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New Asus P8Z77-V Pro BIOS

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It's up on their site right now...not sure about the other versions, didn't check
Edited by Nihilo - 5/12/12 at 8:11am
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You mean 1015? Can't see any newer than that. Just flashed it through AI Suite II no problems. smile.gif
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That would be it. I think it was just put up today because I didn't see it yesterday. Hoping this will help with my overclock stability. I can't seem to find a good spot.
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It bricked mine huhuhu frown.gif

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Ouch frown.gif thank goodness for flashback, right?
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Originally Posted by Nihilo View Post

That would be it. I think it was just put up today because I didn't see it yesterday. Hoping this will help with my overclock stability. I can't seem to find a good spot.
It's been there for two days afaik, saw it yesterday at least. Ah well. tongue.gif
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Oh lol well Hmmm maybe I overlooked it, either way now people know tongue.gif
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internet flash it or just usb stick ?
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I would like to know this too.

I flashed my bios using the internet and when I rebooted, the CPU_LED is now red. frown.gif

Could the updated borked my CPU? I'm about to return my mobo to micrcoenter for replacement, I dunno if I should bring the CPU too.

I've always had gigabyte/msi boards before and never had an issue flashing using the @bios or windows based flashing too.

When I get the new mobo, should I go for usb flash instead of the internet?
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