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Gigabyte GA-Q35M-S2 F7A
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Gigabyte GA-Q35M-S2 F7A Bios

All Hidden Features Unlocked !!

Enjoy!

http://rapidshare.com/files/225805482/Gi...S2_F7A.bin

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#2
can you re upload this bios please
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#3
Couldnt actually find F7A on gigabytes site but heres F7

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/747181/Gigabyte%...34s282.zip

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#4
thank you!!!
whats the difference between f7 and f7A?
i reflashed the bios with this F7 and push crtl f1 in bios menu but still can't access the hidden options ... it is in faded colours with a X beside it .. how do i access the over clock options?
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#5
Oh im not sure , try Ctrl Home or Ctrl F9

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(05-29-2010, 08:48 PM)1234s282 Wrote: Oh im not sure , try Ctrl Home or Ctrl F9

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Hi,
not working. This bios have not option to change FSB :/
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#7
I'll re analyze this mod a.s.a.p.

TheWiz
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#8
hi,
can you reload f7a?
thx
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#9
(08-07-2017, 08:16 AM)helltrager Wrote: hi,
can you reload f7a?
thx

Can anyone re-upload the bios file in question please?

I hope anyone still has a copy, I could really use it. That darn mobo should have the proper OC options which is why I originally recommended a friend to buy the board and I used it to OC an E2180, well recently that board and cpu came back to me as in here you can have this maybe you it can still be useful somehow. But to my frustration apparently the original bios that I used for the overclock has been "updated" in the meantime and now I'm stuck with a 2000MHz cpu that can easily do 3000MHz.
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#10
That BIOS from post #3 is located here - https://www.bios-mods.com/BIOS/index.php...igabyte%2F
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