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i never tried the modded, what do they offer?
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4004 stinks.weirdsmiley.gif My 5.1GHz 1.45v just bsods all the time. I'm back with 3504 and it's fine again.

EDIT

If you are having trouble reverting back to an earlier bios, use the usb flash back method. Name the .CAP file that you want to use and rename it to "R4E.CAP" and stick that on an usb stick.

When the PC is off, stick the USB with the cap file into the ROG Connect usb port in the back in the I/O shield.

Then press the and hold the ROG connect on/off button for a couple seconds and then the usb flashing will begin. You'll notice your bios light on your mobo will begin to flash. When that stops, the flash is done.
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The modded 4004 bios has been pulled from the main modded bios page on ROG. I'm gonna wait till that gets fixed before I flash.
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4004 stinks.weirdsmiley.gif My 5.1GHz 1.45v just bsods all the time. I'm back with 3504 and it's fine again.

EDIT

If you are having trouble reverting back to an earlier bios, use the usb flash back method. Name the .CAP file that you want to use and rename it to "R4E.CAP" and stick that on an usb stick...press the and hold the ROG connect on/off button for a couple seconds and then the usb flashing will begin. You'll notice your bios light on your mobo will begin to flash. When that stops, the flash is done.

Thanks thumb.gif I just recently got this R-IV-E and hadn't tried the 2nd BIOS...now I did and it just sits there with a '00' on the debug code...it is that 2nd BIOS I will try the BIOS flash-back per USB key in ROG Connect.

I've got the 1st BIOS (4004) mostly working and given that it is supposed to include IVY-B-E support and IVY's have a different and faster memory management, I suppose thinking.gif I can understand that memory 'mode 2' was affected, but who knows...

...just don't like the 'can't revert back' thing and also the large number of 4004 complaints @ rog.asus.com...per above, now they pulled it from the main modded BIOS page...didn't seem to be ready for prime-time and customer = guinea-pig ? arrowheadsmiley.png
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Asus - "Don't worry team, MrTOOSHORT will try 4004 and we'll see the feedback!"tongue.gif
    
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New bios is giving me no problems as of yet all my clocks are working no bsods ,5.0 + 5.1 came in with slightly less vcore. wheee.gif
P95'd 1792 fft's for 1 hr at 4.8@2400.....so far so good......able to get mode 2 in ram timings in bios thumb.gif
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New bios is giving me no problems as of yet all my clocks are working no bsods ,5.0 + 5.1 came in with slightly less vcore. wheee.gif
P95'd 1792 fft's for 1 hr at 4.8@2400.....so far so good......able to get mode 2 in ram timings in bios thumb.gif

Glad to hear.

Waiting to hear more good news, lol.
 
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New bios is giving me no problems as of yet all my clocks are working no bsods ,5.0 + 5.1 came in with slightly less vcore. wheee.gif
P95'd 1792 fft's for 1 hr at 4.8@2400.....so far so good......able to get mode 2 in ram timings in bios thumb.gif

...good to know - I do run 32GB of 2400MHz RAM so may be that has s.th. to do with it - though it runs fine in 'Auto' mode and mode 1 - and can manually input 'mode 2' and that works too - weird lachen.gif

...but what really gets me is that on Strap 125 / BCLK 127 @ 5.2GHz with RAM just below 2400, the ' 10-12-12-31-2' stock timings are down to '9-10-11-27-1' , passing Valley, SuperPI, maxxmem, XTU...

...I likely keep BIOS 4004 on 1st BIOS and try to flash back 3602 on the 2nd BIOS chip - biggrin.gif
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Trying 4004 again and after setting my ram to 1.65v from a previous 1.6v stable, things are looking up. Maybe my chip needed to be broken in. IDK.

We'll see how it goes.
    
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There you go salty biggrin.gif Got a bit left to eeek out I think thinking.gif
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