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Alright, I was wondering if I could flash the BIOS on a Dell XPS 600 with the Foxconn Nforce 4 SLI board BIOS, seeing as they are both the same chipsets and the dell board is a Foxconn Nforce 4 SLI board. Just with Dell BIOS instead of the Foxconn BIOS.

Though, I'm not entirely sure if this would work. I have done it before with my MSI 6701, I flashed it over to the retail boards BIOS ( MSI 6705) and it worked out just fine. But I had read online that it would work so I didn't think to check if the BIOS were the same size.

But I am a bit worried cause the BIOS on the XPS600 is 478KBs while the Foxconn BIOS are 512KB, so do you think this will work?

::NOTE:: I didn't buy the XPS 600, nor did the user. T'was a hand me down. But its a good machine, I would just like to give it a bit more
boost.
I already added in 4GBs of RAM (2x2GB G.Skill Pi Blacks) some faster HDDs, but I would like to OC the Pentium D 920 (I think, its 4mb cache, 800mhz FSB, 3.6 core speed, 65nm)

So yeah, any help, advice, info is welcome.

Just in case you needed to know

CPU: Pentium D 920
MoBo: Nforce 4
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I'd be a bit concerned about doing this if anyone is using or needs the rig. If not, then I'd try it. As long as the board layout is exactly the same and chipset's match, it should work. If it fails you could possibly find a bios chip replacement for rather cheap.
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No it won't work.
I've had a few Dell systems.
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No it won't work.
I've had a few Dell systems.
Any specific reason as to why?

@accskyman

Well, it is in use, not entirely needed. But I would love to keep it down for under a day. The board layouts are the same though, same NB and SB. Its a Foxconn board, just dell BIOS. But the different size in BIOS is what worries me.
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I'd love to flash my xps 600 bios also. I can OC mine a little through systool, but it did crash, forcing me to reformat.

Anyway, good luck.
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I thinks the dell bios is smaller because it has less options.
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I thinks the dell bios is smaller because it has less options.
Well thats a thought but I thought that all BIOS should be the same size...
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post #9 of 13
Why should they be the same size?
Most MB have like a 2-4 MB space for BIOS, and a newer BIOS is usualy larger than the old.
Only way to know for sure is to try it or find somebody who has.
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I would say make the leap and if it fails, buy a new BIOS chip. I can see the temptation though, to get to 4Ghz on that Pentium D.


Found this on Tweakguides forums: http://forums.tweakguides.com/showthread.php?t=946
Quote:
I have a XPS 600 3.2 G, on which Dell has their own bios installed on a Foxconn MOB.

To overclock hit F2 to enter setup, select Performance in the dropdown list, hit enter and arrow up or down to select CPU clock from 3.2, 3.4 or 3.6 GHz.

Unfortunately thats about all you can do... for now

I am currently running @ 3.6GHZ with no adverse effects.

Edited by Swiftes - 12/26/08 at 9:28am
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