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Nope Both gpus were testes.

Both runs at 90-99 all the time. single card test..


This is my sli test, for now most of my performance seems to be back? But dont think the problem is solved

I'm talking about your last two posts.





one shows 98% usage, one shows 49% usage.
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I'm talking about your last two posts.





one shows 98% usage, one shows 49% usage.

Dude thats after the benchmark was finnished...

and again both GPUS are working Perfectly on my MSI Bigbang Xpower 2. so the Gpus is not the issue here
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Worked fine for me, but I noticed no differences at all. centvalny mention it was exactly the same as the release BIOS, so I understand you might be curious.. but it might be a waste of time to try.

I have it sitting on my back-up BIOS, anyway, swapped re-flashes ROG1/ROG2 (monitoring/SuperI/O) bios, AFAIK, so that that stuff works properly, as that's the only thing I noticed.

Oh CAD, had to back down on timings since after I'd finish playing a game if I'd exit it'd crash the computer in a BSOD. I changed timings to 10-11-11-28 and now I've had no issues for the past few days. I may try 9-11-11-28 but for now this works well, and about the same speeds on bench.
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Hey guys. I tried reading and searching for a while in this thread (and google) and didn't find an answer.

So what does BIOS 0507 bring with it?

I am rock stable 0403 and judging Asus by previous BIOS releases of top-end boards, I don't know if I'd try to upgrade.


Mainly, I am looking for the CPU Min Duty Cycle to change from their *** setting of 20% to hopefully 0%.
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Hey guys. I tried reading and searching for a while in this thread (and google) and didn't find an answer.

So what does BIOS 0507 bring with it?

I am rock stable 0403 and judging Asus by previous BIOS releases of top-end boards, I don't know if I'd try to upgrade.


Mainly, I am looking for the CPU Min Duty Cycle to change from their *** setting of 20% to hopefully 0%.


Slightly better mem timings/improvements to stability and profiles.

Add's the vtD option back for running VM's.

06xx is coming out within the week according to Raja so if you're running rock stable then no reason unless you just wanna run 64bit VM's
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Hey guys. I tried reading and searching for a while in this thread (and google) and didn't find an answer.

So what does BIOS 0507 bring with it?

I am rock stable 0403 and judging Asus by previous BIOS releases of top-end boards, I don't know if I'd try to upgrade.


Mainly, I am looking for the CPU Min Duty Cycle to change from their *** setting of 20% to hopefully 0%.


Slightly better mem timings/improvements to stability and profiles.

Add's the vtD option back for running VM's.

06xx is coming out within the week according to Raja so if you're running rock stable then no reason unless you just wanna run 64bit VM's

I already run 64-bit VMs using VMware 9. I have two 64-bit VMs: Windows 8.1 Pro x64 (I use for development) and a Debian 6 install (also for development).

So not sure what that means... With VTd disabled, VMware won't even load/start the VM (been there done that on other PCs).
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Hey guys. I tried reading and searching for a while in this thread (and google) and didn't find an answer.

So what does BIOS 0507 bring with it?
0403 hate LoVo RAM and tries to run them at 1.7 V when you are doing CMOS reset. 0507 is more sane in this case, it uses 1.5 V. It also allows vt-d, if you are one of few who desperately needs it.

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Worked fine for me, but I noticed no differences at all. centvalny mention it was exactly the same as the release BIOS, so I understand you might be curious.. but it might be a waste of time to try.
It would be entertaining, thus I'd play with it on weekend or when I'd have spare time.
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Hey guys. I tried reading and searching for a while in this thread (and google) and didn't find an answer.

So what does BIOS 0507 bring with it?
0403 hate LoVo RAM and tries to run them at 1.7 V when you are doing CMOS reset. 0507 is more sane in this case, it uses 1.5 V. It also allows vt-d, if you are one of few who desperately needs it.

Thanks, but as I posted just 1 post above yours... I have been using VT-d with x64 bit VMs ever since I got my board in November without any issues. VMware refuses to load any VM without it.

Maybe 0507 puts a "switch" in there, allowing it to be turned off? Could have sworn I saw it in my BIOS already though.

Nice to know about memory.
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Thanks, but as I posted just 1 post above yours... I have been using VT-d with x64 bit VMs ever since I got my board in November without any issues. VMware refuses to load any VM without it.

Maybe 0507 puts a "switch" in there, allowing it to be turned off? Could have sworn I saw it in my BIOS already though.

Nice to know about memory.

Was confused by your post till I read this one, yes it adds the option in the bios so you can enable/disable.
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Dude thats after the benchmark was finnished...

and again both GPUS are working Perfectly on my MSI Bigbang Xpower 2. so the Gpus is not the issue here

I'm glad you resolved it. I ran valley a few times, my GPU usage doesn't drop down after the timed section of the test finishes.
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