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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by boe323 View Post
    tjw f12t bios isnt for g1assassin2, you cant overclock, cant adjust voltage, thwres no bigfoot driver, its been changed to intel, how the hell its booted thw bios i dont know, so, theres no network or oc features.I just flashed it with version 2.32 and then reflashed in bios, doesnt matter anyway, the mods ate wrong, not gigabyte f12t is it, somwone rename and make own bios?
    Your post is difficult to understand for the poor little frenchy i am... however in the BIOS file it's noted for G1.Assassin2 :
    GIGABYTE Modified Bios-g1-assassin2_f12t-jpg

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by boe323 View Post
    tjw f12t bios isnt for g1assassin2, you cant overclock, cant adjust voltage, thwres no bigfoot driver, its been changed to intel, how the hell its booted thw bios i dont know, so, theres no network or oc features.I just flashed it with version 2.32 and then reflashed in bios, doesnt matter anyway, the mods ate wrong, not gigabyte f12t is it, somwone rename and make own bios?
    Oh dear. I thought it strange that qflash would not update bios after using it every time to flash every bios.
    Im going to hold off flashing for now until this is understood ! We have never had to use @bios for a single flash from launch. V2.32 is the latest for the x79 G1 Assassin 2 according to Gigabyte.

    Stasio is a new @Bios specially for latest UP4/UD3 BIOS :
    (X79) B13.0829.Is it safe to use with X79 G1 Assassin 2 ?

    @Boe323 do you think having no network was something to do with having the killer / bigfoot disabled prior to flash ?
    Last edited by snout; 09-24-2013 at 10:59 PM.
    G1.Assassin 2 (rev. 1.0) F13 MOD a Modified Bios by Boe23
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    Lightbulb Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by virtualfred View Post
    For something on this version and 20b mod, 18mod does not change the voltage in the memory
    Increasing the voltage to 0.05 volts ends by resetting the BIOS

    RAM: KHX1866C9D3K2/8G
    Supply voltage 1.65 V

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by snout View Post
    Oh dear. I thought it strange that qflash would not update bios after using it every time to flash every bios.
    Im going to hold off flashing for now until this is understood ! We have never had to use @bios for a single flash from launch. V2.32 is the latest for the x79 G1 Assassin 2 according to Gigabyte.

    Stasio is a new @Bios specially for latest UP4/UD3 BIOS :
    (X79) B13.0829.Is it safe to use with X79 G1 Assassin 2 ?

    @Boe323 do you think having no network was something to do with having the killer / bigfoot disabled prior to flash ?
    I wouldn't of thought so, it would react the same way on a clean install, cant see bigfoot running on an intel gige Ethernet driver. Ive emailed support about it, see what they have to say, but looks like we cant update unless we have the ivy-e to put in after the flash, not cool of them if it is.Theres special options for rst raid, windows 8 options, loads of new features, gutted. try for your self, enable bigfoot service, open bigfoot software manager, should ask you to remap, then flash new bios, you may have to use @bios again to revert, I didn't try Qflash so I don't know.Seems like all the new bios' wont OC lol, 77 and 79 boards.
    Last edited by boe323; 09-25-2013 at 03:10 AM.
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    Question Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios X79s-UP5-WIFI

    Hi guys,

    I have an Intel Core i7-4930k, and for it i bought a Gigabyte GA X79S-UP5-WIFI. I flashed The F4x version with a 3930k, tested with the 3930k. When i put in my 4930k, it just starts bootlooping. I confirmed that the BIOS actually had changed version til F4x, yet it still will not boot. I would read through the 200 pages of replies, but i wish not to become old before i find a BIOS that works. Does anyone have any ideas or info that can help me? Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios X79s-UP5-WIFI

    Quote Originally Posted by Vigorsol View Post
    Hi guys,

    I have an Intel Core i7-4930k, and for it i bought a Gigabyte GA X79S-UP5-WIFI. I flashed The F4x version with a 3930k, tested with the 3930k. When i put in my 4930k, it just starts bootlooping. I confirmed that the BIOS actually had changed version til F4x, yet it still will not boot. I would read through the 200 pages of replies, but i wish not to become old before i find a BIOS that works. Does anyone have any ideas or info that can help me? Thanks in advance.
    I would use the stock BIOS until you're up and running. I would try clearing CMOS, flashing the new BIOS,then clearing CMOS again, then with the new chip boot to BIOS and load optimized defaults and reboot. Since you're having trouble I'd remove extra hardware components until after you're booted and up and running. Like run only the bare minimum as far as RAM modules and GPU.

    Are you running a special RAID configuration or anything like that? I think my reply might be off topic for the thread, but hopefully this will point you in the right direction and for troubleshooting you can post in a different thread and maybe get advice from someone similar.

    On another forum I'm in an owners group for my cpu and the model that replaced it and they're real good with things like this because we are all running similar setups, maybe thats an idea also on finding someone that's seen your problem.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by boe323 View Post
    I wouldn't of thought so, it would react the same way on a clean install, cant see bigfoot running on an intel gige Ethernet driver. Ive emailed support about it, see what they have to say, but looks like we cant update unless we have the ivy-e to put in after the flash, not cool of them if it is.Theres special options for rst raid, windows 8 options, loads of new features, gutted. try for your self, enable bigfoot service, open bigfoot software manager, should ask you to remap, then flash new bios, you may have to use @bios again to revert, I didn't try Qflash so I don't know.Seems like all the new bios' wont OC lol, 77 and 79 boards.
    Ok thanks for feedback. I have just updated the Bigfoot again what stasio just posted xxxx.601, Another new release so soon after the xxxx 600. So my Killer bigfoot is running fine. At work now so im going to have to wait now before testing out 12T and @bios - i hate updating from windows ! And im still waiting to here from Stasio to see if there is a version of @bios 2.33 that supports the G1 Assassin 2 on the x79. http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...tml#post466603 for Killer Bigfoot.
    G1.Assassin 2 (rev. 1.0) F13 MOD a Modified Bios by Boe23
    CPU Intel x3960
    Memory G.Skill RipJawsZ 16GB (4x4GB) DDR3 PC3-14900C9
    Graphics Asus GTX 690 GOP Flashed.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios X79s-UP5-WIFI

    Quote Originally Posted by CharliesTheMan View Post
    I would use the stock BIOS until you're up and running. I would try clearing CMOS, flashing the new BIOS,then clearing CMOS again, then with the new chip boot to BIOS and load optimized defaults and reboot. Since you're having trouble I'd remove extra hardware components until after you're booted and up and running. Like run only the bare minimum as far as RAM modules and GPU.

    Are you running a special RAID configuration or anything like that? I think my reply might be off topic for the thread, but hopefully this will point you in the right direction and for troubleshooting you can post in a different thread and maybe get advice from someone similar.

    On another forum I'm in an owners group for my cpu and the model that replaced it and they're real good with things like this because we are all running similar setups, maybe thats an idea also on finding someone that's seen your problem.
    I think you misunderstood what i mean. It boots fine with 3930k, but when i install the 4930k it just boots for aprox. 1 second and then restarts. No difference in hardware config except ofcourse the CPU itself. The only reason i updated BIOS was for i7-4930k support, yet it doesn't work. F4x does include updated cpu microcode, so im clueless as to why this doesn't work.
    Last edited by Vigorsol; 09-25-2013 at 07:12 AM.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by snout View Post
    Ok thanks for feedback. I have just updated the Bigfoot again what stasio just posted xxxx.601, Another new release so soon after the xxxx 600. So my Killer bigfoot is running fine. At work now so im going to have to wait now before testing out 12T and @bios - i hate updating from windows ! And im still waiting to here from Stasio to see if there is a version of @bios 2.33 that supports the G1 Assassin 2 on the x79. http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...tml#post466603 for Killer Bigfoot.
    I was able to install the posted latest Killer E2100 driver for the Assassin2 and work on the modified 12S bios.

    However, I can not, under any circumstances, get the Killer E2100 to work with the 12T bios.

    To be clear:

    With the 12T modded BIOS loaded, the driver package crashes at startup, specifically the user GUI. The options are look for a reason online or close it.

    Attempts to run it manually fail as well... so no Big Foot Networks support for the 12T Modded BOIS with the Intel Management update.

    The 12T Modded BIOS was installed with @BIOS 2.32.B13.0829.1 from the Gigabyte site today under the Assassin2 - BIOS download section.

    Otherwise, everything else appears to work..
    Last edited by Gbmaryland; 09-25-2013 at 08:33 AM.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by Gbmaryland View Post
    I was able to install the posted latest Killer E2100 driver for the Assassin2 and work on the modified 12S bios.

    However, I can not, under any circumstances, get the Killer E2100 to work with the 12T bios.

    To be clear:

    With the 12T modded BIOS loaded, the driver package crashes at startup, specifically the user GUI. The options are look for a reason online or close it.

    Attempts to run it manually fail as well... so no Big Foot Networks support for the 12T Modded BOIS with the Intel Management update.

    The 12T Modded BIOS was installed with @BIOS 2.32.B13.0829.1 from the Gigabyte site today under the Assassin2 - BIOS download section.

    Otherwise, everything else appears to work..
    Ok then thats two now confirming the 12T for G1 Assassin 2 is not good / missing bigfoot killer. Stasio / Virtualfred this Bios needs pulling from Downloads my friends until its fixed.
    G1.Assassin 2 (rev. 1.0) F13 MOD a Modified Bios by Boe23
    CPU Intel x3960
    Memory G.Skill RipJawsZ 16GB (4x4GB) DDR3 PC3-14900C9
    Graphics Asus GTX 690 GOP Flashed.
    Hardrives x2 Samsung 128GB 840 PRO ssd (Raid 0 ) RST 13.1 Orom
    Optical Samsung SH-B123L/ BSBP 12x BluRay
    Case & Cooling Corsair 650D, Corsair H100 hydro
    Mouse & Keyboard R.A.T.7 Contagion , Steelseries 7G
    PSU Corsair Professional Series AX850 High Performance
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    Windows 8.1 x64 UEFI Mode.

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