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post #45011 of 45075 (permalink) Old 06-29-2020, 07:47 AM
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Is there any point upgrading from 7704 with a 3700X?
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post #45012 of 45075 (permalink) Old 06-29-2020, 08:18 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by BoMbY View Post
I'm pretty sure the partitions and filenames have been correct. So far I've tried a old 500 MB USB1 drive, and an old 4GB USB2 drive. I guess I could try again with a 128GB USB3 drive. That's about all that I've left, that's not broken, or lost.
Hmm, now that you mention it, at one point I did manually do a BIOS update using 1usmus' method. After that in addition redoing my USB drive, it started working. Hmmm.



Quote: Originally Posted by SimpleTech View Post
7803 is now officially on ASUS' site. I think it's newer than the one posted here (will need to double-check).

https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/m...-ASUS-7803.zip

https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/m...-ASUS-7803.zip

https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/m...-ASUS-7803.zip



They're identical too for the C6H.

At least we already know the bugs in there (CSM related bug comes to mind, that's a pretty big one to be in an official release)

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Quote: Originally Posted by Dr. Vodka View Post
Hmm, now that you mention it, at one point I did manually do a BIOS update using 1usmus' method. After that in addition redoing my USB drive, it started working. Hmmm.








They're identical too for the C6H.

At least we already know the bugs in there (CSM related bug comes to mind, that's a pretty big one to be in an official release)
I expect nothing less than to issue a buggy bios from good ole ASUS.

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post #45014 of 45075 (permalink) Old 06-29-2020, 12:21 PM
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Has anyone answered the question if this has an updated AGESA from the previous version from December?


I'm also not seeing the BIOS reflected on the Asus website yet.
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Has anyone answered the question if this has an updated AGESA from the previous version from December?

I'm also not seeing the BIOS reflected on the Asus website yet.

7803 uses AGESA ComboPI 1.0.0.6.


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I can't restore bios settings, error code 36.

Set params again, same values, boot fine.

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Updated with 7803 bios without issue, boots fine. Running ram at 3600 MHz but have not tightened up the timings yet.

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With a little initial tweaking I am getting 7336 on Cinebench R20, and so far all is stable, so 7803 seems like a good bet.

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Quote: Originally Posted by pipould View Post
I can't restore bios settings, error code 36.

Set params again, same values, boot fine.

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Have you enabled CSM after you restoring your profile? CSM disabled causes the 3B post code, it's a known bug with 7803.
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Quote: Originally Posted by pipould View Post
I can't restore bios settings, error code 36.

Set params again, same values, boot fine.

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Same issue on my C6E with 2700X, post code 34 after upgrading BIOS from 7704 to 7803, restarting, loading saved BIOS profile settings from usb stick and restarting to post code 34 (I have to clear CMOS so I can access BIOS again)

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Have you enabled CSM after you restoring your profile? CSM disabled causes the 3B post code, it's a known bug with 7803.
Does it need to be enabled all the time? Will enabling it cause any issues?

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