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  1. #16
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    Re: Abit NF7-S Bios & Romsip Mod by -=Merlin=-

    All I can say merlin is great bios. This is the only one so far which has limited my fsb by my ram instead of my mobo. I can't wait for a cpc off version. Currently running 235 stable

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    Re: Abit NF7-S Bios & Romsip Mod by -=Merlin=-

    I've been running on Merlins D26 TP CPC-Off for months on end 24/7 non-stop, prime stable @240FSB, XP1700+ @ 2.28Ghz=XP3200+ !!

    I'm sure he can better that
    1st PC:
    XP1700+ @ 2.2Ghz (9.5x 230FSB 1.65V), Abit NF7-S2 Bios D26-Merlin's CPCoff, MDT 3x 512MB DDR400 @ DDR460, 2x 160GB Samsung, Toshiba1712, LG GSA 4163B, LiteOn52246S, Sparkle 6800GT @ Ultra, Enermax 431Watt

    2nd:
    XP2400+ Sempron @ 2Ghz, Asrock K7VT4A+, 1024MB DDR400, 120GB Samsung, Ricoh DVD+RW, Geforce 4200Ti 128MB @ 300/600, NT 350Watt

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    Re: Abit NF7-S Bios & Romsip Mod by -=Merlin=-

    Is this bios good for the NFS-S2???
    Venice 3200+@2.6Ghz (10x260)|2x512 TCC5 1:1@2.85v|DFI Lanparty Ultra D NF4|Thermalright XP120 + Vantec Thermoflow|Seventeam 420BKV|2x Samsung Sata 80GB Raid 0| Sapphire X700 Pro|

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    Re: Abit NF7-S Bios & Romsip Mod by -=Merlin=-

    no this bios is only for the NF7 / NF7-S Rev 2.0 mainboards

    Peav

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    Re: Abit NF7-S Bios & Romsip Mod by -=Merlin=-

    cpc off pls merlin

    thx!
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    Re: Abit NF7-S Bios & Romsip Mod by -=Merlin=-

    Quote Originally Posted by pershoot
    cpc off pls merlin

    thx!

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    Re: Abit NF7-S Bios & Romsip Mod by -=Merlin=-

    Quote Originally Posted by pershoot
    cpc off pls merlin

    thx!
    this evening pershoot

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    Smile Re: Abit NF7-S Bios & Romsip Mod by -=Merlin=-

    Merlin


    you are a god, if i had belief in Jebus he would have been tossed off his thrown and given to you.

    GREAT WORK
    Last edited by fuzzy_greek; 12-15-2004 at 12:29 PM.

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    Re: Abit NF7-S Bios & Romsip Mod by -=Merlin=-

    Quote Originally Posted by by -=Merlin=-
    this evening pershoot
    Any chance of it soon?
    1st PC:
    XP1700+ @ 2.2Ghz (9.5x 230FSB 1.65V), Abit NF7-S2 Bios D26-Merlin's CPCoff, MDT 3x 512MB DDR400 @ DDR460, 2x 160GB Samsung, Toshiba1712, LG GSA 4163B, LiteOn52246S, Sparkle 6800GT @ Ultra, Enermax 431Watt

    2nd:
    XP2400+ Sempron @ 2Ghz, Asrock K7VT4A+, 1024MB DDR400, 120GB Samsung, Ricoh DVD+RW, Geforce 4200Ti 128MB @ 300/600, NT 350Watt

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    Re: Abit NF7-S Bios & Romsip Mod by -=Merlin=-

    erm... ive just put this bios on a freinds nf7-sv2 cos ive just upgraded to a 939 setup

    i gave him my xp-m2600 (replaced his 2500 non mobile) and he's just using 512mb of crucial standard ram (single sided) in slot 3

    my board would never do over 230 bus no matter what i threw at it even water cooling vmodding and all the other trimmings made no difference ( i was running ocz plat rev2 tccd chips too) i never got to try this bios...

    anyways, i have just finished testing my freinds new setup and i was astonished!! something i thought was not achievable on these boards, this is his setup:

    350w standard psu
    ati non pro 9800
    2 ata 100 hdd
    my xp-m2600
    my thermalright slk700 with satandard amd temp controlled fan i pulled off the stock h/s that came with my A64 winchester(70mm 3100-3900rpm)

    200x13.5=2700 - 11.3.3.2.5 (1.85, 2.9, 1.7, 1.6) fully stable! 56 degrees (i could only get 2600 on my nf7sv2)

    thought ahh ill stick it straight at 230 as thats the average for most boards, same voltages used with a 9 multi for now..

    Fully stable again! upped multi to 10.5 = still stable.. and only 44 degrees (after benching)thought hmmmmmmmm...

    lowered timings to 11-4-4-3 so i could go for the max fsb... multi at 9 and voltages still the same..OK no messing around now, just try to kill it so i went straight for 250mhz!

    ran the same tests in windows and again it was stable, thought bloomin heck!

    tested 260 = still stable
    tested 270 and it didnt boot,
    tested 265 booted and stable!
    tested 266 still stable,..up to 269 and it ran into an error after 3 hours 48minutes in sp2004

    so last night i backed it down to 266 and set it off and 22 hrs and 14 minutes later i get home from work to show my m8 and its still going, and only @51deg.
    it was finnally left at this, and my m8 is now happily at home with it playing his HL2.. lucky sod!

    i did try the 9.5 and 10 multi's and both booted into windows, stressing @9.5 set off the alarm (60deg! within 1 minute, so it went off for a bit), came back to try the 10 multi and again it booted but the alarm was going off as windows finished to boot..

    i have no doubt that this would be better with some better equipment and cooling!

    now thats INSANE!
    STANDARD CRUCIAL 3200 memory
    crap psu
    no vdimm or any other modd

    the board was only ever run at stock 2500 (non mobile speeds so 166 bus etc), my m8 doesnt overclock so it was never tested with any other bios or overclocking settings till i got my hands on it. it had the original abit bios it was shipped with (D19) purple dimms but a metal lever on cpu socket (ive had 2 nf7sv2's black dimms and purple ones but both had a plastic lever...) so anyway i just thought id help out a m8 by giving him my old bits and now hes got a SUPER machine!

    this bios really went well! THANKS ALOT MERLIN!! you'e done it again!

    i really wanted to keep it for myself to be honnest.. im running my 939 nf3ultra@275*9 10.3.3.2.5 1T HTx3 (plat rev 2 2x512mb 128bit duall channel) winchester 3000+ (37deg xp-120) at the moment and that cost me alot of bucks!


    THANKS AGAIN DUDE!

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    Re: Abit NF7-S Bios & Romsip Mod by -=Merlin=-

    What is original.bin and romsip[eb][ed] for in the zip file? Those two extra files other than NF7D_27.BIN??

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    Re: Abit NF7-S Bios & Romsip Mod by -=Merlin=-

    What sata version is this bios using? I just updated to Merlin's d26 taipan which someone put the sata 4250 bios in it...

    So I'd like to stay w/ that bios.....Does anyone know?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Abit NF7-S Bios & Romsip Mod by -=Merlin=-

    I love you merlin !!!!!

    couldnt ever post my mobile at 2.6 ghz ..

    usually ran 2.4 -2.5 @ 1.95 volts

    now running 2.6 @ 1.85




    ps.. thanks for the 1ghz i appreciate it greatly !!
    Last edited by xtreme barton; 12-16-2004 at 04:43 AM.

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    Re: Abit NF7-S Bios & Romsip Mod by -=Merlin=-

    Quote Originally Posted by xtreme barton
    I love you merlin !!!!!

    couldnt ever post my mobile at 2.6 ghz ..

    usually ran 2.4 -2.5 @ 1.95 volts

    now running 2.6 @ 1.85




    ps.. thanks for the 1ghz i appreciate it greatly !!
    thanks for feedback !!!

    by -=Merlin=-

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    Re: Abit NF7-S Bios & Romsip Mod by -=Merlin=-

    when u get the chance merlin.. dont forget about cpc off
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