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post #15911 of 43570 (permalink) Old 05-19-2017, 05:33 PM
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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

I'm happily on 0082 patiently waiting for the big one. I know there are people that love tinkering and I have installed all the betas up to my current one. I updated all the time for myself, for others and for you guys at HQ, I actually enjoy the guinea pig approach lol (i know it makes some people angry a dropping a large packet on premium products that aren't up to scratch at launch but hey ho biggrin.gif ). But now that I know there is a major update imminent, I don't personally feel the need to bother because when 1xxx turns up it makes all the effort between now and then pointless, at my end because the update is going to be so significant (relative to the bread crumb trail that you have been so courteously providing us).

So my question is, these last updates and anything else you may possibly provide before the big drop, should everyone install them because there are still bugs that need to be found to further improve 1xxx or is this just whetting everyone's appetite who keep badgering you every week for more betas? I'll be happy to update the BIOS if it's considered helpful but at my end i'm patiently waiting happily stable albeit not optimised.


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Scratch that, I'm too tempted now that it's in my face! haha just going to eat a big slice of contradiction pie. Thanks again.



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I´m off to flash the new UEFI. biggrin.gif
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It does not fluctuate at all. Super Flower have perfect 12V and solid 3.3V, this is why I bought it smile.gif. This is the diagram generated by OCCT:


I know super flower is really good, just wanted a HWinfo64 reading that was not run in the last minutes of the test.

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yep, memos at 2133 or 3200, touched and untouched... with all stock, or OC, shutdown without touching anything
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check ALL power connections and ram slots... tabs up? (in fact, reinsert each) and as mentioned... make sure there is no FOD fouling the board. Your PSU shoudl be fine, if it is functioning correctly.
After checking and firming-up every power connection, clrcmos, change nothing else and post to bios verify that the corect amount of ram is shown... still doing "blackouts? If yes, try only one stick of ram (maybe a bad stick?).
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I had some sudden shutdown with my older DFI motherboard in NF4 days, it turned out to be a standoff in the case, I had 10 standoffs, 9 should be there and a forgotten 1 that did short the board. I remember that every time I hear something regrading sudden shutdown.
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You can see my REFCLK, core multiplier and frequency, RAM multiplier (strap), timings and frequency, Vcore, Vsoc, VDDP, PLL, DRAM in there. Additionally you might want to know that my DRAM boot voltage is 1.4 V. That's it. Everything you do not see in there was not changed in BIOS: LLC, phase control, other voltages and everything else apart from (P0 state and) fan profiles is stock.

So effectively HWinfo is telling you everything.
can you tell what bios settings (LLC, power levels.. etc) I'm using from this? What p-states are you using with that BCLK?


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ohh!!!! a bird or a CH6 bios? jejeje please @elmor, tell me that is new bios, coold bug is history and my system is now stable...

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OMG a 4000 MHz bios option!!!!!!!!! biggrin.gif

I am going to be busy, busy, busy, thx to ELMOR!

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I have tested two sticks, 1 by 1, and pass all test..bios shows 16 gb ram, all ok.. I have been playing 6H on Doom...I have finished the game Buajajajaja!! The psu was my psu in my other PC and works fine. I need a madure bios..

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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

Which one is recommended for 4x16GB Sammy B? Thanks!

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OMG a 4000 MHz bios option!!!!!!!!! biggrin.gif

I am going to be busy, busy, busy, thx to ELMOR!
POst back with how it does! thumb.gif

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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

Which one is recommended for 4x16GB Sammy B? Thanks!

If you are not Hynix AFR 4x16GB or Samsung B 4x8GB then i'd say the first one tongue.gif



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