Discussion in 'PC Hardware' started by flare4000, Aug 20, 2010.
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I also have dual bios on my Gigabyte board. Very usefull.
The secondary bios chip acts like a fail-safe. It keeps a copy of your good original bios, this chip cannot be written to manually. If the primary chip gets corrupted somehow, for instance a bad flash. Then the secondary chip kicks in and re-writes the first chip with a copy of the good bios.
Just FYI, if you flash a SLI.C 2.1 bios and then at a later date the dual bios kicks in, you will need to re-flash with SLIC 2.1.
Thanks first time attempting a bios mod lol
Fear not Flare, Dual bios is your friend.....lol
They are very easy to mod no worries.