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post #2401 of 3922
its posible please to have the latest OROM with this last bios of asus maximus vi hero?


http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=MAXIMUS+VI+HERO&p=1&s=45

thanks.
post #2402 of 3922
Hello Guys,

Got an Asus Maximus V formula and just noticed at the asus website that there is a new BIOS file is available.

Im not to sure atm, but I believe im using the Bios version 1802 with Orom 12.7.0.1910 on raid 0, having Trim functionality.

Was wondering, if i decide to upgrade to the new OROM 1903 with OROM 12.7.0.1936, Will I lose all my current raid configuration?

Cant really be sure what bios version im using and what orom i have right now, since im away from home, but once i get there, I will check it out.

Furthermore, If my Bios is using the OROM 12.7.0.1936, that would mean that im using the latest bios 1903, right?

Thanks for all your help!
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serkanteo: Added wink.gif
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post #2404 of 3922
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safado2: No you wont lose the data just make sure to re-setup the new BIOS once its flashed. But if I was you I'd delete the array and then flash the new BIOS then once flashed I'd redo the array and then re-install Windows with the latest pre-install driver then once Windows has been updated and the new chipset drivers have been installed run the full Intel RST package to get the RAID manager etc. smile.gif

Yes 12.7.0.1936 OROM is the latest one currently. wink.gif

FYI: That BIOS is already on my SkyDrive, Link is on the First post. wink.gif
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post #2405 of 3922
Hi Gari,

I reckon Im using the 1936 OROM but my bios file it's not the latest one, I think it's the 1802, is this possible at all?

Since i wont be at home for a time, i suspect that im using the 1802 bios but with the latest orom that Gari has created, reason behind this, the new bios file just came out in sept, few weeks ago.

As per re-installing windows, I would try to avoid that, I like the way the system us working atm.

Have anyone got any experience using higher clocks like 2133 mhz (Ram clocks)

My current RAM is this: http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=186_218&products_id=23124

Id like to make it work at 2133 instead of 1600, however the damn MCH (Memory Controller Hub) will only work up to 1600.

Do you guys recommend to use XMP, so the ram will work at 2133 rather than just changing 2133 in the bios only?

Thanks
post #2406 of 3922
Little off topic.. but yes, use XMP, you can more than likely change it to be CAS10 and up it to be 2400Mhz with 1T also.
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post #2407 of 3922
I know it's bit of topic, but worth the shot.

The ram is rated at 2133 but the MCH officially work under 1600.

If i choose to use the XMP, the ram shall work at 2133 but also the cpu will get a small oc, right?

After that, will try to do Intel burn test to see if the system is stable.
post #2408 of 3922
I doubt you'll see an impact on any future OC potential or your current OC, that said I've got no idea what your system is. That'll only happen on the cheapest of the cheap mobo's. Just cause they say anything above 1600Mhz is OC it doesn't really mean jack today.. enable XMP and change it to 1T and it's 99% certain all is sweet.
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post #2409 of 3922
If i do as you say, that wont create BSOD?

Can you be more specific with the 1T?

Got an asus Maximus v formula./
post #2410 of 3922
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You dont have to re-install Windows just flash the newer BIOS then re-setup your BIOS after the flash.

If your using 2 RAM sticks they will most likely run at 1T command rate, If your using 4 sticks you need to set that to 2T
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