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post #1511 of 1552 (permalink) Old 09-11-2019, 02:39 AM
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With the latest 5214 BIOS when I edit it with AMIBCP and save it says "Saving secure rom as unsigned"

This is the first BIOS that has given this message.

Is it still possible to flash unsigned BIOS?
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With the latest 5214 BIOS when I edit it with AMIBCP and save it says "Saving secure rom as unsigned"

This is the first BIOS that has given this message.

Is it still possible to flash unsigned BIOS?
if it 16 MB then yes you can if it 32 mb then no you can't. Follow the procedures in the first post for 16 MB

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Any benefits to using one of these new bios' if you have a 2700x?

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Any benefits to using one of these new bios' if you have a 2700x?
I would say no and possible to make system unstable.
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Provide link to UEFI you'd like SMU FW mod, I will do and give txt on how it was done.
Any luck that you would do this one for the Gigabyte x470 Gaming Wifi 7? I would greatly appreciate it.

https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard...upport-dl-bios (version 42a)

http://download.gigabyte.us/FileList...-wifi_f42a.zip
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The B350-F got a bios update.

Has anybody tried it out? Was there any improvement? Does the 15.9 GB bug still exist?

Details on it are referenced below.

ROG STRIX B350-F GAMING BIOS 5216

Improve system performance.

Update AM4 Combo PI 1.0.0.3 Patch ABB

Fixes a compatibility issue with Destiny 2

Fixes an issue with certain Linux distros

Removes Gen 4 support when using Ryzen 3000 CPUs

Improves EZFlash performance to reduce boot time.

It can be downloaded at the link below:

https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/m...-ASUS-5216.zip
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Probably better to discuss that in your motherboard thread. The update seems good though. The Boot time (post time) decrease is noticable. The performance is fine. The boost isn't as good as 5007/5008 but that can be worked around using the scalar. A small amount of RAM is reserved by hardware devices it's normal to have -100MB if thats what you mean by 15.9GB bug.

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Probably better to discuss that in your motherboard thread. The update seems good though. The Boot time (post time) decrease is noticable. The performance is fine. The boost isn't as good as 5007/5008 but that can be worked around using the scalar. A small amount of RAM is reserved by hardware devices it's normal to have -100MB if thats what you mean by 15.9GB bug.
When you select system properties under windows 10 it shows 16GB of RAM as installed RAM for earlier bios editions until AGESA 1.0.0.3. From that point on it's says 15.9GB, so I'm curious to know why now does it display 15.9GB? Are you saying that Windows 10 never correctly read the ram value until AGESA 1.0.0.3 came on the scene? I will also note that Windows 7 still reads installed RAM as 16GB even with the new AGESA.
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I think it has always showed 31.9GB for me in task manager/Total Memory.

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