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Hi

did you succefully done it with the 8700k ? Thanks

 

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On Wed Jun 13 2018 at 3:04 AM, rm3113 said:

Hi

did you succefully done it with the 8700k ? Thanks

 

not yet. because I dont have 8700k

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On 6/17/2018 at 11:30 AM, masben said:

not yet. because I dont have 8700k

thx

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is there any possibility to integrate the microcode to an XP supported M8I bios for SPI madness? :)

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8700k not working for me.  I know I did the CPU pad mod correctly since it works in M9A with modded bios.  Not sure if it needs the other two pads isolated (not that I have anything small enough for that).

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13 hours ago, sabishiihito said:

8700k not working for me.  I know I did the CPU pad mod correctly since it works in M9A with modded bios.  Not sure if it needs the other two pads isolated (not that I have anything small enough for that).

U need to isolate the two pads too if u don't do that u will get error 18 in the debug

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On ‎6‎/‎19‎/‎2018 at 9:57 PM, Achill3uS said:

is there any possibility to integrate the microcode to an XP supported M8I bios for SPI madness? :)

Bro, have you try XP with 8i ?  I'm seraching to use 8350K for 2d bench  and older vga ;)

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nope, i was not able to find an M8I locally so decided to buy an Apex IX and an MOCF instead. but theoretically for the 8350K you dont have to solder anything just put microcode into xp supported bios and go. good luck bro!

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I have M8I that work with 8350K on XP without any problem

Just flash the bios and u r good to go

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Hey guys!

I bought a Maximus VIII Gene not long ago. It has a very-very strange issue! BCLK set in bios vs actual in win and any other OS has a 1.25x divider! Leaving it auto, or setting it 100 results in a BCLK of 80 in windows, for 100BCLK I need to set 125BCLK in bios. Tried both a skylake i3 and a kaby i7, 0018 and latest bios, both update from within bios and USB flashback. Anybody has any idea if this an IC freaking out, or some MEI bug, or a faulty mobo sample? I am sure it is the bios listing it wrong, because I set 125BCLK for a kaby bios (no skylake BCLK OC beyond Intel limited 102.9) and my i3-6320 booted fine and showed 100.0 in Windows.

Thanks in advance,

David

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