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Originally Posted by GrooveIsNow View Post

Was the bios LED still on? If it blinks 3-4 times and stops there is something wrong with the file. Happened to me when I went from 902 to 1002.
I reformatted my USB to FAT32 used the BRenamerl tool found on the support page under Bios utilities, moved it to the USB, downloaded 1107 on to USB
Ran BRenamerl and it renamed the file to CH6.CAP, Cleared CMOS before flashing, hit the button and it worked with no issues.

Be sure that there is nothing else on the usb drive or remove an encryption on it.

Keep us posted



Edit: Pulled all the other USB cables /devices then Bios Flashback suddenly worked! biggrin.gif . I have successfully reverted to 0083.
Edited by residentour - 4/29/17 at 3:53pm
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I'd like to give it a go.
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It is more stable with low voltage

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Nothing works.

Thanks Asus for ruining my weekend. mad.gif

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At risk of going off half cocked, I think it may be time to buy Thaiphoon Burner and stop using Aura or GSKill software.
You should forcibly and with extreme prejudice terminate all traces of both programs including services, running tasks, folders and scheduled tasks. Do this manually. The uninstallers dont uninstall the services. They remain, apparently active, interfering with the SMBUS and slowly killing your RAMs SPD tables.

Then used Thaiphoon Burner to rewrite SPD tables from the online database.

After uninstalling, I reinstalled the GSkill software just to rest the RGB to default then forcibly uninstalled again.

Probably a good idea to use Thaiphoon again after that.

So i have to rewrite the SPD-information with Taiphoon Burner? Really? I checked the SPD Infos. The first and second column were completely undefined now. No another way to relight the Trident Z RGB-Stick? Not cool frown.gif.

Edit:
Newest version of taiphoon burner shows the normal values so it seems okay.
Edited by Raspo - 4/29/17 at 3:45pm
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Thanks for the reply, should I just wait it out then? is their anything you recommend besides just shipping these back? (Not sure if I can by now)

http://www.corsair.com/en-us/vengeance-led-32gb-2-x-16gb-ddr4-dram-3200mhz-c16-memory-kit-white-led-cmu32gx4m2c3200c16

I have the 2x8 kit of those and these won't boot at 3200 either. They boot fine 2933 strap without changing anything else and i can get them to 3167 or something with the 2933 strap and bclk to 108 i think it was. Wating for May update smile.gif
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Edit: Pulled all the other USB cables /devices then Bios Flashback suddenly worked! biggrin.gif . I have successfully reverted to 0083.
Edited by residentour - 4/29/17 at 3:53pm
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Anyone else noticed DRAM overvolting under load? I have a 1800X with 2x 8GByte G.Skill with Samsung B-Die. I have set DRAM voltage to 1.35 and VTTDDR to 0.68v. However under load I see my DRAM voltage overvolting to 1.373v with the minimum at 1.330v. Just wondering if that is normal.
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Anyone else noticed DRAM overvolting under load? I have a 1800X with 2x 8GByte G.Skill with Samsung B-Die. I have set DRAM voltage to 1.35 and VTTDDR to 0.68v. However under load I see my DRAM voltage overvolting to 1.373v with the minimum at 1.330v. Just wondering if that is normal.

What are you using to measure? Using the ProbeIT points there is no fluctuation here.
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Originally Posted by Raspo View Post


So i have to rewrite the SPD-information with Taiphoon Burner? Really? I checked the SPD Infos. The first and second column were completely undefined now. No another way to relight the Trident Z RGB-Stick? Not cool frown.gif.


No, I think you can "relight" using set default in GSkill RGB, just that whenever you run it, it can damage the SPD infos.

But this implies uninstalling aura totally so it does not prevent GSKill from loading.

The only software I know of that can repair the tables is T.B. There may be other software.

 

The Gskill forum has some instructrions.


Edited by dorbot - 4/29/17 at 3:40pm
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