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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyssy View Post
    Thank you! I actually have the h87n-wifi and not the z87n-wifi. Or are the two interchangeable?


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    Last edited by virtualfred; 12-06-2013 at 03:07 AM. Reason: My fault, so new mod for H87N-Wifi
    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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    Well, I changed out my cpu and cooler, F12y bios, working ace, just a simple easy OC using the turbo ratio to 4.5ghz, disappointed with ram latency though very poor.(g1assassin2 x79 modded 12y) what do do with the old cpu , hhmmmm. Oh yeah lol, cpu is 4820k, used to be 3820
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    Have a slight problem, I have to manually spin one of my new fans to get it running, now, f12y as got a new fan curve, and im wondering if the speed as been set to low at a certain temp, I cant see the fan being broke at £15, its a low rpm noctua fan(one of the newones), being low rpm means that the current is only trickling through, so again leads me to believe the fan curve is wrong, set to full speed results in fan starting on its own. Anyone else think its the fan curve or dud fan?(G1assassin2 f12y)
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Just as a heads up. Use caution with the modded F8b (oc force).

    It seemed to work for a few hours and now my PC gets nothing but a blinking cursor.

    Have tried barebones, have reset the CMOS, have tried backup bios.

    Either uber coincidence or it smoked something on my board.

    I get a post image but when I attempt to boot, nada and when I try to enter the bios, same thing.

    Worst part is I have yet to use this PC and this weekend I was finally gonna be gaming!

    Now courtesy of bs gigabytes rma process I'll be down a month at best. Naturally I now have to remove a naked chip with liquid metal on it which ughgh I'm not even gonna get into that.

    Anyhow if anyone has any suggestions.....

    Or if anyone has any ideas what part of a board going down would do this anyhow? I know often a bad disk drive will do it but u can still get into bios. I assume this is a straight up bad bios chip now?

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    From now on......
    please post your full SPEC.... with OS......drivers...
    and fell free to open new thread....
    Thanks....
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    From now on......
    please post your full SPEC.... with OS......drivers...
    and fell free to open new thread....
    Thanks....
    Now don't get me wrong, this is necessary in 90% of posts, however with the information I provided, I do not know how knowing what brand or model my hardware is will change.

    Still, I shall accommodate. Perhaps I can be humbled :p

    Ftr I set up the RMA. Disappointed, disgusted really. I'm sure my chip will end up chipping during reinstall (naked) or static or an unforeseen force will ruin one of my titans while sitting idle. Happens every time. I hate changing boards!

    Anyhow, don't want to clutter up your bios thread - just guessing that it is in fact the bios chip that is bad. I'm hoping someone can reply that tried it and is using it for some time: I just don't get it.

    Aaaaaaanyhow.
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    A bit of background. The PC was left running prime and temps were normal, load was normal/no errors and I noticed the problem when stopping it. It was lagging like it would if say your IDE bus was fully saturated, couldn't click on anything but the mouse was fluid. Commands would go thru but waaay later. A restart and it began.

    I used the ME modded bios (there were 2) disappointed cause they seemed awesome. But far to scared to try next time :(

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Did you tried to flash main BIOS with backup BIOS with press and hold Power on boot ?
    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
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Is there any way to mod the f12y g1assassin2 biosto turn on the diabled cores in 4820k cpu?, extreme tuning utility shows all 6 cores and lets you adjust the turbo and stuff, so there must be something real simple somewhere to turn them on.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by boe323 View Post
    Is there any way to mod the f12y g1assassin2 biosto turn on the diabled cores in 4820k cpu?, extreme tuning utility shows all 6 cores and lets you adjust the turbo and stuff, so there must be something real simple somewhere to turn them on.
    I doubt it. Attempts at enabling disabled features have never worked on Intel CPUs. Not on a single model, to the best of my knowledge. It started back with the Northwood Pentium 4s where people tried to enable HyperThreading.

    THe 3820s for example did not even have extra cores. The 39xx ones were all 8 cores with two of them disabled. There are ways of physically disabling them, for example via laser or one-time writable registers/flashes upon binning...tho I don't know what Intel is doing. But I can tell you it's much more sophisticated than AMD's way of having bridges on the chip and all you need is a piece of conducting rubber. ;)

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Oh well, thought id ask, as for my fan, its def the new fan curve in f12y, I linked my fan to corsair, works sound.
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