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http://valid.canardpc.com/2606634

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Originally Posted by EagleOne View Post

http://valid.canardpc.com/2606634
hope this works

EagleOne

As long as you keep the FSB up in the +250mhz range, the mobo might not allow all eight cores. You need to drop the FSB to around 225-230Mhz and then bring the multipler up to 23 -24. That way it should release all 8 cores.
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This http://www.overclock.net/t/682489/official-asus-crosshair-iv-formula-extreme-club/11980#post_16950618
showed up a while back and makes a real nice diff for the Formula (I know not much help for the Extreme) but either research from there, or maybe even try PMing p4spooky and ask if he's aware of anything that may help in the way of a bios mod.

Motherboard: Asus Crosshair iv Extreme
Bios: 2002/3027 Modified
Modified By: p4spooky

Changes:

1. Updated AMD RAID ROM To 3.3.1540.17
2. Updated JMicron 363 ROM to 1.0.7.28
3. updated AMD AHCI ROM To 3.1.0.0

CROSSHAIR IV 2002/3027 MODIFIED

Bios is tested working by Silentsqall. I have removed JMicron Option Rom updates due to memory allocation issues during boot. Have a backup strategy in case of bad flash BEFORE flashing. Report back how this works.

Note: If you used the modified bios from the links originally posted on 12/8/12, please update the bios with the revised bios from the link above.

Reps always appreciated!! smile.gif
Edited by p4spooky - 12/9/12 at 9:15am
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Crosshair IV EXTREME 3027 Modified
Crosshair IV EXTREME 2002 Modified
Motherboard: Asus Crosshair iv Extreme
Bios: 3027/2002 modified
Modified By: p4spooky
Changes:
1. Updated AMD RAID ROM To 3.3.1540.17
2. Updated JMicron 363 ROM to 1.0.7.28
3. updated AMD AHCI ROM To 3.1.0.0
Bios is untested - Please use with Caution and have a backup strategy in case of bad flash BEFORE flashing. Report back how this works. Reps always appreciated!! smile.gif
Added 2002 Modified Bios (same changes) - use whatever works best for your setup thumb.gif

Here are my new results with the 2002 bios with 4 SSD's in RAID 0



Much faster with the new bios

However I cannot boot unless im using RAID mode.
When doing some quick testing with p4spooky he discovered that the JMicron 363 ROM is double the size of the OEM one.
As some extreme users already know from buying revodrives that theres not enough room for more option rom at boot.

Other than this it is pretty stable in raid.
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Thanks for the feedback silentsqall. I have updated the modified BIOS to remove the JMicron updates. Please see my original post for the updated links.
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Don't quote me on this but I do not believe that you have to have a non FX CPU to flash the BIOS with RoG boards. You should be able to flash the BIOS using RoG connect with a USB Flashdrive and a powered but non operational connection.

Basic power is all that is required. With the system off you insert the USB drive and press the connect button until the Connect button flashes. You just have to have the BIOS onboard the flash device. This should work with any ASUS Board that has the RoG connect feature. Check "RoG BIOS Flash" on YouTube for confirmation.

NVM here you go guys...

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supercooling:

i took out the 8350 from my CH4 Extreme, was not too happy really need the ch5z board to make everything work right, im much happier with my 1100T.
the AI suite2 works really well forgot all about that program,im using now thanks supercooling for the help

btw: the 0502 bios im running right now, is this more for 1100T or is the 2002 bios more for 1100T?
merry christmas
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Hi guys,

As long as I can remember every once in a while randomly if I plug in a USB drive onto the ch4 system will lockup. Been through a few different psu's and doesn't go away. It's a rare occurrence but it makes me cringe every time I want to plug in a USB drive. Any ideas? Bad motherboard?

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Don't quote me on this but I do not believe that you have to have a non FX CPU to flash the BIOS with RoG boards. You should be able to flash the BIOS using RoG connect with a USB Flashdrive and a powered but non operational connection.
Basic power is all that is required. With the system off you insert the USB drive and press the connect button until the Connect button flashes. You just have to have the BIOS onboard the flash device. This should work with any ASUS Board that has the RoG connect feature. Check "RoG BIOS Flash" on YouTube for confirmation.
NVM here you go guys...
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

You are correct, you can do that, but if it were me and I had an AM3 CPU I'd prefer to flash it thro the BIOS to be on the safe side thumb.gif
Hell I bought an AMD Sempron just to play with for 30 euros.
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