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post #1141 of 1204 (permalink) Old 09-18-2019, 11:08 AM
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Just an FYI we should have ABBA out by end of month, probably sooner
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Just an FYI we should have ABBA out by end of month, probably sooner
So F42b isn't ABBA?

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So F42b isn't ABBA?
Not sure where that came from, its possible. Latest I have is 42A.
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Just an FYI we should have ABBA out by end of month, probably sooner
Thanks Matt. Do you know if this new version will fix the WHEA correctable errors that were not resolved in the latest 42A release?
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It seems so. Boost is slightly better as compared to AB and ABB versions, but still not up to SMU v37:
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Thanks Matt. Do you know if this new version will fix the WHEA correctable errors that were not resolved in the latest 42A release?
Should be - it was fixed on X570 already. Typically fixes on X570 get ported over, so it be packaged together with ABBA.
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Hot off the press....just finished benching F42b....I try to do all the bios testing the same....

Note that I have changed the ram speed from 3466 to 3666. Also note that I could not find the original file that I used for Handbrake, so I didn't run it. I may add the games to it tomorrow if I get time.

Also WHEA errors are in fact gone in the bios version.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Hequaqua View Post
Hot off the press....just finished benching F42b....I try to do all the bios testing the same....

Note that I have changed the ram speed from 3466 to 3666. Also note that I could not find the original file that I used for Handbrake, so I didn't run it. I may add the games to it tomorrow if I get time.

Also WHEA errors are in fact gone in the bios version.

3700X Bios Testing F40/F41/F41a/F41c/F42a/F42b
Have read your chart, seems to get better to use F42b bios, thanks.
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Guys I’ve installed my nvme m2 ssd. I have a question though.

The motherboard manual says in its box are included screw(s) and standoff (s) for m2 ssd but I only found one screw and one standoff. Each one in a little plastic bag by itself.

How am I supposed to install a second m2 ssd?

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I got 2 stand-offs and 2 screws (each in separate bag) for rev 1.0.

You don't need stand-off when plugging 22110 M.2 into longer slot or 2280 M.2 into shorter slot.
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