So, finally I built my AM4 rig.
CPU: Ryzen 5 1600
MBO Asus Crosshair VI Hero
RAM: G.Skill TridentZ RGB 3200C14 (Samsung B) 2x8GB
- board arrived with 0902 (there is a sticker on SATA ports which says 0902)
- using TR Venomous X and it CANNOT be used with MBO's bracket
- stock AM4 retention removed by unscrew those 4 screws
- MBO bracket removed without using hairdryer, just using picnic plastic knife as gently shoving the blade between bracket and that insulation (so no contact with MBO) and at the same time, slightly pushing pillars from other side
- TR AM4 bracket is compatible with this board, but I didn't use that plastic plug that goes in center square hole in backplate, since is touching SMDs below CPU socket
- TR Venomous X assembly went well with combination of new version TRUE BTK and AM4 bracket which TR gave for free (proof of cooler purchase needed for obtaining free of charge AM4 upgrade kit)
- 1st boot was OK, in 5-7 seconds system POSTed
- immediately flashed to 0082 and set RAM to 3200 MHz via it's XMP (DOCP) profile reader, voltage 1,37V / boot RAM 1,4V / SOC 1.0V / super i/o clock skew DISABLED / procodt 53.3 and F10
- RAM settings OK after 2-3 restarts by system itself
- manual settings for CPU (BCLK not touched) and ratio set at 32 with voltage 1,18V / LLC level 2
- Windows 10 Enterprise x64 installed on M.2 960 EVO 250GB
- installed all new drivers from AMD site and from Asus some specific as AiSuite3
Since I am not a user who must squeeze every hertz from CPU, for CPU OC is used AiSuite3 (as used on previous builds with Asus MBOs) and it is set with 2 profiles:
1. desktop profile 3,2 GHz
2. game profile 3,9 GHz
Here are some benches with "stock" and OC values:
For two days I constantly playing games and using Handbrake. Ran some Passmarks, Unigine Superposition benches, Cinebenches, but no IBT, Orthos or other "suicide" run stuff since I am not swimming in those waters
Not a single BSOD or crash-to-desktop in games (Far Cry 4, Far Cry Primal, DOOM, Metro 2033/LL Redux, Battlefield 1... all Singleplayers since I do not play MP).
Overall - quite good and satisfied upgrade over my 5-year old 2600K and P8Z77-V board.
That's it for me, until May AGESA updates and maybe getting straps on 3600 for RAM, w/o touching BCLK.
Thanks to everyone here who helped, but especially to @gupsterg and @shar (from some other forum).
Feel free to ask anything