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post #1961 of 3207 (permalink) Old 12-11-2017, 08:57 AM
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Latest Beta BIOS with additional Fan fixes based off of 0804 Final can now be downloaded from the OP Here: https://www.overclock.net/t/1642825/asus-x399-the-rog-zenith-extreme-a-complaint-bug-tracking-thread/0_50#post_26468680



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post #1962 of 3207 (permalink) Old 12-11-2017, 10:08 AM
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Latest Beta BIOS with additional Fan fixes based off of 0804 Final can now be downloaded from the OP Here: https://www.overclock.net/t/1642825/asus-x399-the-rog-zenith-extreme-a-complaint-bug-tracking-thread/0_50#post_26468680
Good news! Would it be worth a try also for memory related issues?
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Latest Beta BIOS with additional Fan fixes based off of 0804 Final can now be downloaded from the OP Here: https://www.overclock.net/t/1642825/asus-x399-the-rog-zenith-extreme-a-complaint-bug-tracking-thread/0_50#post_26468680

UEFI released after 0801 that does not contains support for NVMe RAID is a pure embarrassment for ASUS.
NVMe RAID did work in 0801 (bootable), why are these releases based on older code that does not contain this?
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Latest Beta BIOS with additional Fan fixes based off of 0804 Final can now be downloaded from the OP Here: https://www.overclock.net/t/1642825/asus-x399-the-rog-zenith-extreme-a-complaint-bug-tracking-thread/0_50#post_26468680

UEFI released after 0801 that does not contains support for NVMe RAID is a pure embarrassment for ASUS.
NVMe RAID did work in 0801 (bootable), why are these releases based on older code that does not contain this?

AMD apparently has not supplied Asus with and updated RAID module for the updated BIOS. It is really bad for sure, hopefully a remedy will be forthcoming both from AMD and Asus.


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AMD apparently has not supplied Asus with and updated RAID module for the updated BIOS. It is really bad for sure, hopefully a remedy will be forthcoming both from AMD and Asus.

I do not quite understand it. Seems like some misunderstanding here or I'm lost.

@elmor's explanation seems say the updated version is not compatible with current arrays, that's fine, one would simply detele current array and create a new one under such new version. But what we are seeing is different as no option for raid is visible at all in the BIOS.

Your interpretation @ENTERPRISE on the other hand is different than mine as you understood it as something is missing from AMD side.

Asrock is on the latest AGESA and have raid available, how exactly is ASUS not having something from AMD when they are on previous software base code?

Don´t get it.
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AMD apparently has not supplied Asus with and updated RAID module for the updated BIOS. It is really bad for sure, hopefully a remedy will be forthcoming both from AMD and Asus.

I do not quite understand it. Seems like some misunderstanding here or I'm lost.

@elmor's explanation seems say the updated version is not compatible with current arrays, that's fine, one would simply detele current array and create a new one under such new version. But what we are seeing is different as no option for raid is visible at all in the BIOS.

Your interpretation @ENTERPRISE on the other hand is different than mine as you understood it as something is missing from AMD side.

Asrock is on the latest AGESA and have raid available, now exactly is ASUS not having something from AMD when they are on previous software base code?

Don´t get it.

Perhaps elmor can shed some light but from what I understand Nvme RAID is simply broken. I have no idea either as to Asrocks situation vs Asus. All I know is we are still rocking old AGESA which should not be the case.

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This may seem like a stupid question but does anyone know of a way (other than taping over the LEDs) to disable the two LEDs on the DIMM.2 card?

It is massively annoying, if they weren't going to make an option to turn the damned things off, they could have at least made it RGB rolleyes.gif
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This may seem like a stupid question but does anyone know of a way (other than taping over the LEDs) to disable the two LEDs on the DIMM.2 card?

It is massively annoying, if they weren't going to make an option to turn the damned things off, they could have at least made it RGB rolleyes.gif

just update to 804 killed all the lights on my board
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just update to 804 killed all the lights on my board

Thanks but I'm not looking to get rid of the Aura LEDs.
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