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post #3101 of 3836
Not sure on that one? What you could try is reinstalling the latest Intel INF drivers, but use the -overall flag in command prompt. Get the latest here, you want first link exe
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Product_Filter.aspx?ProductID=816

Then, rename the exe file to inf.exe just for ease of use. Then put the inf.exe into a folder and open a command prompt from that folder (hold shift, left click) and then from the command prompt enter the following.

inf.exe -overall


By request on another forum! This is not tested, but should be fine as always, enjoy! thumb.gif

GA-X58A-UD7 Rev. 1.0 F9d Complete MOD

Intel RAID ROM >> 11.5.0.1111

RealTek LAN >> 2.45

J.Micron ROM >> 1.07.28

Marvell >> BIOS Version 1.0.0.1033 / Firmware 2.2.0.1125

^^ Set Marvell Firmware Setting mode in BIOS to "Force" Flash to update, after loading optimized and rebooting back to BIOS. Then on next reboot Marvell Firmware will be updated before windows loads (On the IRQ Screen you'll see it at the top of the page) ^^

*New Version Added, if you downloaded old toss it and use this new one!
http://www.mediafire.com/?n3qnyn6neaiy27d << *New File, modified with incorrect version previously! Qflash Checksum = 6100
Edited by lsdmeasap - 3/28/12 at 9:04pm
    
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Nice!!! Can you do the F8 version??? rolleyes.gifthumb.gifsmile.gif
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Sure biggrin.gifthumb.gif

GA-X58A-UD7 Rev. 1.0 F8 MOD Complete - Everyone, keep in mind this BIOS was pulled by Gigabyte for reasons unknown, so use at your own risk!

Intel RAID ROM >> 11.5.0.1111

RealTek LAN >> 2.45

J.Micron ROM >> 1.07.28

Marvell >> BIOS Version 1.0.0.1033 / Firmware 2.2.0.1125

^^ Set Marvell Firmware Setting mode in BIOS to "Force" Flash to update, after loading optimized and rebooting back to BIOS. Then on next reboot Marvell Firmware will be updated before windows loads (On the IRQ Screen you'll see it at the top of the page) ^^

http://www.mediafire.com/?yawdxcz010ojkc0

Untested but should be fine as always, Enjoy!
Edited by lsdmeasap - 3/25/12 at 1:03pm
    
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You're the king!!! Thanks... thumb.gif
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Nice!!! Can you do the F8 version??? rolleyes.gifthumb.gifsmile.gif

I have noticed a preference on the F8 version that is withdrawn... Is there a reason you avoid using F9D with all the updates included by Lsdmeasap?
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nice modding Ed!
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You're the king!!! Thanks... thumb.gif

Haha, thanks man! No problem, hit me up anytime you need a mod! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by ElGreco View Post

I have noticed a preference on the F8 version that is withdrawn... Is there a reason you avoid using F9D with all the updates included by Lsdmeasap?

I think only one user was asking me for that BIOS specifically, and it was because the newer ones gave him issues. That specific F8 BIOS was pulled by Gigabyte, so it's not really suggested that you use it. At least that was what he told me via PM's, I do also think he may not have wanted to use beta, so that could have been some of the reason as well, but that's just my thoughts on it - he said F8 worked best for him.

I highly suggest you use the F9d posted above, or a unmodified F9d if you do not want to use a modified BIOS. I
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nice modding Ed!

Thanks, twas nothing biggrin.gif Na, but seriously, it is really easy and only takes a minute or two.

If you ever need a mod just hit me up, you know the deal! thumb.gif
    
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UD9 - F6 is out.
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Don't know if anyone cares about these boards anymore because it seems everyone's onto Sandy Bridges, but hopefully someone can help me out.

After 2 years of running my 930, I just realized that I should be using speed step to save power. I always thought it was bad for an overclocked CPU to have to switch frequencies leading to possible instabilities.

Then I realized that vCore is fixed. I have mine set at 1.32v for a 4ghz stable OC. However, I noticed that its fixed at 1.32 even at lower clock speeds (when EIST kicks in). There's a dynamic vcore setting in BIOS. Anyone have any advice what to set that at? I've heard stories of Sandy Bridge owners using the "offset" feature to deal with BSODs during idle. This is probably because an OCed CPU will idle at higher speeds than stock, and the mobo might lower vcore thinking its a stock chip, and while your OC max voltage might be stable, the reduced voltage might not be stable and as a result your system crashes. Anyone play with this value?
post #3110 of 3836
IIRC, this only really works up to about 4.2GHz...after that I used fixed voltage and no speedstepping.

The settings I used are in the first two columns of this spreadsheet...
https://docs.google.com/a/overclocked.net/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ak7CLAMF3DXYdHJSQzdvZUJUX3EwaGZuX0J3OEpFcFE&authkey=CKz9sbIJ&authkey=CKz9sbIJ#gid=0
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