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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    Done earlier,
    just waiting for your guys request.


    Bios updated with your f16c-mod1... i also set my Crucial PC14900 to 933MHz again and hoping for a compatibility improvement with this new beta bios... waiting for BSOD...
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    Quote Originally Posted by virtualfred View Post


    Bios updated with your f16c-mod1... i also set my Crucial PC14900 to 933MHz again and hoping for a compatibility improvement with this new beta bios... waiting for BSOD...
    Have you put the AntiBSOD blanket on the case? It protects from the evil dark cronotron particles that cause most BSODs :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrT0ad View Post
    Have you put the AntiBSOD blanket on the case? It protects from the evil dark cronotron particles that cause most BSODs :P
    Is it provided in the Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H original box ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by virtualfred View Post
    Is it provided in the Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H original box ?
    Nope, they did not have enough borg skin at the time of releasing the board due to the Emperor Palpatine being killed for the second time.

    I had to take a trip as a stowaway in the Serenity to the Delta quadrant with a Peacekeeper cruiser in hot pursuit to harvest some myself.

    May the force... live long and prosper.

    Off topic: did the modified F16c work out well for you? Won't be able to try it until I'm home...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrT0ad View Post
    Nope, they did not have enough borg skin at the time of releasing the board due to the Emperor Palpatine being killed for the second time.

    I had to take a trip as a stowaway in the Serenity to the Delta quadrant with a Peacekeeper cruiser in hot pursuit to harvest some myself.

    May the force... live long and prosper.
    Wahou ! Your overclock is too high, your brain is unstable !

    Quote Originally Posted by MrT0ad View Post
    Off topic: did the modified F16c work out well for you? Won't be able to try it until I'm home...
    For the time being it's ok, just run a Hyper-Pi 32M on all core with success with CPU @4.5GHz and RAM @933MHz... nothing obvious...
    Fast boot offer a very light gain, such as Kirma you should enter all settings + save and reboot before enable Fast boot... but according to me Fast boot improvement is negligible opposite to the HDD's spin up time and Intel RAID ROM initialization... also USB stick is disable with Fast boot, so you need to disable it (or push reset button) to have normal boot before use Q-flash... so i finally disable it .
    For what matters most : perfect support of my Crucial at stock speed (933MHz CAS9) and no "amnesia issue"... I need a few weeks before entering.
    (hoping my english is comprehensible )

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    Quote Originally Posted by virtualfred View Post
    Wahou ! Your overclock is too high, your brain is unstable !
    Just had a meeting with my boss, that always scrambles my brain

    Quote Originally Posted by virtualfred View Post
    For the time being it's ok, just run a Hyper-Pi 32M on all core with success with CPU @4.5GHz and RAM @933MHz... nothing obvious...
    Fast boot offer a very light gain, such as Kirma you should enter all settings + save and reboot before enable Fast boot... but according to me Fast boot improvement is negligible opposite to the HDD's spin up time and Intel RAID ROM initialization... also USB stick is disable with Fast boot, so you need to disable it (or push reset button) to have normal boot before use Q-flash... so i finally disable it .
    For what matters most : perfect support of my Crucial at stock speed (933MHz CAS9) and no "amnesia issue"... I need a few weeks before entering.
    (hoping my english is comprehensible )
    Perfectly intelligible sir :)

    I have no intention of using fast boot, I am more concerned about stability and the "amnesia" issue really. Having the USB kinks ironed out would be a bonus too, but I am not holding my breath on that one ;)

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by Maxx@ View Post
    I need help

    Can anyone help me and do for me with a new bios rom Intel Rom? for EP45C-DS3R 1.0

    IRST 12.7.0.1910

    GIGABYTE Modified Bios
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaq999 View Post
    Sorry for my mod, you had done before...

    Quote Originally Posted by zaq999 View Post
    EP4CDS3R_MOD.F6D

    Updated with...
    IRST 12.7.0.1910
    Realtek LAN ROM 2.55 up+++

    Zippyshare.com - EP4CDS3R_MOD.F6D.7z
    Could you edit your post for easier searches please (EP45C-DS3R)
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    Hello everyone,

    I tried GA-Z77X-UD5H (Rev.1.1)- F16c-mod1 but unfortunately it did not work for me. System would not POST (no video or access to BIOS). On-board debug had error code '62'. Had to restore main bios from backup as could not access system any other way.

    Initially I thought @BIOS was at fault and so tried QFLASH with the same result.

    Am now running F16c without mod's and (so far) no issues.

    I have not tried the previous mod version (GA-Z77X-UD5H (Rev.1.1)- F16c-mod).

    Perhaps someone is able to check the mod1 version?

    Hopefully this helps :)

    Thanks all.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by boyderama View Post
    Hello everyone,

    I tried GA-Z77X-UD5H (Rev.1.1)- F16c-mod1 but unfortunately it did not work for me. System would not POST (no video or access to BIOS). On-board debug had error code '62'. Had to restore main bios from backup as could not access system any other way.

    Initially I thought @BIOS was at fault and so tried QFLASH with the same result.

    Am now running F16c without mod's and (so far) no issues.

    I have not tried the previous mod version (GA-Z77X-UD5H (Rev.1.1)- F16c-mod).

    Perhaps someone is able to check the mod1 version?

    Hopefully this helps :)

    Thanks all.
    I flashed f16c Rev 1.1 modded bios from GIGABYTE Modified Bios -- works fine for me :)
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