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Question: Do we need to clear OC settings every time we flash new BIOS?
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Question: Do we need to clear OC settings every time we flash new BIOS?

No
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Question: Do we need to clear OC settings every time we flash new BIOS?

It's recommended to do full Clear Cmos. You shouldn't load your OC profiles from other bios' versions, cause it might have wrong settings for a new one.
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It's recommended to do full Clear Cmos. You shouldn't load your OC profiles from other bios' versions, cause it might have wrong settings for a new one.

Recommended by what? Previous profiles flat out dont work with a different BIOS (you cant load them).
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0081 is a 1T BIOS, 0083 is a 2T BIOS. 0083 might work better for you.

Thanks for the suggestion, still the same issue though. :-(
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Well... i managed to boot 4 sticks with 3200 strap and 109.4 bclk for 3500mhz ram into windows... but thats not at all stable. Didn't have chance to do much before BSOD, and ended up having to reininstall some stuff after corruption from prior attempts with BSOD's frown.gif. I'll just stick with what i got until the next Ram compatibility update from AMD.

What is the best frequency and timings you have run successfully with four sticks without resorting to a bclk increase from stock?
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What is Asus waiting for with this new bios? SO glad I spent a ridiculous amount of money on their flagship motherboard that doesn't even have a new bios release when every other motherboard vendor already has and even Asus does for the cheaper boards like Prime. This is all well and nice for the alpha testers and tinkerers to be playing with these 79, 80, 81, 82 ALPHA bioses, but come on, I need a STABLE 24/7 computer. That is why I bought all premium parts. Crosshair should be getting MORE official bios updates than any other board period. Ram is not stable on these boards without voodoo magic and spending days in the bios. I am not willing to spend days stress testing ddr4 at every speed and latency for 4 different alpha bioses. Just put out an official bios with 1T/2T in it and get rid of the 127 settings we DON'T need or shouldn't touch.
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1700X / G.Skill RipjawsV CL14 3.2 > I'm on 0082 @ 3.91GHz and 3200MHz atm. Trying to set up Windows first as I had some typical Windows issue with Start Menu (CCleaner seemed to fix the pinning issue at whole Start Menu).
I haven't had the time to test any games or anything else. Will report later.
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What is Asus waiting for with this new bios? SO glad I spent a ridiculous amount of money on their flagship motherboard that doesn't even have a new bios release when every other motherboard vendor already has and even Asus does for the cheaper boards like Prime. This is all well and nice for the alpha testers and tinkerers to be playing with these 79, 80, 81, 82 ALPHA bioses, but come on, I need a STABLE 24/7 computer. That is why I bought all premium parts. Crosshair should be getting MORE official bios updates than any other board period. Ram is not stable on these boards without voodoo magic and spending days in the bios. I am not willing to spend days stress testing ddr4 at every speed and latency for 4 different alpha bioses. Just put out an official bios with 1T/2T in it and get rid of the 127 settings we DON'T need or shouldn't touch.
Are you serious? This is the only board that seem to have a lot of BIOS updates going on with a really good progress. And these are OFFICIAL.... doh.gif
Edited by OnSync - 4/12/17 at 3:00pm
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Cannot wait for Vega. Just did a quick encoding test with Afterburner and VidCoder (handbrake). on the new Superposition benchmark.
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Originally Posted by hotstocks View Post

What is Asus waiting for with this new bios? SO glad I spent a ridiculous amount of money on their flagship motherboard that doesn't even have a new bios release when every other motherboard vendor already has and even Asus does for the cheaper boards like Prime. This is all well and nice for the alpha testers and tinkerers to be playing with these 79, 80, 81, 82 ALPHA bioses, but come on, I need a STABLE 24/7 computer. That is why I bought all premium parts. Crosshair should be getting MORE official bios updates than any other board period. Ram is not stable on these boards without voodoo magic and spending days in the bios. I am not willing to spend days stress testing ddr4 at every speed and latency for 4 different alpha bioses. Just put out an official bios with 1T/2T in it and get rid of the 127 settings we DON'T need or shouldn't touch.

Well i for one agree with this post...
This is a very expensive hardware, that was sold to us like a beta product...
This should not happen... EVER period... One thing is releasing bios improving upon a workable product...
Another thing is getting a product that don´t work as it should...

I for one im sick tired of the instabilities on the product...
Im going to sell this board and get an less expensive one... Why pay 300€ for a product that works almost as a 150€ product?...

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