Have been using it for three weeks now, so it has been tested a lot. A lot of the changes with latest AGESA v188.8.131.52 seems to be related to memory controller, so try increasing tRDRD_SCL and tWRWR_SCL to 3 or 4 clocks if you stability issues. Set tCKE to 8 clocks when running at 3200MT/s and 9 clocks if running higher than 3200MT/s. Last advice is to set the tWRRD timing as ½ of tRDWR. Aside from tCKE, the changes are made to IMC timings.
Let me know if you have an E-die based pair of RAM and want a working and fine tuned profile and I will post the profile I'm using now.
There is no change to flashing methods beside changes to file names, so the instructions are the same.
Link to F23.M2: http://www.mediafire.com/file/jkl14q....zip/file/file
Extract the zip file and move the extracted folder to the root of a FAT32 formatted USB stick.
: Make sure that your motherboard is set to "Single BIOS mode". Flashing BIOS is risky, so make sure that you are only using 1 BIOS to flash, so you can recover the motherboard if a flash goes bad.
How to flash:
- Choose "Update BIOS"
- Browse to F23M2 folder, hit "Enter" and choose the file F23.M2
- Hit "Enter" to flash
Use the following commands hitting "Enter" after each command:
This takes care of the flashing process using Gigabyte's own Efiflash utility.
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