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Thread: X58extreme/UD5 can mutual flash bios?

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    Default X58extreme/UD5 can mutual flash bios?

    The extreme/ud5 board is same just heatsink disparity

    so anybody know can mutual flash bios?

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    Default Re: X58extreme/UD5 can mutual flash bios?

    They are the same.

    Not sure what program you need to use, but you'll likely have to force the flash due to check sum errors. Usual cautions apply: Don't flash the BIOS in Windows, flashing an unintended BIOS may brick your board etc.

    A copy of a modded Extreme BIOS (F8X) is located here. I'm afraid you're on your own as to how you apply it.

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    Default Re: X58extreme/UD5 can mutual flash bios?

    I have to tell you if you have any problems this would likely for sure void your warranty. I nor Gigabyte support or condone cross-flashing in anyway.

    Now that's out of the way you sure can

    I have flashed UD5 and Extreme into a UD4P board so I am sure you will be fine, provided your flash all goes well.

    Good luck, and keep your warranty in mind if that matters to you

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