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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    The following Gigabyte X58 boards have the Marvell 9182 controller

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    The rest should have the older Marvell 9128/9123 controller.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Ya, sorry, I meant to bring that up so everyone would notice sooner, but couldn't get into the forums until now.

    When I first started seeing the discussion go off base I figured someone would notice and mention that, but I see no one did until now. I';m not sure what would happen with a flash like that, but I know the controllers and BIOSes/Firmware are very different, so I would assume at the very least it would fail to update, but it could also cause the board to be unbootable without recovery options needed, or could possibly mess up the Marvell controller itself if you couldn't get it flashed back? Not sure, and I don't think I'd try the cross mod anyway, luckily no one has to find out by accident though! Maybe someday we will know what happens, if anything, but I'd suggest no one try that on purpose just to see what happens.

    This is the latest one I have for 9128/9123 (M9123FW.BIN) - BIOS 1.0.0.1033 / Firmware 2.2.0.1125, if you need it here ya go
    m9123fw 2.2.0.1125.zip

    For 9182 the only one I've looked at is the one you mentioned, from F5e OC BIOS (91a2b.bin - 1.0.0.0017), not sure if there is a newer one in any GBT BIOSes or not. There may be newer versions in older BIOSes, you'd have to check if you want to be sure because sometimes they roll back. And of course, the one Dejanh mentioned will probably work too if it's for 9182. Gigabyte used to be the ONLY one who got Marvell updates directly from Marvell, so maybe Asus can now too, or maybe Gigabyte has that version or newer but just hasn't implemented it is all?

    It should be OK as Dejanh mentioned, just be sure when you guys mod or discuss Marvell that everyone is on the same page about what controllers are being discussed

    *Edit* @ Ace, many new GBT boards (P67^+) have 9172 as well, and I'm not sure if that BIOS and Firmware is interchangeable with any of the others either, so just keep an eye on what board and BIOS you are modifying with what Marvell ROM's.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    I personally would NOT try cross modding those Marvell ORoms either as they are Very Different from each other.
    And you're right it is always best to be sure of what you're working with.
    That's why when I actually mod a BIOS I extract the Original ORoms and check the versions Before I consider updating anything.

    If I was actually updating that BIOS I would have seen that v 1.0.0.0017 (137 KB) was in there and realized it was much larger and a different Version than the 9128/9123 ORoms (which are about 26-27 KB in size).

    But, If anyone sees me screwing up, Please PM me.
    I'd always rather be Safe than Sorry when it comes to doing a BIOS Mod.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Here is a pretty good site with a tutorial on swapping UEFI rom modules out.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    What about ep45 - ud3r ?

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by mathewgx View Post
    What about ep45 - ud3r ?
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Any modded bios available for Gigabyte h61m D2 B3 ? (With added bclck changing option).

    Here is link to original bios:
    http://download.gigabyte.asia/FileLi...-d2-b3_f10.exe

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    can someone add Intel AHCI ROM >> 1.20_E.0027 03/23/2010 to this bios.

    Model: GA-ep45-ds3p
    Bios Type: AWARD
    Bios Revision: f9d
    Bios link: http://www.station-drivers.com/telec...ivers.com).zip


    I tried to mod but AHCI is above the Minit no success.
    help??

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    That AHCI ROM only works for "Some" P67, until someone hex edits it for other chipsets.

    So, the minit file is not the issue, just letting you know so you don't think that's the reason.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    thank you

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