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    Quote Originally Posted by boe323 View Post
    Are these not compatable with g1 assassin2 bios then? Intel« MicroCode 29 ID 206A7 (Sandy Brigde), Intel« RAID ROM 3.8.0.1009, Also, im curious about the mobile legacy raid rom, is that needed?.
    Intel Microcode 06A7 29 is for Sandy Bridge (socket 1155), not for Sandy Bridge E (socket 2011). Sorry i missed Intel RAID EFI SataDriver - 3.8.0.1009, just updated my post and link with it. I think second mobile legacy RAID ROM is useless, but i leave and still updated it (perhaps Stasio will give us more info for it ?).

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    Ok, thanks very much, will flash now and get back to you, thanks for your time.
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    Ah, good that someone else is working on the Assassin!

    Here is my own BIOS mod: X79-UD5-F13s-Amurmod1.zip
    070D microcode module for MMTool: http://www.mediafire.com/download/s8avibk25elrf51

    F13s for X79-UD5. I focused on the really crucial parts for my own mod. I can also do those for the UD3 and UD7 on request.
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    f13s-070d-RAID12_6.13s:

    BIOS mod for Gigabyte X79-UD5, based upon official F13s for X79-UD5.

    -Update microcode from 070B to 070D. For CPUID 206D7 (3820, 3930k C2 step, 3960 and 3970 C2 step). MAJOR stability improvement, also for RSTe mode when loading system fully with OCCT!
    -Update iRST Option ROM to 12.6.1033

    Greetings,
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by Amurtigress View Post
    -Update microcode from 070B to 070D. For CPUID 206D7 (3820, 3930k C2 step, 3960 and 3970 C2 step). MAJOR stability improvement, also for RSTe mode when loading system fully with OCCT!
    Can you share a link with us please ?

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    @virtualfred: The link to my BIOS is just above the screenshot...maybe I should have put it on top?

    070D might not be an improvement over 070C, but SURELY over 070B...just for clarification. I haven't tried 070C.

    My original microcode is from Intel, converted with microdecode.exe:

    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Det...code+data+file

    EDIT: Microcode 070d module for CPUID 206D7 for MMTool:
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/s8avibk25elrf51
    Last edited by Amurtigress; 07-29-2013 at 03:31 AM.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by Amurtigress View Post
    @virtualfred: The link to my BIOS is just above the screenshot...maybe I should have put it on top?

    070D might not be an improvement over 070C, but SURELY over 070B...just for clarification. I haven't tried 070C.

    My original microcode is from Intel, converted with microdecode.exe:

    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Det...code+data+file
    Just asking a direct link for 70D, but it's ok i extract it, thanks you very much.

    G1 Assassin 2 F12r mod3 with 70D microcode added in my previous mod (sorry boe323).

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    @virtualfred: Yer welkies! I hope we can get all X79 boards to 070C or 070D at least, that'll help a lot of users, I guess!

    Please let us know what experiences you're making with the new microcode opposed to 070C/070B

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    LOl, never mind, ill flash again, but so far, I seem to have a performance boost in aida64 benchmarks, coming top on nearly all of them @4300 on a core i7 3820, hmm, not sure why that is, does the microcode affect performance?.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by boe323 View Post
    LOl, never mind, ill flash again, but so far, I seem to have a performance boost in aida64 benchmarks, coming top on nearly all of them @4300 on a core i7 3820, hmm, not sure why that is, does the microcode affect performance?.
    Happy to read you again with modded BIOS (you can update your signature )

    According to GB microcode improve stability... according to Asus it improve OC capability...
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Thanks again, 70D seems to make cpu run 1/2 degrees hotter, could be ive been running the benchmarks, im not sure about it yet, I ran one benchmark, and my cpu fan went full speed, not sure if thats better or something is wrong and its struggleing, what do you think? Still got good performance. My web pages are a lot more speedy. I think its def improvement for me.
    Last edited by boe323; 07-29-2013 at 04:02 AM.
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