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Edited by Svarog - 3/17/14 at 1:35pm
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Hi, is there anyone know link to Bios B15 for Z87X-OC?

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Is there any reason you need B15 in particular?

Edit: I went through some of my past emails with B15 BIOS, X01 = B15 -(minus) proprietary timings. They are exactly the same from training procedures to memory tuning. I am guessing you are trying to recreate something Dino or Cookie did with PSC or BBSE? Try X01 or X08.

Why not try X08?
http://www.mediafire.com/download/t62bg4m6ikuz80z/Z87XOC_X08.7z
Edited by Sin0822 - 3/20/14 at 10:36pm
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Ah...thanks for the respons. Just want to try each bios of these board. Looks like my PSC is more friendly with X01 Sir...

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post #1265 of 1419
Good morning, I am a proud owner of the OC-Force MB. I have a question. Which pci slot should I be using for my GTX 780? Also do I need to make any bios changes to ensure it will perform optimally?
Thanks in advance for your assistance.
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It is just the 1 card? Then use the black 16 slot.
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

Is there any reason you need B15 in particular?

Edit: I went through some of my past emails with B15 BIOS, X01 = B15 -(minus) proprietary timings. They are exactly the same from training procedures to memory tuning. I am guessing you are trying to recreate something Dino or Cookie did with PSC or BBSE? Try X01 or X08.

Why not try X08?
http://www.mediafire.com/download/t62bg4m6ikuz80z/Z87XOC_X08.7z

How is X08 different from F7? Is it specifically for tuning a certain kind of memory?
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Ever since i swapped my 680 into the Third Orange Slot (Z87X-OC) i encounted two Driver Crashes.

Looks like i'm gonna have to ditch the Z87X-OC in the near future.

Reason for that is the new Arctic Accelero Xtreme 4. I basicly need more space between the CPU Socket/Ram Slots and back of the Videocard. Because the Arctic Accelero Xtreme 4 comes with a 2 centimeter tall heatsink for the back of the videocard. And it simply wont fit on the Z87X-OC.

I think it's going to be the Z87X-UD5H.
Edited by Svarog - 3/24/14 at 9:58am
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I'm looking to update to the F8 BIOS because it says "Improve overclocking capability", but I think I saw some people say you need to use @BIOS program or the EFIFlash. So, is this true or can I still use QFlash?
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I'm looking to update to the F8 BIOS because it says "Improve overclocking capability", but I think I saw some people say you need to use @BIOS program or the EFIFlash. So, is this true or can I still use QFlash?

Well i replaced my Z87X-OC for a Z87X-UD5H (for a future upgrade), but i also had issues flashing to the latest firmware.

The only way for me was with @BIOS. But you need a specific version, and not all links on the site link to the latest version. I believe i used the Chinese link for @BIOS which got me B13.1112.1. That's the only version that allows you to flash higher than F7 for the OC.
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