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Dell Precision T7610 Hardware Whitelist bypass or CPU support added
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Hey everyone, I am new here and am a hardware junkie. I can tweak and modify a lot of things but this is new grounds for me. (Apologizing in advance if I have Posted this in the wrong section)

Goal: Bypass or add CPU support for a 4930k Processor on a Dell Precision T7610 Workstation Desktop. 

Facts: 
-It is using the C602 Chipset from Intel, it does support the 4930k CPU, but the system won't boot as it isn't a whitelisted/supported processor due to the configuration of the BIOS from Dell. 
- Current BIOS Rev is A17 (Dated 07/09/2018)
-Motherboard Model is 0NK70N the C602 Chipset shows up as X79 on CPUz (Rev. 06)
-LPCIO: SMSC
- It is a dual socket X79/C602 Motherboard, I am limited to DDR3 ECC R-Dimm's and I am fine with that. 

Current CPU is a 1620 v2 4 Core/8 Thread @ 3.7 Ghz

If any information on bypassing, modding or tricks with the hardware would all be greatly appreciated! 

Thanks!
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Post screenshots of first (CPU) & third (Mainboard) tabs of CPU-Z with supported CPU.
Explain exactly what happens when you try to boot with your i7-4930K.
BTW: i7-4930K doesn't support memory with ECC.
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