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    Quote Originally Posted by milkygirl View Post
    Problem
    1. Stuck on BIOS Splash Screen but passed POST (normal beep) - why is that so? This happens 1 in 10 times.
    2. Sometimes it will pass POST but totally no input on monitor. Initially I thought it was the video card / monitor problem. I replaced both and had the same problem! This happens 3 in 10 times.
    3. Problem resuming from sleep. When I resume from sleep, the CPU will run for 2s before turning off, and turning on again. It gets back to normal thereafter but it is annoying. This happens 10 in 10 times.

    With the 3 issues above, I have changed everything in my system except
    1. RAM (Memtest passed 2x)
    2. PSU (load only 200w, PSU is 620w seasonic)
    3. Mobo (z77-d3h, f23b. any sure way to test whether it is working?)
    4. CPU (i5-2500k, solid workhorse, not overclocked)

    Any idea what is wrong and how I can resolve the 3 issues above?
    Any USB dongle except mouse and keyboard attach?
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfist View Post
    Hi I have a GA-EP45T-UDP3 f8c bios with a Corsair 4gb ddr31600mhz CMX4GX3MIA1600C11 v2.1 from 2012 and works great, the thing is i bought another CMX4GX3MIA1600C11 but this one is a v5.21 which after googling it I found out this are high density chips which are not compatible with this old boards due to the lack of support from their companies so I'd like to know if there is any modified bios for this board that allows me to use this high density memories, I did my research but found nothing, most of modded bios I find are for ep45-ud3p and ep45t-ud3r and this post doesn't have any search tool to see if it's already listed here.

    thank you.
    Try to ask GB Technical Support or try to add memory setting manually.
    Google your new ram v5.21 for setting.
    No modified BIOS will help.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Hello. Tell me pls is there any modified bioses for z100-gaming-k3 rev.1.1 motherboard, so i can OC my i5-6500? Only one that i found is f2c from the date 01/31/2016. But my motherboard have f2 03/10/2016 from stock.
    Sorry for bad english and maybe stupid question.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by mcdoom View Post
    Hello. Tell me pls is there any modified bioses for z100-gaming-k3 rev.1.1 motherboard, so i can OC my i5-6500? Only one that i found is f2c from the date 01/31/2016. But my motherboard have f2 03/10/2016 from stock.
    Sorry for bad english and maybe stupid question.
    Bellows is modified BIOS F2 and F3h with non-K OC :

    F2
    Non-k-z170-gaming-k3_f2

    F3h
    Non-k-z170-gaming-k3_f3h
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    @ 3100 (12-15-14-35-CR1) @1.66V
    2xSSD Corsair Force GS 128 (RAID 0), WD Caviar Black SATA3 1TB HDD,
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Hi, does anyone know how to unlock MSR 0xE2 for GA-Z170X-Designare? If so, please help me unlock bios version F21 from link below. Thanks in advance.

    Bios Link:
    GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket 1151 - GA-Z170X-Designare (rev. 1.0)

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    @Stasio, what is the latest and/or most stable/recommended Non-K OC enabled bios for the Z170XP-SLI as of today and where can i download it ?

    Found several versions for it here but iam unsure which one is way to go.

    Thanks for helping me out.

    Greets.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    I need help

    Can anyone help me and do for me with a new bios rom Realtek Rom and Intel Raid for EP45C-DS3R 1.0 ?

    Realtek LAN ROM
    Intel Raid


    My Bios

    Thanks

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Hi guys,
    I have the z77-d3h rev 1.0 with me. Since a year ago, it has been having this dumb problem:

    When booting up, sometimes it will revert to the old (Ultra Durable) BIOS splash screen and just get stuck there. Even when I restart it or clear the CMOS, it will get stuck at the old BIOS screen.

    Sometimes, when I let it rest for a few days (and if I get lucky), it goes back to normal and boots up instantly (with the correct new BIOS screen).

    So I thought it was a BIOS issue, and went ahead to test F22, F23b and eventually the modified BIOS.

    same problem still persists. anyone knows which component is exactly at fault here? I've changed almost every single component except my CPU, Mobo and PSU. ALL other items are literally switched to brand new already.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Guys I use a X58A-UD3R Rev 2 and a Xeon X5670. At the moment I can't run more then 4,6ghz @ 1,376v.
    I saw here the modbios: "X58A-UD3R Rev. 2.0 Bios FH MOD Complete" and wanna know if anyone knows if I can reach higher clocks with it. And what the difference to the normal FH bios is.
    If possible I want to go higher with the clock, but want stay under 1,4v.

    The last modbios I used whas on the NF7S(2), so I am a bit inexperienced by the X58 chipset.
    Last edited by Norxic; 02-04-2017 at 09:47 AM.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by PHY View Post
    @Stasio, what is the latest and/or most stable/recommended Non-K OC enabled bios for the Z170XP-SLI as of today and where can i download it ?

    Found several versions for it here but iam unsure which one is way to go.

    Thanks for helping me out.

    Greets.
    My experience with this board for what it's worth...


    The bios from the non-k overclocking page is the F6e, which I got to 4.5GHz but then my system had the "cold boot loop" issue. It was stable but having to pull the power on every shutdown was just too annoying.


    I tried the older official F5 but it had the "no boot drive" issue. I also found an F6g on this site but it has the same cold boot issue as the F6e. These bios all have the 3A microcode that allows non-k overclocking.


    I think the 6A microcode also allows non-k but I couldn't find a bios with 6A to test. All the official bios F6..F20 have 74 or greater microcode that cannot overclock non-k chips. Stasio provided a modded F7 with older microcode 3A and 6A but they were not valid according to Qflash.


    Good luck and let me know how you fare.
    Last edited by lgarner972; 02-06-2017 at 04:18 AM.
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