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Pretty sure this makes it literally every Asus board but the WS Revo that has had a new BIOS in the last week...
The WS always gets it's stuff 1-2 weeks later. This is a good thing for us, since that means there is more testing that goes into it. Lets just hope they didn't forget about us.. They did mention The WS board will stay in production for 2 years guaranteed, so lets hope that means it will get continuous updates in those 2 years.

Btw, there is more boards that didn't get the update yet, like some H67 boards.
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Thinking update bios 2001.
But I'm Scary
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Thinking update bios 2001.
But I'm Scary
It should be "But I'm scared".

"Scared" is when you are frightened.
"Scary" is when you frighten others.

This is just to help you improve your English, not to insult you.

And I'm also too scared to update the bios
    
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updated, no problems...pll on auto, no probs with sleep yet.

used to have a reboot every 10 sleeps or so on 1850, well see if thats fixed...
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Updated to 2001 also seems the same as 0105 i had before
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It should be "But I'm scared".

"Scared" is when you are frightened.
"Scary" is when you frighten others.

This is just to help you improve your English, not to insult you.

And I'm also too scared to update the bios
Thanks
Sounds like my wife tho~

Thanks again
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I'm still having problems with my rig.... After weeks and weeks of troubleshooting I'm close to giving up on it. I replaced the PSU as suggested and this fixed the 3D graphics BSOD problems, but I still get random BSOD a couple of times a day. I have tried just about everything to figure out what it could be.

Most of the time I don't even get to see the BSOD, it just restarts itself, but I can often spot one coming. For example I notice that Firefox stops responding, then gradually I can't access Task Manager or quit any open programs. After reboot it often "forgets" the order of my drives so I have to set the main boot drive again in BIOS.

I have reinstalled Windows once hoping it would fix it, and run a number of tests according to what I've read on this site. Although no indication as to what the problem could be, I'm pretty sure I have a faulty part but I don't know which one to go back to the store with.

The BSOD stop that I get the most when it's visible is 0x000000F4. Here are some crash dumps that I've uploaded:

http://www.evangelyn.com/diverse/log/070811-5740-01.dmp
http://www.evangelyn.com/diverse/log/071411-6068-01.dmp
http://www.evangelyn.com/diverse/log/071511-7893-01.dmp
http://www.evangelyn.com/diverse/log/073011-5959-01.dmp
http://www.evangelyn.com/diverse/log/081111-5616-01.dmp

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Have you tried using a HDD instead of your SSD? OCZ is known for their countless firmware mess ups.

Also try running Memtest to factor out if your RAM is bad or not.
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Have you tried using a HDD instead of your SSD? OCZ is known for their countless firmware mess ups.

Also try running Memtest to factor out if your RAM is bad or not.
Thanks SimpleTech, I've never really suspected the SSD, will see if I can find a HDD to make a clean install on.
I haven't been able to run memtest as I couldn't get it to work from a startup disk or USB stick for some reason. I've only run the ASUS PC diagnostics and its memory test. I realize it's probably not as valid as memtest so I should probably have a go at trying to run memtest at boot again.

Edit: I've just been over at the OCZ forums and man it's crammed with issues with these drives... Not ever sure I want to spend days doing all that is suggested there and a lot of it even doesn't seem to fix it for people. Is there an SSD drive that I can replace it with that is more reliable?
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Is there an SSD drive that I can replace it with that is more reliable?
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