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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by tamjinhang View Post
    @virtualfred: sry for not replying for so long. but yeah, i get BIOS ID error if i try to use P67A-UD3R modded BIOS for my P67A-UD3. Looks like i need a specific modded BIOS for the mobo. ><
    GA-P67A-UD3 BIOS U1b (modified from P67A-UD3R B3 BIOS U1b, check CPU fan speed...)

    Modified with :

    Intel Legacy RAID ROM 11.1.0.1413 to 12.7.0.1936
    Intel UEFI SataDriver 11.6.0.1702 to 12.7.0.1936
    Realtek PCIe GBE Controller 2.50 to 2.58
    Realtek EFI UNDI 2.015 to 2.024
    Intel PCI Accelerated SVGA BIOS 2158
    Sandy GOPdriver 2.0.1023 to 2.0.1024
    Ivy GOPdriver 3.0.1023 to 3.0.1027
    CPU MicroCode Pack (with Sandy 6A728 and Ivy 6A919)
    ME Firmware 8.0.0.1351 to 8.1.51.1471
    Modified splash logo 2

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    It is really useful to complete and keep your PC Specs or Signature up to date in Settings /My Profile (motherboard, CPU, BIOS version modified or not ...) - Thank you all .
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    GA-Z87X-UD3H BIOS F8h mod

    Modified with :

    Intel RAID for SATA 12.7.0.1936
    Intel EFI SataDriver 12.7.0.1936
    Marvell 88SE91xx Adapter 1.0.0.0027 to 1.0.1.0025
    Intel Boot Agent GE 1.5.04 to 1.5.43
    Intel GigabitLan X64 5.1.0 to 5.9.07
    Intel PCI Accelerated SVGA BIOS 2179
    Intel EFI VBIOS 1215 to 6767
    Intel GOPdriver 5.0.1035
    CPU Microcode Pack (with 6C317)
    ME firmware 9.0.21.1462 to 9.0.30.1482
    Modified splash logo 2
    It is really useful to complete and keep your PC Specs or Signature up to date in Settings /My Profile (motherboard, CPU, BIOS version modified or not ...) - Thank you all .
    Main rig : Z77X-UD5H BIOS F16 mod11 - Core i7 3770K @4.5GHz 1.30V - Noctua NH-D14 - GSkill TridentX 2x8GB @1200MHz CAS10 - Club3D HD5750 noiseless @800/1300 - Silverstone FT02S - Seasonic X-series 650W
    2x Intel 510 128GB RAID0 - 2x Samsung F3 500GB RAID0 + Samsung F3 1TB - Dell U2713H - Logitech Illuminated & G500 - Focal XS Book - Windows 8 Pro 64bits UEFI
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    Crucial BT 2x4GB @933MHz CAS9 - Club3D HD7750 noiseless @stock - Lian-Li PC-A05FN - Seasonic M12II 520W
    Crucial M4 128GB - 2x WD10EALX RAID1 - Dell 2408WFP - Logitech Illuminated & G5
    - Bose Companion 20 - Windows 8 Pro 64bits Legacy
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    Intel SSD 330 60GB - 2x WD WD30EZRX 3TB RAID0 - Logitech K820 - Windows 8 Pro 64bits + XBMC12
    Gigabyte Modified BIOS & About ME firmware

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    Would a modded Z87-UD5H F8c bios be worthwhile.....or is there some problems with it? I have not tried F8c.....
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    I recently bought a GA-Z77P-D3 mainboard with a i7 3770K CPU and i bought this setup for some moderate OCing.
    I went into the bios, and searched.....searched....searched and could not find any options to increase me Vcore whatsoever. For the record i am willing to try modified bios updates if that makes it work for me, i'm not foreign to fixes like this. if someone is able to make a modded bios to help me out, here is the bios file that i currently use http://download.gigabyte.eu/FileList...77p-d3_f8e.exe
    Help please !!!!

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by orlov View Post
    I recently bought a GA-Z77P-D3 mainboard with a i7 3770K CPU and i bought this setup for some moderate OCing.
    I went into the bios, and searched.....searched....searched and could not find any options to increase me Vcore whatsoever. For the record i am willing to try modified bios updates if that makes it work for me, i'm not foreign to fixes like this. if someone is able to make a modded bios to help me out, here is the bios file that i currently use http://download.gigabyte.eu/FileList...77p-d3_f8e.exe
    Help please !!!!
    There should be a menu option, where the vcore/memory/powerphase options are, its def there, just look though the settings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boe323 View Post
    Chive411, Please flash f12x mod from qflash if you have previously installed f12w, after flashing, wipe out all settings, don't load any saved profiles, the bios is different now,saved profiles will just screw it up, turn off power, clear cmos for 10 mins, pull 1 of your mem sticks to make sure all power as gone from board while clearing cmos, load deaults and reboot back to bios, now the tricky bit is finding the right boot disk as theres a slight bug at the moment where it shows wrong info for hdds etc. Don't play with secure boot if your win7 and especially if your GPU isn't uefi/gop, you wont boot and cant clear the keys by cmos. After you manage to set it up and boot into os, you can flash your back up.
    Hi Boe323,

    In a real twist I resurrected my MB/PC. I ended up leveraging 2 new disks, RAID 0 on Marvell/GSATA ports (had to pud the marvel setting under peripherals in BIOS to RAID vs AHCI to boot), got Win 7 to install. Ran @Bios flashed back to F11. My SSD i think is a brick now, the MB would see it but it would never show in the windows install. Couple of questions.

    I have F11 under the green/main bios switch, how do I copy that to the back up (and in the event of, make the backup bios become the main? ALT-F10, does that copy main to backup, what is the reverse, backup bios to main bios?)
    Since my MB, G1.Assasin2 sees the SSD but windows install didn't do I need some mystery driver (Muskin Chronos Deluxe SSD)
    How do i tell if my win 7 install is EUFI or Legacy (is there a better one, i'm assuming EUFI)
    Any pros to going to 12x/12x mod in my current config?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by Chive411 View Post
    Hi Boe323,

    In a real twist I resurrected my MB/PC. I ended up leveraging 2 new disks, RAID 0 on Marvell/GSATA ports (had to pud the marvel setting under peripherals in BIOS to RAID vs AHCI to boot), got Win 7 to install. Ran @Bios flashed back to F11. My SSD i think is a brick now, the MB would see it but it would never show in the windows install. Couple of questions.

    I have F11 under the green/main bios switch, how do I copy that to the back up (and in the event of, make the backup bios become the main? ALT-F10, does that copy main to backup, what is the reverse, backup bios to main bios?)
    Since my MB, G1.Assasin2 sees the SSD but windows install didn't do I need some mystery driver (Muskin Chronos Deluxe SSD)
    How do i tell if my win 7 install is EUFI or Legacy (is there a better one, i'm assuming EUFI)
    Any pros to going to 12x/12x mod in my current config?

    Thanks
    Yes works same way, just keep tapping ALT f10 at boot. I think if you installed uefi, your win7 installation disk will have uefi next to the dvd/cd driver when inserted in bios, there will be 2, normal dvd/cd and uefi dvd/cd,you should also have a separate boot partition in the bios, if no separate boot partition then I think it may be legacy. You need to figure out your boot, or, just clean install, flash f12x, set to uefi options, don't touch secureboot, choose rst not rst-e, then choose uefi dvd/cd to boot and install. Test your ssd, urn off the pc, connect ssd to a spare intel port, it will be offline so you need to import foreign disk if it shows in win7. I would go f12x mod, it as all the latest option romswich will in many cases be more compatable with ssd's, but if your happy with the older type bios then flash the latest mod for that type, http://www.mediafire.com/download/bx...n2_mod_12s.zip
    Last edited by boe323; 11-19-2013 at 02:47 AM.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by boe323 View Post
    There should be a menu option, where the vcore/memory/powerphase options are, its def there, just look though the settings.
    Vcore is not ..!
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by boondocks View Post
    Would a modded Z87-UD5H F8c bios be worthwhile.....or is there some problems with it? I have not tried F8c.....
    Just waiting for your request

    GA-Z87X-UD5H BIOS F8c mod

    Modified with :

    Intel RAID for SATA 12.7.0.1936
    Intel EFI SataDriver 12.7.0.1936
    Marvell 88SE91xx Adapter 1.0.0.0027 to 1.0.1.0025
    Intel Boot Agent GE 1.5.04 to 1.5.43
    Intel GigabitLan X64 5.1.0 to 5.9.07
    Intel PCI Accelerated SVGA BIOS 2177 to 2179
    Intel GOPdriver 5.0.1035
    Intel EFI VBIOS 1215 to 6767
    CPU Microcode Pack (with 6C317)
    ME firmware 9.0.21.1462 to 9.0.30.1482
    Modified splash logo 2
    It is really useful to complete and keep your PC Specs or Signature up to date in Settings /My Profile (motherboard, CPU, BIOS version modified or not ...) - Thank you all .
    Main rig : Z77X-UD5H BIOS F16 mod11 - Core i7 3770K @4.5GHz 1.30V - Noctua NH-D14 - GSkill TridentX 2x8GB @1200MHz CAS10 - Club3D HD5750 noiseless @800/1300 - Silverstone FT02S - Seasonic X-series 650W
    2x Intel 510 128GB RAID0 - 2x Samsung F3 500GB RAID0 + Samsung F3 1TB - Dell U2713H - Logitech Illuminated & G500 - Focal XS Book - Windows 8 Pro 64bits UEFI
    2nd rig : Z77X-UD3H BIOS F20e mod - Core i5 3470 @4.0GHz - Noctua NH-D14 -
    Crucial BT 2x4GB @933MHz CAS9 - Club3D HD7750 noiseless @stock - Lian-Li PC-A05FN - Seasonic M12II 520W
    Crucial M4 128GB - 2x WD10EALX RAID1 - Dell 2408WFP - Logitech Illuminated & G5
    - Bose Companion 20 - Windows 8 Pro 64bits Legacy
    HTPC : EG45M-UD2H BIOS F5a mod - Core2Quad Q8200 @2.8GHz undervolted to 1.10V - Noctua NH-C4 passive - OCZ 4x1GB @500MHz CAS5 - AMD HD6450 passive - Antek NSK2480 - Antec Earthwatts 380W
    Intel SSD 330 60GB - 2x WD WD30EZRX 3TB RAID0 - Logitech K820 - Windows 8 Pro 64bits + XBMC12
    Gigabyte Modified BIOS & About ME firmware

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Well, blow me, DELETED: I never knew that all pwm don't have vcore
    Last edited by boe323; 11-19-2013 at 05:41 AM.
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