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GA-M61PME-S2
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Motherboard: 
GA-M61PME-S2 (Not to be confused with GA-M61PME-S2P)

Bios version I wanted modded: 
F5B

Basically, I just want to change the CPU voltage so I can do an overclock. 

F5B Bios (Direct Link)
Motherboard Details


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(04-17-2018, 11:39 PM)zippingorc31 Wrote:
(04-16-2018, 05:58 PM)RustInDirt Wrote: Motherboard: 
GA-M61PME-S2 (Not to be confused with GA-M61PME-S2P)

Bios version I wanted modded: 
F5B

Basically, I just want to change the CPU voltage so I can do an overclock. 

F5B Bios (Direct Link)
Motherboard Details
can you please check what your flash rom chip size is and etc its very hard to modify an award bios menu as its the main module of the rom file which defines size of rom along with awardext.rom etc but if you have a 1mb chip on board i can probably supply you with what would be the closest match of an ami system for the same chipset and you can attempt to flash through uniflash the bios being soldered on etc i wouldnt honestly attempt unless you can get that bios on and off the board somehow if im wrong please correct me but yeah i just modded board of same chipset exactly and same modems but it fortunately had 1/8mb bios if yours is 1/4 mb like i am expecting whats there is the best you can get award shut down bought by phoenix they shut down bought by hp ami kind of dominates now alot of the programmers want a fee that do know the source code doing it yourself is terribly terribly time consuming and boring .... but yeah if you check the size of onboard flash rom chip ill be happy to try a mod or two and ill take a look in my tools to see if anything will work for this one right now
these bios are the exact same size for the exact same chipset but the 662 and the abit should have voltage control id try to flash both clear cmos boot if any problem try to flash other one if it doesnt work SOL for a menu mod cpu mod would be easier though


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(04-17-2018, 11:54 PM)zippingorc31 Wrote:
(04-17-2018, 11:39 PM)zippingorc31 Wrote:
(04-16-2018, 05:58 PM)RustInDirt Wrote: Motherboard: 
GA-M61PME-S2 (Not to be confused with GA-M61PME-S2P)

Bios version I wanted modded: 
F5B

Basically, I just want to change the CPU voltage so I can do an overclock. 

F5B Bios (Direct Link)
Motherboard Details
can you please check what your flash rom chip size is and etc its very hard to modify an award bios menu as its the main module of the rom file which defines size of rom along with awardext.rom etc but if you have a 1mb chip on board i can probably supply you with what would be the closest match of an ami system for the same chipset and you can attempt to flash through uniflash the bios being soldered on etc i wouldnt honestly attempt unless you can get that bios on and off the board somehow if im wrong please correct me but yeah i just modded board of same chipset exactly and same modems but it fortunately had 1/8mb bios if yours is 1/4 mb like i am expecting whats there is the best you can get award shut down bought by phoenix they shut down bought by hp ami kind of dominates now alot of the programmers want a fee that do know the source code doing it yourself is terribly terribly time consuming and boring .... but yeah if you check the size of onboard flash rom chip ill be happy to try a mod or two and ill take a look in my tools to see if anything will work for this one right now
these bios are the exact same size for the exact same chipset but the 662 and the abit should have voltage control id try to flash both clear cmos boot if any problem try to flash other one if it doesnt work SOL for a menu mod cpu mod would be easier though
i think i may have spoke a bit too soon on your motherboard honestly hahah what cpu are u trying to get voltage settings with ???
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