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Yep I did a fresh install of the new W10 creators update. I thought it might have been a symptom of a flakey overclock but thought it was weird it was resuming after.
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wich one of these BIOS is latest ?


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BIOS 0083 0081 + "2T" DRAM mode
BIOS 0082 0081 + specific DRAM patches
BIOS 0081 0079 + ProcODT = 53.3 ohm
BIOS 0079 AGESA 1004a test version, with bugfixes
BIOS 1002 Fixes a few bugs in 1001. No improvement in performance or overclocking range.
BIOS 1001 (DRAM 1T mode) Restore defaults before flashing, or use USB BIOS Flashback.
BIOS 0038 (DRAM 2T mode) Same as 1001 but DRAM set to 2T mode, better on some systems.
BIOS 0902 First BIOS with fixed "BIOS updating" problems. Superseded by 1001.
    
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@side37

You saw my post with several "back to back" tests with HPET on/off. So no idea on your issue as not had it to resolve redface.gif .

@Naeem

0079. Then 0081 onwards are based on it with stated changes. Then you have 0003.
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Originally Posted by kazama View Post

With bios 082, im getting cold boot problems with mems, i have trident z rgb 3200 cl14 2x8, correct timmings and voltage.

System start, beeps, auto shut down, auto restart and boot in windows, mems at 2133 cl15. Restart system and mems are at 3200 cl14. Running without problems.

Is there any fix? may 083 bios fix this? i try to find a solution, but is difficult to find something in 1000+ pages.

What Ram voltage are you using? I can replicate cold boot issue when I set the Ram voltage to high. For me the Sweet spot is 1.35-1.375v.

I'm also using vsoc @ 1.15v

Give it a try if you have set your dram voltage to high!!
post #11095 of 17390
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

OK, that is a concern as I noticed this yesterday:


Only 1 stick tho, other one is fine.

System seems to be a-OK, plus this only happens on CPU-Z; HWiNFO shows all SPD's on both sticks as perfectly fine.

Looks like a weird XMP profile.
Me and some others got weird SPD ext. Values. Mine was set on XMP 0.0
post #11096 of 17390
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Originally Posted by Naeem View Post

wich one of these BIOS is latest ?


BIOS
BIOS 0083 0081 + "2T" DRAM mode
BIOS 0082 0081 + specific DRAM patches
BIOS 0081 0079 + ProcODT = 53.3 ohm
BIOS 0079 AGESA 1004a test version, with bugfixes
BIOS 1002 Fixes a few bugs in 1001. No improvement in performance or overclocking range.
BIOS 1001 (DRAM 1T mode) Restore defaults before flashing, or use USB BIOS Flashback.
BIOS 0038 (DRAM 2T mode) Same as 1001 but DRAM set to 2T mode, better on some systems.
BIOS 0902 First BIOS with fixed "BIOS updating" problems. Superseded by 1001.

0079 and up..

edit: sorry gup, didn't saw you answered this one smile.gif
Edited by majestynl - 4/24/17 at 2:21am
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Calling for more guinea pigs to try ASUS ZenStates 0.2 http://www.mediafire.com/file/ysz1lzvvbd2g14q/ASUS_ZenStates_0.2.zip

Adds Core/Package C-state control and some fixes behind the scenes, for example it now makes sure that the service running is the correct version.

post #11098 of 17390
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Originally Posted by FloppyDrive View Post

Been getting a weird error showing up multiple times in Windows event viewer today:

": The embedded controller (EC) returned data when none was requested. The BIOS might be trying to access the EC without synchronizing with the operating system. This data will be ignored. No further action is necessary; however, you should check with your computer manufacturer for an upgraded BIOS."

I haven't restarted in awhile but I did put the computer to sleep a few time today. BIOS 0083.

When you have a program like Aida64 or HWinfo with the Asus sensors turned on to monitor the VRM, that causes it. Don't worry about it, it's normal.
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do i need to update to 0079 first to get Micocode update or 0083 also had that update ?
    
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UEFI updates are not incremental in the sense you don't need a previous version flashed prior to later version.
Edited by gupsterg - 4/24/17 at 2:50am
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