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Pentium 20th CPU's o.c possible bios of B85 M/B

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  1. Ethnography

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    Hi Guys~

    Before, I find leaked bios of H97 mobo(MartinNixon0422's thread), and today I find B85 chipset m/b's bios.

    It can overclocking Pentium 20th anniversary CPU(I heard that it is possible to regulate multiple - 1 to 80).


    Here are dropbox link.
    I tried to upload this file but I failed. because that uploaded file is too large.

    Please click -> Download link


    If you have MSI B85M-E45 mother board, please check this bios.



    * Flashing guide:
    1. make a bootable (to DOS mode) flash drive
    2. put "afude238.exe" and BIOS file (example: E7816IMS.TK1) in the same folder
    3. boot to DOS
    4. key in command: afude238 E7817IMS.TK1
    5. when flashing process finish, shut down system and boot up again. (done)

    note: I don't have afude238.exe file, so if you want to change bios, you need to find it.
     
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    I have every B85, H81, H87 and H97 BIOS for Asus and MSI that allows OCing if anybody needs them.
     
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    Oh really?!! Good~~~

    How about you post new thread of them?
     
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    I'll email them on a PM basis, seems easier that way, and less likely for someone to come in with a banhammer when intel eventually outlaws it (which they will).
    Screw it.

    Unlocked BIOS's

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/7hew98jyygsmtqh/AADTuuxTQLBi4FEpB9Nxzkdza
     
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    Yes. Intel have possibility about that..
     
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    Dang, wish I had bought up the B85 gaming MSI board if I had known they had even unlocked those boards.
     
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    I don't think the B85-G43 Gaming BIOS is in there, and the board I received today is locked which I'm not too concerned with. I'm going to see how low I can undervolt the processor and use it to run video cards for Folding@Home most likely.
     
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    MSI released an official B85-G43 Gaming BIOS version C.6 - "Improved G3258 CPU compatibility" and it says to use the BIOS + ME update feature. Well guess what...

    4.2GHz/1.15v to start, not been able to stability test yet.

    [​IMG]
     
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    That B85 gaming supports only multiplier OCing right?

    And any idea if it allows overclocking the i5k and i7k chips?
     
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    Son of a *****, I should have bought a couple of those when they were on sale for a free Pentium Chip (100 bucks off). Man I could have built some really good budget client builds with these chips on a Hyper 212 overclocked.
     
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    No idea if my 4770K will OC in it or not, but yeah, multiplier overclocking only on core and ring, RAM is stuck at 1333 or 1400MHz max and I don't see any BCLK option. Looks like my chip is doing well at 4.4GHz 1.2v. 4.5GHz blue screens quite fast.
     
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    Hmm interesting that the RAM doesn't go higher. I have a H87-D3H with an i5-4440 which seems to be happy running RAM at anything from 800 to 1600MHz, but I have yet to try with a G3258. Annoyingly Gigabyte doesn't offer old BIOSes...

    Any chance you could give it a run with the i7?
     
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    What's the difference of your unlocked BIOS's from stock? Do they unlock OC for all CPUs?

    I have an H81I-Plus with G3258, on stock 2001 BIOS I can OC multipliers. Does your BIOS unlock something else? Thanks!
     
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    He's just keeping the BIOSes so when intel makes Asus and MSi remove them from their website we can still use them.
     
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    I give it a month before intel tells them to knock it off (again)
     
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    I actually compared the checksum of the H81I-Plus BIOS from Dropbox to the official 2001, which is different. Is it modded?
     
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    It will be difficult as my AIO water cooler is low on coolant and can't be primed unless I tilt my tower onto its back (Define XL R2 is huge and it's inside the computer area of my corner desk). I may consider trying later this week, may just install my TPC-812 air cooler for now until I can modify the AIO cooler with a fill port and drain/refill with distilled water and 10-25% automotive coolant for corrosion inhibition.
     
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    I don't have a H81I-Plus BIOS, that's probably why the checksum is different. You're comparing it to something else entirely.

    H81I-PLUS =/= H81-PLUS
    The difference being the "I"

    Last time it was barely after a few weeks. If it doesn't happen soon, I don't think it's going to happen at all.
     
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    Oh no... LOL I'm glad I did not try to flash that.
     
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    As am I :D
     
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    Someone did an interview with a guy from intel. He said they let the board partners do what they want... Let's see how long they keep to that.
     
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    "let" haha This is a great opportunity for some board manufacture to gain on the competition if they do it right.
     
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    I agree power to the vendors mirco-code Patching(thats all this is) to allow overclocking on b85,h81,ect FUCK YES

    locking overclocking to specific chipsets is the among the dumber things the industry has done
     

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