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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by virtualfred View Post
    Any issue with F8k mod2 ?

    Hi frenchy !

    Maybe you should open a new thread for your specific USB issue, with more complete specifications and perhaps some screenshots of your BIOS settings ?

    I'm currently using the same MB with F16 mod11, Virtualization enable for VirtualBox, Intel Graphics and IEEE1394 disable, Turbo disable for 4.5GHz OC with tightened RAM timings... for me F16 is far more stable than F15*, really happy with it.

    Our Z77X board have a switch onboard, so you can manually turn it on backup BIOS, power on and enter backup BIOS, then switch to main BIOS and use Qflash will update main BIOS from backup BIOS running

    En te souhaitant un bon réveillon.
    Hi :)

    You are right I should have done it actually. Just one thing before: can you help me with updating the main BIOS from the backup (which I'm using now) ? It's probably the only thing I didn't try so far and I don't want to mess up something again.

    Right now, I have the switch turned on in the board so that I'm using the backup BIOS. If I understand you well :

    1. I enter the backup BIOS settings on boot,
    2. I switch back the switch (main BIOS position) while in the backup BIOS setting,
    3. I use QFlash and run an update from there and it will update the main BIOS ?

    I tried to enter QFlash once from there and there were a confirmation that said it will update the f4 BIOS. In fact it listed the information of the currently used BIOS and I presumed it will update this one (f4 is the version of the backup BIOS I thought it will not update the main) so I stopped here to avoid messing up once more. But if you can confirm this is still the right procedure I'll try it out. :)


    Thanks a lot, and bonne année !
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by virtualfred View Post
    Happy new year !
    Someone else can do it please, i don't know how to updated Marvell ROM/FW/Bootloader.



    My first 2014's modded BIOS is for you

    GA-Z87X-UD4H BIOS F8b mod3

    Modified with :

    Intel RAID for SATA 12.7.0.1936 to 13.1.0.2030
    Intel EFI SataDriver 12.7.0.1936 to 13.1.0.2030
    Marvell 88SE91xx Adapter 1.0.0.0027 to 1.0.1.0025
    Intel Boot Agent GE 1.5.04 to 1.5.48
    Intel GigabitLan X64 5.1.00 to 6.0.24
    Intel PCI Accelerated SVGA BIOS 2177 to 2179
    Intel GOPdriver 5.0.1033 to 5.0.1036
    Intel EFI VBIOS 1215 to 6767
    CPU Microcode Pack (with 06C317)
    ME firmware 9.0.3.1347 to 9.0.30.1482
    Modified splash logo 2



    I still need help of Z87's owner to try new ME FW... Stasio could be THE one i'm looking for it ?
    hohohohoho thanks!!!!!

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by virtualfred View Post
    Happy new year !
    Someone else can do it please, i don't know how to updated Marvell ROM/FW/Bootloader.
    Thanks for reply, no problem if you will make mod without Marvell updates. I made some changes, don't need more Intel RAID ROM 12.7.0.1936, but required 11.2.0.1527.
    Also necessary two BIOS versions.
    1st with: Intel RAID ROM 11.2.0.1527, Realtek LAN ROM 2.58.
    2nd with: Intel RAID ROM 11.6.0.1702 (with TRIM in RAID0), Realtek LAN ROM 2.58.

    MB: GA-P55A-UD3 (rev. 1.0), latest official BIOS F11 here: http://download.gigabyte.eu/FileList...5a-ud3_f11.exe

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    GA-P55A-UD3 BIOS F11 mod1 & mod2

    Modified with :

    Intel RAID ROM 9.5.0.1037 to 11.6.0.1702 (mod1) and 12.7.0.1936 (mod2) - both with TRIM in RAID0
    Realtek LAN ROM 2.33 to 2.58
    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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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Thank you so much for your help!

    Best Regards,
    zv3zd4

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    You folks that work with the BIOS,

    Does HPET timer exist in the Z87 boards?

    Since there is no option to turn it on/off in BIOS like in previous versions, I wondered if only the Windows timers are used ??

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Boondocks, that is a good question. I would guess that the HPET is built into z87 boards just no options for on/off as from previous experience that if windows shows a driver that it's turned on in hardware. I had the option for on/off on my z77 board too (asus p8z77-v lk).

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by wheeljack12 View Post
    Boondocks, that is a good question. I would guess that the HPET is built into z87 boards just no options for on/off as from previous experience that if windows shows a driver that it's turned on in hardware. I had the option for on/off on my z77 board too (asus p8z77-v lk).
    Thanks.
    I can run WinTimerTester_1.1 and it shows about 3.4 MHz.
    But if I use the command bcdedit /set useplatformclock true, there is no change in frequency but the DPC latency goes up. So either this command doesn't work properly else it does something I'm not sure of.
    So many little mysteries with the Haswell.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by boondocks View Post
    Thanks.
    I can run WinTimerTester_1.1 and it shows about 3.4 MHz.
    But if I use the command bcdedit /set useplatformclock true, there is no change in frequency but the DPC latency goes up. So either this command doesn't work properly else it does something I'm not sure of.
    So many little mysteries with the Haswell.
    That is because the command is incorrect. It is bcdedit /set useplatformclock yes! That should override the Windows default timer (Invariant TSC) and use HPET.
    Last edited by johns36j; 01-03-2014 at 06:56 PM.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by johns36j View Post
    That is because the command is incorrect. It is bcdedit /set useplatformclock yes! That should override the Windows default timer (Invariant TSC) and use HPET.
    The command I quoted is the correct one, it's quoted that way all over the internet.
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