodes
    ME Firmware 8.1.40.1416
    *Upgrade ME firmware yourself to 8.1.52.1496
    Modified splash logo 2

    Ghostearth.

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  • 65Cobra
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    Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    I've been running my GA-Z77X-UD4H Motherboard for a couple years without any problems since installing the F3a Modified BIOS. I ran into a problem when I upgraded the RAID1 drives connected to the Marvell 88SE91XX (9172) GSATA ports. One of the drives kept dropping out even though it formatted and initialized fine. I since moved the drives to the Intel ports and started using Windows 8.1 software RAID.

    Not that any of the above matters at this point, but while searching for a solution I found multiple posts on Fernando’s Win-RAID Forum claiming the 1.0.1.0025 BIOS Update for the Marvell controller (included with the F3a Modified BIOS) is actually OLDER than the 1.0.0.0027 BIOS that came with the motherboard. They said it was dated prior to 0027 and the version number was really 1.0.0.0025 and not 1.0.1.0025. I have no clue if this is true, or if it had anything to do with my problem, but even if it didn't I thought it was important enough to mention here so someone can possibly verify this.

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  • coderEx64
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    Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Originally posted by Ghostearth View Post
    GA-X79-UD3.
    ....

    F20 Sandy :

    F20 mod sandy rev3

    CRC32: B03EC8BD
    MD5: EFFC8A72428E5B855C1898314E4A8D08
    SHA-1: 244DEA85FAA7EF84E54DFA5AA71BB0E51221E941

    Ghostearth.
    @Ghostearth, can you re-upload GA-X79-UD3 F20 mod sandy rev3 please, mediafire reports that link is no longer valid.

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  • Teddybehr
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    Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Originally posted by killkernel View Post
    Hello Teddybehr! I've modded the BIOS of my ASRock Z77 OC Formula with the latest Intel OROM V.14.5.0.2241 and the RAID 0 of Samsung 830 is working well and got some little improvements in benchmark scores and it is stable and reliable.

    Cheers,

    KK
    Post your results on win-raid website. They will be very welcomed.
    regards

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