Will you be implementing this fix on the X370 Prime Pro, too? This board doesn't even have an option for Vboot voltage, so it's always at 1.2V with no way to change it. This severely limits which memory speeds you can use with this board. For example, I can't use 3200 @ C14 with my B-die RAM, due to cold boot problems. It's perfectly stable once you manage to get it to actually boot and have the 1.35V take effect but the 1.2V Vboot is making cold boots a pain.
If not, will you at least consider adding manual Vboot adjustments to the Prime UEFI? This board probably has the worst memory support of all X370 boards due to this bug (boards like the Taichi also have options for Vboot adjustment)
Edited by JimmiG - 4/20/17 at 5:38am