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I have an i7 2700k. I just need someone with the skill set to mod a bios for this thing for me to update the code so i can have the option to enable gen 3 like the premium has the option of doing. Mine is the deluxe and the option is not in my bios at all. That or someone get me an updated uefi module inserted into this bios and I think that has the option to enable gen 3 or force it rather I should say, via the options.

Your P8Z68 Deluxe Gen 3 is already a 3.0 PCIE motherboard (gen 3 stands for 3.0 PCIE support), but the problem is that your i7 2700K supports only 2.0 PCIE.

So modding a BIOS would not do anything as your current BIOS supports 3.0. It automatically changes from 2.0 to 3.0 depending on your GPU PCIE type or CPU.

The PCIE controller is built in CPU not in motherboard's chipset, so 2700K has 2.0 PCIE controller built in and no BIOS hack or motherboard swap will change it.

To get 3.0 PCIE you'd have to change your CPU to for example 3770K.

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post #9232 of 9343
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Your P8Z68 Deluxe Gen 3 is already a 3.0 PCIE motherboard (gen 3 stands for 3.0 PCIE support), but the problem is that your i7 2700K supports only 2.0 PCIE.

So modding a BIOS would not do anything as your current BIOS supports 3.0. It automatically changes from 2.0 to 3.0 depending on your GPU PCIE type or CPU.

The PCIE controller is built in CPU not in motherboard's chipset, so 2700K has 2.0 PCIE controller built in and no BIOS hack or motherboard swap will change it.

To get 3.0 PCIE you'd have to change your CPU to for example 3770K.

CHEERS..

It worked fine with the new amd cards because amd doesn't have a trigger to turn it off built in to their driver but Nvidia does.

Some mbs have a way to bypass it by switching it to gen 3 manually.

I want that option so why are you arguing with me about this?

Do you work at Asus? That would make total sense because they're just as helpful.
Edited by truehighroller1 - 1/21/16 at 6:29am
post #9233 of 9343
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It worked fine with the new amd cards because amd doesn't have a trigger to turn it off built in to their driver but Nvidia does.

Some mbs have a way to bypass it by switching it to gen 3 manually.

I want that option so why are you arguing with me about this?

Do you work at Asus? That would make total sense because they're just as helpful.

I'm just being helpful, sorry if that is disappointing you.

Simply you can't "turn on" option that your 2700K processor DOES NOT HAVE, motherboard is not your problem there.

2700K only has 2.0 PCIE controller, no "bypass" can help about that.

Look at 2700K specs and you'll see that it has only 2.0 PCIE support, scroll down to expansion options.

http://ark.intel.com/products/61275/Intel-Core-i7-2700K-Processor-8M-Cache-up-to-3_90-GHz

Get 3770K and you'll have 3.0 PCIE enabled (if your GPU is 3.0 device).

Also performance difference between 2.0 x 16 and 3.0 x 16 in real life gaming usage non existent. 2.0 x 16 slot has more than enough bandwidth for any single GPU card (including 980Ti or Fury X)

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@truehighroller1

What is wrong with you? KingT's point is valid and was just trying to help. I didn't find his post with a hint of any arguing temperature and yet you came off with an offensive post? C'mon!
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I have an i7 2700k.

I just need someone with the skill set to mod a bios for this thing for me to update the code so I can have the option to enable gen 3 like the premium has the option of doing MANUALLY.

Mine is the deluxe and the option is not in my bios at all.

That or can someone get me an updated uefi module inserted into this bios? I think that it has the option to enable gen 3 or force it rather I should say, via the options.

It kicked into PCIE 3.0 Mode fine with the new amd cards because amd doesn't have a trigger to turn it off built in to their driver but Nvidia does.

Some mbs have a way to bypass it by switching it to gen 3 manually and that's what I am looking for.

Thank you for your time whomever has the skill set to do this for me.
Edited by truehighroller1 - 1/21/16 at 9:30am
post #9236 of 9343

Good lord. You can't do that with a Sandy Bridge CPU because it's not possible. You would absolutely need to have an Ivy Bridge CPU.

 

Ok?

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post #9237 of 9343
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Good lord. You can't do that with a Sandy Bridge CPU because it's not possible. You would absolutely need to have an Ivy Bridge CPU.


Ok?

I was able to do it fine with my other gpu's up to and including my 390x.

Ok? tongue.gif
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I was able to do it fine with my other gpu's up to and including my 390x.

Ok? tongue.gif

 

Based on what everyone else is saying, I would bet that it wasn't actually supporting PCI-E 3.0. Sandy Bridge doesn't support it. It can't.

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post #9239 of 9343
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Based on what everyone else is saying, I would bet that it wasn't actually supporting PCI-E 3.0. Sandy Bridge doesn't support it. It can't.

That's an answer that makes more sense. It would still be nice for testing reasons, to have someone give me the option though considering the cheaper model of this MB from ASUS has the option built into it's BIOS menu.
post #9240 of 9343
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That's an answer that makes more sense. It would still be nice for testing reasons, to have someone give me the option though considering the cheaper model of this MB from ASUS has the option built into it's BIOS menu.

 

Ivy Bridge is still required for true support.

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