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Thread: Z77 Extreme 3 NVMe support




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    Default Re: Z77 Extreme 3 NVMe support

    Quote Originally Posted by WhatWhyIT View Post
    I'm praying you still have the BIOS and can share it? I've spent several hours trying to edit mine to make it work for the samsung 960 pro with no avail -- no space left...
    It's a weird coincidence that I was looking for the same file in this old thread.


    I preordered my 960 Evo on Amazon Germany about a month ago (it's still not in stock) and contacted ASRock Support and ASRock TSD-Eddy on tweaktown about BIOS support for the Extreme3. TSD-Eddy hasn't replied, but ASRock Support sent me BIOS version 1.50d by email.


    Links:
    Z77EXT31.50D.zip (4,62 MB) - uploaded.net
    https://mega.nz/#!bA1QibSZ!ptl5S0_O5yXzu5WNFmhLBzeFP2MyLYVhEMJqcy4 pbH8



    If I should upload it elsewhere, let me know.


    BTW, I'm not sure if it's this BIOS version or some other hardware / current overclock, but I get microfreezes every 2 to 5 seconds, though they're barely noticeable. I'd be interested to know if the NVMe support actually works!
    Last edited by kev007; 01-09-2017 at 11:48 AM. Reason: added another link

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    WhatWhyIT is offline Junior Member
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    Default Re: Z77 Extreme 3 NVMe support

    The bios appeat to be correct, I see the NVME files in it using the mmtool -- I'm updating now and i'll let you know how it goes.

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    WhatWhyIT is offline Junior Member
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    Default Re: Z77 Extreme 3 NVMe support

    The download was challenging to navigate but it worked.
    Thanks!
    Z77 Extreme 3 NVMe support-performance-png

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    Default Re: Z77 Extreme 3 NVMe support

    Dear customer,

    I provide a new download link for you.
    Please download it as below.
    Update your browser to use Google Drive - Drive Help

    Then please noted that NVME device should be installed with GPT(UEFI) mode.
    Thus, follow the steps from Eddy to install OS in your system.


    Thank you!

    Have a great day,
    ASRock TSD-Michael

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    Default Re: Z77 Extreme 3 NVMe support

    Quote Originally Posted by ASRock TSD-Eddy View Post
    Dear Customer,

    Please download the special BIOS from below link:
    Google Drive -- Page Not Found
    Then follow below steps to install OS.
    First:
    After updating it, please refer below steps to set "Storage OpROM" to "UEFI only" in BIOS.
    Press Del or F2 when booting up to enter BIOS > Boot > CSM > Storage OpROM Policy

    Second:
    Please install GPT mode OS as below steps for try.
    1. Please check your installation device(DVD/USB) have UEFI boot file.
    2. Press F11 to boot menu and select UEFI OS source device.
    3. Please do the steps to install OS as usual.
    *Please be noted that if your hard disk has already set to MBR(legacy) mode, it will require to format the hard disk.

    Thanks.
    Best wishes
    ASRock TSD
    Eddy

    The option "BIOS > Boot > CSM > Storage OpROM Policy" does not exist for me.


    I migrated my Windows partition and wiped the old drive. Everything works fine with good speeds.


    Thanks for the update, ASRock!

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