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    ROG Guru: Green Belt Array Dreamonic PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)ASUS GX800VH-XS79K
    MotherboardASUS GX800VHK (Intel CM238/IDA154) w/Custom BIOS
    ProcessorIntel Core i7-7820HK @ 4.8Ghz (+150mV) FCBGA 1440
    Memory (part number)64GB (PC4-22400) @ 18-18-18-38-53 (76.D305G.D060B)
    Graphics Card #1NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB (GP104) OC @ +200/+800 w/Custom VBIOS
    Graphics Card #2NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB (GP104) OC @ +200/+800 w/Custom VBIOS
    MonitorASUS PG348Q 34" 3440x1440 @ 100Hz w/G-SYNC (mDP-to-DP)
    Storage #13x Samsung 512GB NVMe SSD RAID0 (S316NY0HA00959)
    CPU CoolerASUS GX800VHK Water Cooling Dock
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gps3dx View Post
    Big thanks !
    1. Do you please mind upload the successfull modded BIOS based on 211 for the G751JT
    ( or a link to YOUR forum's specific thread with the file ? )

    2 . From your experience, What parameters can be changed that can really improve our G751JT ?
    ( beside CPU & GPU overclocking ( which I know is close to your heart, and for that I know to go to your own excellent forum ) )
    I mean... there are like 200 parameters in an fully unlocked bios by looking at AMIBCP.

    3. not long ago i've seen a thread about thunderbolt, in which I told the ppl there that modded bios might solve their problems.
    I wonder if you got external TB ssd and can test out these changes i've stated in that post.

    4. lastly, it is important for me to know how to use "crashfree"-like feature.... I mean - how to restore to orig bios if something somewrong... what should I rename the BIOS file, and whether to put it on root of C drive or external USB ?

    Hoping you've made a backup before flashing modified. Not that you can't just take one off the support page for your model on the ASUS site.

    I've mostly used the BIOS EasyFlash recovery procedure by just using a FAT32 formatted USB flash drive and using the .BIN extension of the same version of modified BIOS, but using the original of course. The filename is a hit and miss thing. I found it doesn't really matter other than for distinguishing it yourself. Like for example, with a G751JY model, you'd use G751JY.BIN - You can but it's not required.

    There has been times with the USB ports aren't recognized so some people throw in another HDD/SSD and put their original ROM or another one there and that usually works. You'd know it was working too, even with a black screen because of the way the activity light is dimly blinking and at what point in the process the EasyFlash procedure is at. It'll shutdown itself and that's how you'll know. DO NOT force a restart if you are using this procedure with a black screen because you could be restarting when it's flashing. I usually give a 2min buffer time before doing so in case it didn't load into the right boot device.

    With the system powered down, USB flash drive inserted with original BIOS in the .BIN extension and CTRL+HOME keys down. Then PRESS the power button and remain holding only the CTRL+HOME keys down until the EasyFlash recovery screen appears. After flashing is complete, it'll shutdown the system. First boot and you're back to working order again.


    EDIT: I've also used this procedure to go from 211 to 202 and any version really for my model (upgrade and downgrade).
    Last edited by Dreamonic; 02-19-2016 at 05:48 PM.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array antoine52200 PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)G751JT
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamonic View Post
    Hoping you've made a backup before flashing modified. Not that you can't just take one off the support page for your model on the ASUS site.

    I've mostly used the BIOS EasyFlash recovery procedure by just using a FAT32 formatted USB flash drive and using the .BIN extension of the same version of modified BIOS, but using the original of course. The filename is a hit and miss thing. I found it doesn't really matter other than for distinguishing it yourself. Like for example, with a G751JY model, you'd use G751JY.BIN - You can but it's not required.

    There has been times with the USB ports aren't recognized so some people throw in another HDD/SSD and put their original ROM or another one there and that usually works. You'd know it was working too, even with a black screen because of the way the activity light is dimly blinking and at what point in the process the EasyFlash procedure is at. It'll shutdown itself and that's how you'll know. DO NOT force a restart if you are using this procedure with a black screen because you could be restarting when it's flashing. I usually give a 2min buffer time before doing so in case it didn't load into the right boot device.

    With the system powered down, USB flash drive inserted with original BIOS in the .BIN extension and CTRL+HOME keys down. Then PRESS the power button and remain holding only the CTRL+HOME keys down until the EasyFlash recovery screen appears. After flashing is complete, it'll shutdown the system. First boot and you're back to working order again.
    Great tuto man! Really, Everything worked great on my g751JT..

    Can't wait to more stuff like this on your forum!

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    ROG Guru: Green Belt Array Dreamonic PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)ASUS GX800VH-XS79K
    MotherboardASUS GX800VHK (Intel CM238/IDA154) w/Custom BIOS
    ProcessorIntel Core i7-7820HK @ 4.8Ghz (+150mV) FCBGA 1440
    Memory (part number)64GB (PC4-22400) @ 18-18-18-38-53 (76.D305G.D060B)
    Graphics Card #1NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB (GP104) OC @ +200/+800 w/Custom VBIOS
    Graphics Card #2NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB (GP104) OC @ +200/+800 w/Custom VBIOS
    MonitorASUS PG348Q 34" 3440x1440 @ 100Hz w/G-SYNC (mDP-to-DP)
    Storage #13x Samsung 512GB NVMe SSD RAID0 (S316NY0HA00959)
    CPU CoolerASUS GX800VHK Water Cooling Dock
    CaseASUS GX800VHK Chassis
    Power SupplyASUS 2x 330W Power Adapter (AC 100~240V, 50/60Hz, 16.9A/19.5V)
    Keyboard ASUS ROG Claymore
    Mouse ASUS ROG Spatha
    Headset ASUS STRIX 7.1 Gaming Headset
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    OS Windows 10 Pro x64 / Arch Linux w/KDE Plasma
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    Thanks for the kind words!

    It's a long process making those guides because if I say too much in them, then the message can be lost and if I say too little, then the message isn't clear enough to proceed confidently. Plus, I feel the need to express the possibilities of failure and recovery solutions along the way. So I've probably proofread each guide at least several dozen times until I was satisfied enough to post them.


    More will be on the way!

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array antoine52200 PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)G751JT
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamonic View Post
    Thanks for the kind words!

    It's a long process making those guides because if I say too much in them, then the message can be lost and if I say too little, then the message isn't clear enough to proceed confidently. Plus, I feel the need to express the possibilities of failure and recovery solutions along the way. So I've probably proofread each guide at least several dozen times until I was satisfied enough to post them.


    More will be on the way!
    I managed just fine!

    This new forum is a great idea, we were missing this so much on the ASUS laptop community..

    Thanks for taking the time

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    thx for helping hand(eye)

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    Laptop (Model)GX501VI Zephyrus
    MotherboardROG RAMPAGE VI EXTREME
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    Memory (part number)64GB DDR4-4700MHz Trident Z RGB
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    Chipset tab mod

    Does it compatible with G752VY? The modding methods.

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    ROG Guru: Green Belt Array Dreamonic PC Specs
    Dreamonic PC Specs
    Laptop (Model)ASUS GX800VH-XS79K
    MotherboardASUS GX800VHK (Intel CM238/IDA154) w/Custom BIOS
    ProcessorIntel Core i7-7820HK @ 4.8Ghz (+150mV) FCBGA 1440
    Memory (part number)64GB (PC4-22400) @ 18-18-18-38-53 (76.D305G.D060B)
    Graphics Card #1NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB (GP104) OC @ +200/+800 w/Custom VBIOS
    Graphics Card #2NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB (GP104) OC @ +200/+800 w/Custom VBIOS
    MonitorASUS PG348Q 34" 3440x1440 @ 100Hz w/G-SYNC (mDP-to-DP)
    Storage #13x Samsung 512GB NVMe SSD RAID0 (S316NY0HA00959)
    CPU CoolerASUS GX800VHK Water Cooling Dock
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    Power SupplyASUS 2x 330W Power Adapter (AC 100~240V, 50/60Hz, 16.9A/19.5V)
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    It's similar in execution but the steps would be changed slightly. I'll be making a specific guide for those models too for unlocking it.

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    Great!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamonic View Post
    It's similar in execution but the steps would be changed slightly. I'll be making a specific guide for those models too for unlocking it.
    Thanks, will be waiting for it.

    Regarding the Vbios, any difference than the stock which is updated on asus website? Only unlock overclocking range right?

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    ROG Guru: Green Belt Array Dreamonic PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)ASUS GX800VH-XS79K
    MotherboardASUS GX800VHK (Intel CM238/IDA154) w/Custom BIOS
    ProcessorIntel Core i7-7820HK @ 4.8Ghz (+150mV) FCBGA 1440
    Memory (part number)64GB (PC4-22400) @ 18-18-18-38-53 (76.D305G.D060B)
    Graphics Card #1NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB (GP104) OC @ +200/+800 w/Custom VBIOS
    Graphics Card #2NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB (GP104) OC @ +200/+800 w/Custom VBIOS
    MonitorASUS PG348Q 34" 3440x1440 @ 100Hz w/G-SYNC (mDP-to-DP)
    Storage #13x Samsung 512GB NVMe SSD RAID0 (S316NY0HA00959)
    CPU CoolerASUS GX800VHK Water Cooling Dock
    CaseASUS GX800VHK Chassis
    Power SupplyASUS 2x 330W Power Adapter (AC 100~240V, 50/60Hz, 16.9A/19.5V)
    Keyboard ASUS ROG Claymore
    Mouse ASUS ROG Spatha
    Headset ASUS STRIX 7.1 Gaming Headset
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    PM sent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamonic View Post
    From:

    010100010101

    Change:

    010100010101

    Result:

    010101010101
    Any ideas how to unlock Chipset tab on Maximus VIII Hero (Z170)?
    Intel Core i7 6700K, ASUS Maximus VIII Hero, ASUS GTX 980 Strix, Kingston 2x8GB HX426C15FBK2/16, SanDisk Extreme Pro 240GB, Seagate 750GB, XFX Pro 750W, Windows 7 Ultimate

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