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Upgraded to 3001 and cannot get my system stable with my old OC settings, even on default I get a BSOD under heavy load in W10. Seems I am not the only one?

Sorry meant Bios version 3101.
Edited by Aysberg - 6/11/16 at 10:16am
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Upgraded to 3001 and cannot get my system stable with my old OC settings, even on default I get a BSOD under heavy load in W10. Seems I am not the only one?

have a look back a few pages, there might be some help for you, are you using x99e-ws/usb3.1 with a broadwell chip?

also try setting your memory to manual but leave everything else on auto? maybe will work and then you can build on it
Edited by baconinabun - 6/11/16 at 3:58am
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No, I am still on Haswell i7-5930K and I am using the original X99E-WS without USB 3.1. But I will try the manual memory settings.
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No, I am still on Haswell i7-5930K and I am using the original X99E-WS without USB 3.1. But I will try the manual memory settings.

their is a 3004 bios sure it's not that one you flashed? that the is version you should aim to flash

also pull the battery(up to you) afterflash, make a brew, put battery in, i found it helped me a few times


https://www.asus.com/uk/Motherboards/X99E_WS/HelpDesk_Download/ in the DOS/BIOS section
Edited by baconinabun - 6/11/16 at 6:57am
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My mistake, it was the 3101 BIOS version. Is the older one more stable? Than will I flash that one, but I didn't do this battery trick.
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My mistake, it was the 3101 BIOS version. Is the older one more stable? Than will I flash that one, but I didn't do this battery trick.
I would love to know that as well
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Late to this discussion,

I followed the advice I got here and updated my BIOS in a step wise manner.

I was at 1302 and went to 2009 then 3004 and finally 3101

Between 2009 and 3004 there appears to have been some big changes for the board to accept the broadwell.

I did notice that once I finally got to 3101 that I needed to have everything as stock. Pushed the CMOS button down at the bottom of the board to reset and loaded at default.

Following that, it ran at 3.5GHz with Ram at 2100Hz

But when I went back to bios and selected my saved prolife, it failed to reboot.

I discovered that I needed to re-determine what values I was going to place for the RAM and CPU as my old ones were causing it to shut down for safety.

Once I got the new numbers, it's been up and running without any problems.

Hope that helps.

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My mistake, it was the 3101 BIOS version. Is the older one more stable? Than will I flash that one, but I didn't do this battery trick.
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I would love to know that as well

i running a 5960X and yes i find 3004 stable, check recent images for my basic settings, the way i look at it is why goto 3101 when you only need haswell-e support atm till you need full broadwell support i.e 3101 because that is all 3101 is broadwell-e support

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Edited by baconinabun - 6/11/16 at 3:25pm
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The BIOS updates also contain firmware updates. Something to consider.
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What's the latest bios for the x99-m WS?
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