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post #621 of 1069
you can find it easily over on the amd reddit

https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/650mw7/msi_x370_titanium_beta_bios_145_released/
post #622 of 1069
Ok ta, can confirm AGESA 1.0.0.4a with this bios.
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1700 MSI X370 Gaming Titanium FURY X 32 Corsair Vengance 
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1700 MSI X370 Gaming Titanium FURY X 32 Corsair Vengance 
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1TB Intel M.2 NVMe ++ Win 10 Pro Asus MG279Q Silverstone 1500W Modular 
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Phantek Enthoo Primo Ultimate 
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post #623 of 1069
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Originally Posted by wmunn View Post

you can find it easily over on the amd reddit

https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/650mw7/msi_x370_titanium_beta_bios_145_released/

Great, thank you very much
post #624 of 1069
as said many times before, it is beta, so even though it is from MSI, at your own risk using it
post #625 of 1069
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Originally Posted by wmunn View Post

as said many times before, it is beta, so even though it is from MSI, at your own risk using it

Running Beta 1.45 Bios now.
It's an improvement. I can now use my 4 DIMMS Corsair LPX 3000 on 2666mhz (14-16-16-16-34) stable.
Before I had issues with my RAM on 2666mhz so had to go back to 2400mhz.
Now it's running smooth with lower timings.
Still can't go to 2933mhz (Whatever settings, timings or voltages I tried (but it will be just a matter of time).
So wanna thank MSI for their work. Nice improvement.
There are some other changes as well in the bios, you can do some advanced tweaking on your RAM. Check it out.
post #626 of 1069
OK got my AM4 bracket for Thermaltake water 3.0 ultimate 360mm

replace fans with 6 Noctua NF-F12 fans in a push pull config previous used on FX 9590 which was a hot processor

idle temp - 31.5 C
Prime95 - 51.25

I still running the default setting for CPU the only thing I changed besides the fan profiles is the ram voltage 1.35 ram @ 2400 32GB

but it looks as if my temp are ok

My question is this I would like to try an overclock my cpu to 4ghz

I have the 1800x

what settings in the bios have other people had success

any details would be helpful

Load Line Calibration settings
CPU voltage ext

Also as far as the new bios, has anyone tried it with a crossfire or SLI config

Last time I tried to flash the 1.4 version I wouldn't recognize my R9 295x2 motherboard would not boot with out installing only R9290x single card

Please let me know and if any body has success raising the ram speed higher than 2400 with 32GB ram

I prefer more ram over higher speed

G.Skill Tridentz F4-3200C16Q-32GTZB

in case anybody is wondering about my temps I'm using the new version of Ryzen Master that auto calculates the 1800x offset
post #627 of 1069
ok, installed bios 1.45 beta yesterday, had no issues PC is generally running better.

Today i tried to go back into bios, only to greeted with black screen everytime i try. i tried rebooting from windows and same problem with black screen in bios.

now i dont know if it just for radeon cards as i have RX480 but be careful as something is not right with this bios.
post #628 of 1069
I have noticed that if you try to use the try it memory thing, it will cause the board to become messed up and not let you enter bios, clearing cmos resolved it. So definitely avoid that feature.
have you tried clearing cmos? It's the small button on the io shield in the back of the pc, up towards the top. with the computer plugged in, hold down that reset button for more than 10 seconds.
post #629 of 1069
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Originally Posted by wmunn View Post

I have noticed that if you try to use the try it memory thing, it will cause the board to become messed up and not let you enter bios, clearing cmos resolved it. So definitely avoid that feature.
have you tried clearing cmos? It's the small button on the io shield in the back of the pc, up towards the top. with the computer plugged in, hold down that reset button for more than 10 seconds.

Hmmm, my try it memory thing worked just fine.
post #630 of 1069
it worked fine for me at first, but once i selected my ram, and speed was set i was no longer able to boot back into bios.

yes clear cmos works to fix issue. as for now i will stay like this till something new is released.
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