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Originally Posted by h2323 View Post

CROSSHAIR VI HERO BIOS 1106 is available.

What are the differences compared to the beta bios's included on this forum?

I encourage everyone to simply search the thread when a new BIOS is released, then read the search results before posting. It could save at least 4-5 pages of this monstrous thread.


Just click "search this thread" at the top and put in : 1106. You will get your answer.
post #12392 of 17024
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Originally Posted by y0bailey View Post

I encourage everyone to simply search the thread when a new BIOS is released, then read the search results before posting. It could save at least 4-5 pages of this monstrous thread.


Just click "search this thread" at the top and put in : 1106. You will get your answer.

Yes thanks, actually did look through some, seems its a bit of an unknown and really a valid topic to continue as it is still developing. Lots of unanswered questions, I'll put some time into vs what I have now, 0003.
post #12393 of 17024
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Originally Posted by h2323 View Post

Yes thanks, actually did look through some, seems its a bit of an unknown and really a valid topic to continue as it is still developing. Lots of unanswered questions, I'll put some time into vs what I have now, 0003.

into using 1106? dont, you wont be able to do much with it.
post #12394 of 17024
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

Thats almost impossible. If it is, you broke the world record with lowest voltage @ 4ghz. smile.gif

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DIY water cooler? biggrin.gif
post #12396 of 17024
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1106 has not been patched, if it was it would have a version number update. I don't know why it's showing up again. Can you send me links and screenshots by PM and I'll try to get it down.
post #12397 of 17024
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Originally Posted by elmor View Post

1106 is not fixed, I don't know why it's showing up again. Can you send me links and screenshots by PM and I'll try to get it down.

Here you go Elmor taken right from https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/ROG-CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO/HelpDesk_Download/

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM4/CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO/CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO-ASUS-1106.zip?_ga=1.13736179.511373706.1492793968
    
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post #12398 of 17024
Hurray!
My memory modules arrived, popped them in and fired it up. No issues. trained up to 3200 MHz at stock timings, then tightened to 14 based timing. Again no issues. Did a shutdown, shut off power supply, and rebooted - hiccuped and was back to 2133. Bumped dram volts and dram boot volts to 1.4 from 1.375. Tried again, no issues.


This is the best timings I have had with this rig. The biggest change though is not having to go through torture to get back to a boot with the corrupted SPD issues I was having. Boot times decreased too. Very snappy now. My poor bios was going through boot hell trying to function before.

Needless to say I'm a happy camper. biggrin.gif



This is going to make things so much easier to deal with. Now I need to try out the P-state application elmor wrote. Have to read back up too see what I need to do.
post #12399 of 17024
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Originally Posted by Benus74 View Post

What is you DRAM voltage? you'll have to make sure to put the advertised voltage for your kit, in my case 1.35V.
Also, make sure to set your VDDSOC to at least 0.95V as it helps for memory training.
Some of the more guru guys here will tell you 0.95V is not much and you could go to the 1.15V but I'm kind of trying to keep my voltages as low as possible.

If 0.95V VDDSOC, and 1.35V VDRAM works, then after you can try lowering your voltages step by step, but make sure to first run some memory stress test to make sure it works.
You can find more details about memory stress testing for Ryzen in this post: http://www.overclock.net/t/1628751/official-amd-ryzen-ddr4-24-7-memory-stability-thread

Let me know if it helps, I'll also edit my post to add information about the voltage.

My current RAM-related settings are

2 x 16GB CMK32GX4M2B3000C15 (Corsair LPX 3000Mhz RAM)
DRAM: 1.35V
SOC: 1.10V
Speed: 2933Mhz
Timings: 18-18-18-18-38

I've tried increasing the SOC Voltage but that didn't help with tightening the timings for me so I guess I'm stuck with 18-18-18-18-38.
post #12400 of 17024
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Originally Posted by elmor View Post

1106 has not been patched, if it was it would have a version number update. I don't know why it's showing up again. Can you send me links and screenshots by PM and I'll try to get it down.

EDIT: Never mind, points to same link as what blue posted
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