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Last time I flashed it erased all my profiles. Still, every time I flash to a new BIOS I have the habit of starting my overclocks from 0.

Probably best to restart from 0, im just lazy lol
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Last time I flashed it erased all my profiles. Still, every time I flash to a new BIOS I have the habit of starting my overclocks from 0.

Have the same experience. I always loose my OC profile but on the other hand i don't mind because new BIOS can cause an increase in stability or decrease of stability so its a smart thing to redo the OC IMO.
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Have the same experience. I always loose my OC profile but on the other hand i don't mind because new BIOS can cause an increase in stability or decrease of stability so its a smart thing to redo the OC IMO.

idle temps on the new bios were nearly over 10C higher even after doing a new oc

reverted back to previous bios all is normal....how can a new bios add heat?
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idle temps on the new bios were nearly over 10C higher even after doing a new oc

reverted back to previous bios all is normal....how can a new bios add heat?

Just updated bios and I do not see that the increased temperature in idle, do you use CnQ I do.
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Just updated bios and I do not see that the increased temperature in idle, do you use CnQ I do.

yeah its all turned on....its very strange indeed
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idle temps on the new bios were nearly over 10C higher even after doing a new oc

reverted back to previous bios all is normal....how can a new bios add heat?

10c difference is a big difference for only a BIOS change if you ask me. Are you sure you did EVERYTHING the same as before?

I do know that new BIOS can do strange things but 10c difference is rather much, are you sure you did EXACTLY the same as before?

I do know that when i had a similar thing that i was 100% sure i did the same thing but when i checked for the second time i noticed that its not the same lol
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10c difference is a big difference for only a BIOS change if you ask me. Are you sure you did EVERYTHING the same as before?

I do know that new BIOS can do strange things but 10c difference is rather much, are you sure you did EXACTLY the same as before?

yeah did my new oc and noticed the idle temp was a lot higher so i used my old profiles and still same high temp

went back to previous bios with same profiles and temp went down

its a strange one not seen it b4.....will probably take a better look tomorrow

it was 8c not 10 lol
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I see new bios option, NVMe controller

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yeah did my new oc and noticed the idle temp was a lot higher so i used my old profiles and still same high temp

went back to previous bios with same profiles and temp went down

its a strange one not seen it b4.....will probably take a better look tomorrow

it was 8c not 10 lol

That is strange indeed man. 8 or 10c difference is still too much for only BIOS change if you ask me but i wasn't there so idk lol

I do know that Sabertooth BIOS has many many options which can be a pain or a delight when overclocking. My Giga BIOS is much easier and its a matter of dialing in the Oc you want and boot. Its much less stable as the Sabertooth and to be honest i take the Asus BIOS over Giga ANY day of the week...

I seen some pricing on the new Sabertooth R3.0 here but sadly at 200 euro's its too expensive for me for an end of life platform to be honest..

BTW, did you consider the fact that it can be an faulty flash? I mean, i had it with my Giga UD5 one time and i had some weird stuff going but after another flash all was well again.

Good luck and let us know if you found the problem.
Edited by hurricane28 - 8/7/16 at 12:04pm
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Have the same experience. I always loose my OC profile but on the other hand i don't mind because new BIOS can cause an increase in stability or decrease of stability so its a smart thing to redo the OC IMO.

idle temps on the new bios were nearly over 10C higher even after doing a new oc

reverted back to previous bios all is normal....how can a new bios add heat?

Maybe our chipsets are reaching the age of menopause? tongue.gifsmile.gif

Good to see continued support - I don't think my UD5 will ever get the bios it deserves frown.gif
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