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post #11111 of 12026 (permalink) Old 03-30-2020, 09:20 AM
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Thanks for replies, so as I understand I should update to the latest BIOS, also can you downgrade to any BIOS version from the latest one? I know that on some ASUS boards you can't downgrade past certain version when they change BIOS file format and stuff.
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post #11112 of 12026 (permalink) Old 03-30-2020, 09:32 AM
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Thanks for replies, so as I understand I should update to the latest BIOS, also can you downgrade to any BIOS version from the latest one? I know that on some ASUS boards you can't downgrade past certain version when they change BIOS file format and stuff.
Yeah, you can downgrade. You just have to flash an old BIOS (waaaaay back in the BIOS versions) and then flash the BIOS you want to use. To do that you use the BIOS Flashback feature with a USB stick.

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post #11113 of 12026 (permalink) Old 03-31-2020, 03:23 AM
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I couldn't answer that. I can't run BCLK above 100 without the CPU getting stuck at around 38 multiplier. Though you may want to try more PLL voltage.
ok added an option in tweakers paradise:
force disable oc mode
to maintain default settings when oc bclk.


https://www.dropbox.com/s/ptgj3y6d6k...-0013.rar?dl=0
you need to do set 3 things for this to work:
force disable oc mode set enable
core performance boost option in main menu set enable
vcore swithc to offset mode auto setting (to prevent vcore being overriden with a manual voltage)

bioses with this option for other boards will follow later.
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post #11114 of 12026 (permalink) Old 03-31-2020, 04:37 AM
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Anyway to customized bios to allow pcie 4.0?

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post #11115 of 12026 (permalink) Old 03-31-2020, 01:18 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by shamino1978 View Post
ok added an option in tweakers paradise:
force disable oc mode
to maintain default settings when oc bclk.


https://www.dropbox.com/s/ptgj3y6d6k...-0013.rar?dl=0
you need to do set 3 things for this to work:
force disable oc mode set enable
core performance boost option in main menu set enable
vcore swithc to offset mode auto setting (to prevent vcore being overriden with a manual voltage)

bioses with this option for other boards will follow later.
Waaaaait. Is this The Shamino?

And is that the only change in that BIOS or is there anything else to play with that is newer than what is in 3004.

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post #11116 of 12026 (permalink) Old 03-31-2020, 02:03 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by shamino1978 View Post
ok added an option in tweakers paradise:
force disable oc mode
to maintain default settings when oc bclk.


https://www.dropbox.com/s/ptgj3y6d6k...-0013.rar?dl=0
you need to do set 3 things for this to work:
force disable oc mode set enable
core performance boost option in main menu set enable
vcore swithc to offset mode auto setting (to prevent vcore being overriden with a manual voltage)

bioses with this option for other boards will follow later.
The fix works to allow for BCLK adjustments and maintaining Core Performance Boost. Many thanks.

First bug or odd behavior I've found is with RAM timings left on Auto. It's only two in particular as they are the only ones I leave set to Auto. I leave them on Auto because each channel is usually set separate of the other and are usually something like 8/2 on one channel and 9/1 on the other channel.
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Quote: Originally Posted by shamino1978 View Post
ok added an option in tweakers paradise:
force disable oc mode
to maintain default settings when oc bclk.


https://www.dropbox.com/s/ptgj3y6d6k...-0013.rar?dl=0
you need to do set 3 things for this to work:
force disable oc mode set enable
core performance boost option in main menu set enable
vcore swithc to offset mode auto setting (to prevent vcore being overriden with a manual voltage)

bioses with this option for other boards will follow later.
This BIOS seems less reliable at booting the same settings from 3004. The new BIOS is behaving the same as if I were trying to boot higher than 1900MHz FCLK on BIOS 3004 showing Q Code 07 or 22.

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I hate how dead this thread is now.

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post #11119 of 12026 (permalink) Old 04-02-2020, 06:31 AM
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we havent had a new bios in over 3 months.
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we havent had a new bios in over 3 months.
Well there is one a few posts up, but it doesn't seem to address anything other than BCLK overclocking and maintaining XFR. Which it does. That and Shamino's post leads me to believe that there will be a new BIOS very soon.

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