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Thanks,  flashed to 1301 by usbflashback and now it works again, maybe ME was damaged or 1801 doesnt like my cpu or is simply bad like someone told me on fb^^ xd

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The 1801 bios was excellent for memory testing , some older kits that had issues with 9900K ( for example would do 4220+ 12 11 on 7700K or 8700K but would not boot anything more than 4080 on 9900K) worked as expected with 1801 bios and 9900K and 8700K. Maybe you can try to reflash and start from scratch.

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On ‎12‎/‎27‎/‎2018 at 2:54 AM, Radi said:

hello

7700k works on maximus x apex ? 

Can anyone confirm yes or no on this question?

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11 hours ago, Gunslinger said:

Can anyone confirm yes or no on this question?

It's not possible. There is no mod for Z170/Z270 chips inside Z370/Z390 boards (yet?) but there is a mod for the other way around. 

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Guys, am i getting this right that turbo v scenario is not solved yet with xp? cannot raise multipiler from OS. tried turbov 1.01.15, 1.02.02, 1.03.02 no luck. XTU should be work around?

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on Elmor's bios, no, turboV doesnt work for multiplier changes. I didn't try XTU

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Turbo V is working with a little issue, you cant raise Multi higher then set in Bios but you can move down and up again.

BCLK changes are working fine, also Volts

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nvm, i set multi to 75 and booted with slow mode, in OS applied the multi i wanted and turned off slow-mo. works fine like that.

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3 minutes ago, Achill3uS said:

nvm, i set multi to 75 and booted with slow mode, in OS applied the multi i wanted and turned off slow-mo. works fine like that.

That is my workaround aswell.

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2 hours ago, gkmltd said:

Where I can find XP.iso that works with Apex x?

Tnx

You have to create your own with nlite and add the z270 drivers according to the maximus viii series / skylake oc guide.

Or you can download one pre modded, i think Barbonenet has it available for download on his wordpress. 

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On 1/10/2019 at 9:29 PM, Alex@ro said:

The 1801 bios was excellent for memory testing , some older kits that had issues with 9900K ( for example would do 4220+ 12 11 on 7700K or 8700K but would not boot anything more than 4080 on 9900K) worked as expected with 1801 bios and 9900K and 8700K. Maybe you can try to reflash and start from scratch.

Any chance we can get this BIOS XP modded like 1704 was?

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2 hours ago, FireKillerGR said:

this  (M10A.cap) is the 0001 bios with XP (1704 style)

attached as well.

M10A.cap

ROG-MAXIMUS-X-APEX-ASUS-1801_mod3.cap

Is it practically the same Within M10A.CAP & 1801 Mod.CAP?

Or M10A.CAP = 0001 BIOS with XP. Which is high volt w/o LN2 mode & IGP support?
And 1801 Mod.CAP is = 1803 BIOS with XP Support?

Thanks.

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8 minutes ago, IvanCupa said:

Is it practically the same Within M10A.CAP & 1801 Mod.CAP?

Or M10A.CAP = 0001 BIOS with XP. Which is high volt w/o LN2 mode & IGP support?
And 1801 Mod.CAP is = 1803 BIOS with XP Support?

Thanks.

the 2 files are different.
 M10A.CAP = 0001 Bios posted some posts above with XP support.
2nd file is the original 1801 Websmile mentioned above with XP support.

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@FireKillerGR Hey I tried flashing the 2nd file , the 1801 for XP support on an M10A and doesn't work , it say not a valid BIOS. I renamed it .rom , .bin then again .cap and nothing. Am i doing something wrong ? Haven't tried the flashback method yet or that is exactly the one that works ? Thanks in advance for your answer. 

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19 minutes ago, err0r said:

@FireKillerGR Hey I tried flashing the 2nd file , the 1801 for XP support on an M10A and doesn't work , it say not a valid BIOS. I renamed it .rom , .bin then again .cap and nothing. Am i doing something wrong ? Haven't tried the flashback method yet or that is exactly the one that works ? Thanks in advance for your answer. 

Try with bios flashback. If you still have issues let me know

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Posted (edited)

it works perfectly. Thanks! FireKillerGR

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@GGI78 How did you flash it ? You had to rename it to something specific ? On M9A using the flashback method I had to rename it creative.rom . And can you pls post a link here if you are allowed for a XP that work on the M10A ?Thanks in advance for your answer.

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