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LGA 1700 motherboard with removable firmware chip

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Forum Description: Question about ASRock Intel Motherboards
Printed Date: 01 Jun 2023 at 6:31am
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Topic: LGA 1700 motherboard with removable firmware chip
Posted By: Petr123
Subject: LGA 1700 motherboard with removable firmware chip
Date Posted: 22 Dec 2022 at 10:45pm
Is there an ASRock motherboard (LGA 1700 or AM5) with a removable UEFI firmware chip or with support for external flashing of a firmware (using a programmer) without desoldering (for example, with a special port for external flashing)?

Posted By: threadzipper1957
Date Posted: 17 Mar 2023 at 12:10am
All boards have a SPI header, next to the BIOS chip, when using for instance a SkyproII programmer, with a clip that You can hook onto the chip itself, You can flash the BIOS.
AMD boards, and Intel SOC (CPU onboard) use 1.8Volt, so You must use a voltage convertor.
Standard Intel boards, with CPU socket use 3.8Volt, so You can skip the voltage convertor

Kind Regards

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