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post #3791 of 4463 (permalink) Old 07-21-2019, 07:26 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
I had no problems flashing it with regular EFIflash.
I just ran efiflash f10amod.f10 /x
like usual, after renaming the file
Anything interesting in the F10a bios ?

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post #3792 of 4463 (permalink) Old 07-21-2019, 07:38 PM
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Anything interesting in the F10a bios ?
No.

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Anything interesting in the F10a bios ?
It flashed when I changed the extension to .F10 instead of .F10a.

And I'm GSAT stable at 4200 17-17-17-38 2T whereas before I had to be 17-18-18-39 2T with the F9 BIOS.

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F10a BIOS for the Aorus Master with the latest microcode, RST firmware and Intel Ethernet firmware.

Make a FreeDOS USB with included RUFUS. Put BIOS and efiflash.exe onto the USB after making it.



Boot into BIOS. Hit F7 to load BIOS defaults, F10 to save and reboot. As it reboots, hit F12 and boot from the USB NOT UEFI.

When it boots into DOS, type
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efiflash 1.f10 /x
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Quote: Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post
F10a BIOS for the Aorus Master with the latest microcode, RST firmware and Intel Ethernet firmware.

Make a FreeDOS USB with included RUFUS. Put BIOS and efiflash.exe onto the USB after making it.



Boot into BIOS. Hit F7 to load BIOS defaults, F10 to save and reboot. As it reboots, hit F12 and boot from the USB NOT UEFI.

When it boots into DOS, type
Code:
efiflash 1.f10 /x
You sure that isn't just placebo or you didn't change some other voltages?
I remember the last time you said something was different you had the voltages set wrong
Did you doublecheck and then do a side by side comparison to be sure? DDR VTT (Termintion?) or anything else?
That's a pretty bizarre difference for tRCD and tRAS to be decreased by 1 on the same voltage.

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You sure that isn't just placebo or you didn't change some other voltages?
I remember the last time you said something was different you had the voltages set wrong
Did you doublecheck and then do a side by side comparison to be sure? DDR VTT (Termintion?) or anything else?
That's a pretty bizarre difference for tRCD and tRAS to be decreased by 1 on the same voltage.
I just booted into the BIOS and checked. Everything exactly the same. Even getting better second and third timings too.

tREFIx9 was at 128, tXSDLL was at 1024, tRFC was at 374, and my 6-4 timings were at 7-4.




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I just booted into the BIOS and checked. Everything exactly the same. Even getting better second and third timings too.

tREFIx9 was at 128, tXSDLL was at 1024, tRFC was at 374, and my 6-4 timings were at 7-4.



Did you check your memory bandwidth scores in AIDA64 to compare them?

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Did you check your memory bandwidth scores in AIDA64 to compare them?
Not 100% tested that tREFI is stable on the 4133Mhz though.




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Both are GSAT stable.




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At least it worked for you @KedarWolf !

I reported Gigabyte that I was still having the issues and they just answered me saying "bad luack pal, in our system works well" (well, not with same words but same meaning) and I got really upset when I realised that they used the freq. and timings they wanted instead the rated specs of the RAM Kit, this is a screenshot they sent me as "poof":

https://www.overclock.net/forum/atta...282722&thumb=1

They used 4200MHz 18-19-19-39 instead of 4000 17-17-17-37 as they should have done, seiously I'm very pissed off with Gigabyte right now...

I'll have wait to CaseKing answer.
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