- Feb 24, 2013
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My board was super stable with 128GB, I've been running it for 2 years without issue. I have always upgraded bios as they came out.
The last one was end of December, which is I'm pretty sure when it started to become unstable.
At the time I blame the weather and summer temperature, so I cleaned the water in my loop, there was crap stuck in the CPU and at the time the water flow had dropped from 165L/mn to 115L/mn.
RPI flashing on an Intel Titan Ridge? how does that work?
this sounds awesome.
Got some steps? Would that work with the ASRock GB card? It's an Intel JHL6540 Thunderbolt card, same as in the iMac Pro.
As @djlild7hina mentioned, there's a couple of ways to do it, but I went the Raspberry Pi route since I wanted to keep it anyway and I'm using it as a SNES/NES emulator ...two birds..Takes some research but pretty straight forward. Just make sure you get a high quality clip for the chip, mine was finicky and took many tries (including pushing down gently on the chip with the clip). I think I used NVM33.