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post #3681 of 4627 (permalink) Old 07-06-2019, 02:21 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post
You have a Master motherboard and did you type /x after the command?
Hehe, yes to both my man.

I definitely have an Aorus Master, and I've typed the /x switch three times or so now just to be sure.

*Edit*

Quote: Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post
You have a Master motherboard and did you type /x after the command?

Edit: Which BIOS did you try?
I was flashing your F9B mod from BIOS F8 Regular.

*Edit 2*

I flashed Original F9 and then 1.F9B and it flashed just fine. Not sure why the other UEFI/BIOS file didn't work coming from F8. The one with the BIOS Password mod.

Perhaps that file would work now. I'm not sure as I am fine where I am.

Unlesssssss you want me to guinea pig it for you. Maybe just to see if it's a "Coming from F8 only issue". Hehe, I don't mind trying. I appreciate your work bro.


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I went ahead and loaded win update 1903 and updated bios to f10.

My 5ghz 1.31v 3800mhz cl 17 no offsets profile is still stable. I ran x264 overnight. Max temp 76c seems slighty lower but that could be due to other varibles.

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Quote: Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post
Hehe, yes to both my man.

I definitely have an Aorus Master, and I've typed the /x switch three times or so now just to be sure.

*Edit*

I was flashing your F9B mod from BIOS F8 Regular.

*Edit 2*

I flashed Original F9 and then 1.F9B and it flashed just fine. Not sure why the other UEFI/BIOS file didn't work coming from F8. The one with the BIOS Password mod.

Perhaps that file would work now. I'm not sure as I am fine where I am.



Unlesssssss you want me to guinea pig it for you. Maybe just to see if it's a "Coming from F8 only issue". Hehe, I don't mind trying. I appreciate your work bro.
Fixed!

Boot into BIOS. Hit F7 to load BIOS defaults, F10 to save and reboot. As it reboots, hit F12 and boot from the USB NOT UEFI.

When it boots into DOS, type
Code:
Code:
efiflash 1.F9b /x \NoOemID
or
Code:
Code:
efiflash 1.F9 /x
To flash back from password reset F9b to any other BIOS example F9.
Code:
Code:
efiflash 1.F9 /x \NoOemID
Profit!!
Attached Files
File Type: zip 1.zip (7.89 MB, 10 views)
File Type: zip F9b.zip (7.88 MB, 9 views)

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Quote: Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post
Fixed!

Boot into BIOS. Hit F7 to load BIOS defaults, F10 to save and reboot. As it reboots, hit F12 and boot from the USB NOT UEFI.

When it boots into DOS, type
Code:
Code:
efiflash mod_Z390AORUSMASTERGK.F9b /c /x \NoOemID
or
Code:
Code:
efiflash mod_Z390AOMA.F9 /x
To flash back from password reset F9b to any other BIOS example F9.
Code:
Code:
efiflash mod_Z390AOMA.F9 /c /x \NoOemID
Profit!!
You sir went above and beyond, you didn't have to track down the non mentioned switches for EFIFLASH.

Thanks brother. I appreciate that, and I mean it.

I keep forgetting you are a Canadian dude. We should hang out sometime and Geek OUT bro. I am going to be delidding and direct die'ing my 9900k soon. You're welcome to use my delid tool if you wanted.

You're the only other Canadian on here that's as big of a geek as I am, at least to my knowledge.


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You sir went above and beyond, you didn't have to track down the non mentioned switches for EFIFLASH.

Thanks brother. I appreciate that, and I mean it.

I keep forgetting you are a Canadian dude. We should hang out sometime and Geek OUT bro. I am going to be delidding and direct die'ing my 9900k soon. You're welcome to use my delid tool if you wanted.

You're the only other Canadian on here that's as big of a geek as I am, at least to my knowledge.
I have a delid tool myself but my 9900k temps are decent and I'm kinda hesitant delidding a soldered heatsink and messing with it.

Edit: Just so you know I saw somewhere there is a decent solvent for safely removing the solder after delidding a 9900k, much easier than sanding, not sure where I saw it exactly though.

https://rockitcool.myshopify.com/pag...m-9th-gen-cpus

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I have a delid tool myself but my 9900k temps are decent and I'm kinda hesitant delidding a soldered heatsink and messing with it.

Edit: Just so you know I saw somewhere there is a decent solvent for safely removing the solder after delidding a 9900k, much easier than sanding, not sure where I saw it exactly though.

https://rockitcool.myshopify.com/pag...m-9th-gen-cpus

https://rockitcool.myshopify.com/col...e-kit-complete
I have some of that stuff, but what exactly is it, anyway?
They said "it's not liquid metal for CPU application", but it is SOME sort of liquid metal.
Liquid metal (galinstan) can be used as a CPU solder removal tool also, although it takes awhile.
It's definitely *NOT* quicksilver, as Quicksilver is Mercury (a very toxic compound).
It's also more watery than galinstan.
Anyone have any idea what it is?

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Quote: Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post
I have a delid tool myself but my 9900k temps are decent and I'm kinda hesitant delidding a soldered heatsink and messing with it.

Edit: Just so you know I saw somewhere there is a decent solvent for safely removing the solder after delidding a 9900k, much easier than sanding, not sure where I saw it exactly though.

https://rockitcool.myshopify.com/pag...m-9th-gen-cpus

https://rockitcool.myshopify.com/col...e-kit-complete
You don't have to be hesitant about it brother.

I fully understand when you hear "Soldered IHS" and "Delidding" you think it not worth the hassle.

To put it bluntly, Intel's Indium STIM is garbage. Liquid Metal still performs MUCH better. You're not looking at 20c drops from delidding, more like 5c.... However Delid and Direct Die like I am doing. Easily a 15c difference. In your position.... since you have a delid tool already, it would be a no brainer for me. All you need to get is the Direct Die Mount. Your CPU is close to mine voltage wise, I am quite sure 5.3ghz will be attainable. 5.4ghz for benching.

Think about it man, I fully suggest it. Intel's Indium STIM is not "real" solder. You don't even need to heat your IHS to get it off for one, and you can also scrape it off completely with a plastic razor. It's barely even solder IMO.

I'm putting my 9900k on a Maximus XI Extreme I was given, there are a couple of bent pins and I have been successful in repairing pins on other boards so far every time, IIRC. That's the real reason why I am doing it, I am just thinking best board + this CPU and Direct Die will yield the best result I'm going to see on my 9900k. The Aorus Master will still clock it just as high, if not higher with the better VRM's. I would still do it if I were you.

I remember a solvent too, also not sure what it is. I'll refresh before the delid, I still haven't done it.

*Edit*

I just realized... you said "A delidding tool". You cannot use a delidding tool that would delid an 8700k or older 1151/1150 CPU.

Has to be a 9900k Delidder.

You can verify this yourself, the information is available for everyone to see. I only realized this when I went to buy a tool, who knows... might even be false. However personally, I'd rather be safe.

So, unless you bought a 9900k delidder like I have, and left it lying there.... You shouldn't attempt to delid that CPU.

Anyway, the previous offer is still on the table.

Quote: Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
I have some of that stuff, but what exactly is it, anyway?
They said "it's not liquid metal for CPU application", but it is SOME sort of liquid metal.
Liquid metal (galinstan) can be used as a CPU solder removal tool also, although it takes awhile.
It's definitely *NOT* quicksilver, as Quicksilver is Mercury (a very toxic compound).
It's also more watery than galinstan.
Anyone have any idea what it is?
I guess we should start looking.... I will need it very soon. Immediately, even.

Alright boys, fan out, report back?



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Quote: Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post
Fixed!

Boot into BIOS. Hit F7 to load BIOS defaults, F10 to save and reboot. As it reboots, hit F12 and boot from the USB NOT UEFI.

When it boots into DOS, type
Code:
Code:
efiflash mod_Z390AORUSMASTERGK.F9b /c /x \NoOemID
or
Code:
Code:
efiflash mod_Z390AOMA.F9 /x
To flash back from password reset F9b to any other BIOS example F9.
Code:
Code:
efiflash mod_Z390AOMA.F9 /c /x \NoOemID
Profit!!
What is the advantage of the modded bios? More recent CPU microcode and ethernet? Is the 1.zip the F9C version?

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Appreciate the advice, it doesn't work though. I get an "!!OEMID Mismatch!!" when I try to flash it.

It's 5am here. I'll try again when I wake up. I don't think I am doing anything incorrectly however, this isn't my first ballgame and I am typing the string out exactly.

Does this work correctly for anyone else? I am flashing from F8 regular non-modded, maybe that is the issue?
The /c switch causes issues, below is correct though.

Boot into BIOS. Hit F7 to load BIOS defaults, F10 to save and reboot. As it reboots, hit F12 and boot from the USB NOT UEFI.

When it boots into DOS, type
Code:
Code:
efiflash 1.F9b /x \NoOemID
or
Code:
Code:
efiflash 1.F9 /x
To flash back from password reset F9b to any other BIOS example F9.
Code:
Code:
efiflash 1.F9 /x \NoOemID
Profit!!
Attached Files
File Type: zip 1.zip (7.89 MB, 7 views)
File Type: zip F9b.zip (7.88 MB, 5 views)

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What is the advantage of the modded bios? More recent CPU microcode and ethernet? Is the 1.zip the F9C version?
Latest microcode, RST and Intel Ethernet firmware.

The 1.zip is the latest F9 BIOS from the Gigabyte site. F9c and F9b are older.

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