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Originally Posted by Sharif-4 View Post

Even though the translations aren't perfect it still surprises me how much better they got over the years. That aside, our symptoms are different from the ones mentioned but it shouldn't hurt trying thanks to the Dual bios gigabyte implemented
I am gonna try tonight or tommrow and see how things go in my end

Oh, Nice. If you make it/it makes any difference i will do it right after you m8. Tell me how you did it too. I rly think that it makes difference because the bios desn't like our cpus. For example if i have 150 blc it still says 100blc in the main page lol.
post #602 of 775
So I am following the mod guide here - https://forums.overclockers.ru/viewtopic.php?p=14378504#p14378504
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Open your BIOS, go to the CPU Patch tab, select the file with microcode, specify section (Vol. No.) is the same as that of the existing microcode in the list, add (Insert a patch data) microcode, save the BIOS in ROM format (firmware modified CAP can lead to not starting mat.platy) .
If regular microcode duplicated in two sections (ADR volume on 5 and 6), add the same in both sections.
If microcode for processors stepping A0 / Q0 is already in the BIOS, you can delete it (select the firmware, click Delete a patch data and Apply).
On the MSI mat.platah microcode needs to be added to section 1 (Volume 1), despite the fact that full-time microcode are in section 4.

Open my BIOS? What on earth does this translation be referring to?


CPU Patch Tab, What's Vol. No?? Basically clueless right now..
post #603 of 775
extract the bios first tongue.gif

I'm trying to enable c-state and speedstep, no luck here.. :'(
I guess i'll keep it runnning at 3.7ghz ...
post #604 of 775
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Originally Posted by Sharif-4 View Post

So I am following the mod guide here - https://forums.overclockers.ru/viewtopic.php?p=14378504#p14378504
Open my BIOS? What on earth does this translation be referring to?


CPU Patch Tab, What's Vol. No?? Basically clueless right now..

Maybe load the bios(image? or the insert thing). And patch maybe the cpu microcode but im not sure. Can you find a video about it?.

Maybe you can look at this video, seems like they are using a tool like you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bxcSJjrzsA .
But don't use the latest bios to mod i think, use the latest that you know works for es cpus.
Edited by Alfonsg00 - 4/11/17 at 6:11pm
post #605 of 775
This should work...


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I checked a working modded bios and it looks quite the same so this should be good.


"on Gigabyte mat.platah modified BIOSes you can sew a standard utility Q-Flash."

I guess u can use Q-Flash to flash it tongue.gif
(is it gigabyte bios updater?)
post #606 of 775
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Originally Posted by Alfonsg00 View Post

Maybe load the bios(image? or the insert thing). And patch maybe the cpu microcode but im not sure. Can you find a video about it?.

Maybe you can look at this video, seems like they are using a tool like you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bxcSJjrzsA .
But don't use the latest bios to mod i think, use the latest that you know works for es cpus.
I chose F6 since I am already using it
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Originally Posted by cloud1250000 View Post

This should work...



I checked a working modded bios and it looks quite the same so this should be good.

"on Gigabyte mat.platah modified BIOSes you can sew a standard utility Q-Flash."

I guess u can use Q-Flash to flash it tongue.gif
(is it gigabyte bios updater?)
I noticed you used F5 in your example, did you just randomly do it or for a particular reason?

I am gonna use Q-flash since I am familiar with it, it 's the bios flashing utility within the bios

I was thinking of doing it now but if something goes wrong I will likely need to spend 30 minutes on this so ill do it later and I wanna know if there is a reason behind choosing the F5 over the F6 too
Edited by Sharif-4 - 4/12/17 at 4:03am
post #607 of 775
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Originally Posted by Sharif-4 View Post

I chose F6 since I am already using it
I noticed you used F5 in your example, did you just randomly do it or for a particular reason?

I am gonna use Q-flash since I am familiar with it, it 's the bios flashing utility within the bios

I was thinking of doing it now but if something goes wrong I will likely need to spend 30 minutes on this so ill do it later and I wanna know if there is a reason behind choosing the F5 over the F6 too

No particular reason, I compared the bios F5 from the russian forum with the one I did, and it was matching I think. I also did it for the F6 bios just to check if it was the same wink.gif
post #608 of 775
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Originally Posted by Sharif-4 View Post

I chose F6 since I am already using it
I noticed you used F5 in your example, did you just randomly do it or for a particular reason?

I am gonna use Q-flash since I am familiar with it, it 's the bios flashing utility within the bios

I was thinking of doing it now but if something goes wrong I will likely need to spend 30 minutes on this so ill do it later and I wanna know if there is a reason behind choosing the F5 over the F6 too

Sounds good, keep me updated m8.
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Could anyone verify that the ASUS z170 pro gaming aura works with the QHQG? Would appreciate it a ton before I make the purchase biggrin.gif https://pcpartpicker.com/product/8rvZxr/asus-z170-pro-gamingaura-atx-lga1151-motherboard-z170-pro-gamingaura?history_days=730 The russian site is translated to (tested with processor m Q0 comrade Pavel_S, so I am unsure of what that means
post #610 of 775
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Originally Posted by ESQues View Post

Could anyone verify that the ASUS z170 pro gaming aura works with the QHQG? Would appreciate it a ton before I make the purchase biggrin.gif https://pcpartpicker.com/product/8rvZxr/asus-z170-pro-gamingaura-atx-lga1151-motherboard-z170-pro-gamingaura?history_days=730 The russian site is translated to (tested with processor m Q0 comrade Pavel_S, so I am unsure of what that means

this means it should work using the custom bios (it was tested by the user Pavel_S)
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Originally Posted by Sharif-4 View Post

I chose F6 since I am already using it
I noticed you used F5 in your example, did you just randomly do it or for a particular reason?

I am gonna use Q-flash since I am familiar with it, it 's the bios flashing utility within the bios

I was thinking of doing it now but if something goes wrong I will likely need to spend 30 minutes on this so ill do it later and I wanna know if there is a reason behind choosing the F5 over the F6 too

I just thought of something, it may not be working with F6 bios if it's a A0 cpu, but it should be fine for Q0 (since you're actually using live lol)
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