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@Kanukio should wait for 24 hours from this post until he/she/it can click the links in this post.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/7jch56t5uohnnbz/CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO-ASUS-9943.zip

If Hynix AFR 4x16GB or Samsung B 4x8GB, you might have more luck with this http://www.mediafire.com/file/2stmu39om14oa6b/CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO-ASUS-9945.zip

That just made my weekend more interesting. Nfe Flashback Video incomming with flashlight this time biggrin.gif
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Can't get my 4x8gb at 3200 14-16-16, like I had with bios 1107 (2666x120).

I managed to run it though at CL12 at 2990 (102x2933). Doing some testing 12-13-13-27. On previous bioses I couldn't even boot at CL12 and 2400
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tried the 2 new BIOS and can't boot with rated speeds frown.gif F9 code whatever i try.

Can run 3200 14-14-14-34 but not the rated 3600 17-18-18-18-38 any suggestions?

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4ghz blacked out at around 45 min. This was the hard fail black screen, not the annoying system still running but display blacks out anyway.

Will back down to 3.975 next.

On those annoying screen blackouts where system is still running, what's the cause of that? I can unplug hdmi and plug it back in and it's fine - still running stress test.

I'd love to eliminate that but not sure exactly what it's wanting. Surely if it was a vcore issue, it would just fail outright?

Soc voltage is 1.15, so shouldn't be that. Just seems to be under heavy load.
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Can someone let me know if they get 4000MHz Ram working on their computer? I just
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tried the 2 new BIOS and can't boot with rated speeds frown.gif F9 code whatever i try.

Can run 3200 14-14-14-34 but not the rated 3600 17-18-18-18-38 any suggestions?


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Stuff your attitude anally. Any SOC voltage above 1.1 v is NOT recommended for 24/7 use. Do you know why it is not recommended lame brain? Because in a years time your cpu will be garbage.

According to your imaginary unicorn?

Even on Auto with the new bios people are getting over 1.1v for SoC. Has nothing to do with degradation. Nice try troll.
    
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According to your imaginary unicorn?

Even on Auto with the new bios people are getting over 1.1v for SoC. Has nothing to do with degradation. Nice try troll.

Go Bluej

 

more meat for the grinder, lol.

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With bios 9945 I can finally run 4 sticks of corsair LPX at 3066MHz (1T). Before I could only manage 2 sticks at 3200 or 4 at 2666 (2T). Also when I was trying to lower procODT it took me a while to realize that the procODT setting under UMC option didn't do anything in my case. The new one found under the DRAM timing control tab did work though.

Quick test:
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So for anyone whose using the new BIOS, have post times and BIOS startup time gotten any faster then 1107-1201? Seems like people are having issues with timings not being as tight as they were on 1201 and below. Id like to stick to tighter timings then looser ones. If it solves my random f9>boot loop errors and POSTs even faster its worth switching, otherwise I'm leaving it alone for now.
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Go Bluej

more meat for the grinder, lol.

I think he's just butt hurt for buying an inferior motherboard and paying the same price as the Crosshair.
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I'm just courious, is that a typo? (somehow i doubt it smile.gif) Anyway, i thought the newest beta versions are 9943 and 9945...

Yup i meant 9943 sorry, guess its a typo for writing that at 5am. thumb.gif
    
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According to your imaginary unicorn?

Even on Auto with the new bios people are getting over 1.1v for SoC. Has nothing to do with degradation. Nice try troll.

Be aware the 1.1V SOC being set on SOC is not down to SMU/CPU determining what is required. I believe it is an "Auto rule" of UEFI based on what RAM strap you pick.
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