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LanParty NF4 BIOS - Cleaned up 704-2bt a little

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The issues with 702 were that it had issues from 123% and up on the cpu vcore. I have removed these values to make this bios safer. This bios is actaully based on the 706 build that you did not see from anyone else bar me.

 

Also this bios does NOT have the TRCD vdimm trick so you set 2-2-2 ay 2.6v and thats what you get.

 

Tony

 

Thanks Tony.

 

Seems to run fine so far.

 

Looks like the DRAM Drive Strength and DRAM Data Strength now have different options (vs. 623-3).

 

What are suggested settings for TCCD on a San Diego CPU?

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Will this bios work on BH5 modules like Geil One? Has any1 got these?

 

Also the OCZ 3500 GX ? What are these anyway cant find any info on the ICs not on Ram list either.

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Vcore 1.375 + 113% on 4600+ X2 processor. LDT 1.4V Chipset 1.7V. All memory 2.8volts. USING ORANGE SLOTS FOR ALL MEMORY!!! 200x10...

 

1. 2x512 Ocz GX Gamer Edition. Throw 2 sticks in and Running SPD, boot straight to windows to type this.

 

2. 2x512 Corsair TwinX1024 3200C2PRO w/LEDs. Throw 2 sticks in and Running SPD, boot straight to windows.

 

3. 2x512 Corsair TwinX1024 3200XL Throw 2 sticks in and Running SPD, boot straight to windows.

 

4. 2x512 Ocz PC5000 Throw 2 sticks in and Running SPD, boot straight to windows to type this.

 

5. 2x512 Centon Advance PC3200 Running at SPD, boot straight to windows to type this.

 

6. 2x512 PdP 400/533DDR Running at SPD, boot straight to windows and type this.

 

7. 2x512 Ocz VX4000 Running at SPD, boot straight to windows and type this.

 

8. 2x512 Corsair XMS Xpert PRO with 'huge' LEDs and in YELLOW slots to clear cpu HSF. Throw in 2 sticks and boot straight to windows to type this.

 

RGone...

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ok, well I don't know if this BIOS just doesn't like me or what..

 

I tried running

 

2.5-3-3-7-1T @ 2.8v at both 210MHz and 205MHz

 

Cpu Multi at 10x, LDT Multi at 4x, CPU Vid at 1.5v

 

and it bluescreened before getting into windows...even the flakey nf3 ultra-D wasn't screwing up on me at such a small incremental OC....

 

 

I know nothing of that erreta 123% option, so I don't even know what to do with that honestly....

 

quite confused as I can't see why it'd be giving me problems at 205Mhz.......all SATA ports are locked on this board correct? So that shouldn't be a problem =/

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Ok enough of the 2x512 in post above.

 

2x1gig Buffalo Tech 1gigMC sticks. One stick in Orange boot to bios F10 save and exit shutdown and off the power supply stick in second 1gig stick and boot to windows and type this after running all 512 sticks thru and moving to 1 gig sticks.

 

Already know the Ocz PC4000 sticks boot like a bandit with 4x1gigs.

 

Pretty slick little jsp bios. Many thanks thar mR. Big Toe.

 

RGone...

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any chance this will get added to bootable cdrom with the various BIOSES

 

I have no floppy and would like to give this a try

 

Winflash should do the trick?

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Winflash works just fine. tested 1.51, 1.74, and 1.76.

 

Tmod has also added it to his bootable NF4/NF2 Boot CD

1st thread in post not completely updated yet but the Boot CD is of course.

 

He has added the following bioses for the DFI NF4 LanParty (Not Infinity)

3/16

5/10-1FIX

5/10-2FIX

5/10-3FIX

6/23-1

6/23-2

6/23-3

and 7/04-2bta

some nice utilities as well

 

Can get it here http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=22031

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