[OFFER] Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H NVMe Mod

Hi Lost_N_BIOS,
I read all this tread in the hope that I can install the pcie nvme adapter on my motherboard GA-Z77X-D3H v1.0. I have i5-3570K installed with 4x4GB ram ddr3 1866 and RX580 video. I downloaded the bios version F18i nvme mod (# 35) I flashed with QFLASH ap. After successful writing, the motherboard had a continuous jerky sound. I restored the F7 version from the backup and it was ok. The pcie adapter used for which I want F18i nvme mode is https://axagon.eu/en/produkty/pcem2-n .

Does F18i nvmemod have these updates?
ga-z77x-d3h v1.0

BIOS F18i mod with nvme module

Intel Legacy RAID for SATA to
Intel UEFI RAID SataDriver to
Atheros PCIE Ethernet Controller 2.0 .2.7 to
Atheros PCIE Ethernet Controller to
Marvel 88SE91xx BIOS Adapter 1.

puedo meter esta bios para z77x-ud5h

Hi @Lost_N_BIOS ,
I am trying to Boot up with a new M2 NVMe and found your link to the updated NVMe BIOS for my GA-Z77-D3H rev1.0.
Unfortunately, I can’t download the file from the link, not sure if the link is broken or my security setting are stopping my browser getting through. I get message “This site can’t be reached”, same happens if I use my phone. Could you please check if the link is ok before I change every setting on my PC? I see from other posts that it was working recently. Many thanks. Gordon

Hi guys,
I am trying to get the BIOS for GA-H77-DS3H Rev 1.0, but I have the same problem, the connections are not working.
I trust in your help.
Thank you so much for the support you are giving.

Hi @Lost_N_BIOS ,

The links for the GA-Z77-UD3H F20e nvme mod is down, could you re upload the link

Thank again.

@AhHuat : Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum!
Since Lost_N_BIOS hasn’t been online for several months, you will have to wait for a long time or may not get any reaction from his side.
What about doing the required BIOS modification yourself? >Here< is the related step-by-step guide.
Good luck!
Dieter (alias Fernando)

I can help you with that.

I followed the guide that Fernando posted and everything went well on my GA-Z77X-UD3H (rev. 1.0) motherboard.


The results are so good that I am able to perform better than on my Crosshair VIII when using the same NVMe SSD (it’s reaching maximum performance).

Find attached the modded bios that I’m using.

z77x-ud3h_f19e-NVME-Mod.zip (3.59 MB)

Hola, agradezco lo que haces tengo una Placa Gigabyte GA-945GCM-S2C si me podrías hacer un BIOS modificada para leer los M.2 por PCI estaría estupendo.

Oh! Looks like I long missed this post… Well, what I remember is that the bottleneck probably was in the NVMe drive itself - I mean, it’s not fast enough to notice a difference between the PCIe 2.0 and the 3.0 x16.

But I probably should test again; I’m not at home now and don’t even remember in which slot is currently.

Anyway, during this time I’ve encountered another problem: I’m not able to install Ubuntu on this machine, as it always gets frozen during install. Any hints?

Someone help me to create bios for my p8h61-m lx3 r2.0 board to use the adapter with the solid hard disk M2 nvme 500 gb please use PCIe 2.0 X1 please i SPEAK SPANISH que alguien me ayude porfavor gracias saludos desde PERU LIMA

Hi Guys,

I am at a loss. I have a GA z77 DS3H rev 1.0. I followed the #1 post instructions and flashed the BIOS successfully.
I installed the PCIe adapter card (I tried IB-PCI208-HS & IB-PCI214M2-HSL) witha SSD 980 Samsung.

I don’t want to boot from the NVME. data storage for my games is fine enough. But it doesn’t get recognized neither in BIOS nor in WIN10. Any ideas??

NVMe bios mod is only necessary for a booting OS on it, not for common storage in modern OSes, windows 10 will see the NVMe drive with its own generic storage drivers, if the NVMe drive is not seen on OS check it in
another system, if still fails its hw incompatibility between the devices/adaptor or user inexperience.
The NVMe drive will not be seen in bios, only in windows without mod, with mod only if CSM is selected and an entry boot will be visible ONLY after OS installed, not before. But in your case a bios mod its not necessary.

@burnedchicken Could you try to flash this bios? after you flash it, go to bios again, load default, save and exit.

bios.rar (3.63 MB)

The user doesnt need to boot from the NVMe drive, a BIOS MOD IS NOT REQUIRED for any user who wants only storage, what part you dont understand of his citation: "I don’t want to boot from the NVME. data storage for my games is fine enough"
We are NOT HERE ENCOURAGING NO USER to flash unnecessary files and risk their systems.

Thx for the reply. I was really at a loss because the thread stated clearly that the nvme on the z77-ds3h should work, but it just didnt want to work.

I sent the adapters back and also the ssd. Went for a standard sata3 as this board is pushing 10years.

would have been cool to get this to work but oh well.

oc not working and more problems… but it works ok

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mandame bien el modelo y bercion de la placa mother

@ mario78bos
The forum is ENGLISH, the users are not your neighbours.

Start working and follow the guides:
[HowTo] Get full NVMe Support for all Systems with an AMI UEFI BIOS - Special Topics / NVMe Support for old Systems - Win-Raid Forum (level1techs.com)

[Guide] How to flash a modded AMI UEFI BIOS - BIOS/UEFI Modding / BIOS Modding Guides and Problems - Win-Raid Forum (level1techs.com)

Will you please make Gygabyte H81ms NVME mod Bios??