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post #161 of 167 (permalink) Old 03-16-2019, 08:37 AM
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Actually you can- check ASUS PRIME X470 PRO thread:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/11-a...cesses-40.html

SO this new Update broke all the boards?
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Welp finally was able to downgrade the bios. Had to pull vga and ram and remove cmos battery for a minute and Flashback+ was
able to downgrade to 1.6.

System is much better now since I downgraded.
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1.47 volts is excessive and will definitely degrade the life expectancy and performance of your memory over time.

They comment that b-die memories work well up to 1.50v. I use an 80cm fan on top of it to cool, it's only 40c.

Many models nowadays are sold with 1.45v, so I see why you worry so much.

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They comment that b-die memories work well up to 1.50v. I use an 80cm fan on top of it to cool, it's only 40c.

Many models nowadays are sold with 1.45v, so I see why you worry so much.
Only because it is rated at 1.40 volts at the high XMP frequency. being 5% higher 24/7 will degrade performance slightly over 2 or 3 years.

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Only because it is rated at 1.40 volts at the high XMP frequency. being 5% higher 24/7 will degrade performance slightly over 2 or 3 years.

How do you use 24/7?

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Welp finally was able to downgrade the bios. Had to pull vga and ram and remove cmos battery for a minute and Flashback+ was
able to downgrade to 1.6.

System is much better now since I downgraded.
Was your cmos battery removed during the flashback procedure? Tried to downgrade v17 bios to v15 on my B450 Tomahawk, removed the graphics card, RAM, pulled out cmos battery and reinserted it after a minute. Then tried to flashback, the flashback+ light flashed for 2 seconds then stayed on until I turned off the PC, v17 bios remained.
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Was your cmos battery removed during the flashback procedure? Tried to downgrade v17 bios to v15 on my B450 Tomahawk, removed the graphics card, RAM, pulled out cmos battery and reinserted it after a minute. Then tried to flashback, the flashback+ light flashed for 2 seconds then stayed on until I turned off the PC, v17 bios remained.
I tried both ways with it in and out, with it out it worked. Also make sure nothing else is on the drive and the pc is off. I had that problem also it only flashing for few seconds.
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