#1 [OFFER] 21 Modified BIOS for all Asus motherboards with Z68 and P67 (NVME, updated microcodes) by SKyRo 25.03.2020 04:25


Accordingly, there is no need to flash the ME region.
You do not have a bios bug.
And you just want to flash the BIOS with NVME and updated processor microcodes.

Throughout the 6th series, asus in EZ Flash has no write protection for modified .rom
You can simply flash these modified BIOS directly from EZ Flash, like the original

But if the items for overclocking settings are missing or half of the RAM is not used, then ME region flashing with FTK will help you. (Click)

I will repeat what CodeRush has already said:

You make anything described below on your own risk, there is no perfect bug-free software and flashing the BIOS is dangerous. Be prepared and don't blame me, if anything goes wrong.
In addition: using this flashing methods and modifying your motherboard data is not supported by ASUS in any way and it could void your warranty, if spotted.
Please use normal ASUS solutions like EZ Flash or USB BIOS Flashback for performing updates of fully-functional BIOS.

Also, forgive me for my English, I partially use Google Translator, but I check the reverse translation.

"nvme" - "NvmExpressDxe_4" module (bigger sized, but completely optimized for the purpose of this thread)
"nvmesmall" - "NvmExpressDxe_Small" module (much smaller sized, but with full functionality)
"mod_" - microcode updated, if not, then they did not fit :с

Both sorts of NVMe modules have been compiled and optimized by our Forum member Ethaniel on the basis of the currently latest source code UDK2018, which had been built by the EDK2/Clover Team for rather different purposes regarding the NVMe usage.
The file named "NvmExpress_Small.ffs" contains just the required code to support booting off an NVMe SSD and should be taken, if there is not enough space available within the BIOS (resp. its DXE Driver Volume) for the insertion of the bigger sized "NvmExpressDxe_4" module.
Both NVMe modules have been successfully tested.

And if your board is not in the list, then even a small one did not fit into it ...


Modified BIOSes:

1. Maximus IV Extreme Z
2. Maximus IV Gene Z (Gen 3)
3. Maximus IV Gene Z
4. P8Z68 Deluxe (Gen 3)
5. P8Z68 Deluxe
6. P8Z68-V Pro (Gen 3)
7. P8Z68-V Pro
8. P8Z68-V (Gen 3)
9. P8Z68-V
10. P8Z68-V LX
11. P8Z68-V LE
12. P8Z68-M Pro

1. Maximus IV Extreme
2. Sabertooth P67
3. P8P67 Deluxe
4. P8P67 Pro (Rev 3.1)
5. P8P67 Pro
6. P8P67 (Rev 3.1)
7. P8P67
8. P8P67 LX
9. P8P67-M Pro

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