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[REQUEST] Gigabyte F2A68HM S1 Bios unlock.
#1
Hello! I would like to have the microcode, efi VBios, efi OROM, UEFI drivers, PXE lan ROM updated and that I would have overclocking abilities. (Supported by the chipset)
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UEFI BIOS LINK : http://download.gigabyte.eu/FileList/BIO...1.1_fd.zip
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NOTE! : THIS BOARD IS REV 1.1 NOT 1.0! THERE BIOS ARE DIFERENT!!

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#2
You should already have overclocking options at advanced freq settings page, and advanced CPU Core settings page.
Rest of what you asked about can be updated with UBU program - https://www.win-raid.com/t154f16-Tool-Gu...t-UBU.html
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(03-10-2019, 01:58 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: You should already have overclocking options at advanced freq settings page, and advanced CPU Core settings page.
Rest of what you asked about can be updated with UBU program - https://www.win-raid.com/t154f16-Tool-Gu...t-UBU.html
Its locked! Cant change anything even though my CPU is unlocked (X4 760K) oh and btw my motherboard is AMD

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Show me images of those BIOS pages. IS that CPU on the supported list, and you're using latest BIOS already?
Yes, I know your board is AMD? Big Grin I already opened the BIOS and looked, but knew this anyway from the model name Smile
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(03-10-2019, 02:11 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Show me images of those BIOS pages. IS that CPU on the supported list, and you're using latest BIOS already?
Yes, I know your board is AMD? Big Grin I already opened the BIOS and looked, but knew this anyway from the model name Smile
Yes the bios is the latest one (FD, the one in the post) and the CPU is in the supported hardware list on Gigabytes website.[Image: 1056b54efd4190d10114b7475735b681.jpg][Image: d470c141d2252bc78be98bb81b0f11f7.jpg][Image: 30b302db8b57cb0571497ce8fae8fcd8.jpg]

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(03-10-2019, 02:11 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Show me images of those BIOS pages. IS that CPU on the supported list, and you're using latest BIOS already?
Yes, I know your board is AMD? Big Grin I already opened the BIOS and looked, but knew this anyway from the model name Smile
This board is similar but the BIOS is diferent and the overclocking was also locked
https://youtu.be/YoXZ-M-EIHU

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#7
Overclocking is not locked, you have the settings right there. Change from Auto to manual/choice, do this with +/- or PG Up / PG Dn keys, or hit enter and make a choice from options given. You may need to enable/disable num-lock key for the +/- to work. Some of the auto you can directly key in a value too, like CPU multiplier, others use up/down or press enter to change values between presented options.

However, yes, after looking at BIOS again, and your images that I can now see your BIOS, I do see some missing items. Give me a second if you're reading this now, I'll mod BIOS for you and update CPU microcodes. On CPU multiplier help string, It says NON-K CPU's have locked multiplier, maybe that is normal for AMD?

* Edit - Updated following microcodes >> 630F01 + 610F01
Enabled following settings on Advanced Frequency Settings page >> Host Clock Value + Processor Graphics Clock
Flash using Qflash or from DOS with Efiflash
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fil...1789859500
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(03-10-2019, 11:08 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Overclocking is not locked, you have the settings right there. Change from Auto to manual/choice, do this with +/- or PG Up / PG Dn keys, or hit enter and make a choice from options given. You may need to enable/disable num-lock key for the +/- to work. Some of the auto you can directly key in a value too, like CPU multiplier, others use up/down or press enter to change values between presented options.

However, yes, after looking at BIOS again, and your images that I can now see your BIOS, I do see some missing items. Give me a second if you're reading this now, I'll mod BIOS for you and update CPU microcodes. On CPU multiplier help string, It says NON-K CPU's have locked multiplier, maybe that is normal for AMD?

* Edit - Updated following microcodes >> 630F01 + 610F01
Enabled following settings on Advanced Frequency Settings page >> Host Clock Value + Processor Graphics Clock
Flash using Qflash or from DOS with Efiflash
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fil...1789859500
Ok will try this BIOS! Thank you! And yes I tried it but they don't change from auto (They are stuck!). And in the video they were also all on auto but idk.

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(03-11-2019, 02:38 AM)pijussimke123 Wrote:
(03-10-2019, 11:08 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Overclocking is not locked, you have the settings right there. Change from Auto to manual/choice, do this with +/- or PG Up / PG Dn keys, or hit enter and make a choice from options given. You may need to enable/disable num-lock key for the +/- to work. Some of the auto you can directly key in a value too, like CPU multiplier, others use up/down or press enter to change values between presented options.

However, yes, after looking at BIOS again, and your images that I can now see your BIOS, I do see some missing items. Give me a second if you're reading this now, I'll mod BIOS for you and update CPU microcodes. On CPU multiplier help string, It says NON-K CPU's have locked multiplier, maybe that is normal for AMD?

* Edit - Updated following microcodes >> 630F01 + 610F01
Enabled following settings on Advanced Frequency Settings page >> Host Clock Value + Processor Graphics Clock
Flash using Qflash or from DOS with Efiflash
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fil...1789859500
Ok will try this BIOS! Thank you! And yes I tried it but they don't change from auto (They are stuck!). And in the video they were also all on auto but idk.

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Huh, my bad (idiot) for some reason it only works on my other keyboard. This one is PS2 and I just tried with USB and it worked! I can't thank you enough!!!!!

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(03-10-2019, 11:08 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Overclocking is not locked, you have the settings right there. Change from Auto to manual/choice, do this with +/- or PG Up / PG Dn keys, or hit enter and make a choice from options given. You may need to enable/disable num-lock key for the +/- to work. Some of the auto you can directly key in a value too, like CPU multiplier, others use up/down or press enter to change values between presented options.

However, yes, after looking at BIOS again, and your images that I can now see your BIOS, I do see some missing items. Give me a second if you're reading this now, I'll mod BIOS for you and update CPU microcodes. On CPU multiplier help string, It says NON-K CPU's have locked multiplier, maybe that is normal for AMD?

* Edit - Updated following microcodes >> 630F01 + 610F01
Enabled following settings on Advanced Frequency Settings page >> Host Clock Value + Processor Graphics Clock
Flash using Qflash or from DOS with Efiflash
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fil...1789859500
Just tried this and it works! Thank you soo much!!

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