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Size of the unpacked file is larger than the one available here on the forum........Do not see it as official on the ASUS support site..........

Hope it's not another accident like the previous "bad" bios release. Eeek. Hope Elmor or Raja see this and can confirm.
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Hope it's not another accident like the previous "bad" bios release. Eeek. Hope Elmor or Raja see this and can confirm.

Pretty much ALL the BIOSes are 16mb once unzipped, the zip size doesnt matter. If it was a different BIOS it would have a different number. Pretty sure this is the same one that we already have installed and running fabulously.
    
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Hope it's not another accident like the previous "bad" bios release. Eeek. Hope Elmor or Raja see this and can confirm.

I just finished setting up my new C6H on the bench and was ready to boot it for the first time when I seen this........for now I am going to wait for Elmor or Raja to chime in......I just finished checking the ROG forums as well as the ASUS support forums and do not see anything about this new official 1107.....
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I just finished setting up my new C6H on the bench and was ready to boot it for the first time when I seen this........for now I am going to wait for Elmor or Raja to chime in......I just finished checking the ROG forums as well as the ASUS support forums and do not see anything about this new official 1107.....

Read above, 1107 is just a fixed 1106, we used it to make sure things worked and they did so its now made official. The file size is the same i just downloaded it and unzipped it, still 16mb.
    
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I just finished setting up my new C6H on the bench and was ready to boot it for the first time when I seen this........for now I am going to wait for Elmor or Raja to chime in......I just finished checking the ROG forums as well as the ASUS support forums and do not see anything about this new official 1107.....

1106 had been put up on the official Asus page and then taken down due to bugs. 1107 is a fixed version of 1106. Since 1106 was ready to be "official", 1107 certainly is.
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Read above, 1107 is just a fixed 1106, we used it to make sure things worked and they did so its now made official. The file size is the same i just downloaded it and unzipped it, still 16mb.

Yea, I just checked both unzipped files again and they are the same size in bytes........guess it was just my old eyes messing with me......

Would still feel better if the "New Official" was coming from ASUS via Raja or Elmor....
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Originally Posted by bikerkip View Post

Yea, I just checked both unzipped files again and they are the same size in bytes........guess it was just my old eyes messing with me......

Would still feel better if the "New Official" was coming from ASUS via Raja or Elmor....

You are spoiled...normally the official support page is where you get BIOS updates. If you prefer, you can go to the top post in this thread to get the Elmor-provided version of 1107.
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Originally Posted by Targonis View Post

You are spoiled...normally the official support page is where you get BIOS updates. If you prefer, you can go to the top post in this thread to get the Elmor-provided version of 1107.

LOL spoiled be me.......

I did get the version from the 1st post of this monster thread......I am going to use it, booting the new board right now.......Thanks
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Yes, your CPU should be fine. What cooler are you using on your 1800X, and what speed do you have your CPU set at? I am running a Corsair H110i for cooling and I have yet to hit even 60 degrees on my CPU at 3.85GHz. I would be running at 4GHz, except that the fans that come with the Corsair get a bit loud. I will replace them once I have Vega pre-ordered(I don't want to be short the $50 the fans might cost me).

I have an experimental build using the Nofan CR-95C passive cpu cooler (had to saw the ram sticks, and sand the mobo to get it to fit, and also buy bracket/backplate for AM3) and I have it all at default, with stock speeds (3.6GHz).

Presumably, my choice of cooler makes the cpu more hot than it would otherwise, but I was hoping I could work with this. I just find it confusing that the computer shuts down when the cpu temp is near 70 deg C (iirc) and when the cpu socket temp is 73-75 deg C (both when during stress testing). There seem to be a temp limit and I don't know what to do with it.

I don't understand why the cpu socket temp is so high if the cpu temp is lower than socket temp.

I'll try liquid metal TIM, a 60x60x10mm fan on the backside of the motherboard, and some better case fans.
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Finally. After sooo many attempts, it booted. I even went above 3200mhz.

prime tested for more than an hour at it looks nice
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