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Régler Vcore sur MSI X58 Pro

Salut à tous. :hello:

Tout est dans le titre. Je n’arrive pas à régler manuellement le Vcore dans le BIOS de ma carte mère.
Cette option est grisée, et je n’arrive pas à y pénétrer pour modifier manuellement les valeurs.
Lorsque j’augmente le BLCK pour overclocker le CPU, le Vcore augmente automatiquement. C’est pratique pour débuter mais lorsque l’on veut attiendre des hautes fréquences, il vaut mieux passer en manuel car en mode automatique la tension augmente trop vite je trouve.
Dernier détail qui a peut-être son importance : je ne dispose pas du dernier BIOS de ma carte mère. Je n’arrive pas à flasher celui-ci avec l’utilitaire fourni dans le BIOS. ( M-Flash )
Si quelqu’un pourrait m’aider, ça serait vraiment super ! :slight_smile:

Merci.

tu pouvoir passer tes reglages en manuel ce qui te permettras de pouvoir changer ton vcore :jap:

prend nous des creen si jamais c’est pas sa je ne connais pas les bios msi

Le problème c’est que j’ai rien pour prendre des photos…
Laisses-moi un peu de temps que je recopie ici toutes les options du BIOS.

Tous les paramètres pour régler les tensions et fréquences sont dans “Cell Menu”
Voici les options :


CPU Specifications
Intel EIST
Intel C-State tech
Base Clock
Intel Turbo Boost Tech
Adjust CPU ratio
QPI Configuration


Memory-Z
Advance DRAM Configuration
Extreme Memory Profile
Memory Ratio
Adjust DRAM Frequency
Uncore Ratio
Adjusted Uncore Frequency


ClockGen Tuner
Adjust PCI Frequency
Adjust PCI-E Frequency
Auto-Disable DRAM/ PCI Frequency


CPU Voltage (V)
CPU Vcore ( Grisé et inaccessible manuellement )
CPU PLL Voltage (V)
DRAM Voltage (V)
DDR_VREF_CA_A (V)
DDR_VREF_CA_B (V)
DDR_VREF_CA_C (V)
DDR_VREF_DQ_A (V)
DDR_VREF_DQ_B (V)
DDR_VREF_DQ_C (V)
NB Voltage (V)
ICH Voltage (V)


Spread Spectrum

Spread Spectrum a désactiver

et euh va falloir que tu cherche quelques chose dans ttttoooooooooouuuut sa en manuel qui te dégriseras ta case

ou quelqu’un qui connais leur bios :neutre:

Tout ce qui est “Spread Spectrum”, “EIST”, “C-State”, etc… J’ai déjà désactivé pour stabiliser l’overclocking.
A défaut de pourvoir dégriser la case Vcore, est-ce que quelqu’un peut m’aider à flasher mon BIOS ?
J’ai téléchargé la dernière version et stocké celle-ci dans une clé USB mais je n’arrive pas à flasher…

alors me semble que tu doit avoir un utilitaire dans ton bios genre dans le cas de asus EZ flash
tu insert ta clé et tu suit cette utilitaire :neutre:
encore une fois je ne te suis pas d’un grand secours vu que je ne connais pas cette cm mais bon c’est sa ou tu poirote que quelqu’un te réponde :lol:

Ma précédente carte mère était une ASUS P5Q3, et c’était beaucoup plus simple pour flasher le BIOS.
Avec Asus Update, je pouvais flasher le BIOS directement depuis Windows.
Là c’est la merd… pour flasher le BIOS de ma MSI X58 Pro, je compte flasher le BIOS en premier et peut-être éventuellement suite à ça, j’arriverai régler le Vcore manuellement.

oui j’avais compris mais tu doit avoir un utilitaire similaire a asus update mais dans le bios ! regarde

C’est M-Flash !

dans le bios ?

si oui c’est simple ta juste a mettre ta clé usb et de flasher avec l’utilitaire du bios :neutre:
Edité le 26/08/2009 à 13:26

Marche pas… :etonne2:
J’ai bien suivi les instructions dans le manuel mais l’utilitaire ne veut pas se lancer… :@

tu ne doit pas avoir le bon bios ou alors il me semble que ta clé doit être bootable non ? :confused: je sais plus

Je remonte ce topîc pour poster les instructions de MSI pour flasher sous DOS vu que je n’arrive pas du tout à lancer l’utilitaire de MSI intégré dans le BIOS… :@

[i]Special Note:
The BIOS and DEVICE DRIVERS contained here are exclusively for Micro-Star products only. Micro-Star assumes no responsibility for any damages resulting from improper use or lack of technical expertise.

WARNING!!!
DON’T FLASH FROM A FLOPPY DISK!!!
DON’T FLASH WHEN YOUR SYSTEM IS RUNNING FINE!!!
DON’T FLASH IF YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING!!!

Award BIOS Flash Procedure

  1. Know your model number
    a. Open your case and look for the MS-XXXX number on the motherboard between the PCI slots, also check the version number that is written there as well. (Some motherboards are named like K8N Diamond; make sure you have the right version number)
    b. Boot up your system & take a look at the top left screen during POST, you should see something like “W7100NMS V1.1 021705” This means the board is MS-7100 with BIOS version 1.1
    Hint: Many systems are clearing this message very fast, the bios version is then unreadable, and you can either press “PAUSE” or disable the “Quick Boot” in the BIOS setup.

  2. Download the BIOS that matches your motherboard AND version number (some motherboards are named like K8N Diamond; make sure you have the right version number). BIOS can be found according to the CPU type of your board like if your CPU is AMD 939 type then look here
    global.msi.com.tw…

  3. Extract the BIOS-archive that you have downloaded by double clicking to c:\test

  4. Boot your system from a Win98 or WinME boot-floppy.
    How to make boot floppy in case your don’t have it ready:
    For Win9X, You can type [C:\ format a:/s] from the DOS prompt.
    For WinME, You can make a boot floppy from control panel–> add/remove program–>make boot floppy. Remove autoexec.bat & config.sys file if there’s any.
    For Win2000, there’s no way to make boot floppy, so you have to either use Win9X or WinME boot floppy.
    For WinXP, you can make a DOS boot disk. Go to Your Computer, right click drive A:, select Format, select copy system files.

  5. When you get the A:\ prompt, type the following sequence:
    C:
    cd\test
    C:\test> awdfl865 BIOS file
    (To save or not to save old BIOS is the user’s decision)

  6. Reboot your system when prompted

AMI BIOS Flash Procedure

  1. Know your model number
    a. Open your case and look for the MS-XXXX number on the motherboard between the PCI slots, also check the version number that is written there as well. (some motherboards are named like P45 Diamond, make sure you have the right version number)
    b. Boot up your system & take a look at the top left screen during POST, you should see something like “A7516IMS V1.4 082708” This means the board is MS-7516 with BIOS version 1.4
    Hint: Many systems are clearing this message very fast, the bios version is then unreadable, and you can either press “PAUSE” or disable the “Quick Boot” in the BIOS setup.

  2. Download the BIOS that matches your motherboard AND version number (some motherboards are named like P45 Diamond, make sure you have the right version number). BIOS can be found according to the CPU type of your board like if your CPU is Intel 775 type then look here
    global.msi.com.tw…

  3. Extract the BIOS-archive that you have downloaded by double clicking to c:\test

  4. Boot your system from a Win98 or WinME boot-floppy.
    How to make boot floppy in case your don’t have it ready:
    For Win9X, You can type [C:\ format a:/s] from the DOS prompt.
    For WinME, You can make a boot floppy from control panel–> add/remove program–>make boot floppy. Remove autoexec.bat & config.sys file if there’s any.
    For Win2000, there’s no way to make boot floppy, so you have to either use Win9X or WinME boot floppy.
    For WinXP, you can make a DOS boot disk. Go to Your Computer, right click drive A:, select Format, select copy system files.

  5. When you get the A:\ prompt, type the following sequence:
    C:
    cd\test
    C:\test> afud4234 BIOS file
    (to save or not to save old BIOS is the user’s decision)

  6. Reboot your system when prompted

Flashing the BIOS for Non-FAT file system

  1. Know your model number
    a. Open your case and look for the MS-XXXX number on the motherboard between the PCI slots, also check the version number that is written there as well. (Some motherboards are named like DKA790GX Platinum; make sure you have the right version number)

b. Boot up your system & take a look at the top left screen during POST, you should see something like “A7550AMS V1.2 090508” This means the board is MS-7550 with BIOS version 1.2
Hint: Many systems are clearing this message very fast, the bios version is then unreadable, and you can either press “PAUSE” or disable the “Quick Boot” in the BIOS setup.

  1. Download the BIOS that matches your motherboard AND version number (some motherboards are named like DKA790GX Platinum; make sure you have the right version number). BIOS can be found according to the CPU type of your board like if your CPU is AMD AM2+ type then look here
    global.msi.com.tw…

  2. Extract the file you have downloaded to a floppy (not the win ME/98 startup floppy) by double clocking the file in windows mode and supplying the path a:\

  3. Boot the computer using windows ME or windows 98 startup disk. It must be one of these! A plain boot disk will not be good enough.
    If you do not have Windows ME or 98 to create the floppy you can make one on a friend’s computer.

  4. When boot is done there will be a message on the screen showing:“Diagnostic tools were successfully loaded to drive” followed by a single letter.
    This letter is the letter assigned to the RAMDRIVE. This RAMDRIVE is a virtual drive in the system memory and can be accessed and controlled like any other drive with DOS commands such as:
    MD - Make Directory
    Copy - copy a file
    Delete - Delete a file

There is one important difference which is that being in the system memory this drive is wiped once the computer is restarted or shut down.

  1. Replace the startup floppy with the one containing the flash utility and bios ROM files previously extracted in windows.

  2. Copy the 2 files to the RAMDRIVE by using the DOS command copy.
    Here is an example, in this example the flash utility is AFUD4234.EXE ,the ROM file is A7550AMS.120 and the RAMDRIVE letter assignment is D

copy AFUD4234.exe d:
copy A7550AMS.120 d:\

  1. Change the current working directory to the RAMDRIVE root directory, with the example case of the RAMDRIVE being drive D this is done by simply done with the command d:

  2. Execute the flash utility with the ROM file as a command line argument, with this example:
    afud4234 A7550AMS.120

If you wish to save the current bios you must specify the full path a:\filename. Specifying only a file name will save the bios to the RAMDRIVE which will be wiped after restarting the computer and the file will not be saved.

a:\bios.old is an example of the correct way to save the bios.

  1. Reboot your system when prompted

  2. If your system doesn’t boot after you flashed, please refer to the BIOS recovery method as described

Reflash BIOS by USB Disk Under DOS Mode Procdure

  1. Know your model number
    a. Open your case and look for the MS-XXXX number on the motherboard between the PCI slots, also check the version number that is written there as well. (Some motherboards are named like P45 Diamond; make sure you have the right version number)

b. Boot up your system & take a look at the top left screen during POST, you should see something like “A7516IMS V1.4 082708” This means the board is MS-7516 with BIOS version 1.4
Hint: Many systems are clearing this message very fast, the bios version is then unreadable, and you can either press “PAUSE” or disable the “Quick Boot” in the BIOS setup.

  1. Download the BIOS that matches your motherboard AND version number (some motherboards are named like P45 Diamond; make sure you have the right version number) to your USB devise. BIOS can be found according to the CPU type of your board like if your CPU is Intel 775 type then look here
    global.msi.com.tw…

Or if your CPU is AMD AM2+ type then look here
global.msi.com.tw…

  1. Extract the BIOS-archive that you have downloaded by double clicking to bootable USB device.

  2. Boot your system from a USB device

  3. When you get the DOS prompt, type the following sequence:
    (assuming USB Flash drive uses F:/ (F Prompt)
    F:>cd XXXXVXX(document name)
    F:\XXXXVXX>afud4234AXXXXIMS.XXX(bios name)

  4. Reboot your system when prompted[/i]

…Je suis désolé si pour certains ça peut sembler super simple mais moi je ne m’y connais pas du tout en environnement DOS et j’ai bien lu quelques tutos pour rendre une clé USB bootable mais je n’y suis pas parvenu… :@
De l’aide serait vraiment la bienvenue. Je serai extrêmement reconnaissant. :slight_smile:
Je précise que je suis sou XP

Bon… Finalement opération réussie, j’ai réussi à flasher le BIOS de ma carte mère.
Malheureusement, ça ne règle pas mon problème initial… Comment régler manuellement le VCore sur cette carte mère ??!.. :@

va dans CPU Specifications ?

et dit quel option tu as ?

si ta manuellle , mais manuelle

Y’a aucun paramètre à régler dans “CPU Specifications”. Il donne juste les caractéristiques de ton processeur. ( fréquence, cache, SSE1, SSE2, etc… hyperthreading, stepping… )

et sur CPU Voltage [auto]
tu peut changé la valeur ?

Oui.
Ça varie de -320 mV jusqu’à +630 mV.

éssaye de mettre plus 50 MV
je pense que sa va changé le Vcore ( sa va rajonté + 0,05 v )