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Old 05-30-2008, 07:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Bios Flash to different model board.

so i know you can flash the maximus bios to rampage bios (i think its those two) is there a way to do that with any board? I have a really crappy ASUS board that i want to get better OC settings on. can i do that? lol. here's the info on it.

Asus P965 P5B-SE
- Support Intel® next generation 45nm Multi-core CPU
- Intel LGA775 Platform
- Intel® P965 chipset

dunno if any of it if necessary, but just wondering if i can flash it fore more/better OC options. thanks.

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Default Re: Bios Flash to different model board.

I've done it w/ my Abit board. Flashed to XE bios w/ fsb 1600 and ddr2 1066 support. Go read the Asus boards.
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