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post #4831 of 4982 (permalink) Old 11-08-2019, 03:30 PM
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New F10b mod (based on latest Kedarwolf mod) with the latest GOP 1096, RaidEfi 17.8.0.4414, and Intel Boot Agent 0.1.16, along with HEX edition to allow easier flashing.


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Quote: Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
Doesn't your Xtreme have USB Bios flashback, where you can flash a bios just by inserting a USB drive? I don't know if that works if the active BIOS is corrupted though.
I'm assuming 'hot switching' doesn't work on the Extreme either (no one has posted if it does or not--the number of people on this thread who have Aorus Xtremes can be counted on one hand. Yes, one hand).
Yeah, it's called Q-Flash.

Anyway I found this in the owner's manual (using Q-Flash Plus)….

"After the main BIOS is flashed, the system will reboot automatically and then DualBIOS™ will continue to update the backup BIOS. After completion, the system will reboot again and boot from the main BIOS for normal operation." So that sounds like both BIOS' get flashed during a firmware update.

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Here's F10b for the Master, with GOP v1096, RST EFIRaidDriver and RST RAID ROM v17.7.0.4404, and Intel Boot Agent v0.1.16.

RST RAID ROM v17.8.0.4414 isn't available yet.

https://www.win-raid.com/t19f13-Inte....html#msg96781

"As long as no Intel v17.8 series RST drivers are available, it doesn't make much sense to update the Intel RAID BIOS modules to a version of the v17.8 development branch.
The Intel RST drivers are regarding the BIOS RAID modules backwards compatible, but you may run into a problem if the in-use RAID driver belongs to a lower development branch than the related Intel RAID BIOS module."

Edit: Long week, tired, I'll update XTreme, Pro etc. soon.
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Not probable, have tried lots of driver/firms without an issue when the versions are close between them. In fact, the most of users just update drivers and they don't usually come in trouble.

In regards to OROM, Fernando also said it could be not released. We also know this OROM's are not used in UEFI mode, so not worthy, yet I prefer to have all the modules updated to the same version.

Sometimes I feel we have a competition here, instead of helping each other... Don't understand it.

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Quote: Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post
Not probable, have tried lots of driver/firms without an issue when the versions are close between them. In fact, the most of users just update drivers and they don't usually come in trouble.

In regards to OROM, Fernando also said it could be not released. We also know this OROM's are not used in UEFI mode, so not worthy, yet I prefer to have all the modules updated to the same version.

Sometimes I feel we have a competition here, instead of helping each other... Don't understand it.
I just prefer to wait until matching versions are available is all. And I think it's the best policy for RST firmware. That quote I posted is from Fernando.

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I finally had some time to push this balistix sport kit a little higher. Its now at 3733mhz 16-19-19-40 2t 520trfc 1.42v.

I think that's it on the frequency headroom. Maybe I can get cl15 or 1t in the future.
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I just prefer to wait until matching versions are available is all. And I think it's the best policy for RST firmware. That quote I posted is from Fernando.
I know whose the quote is, I was part of the conversation.

The point is Pacman only found this EFI driver, which is the important one for UEFI setups, and maybe the OROM is not to be released. Both SoniX and Fernando clarified the OROM is not needed right now but I like to update all the modules to the same versions and in some boards like my Omega u can't use UBU to update the OROM since the GUID is mixed with some other stuff and u have to update it manually.

We neither know, as is the case for the OROM, if Intel is releasing the 17.8 Driver, but recently the Drivers is being released a bit later hence we must wait.

So, having all this in mind, updating to EFI 17.8 and using the previous 17.7 driver should not bring troubles. Of course the ideal, and that was Fernando said, is to use the same versions to avoid any kind of issues, but that doesn't mean there has to be any, specially if the versions are close like these ones.

Finally, I like to help people so not here to compete. I just post new updates if someone didn't before (for example u). Guess u don't have UBU exclusive in this thread, do u???


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I know whose the quote is, I was part of the conversation.

The point is Pacman only found this EFI driver, which is the important one for UEFI setups, and maybe the OROM is not to be released. Both SoniX and Fernando clarified the OROM is not needed right now but I like to update all the modules to the same versions and in some boards like my Omega u can't use UBU to update the OROM since the GUID is mixed with some other stuff and u have to update it manually.

We neither know, as is the case for the OROM, if Intel is releasing the 17.8 Driver, but recently the Drivers is being released a bit later hence we must wait.

So, having all this in mind, updating to EFI 17.8 and using the previous 17.7 driver should not bring troubles. Of course the ideal, and that was Fernando said, is to use the same versions to avoid any kind of issues, but that doesn't mean there has to be any, specially if the versions are close like these ones.

Finally, I like to help people so not here to compete. I just post new updates if someone didn't before (for example u). Guess u don't have UBU exclusive in this thread, do u???

is Fernando refering to the drivers or 'Intel-RST_EFI-RaidDriver_v17.7.0.4404_without-header' firmware though?

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is Fernando refering to the drivers or 'Intel-RST_EFI-RaidDriver_v17.7.0.4404_without-header' firmware though?
Fernando, in the comments of the link u posted, is referring to Drivers in combination to a new EFI Raid Module. But we also talked about the missing OROM, after I asked Pacman to clarify if he had the 17.8 OROM or not. Fernando replied in behalf of Pacman saying he probably does not have the OROM, since he would have posted it in the proper thread in the opposite case. Then he also pointed out OROM is not needed in UEFI setups, thing I knew but I still prefer to have all the modules updated, even when some OROM's in some boards like in my Omega, must be updated manually, which makes it more difficult.

As for the combination of a new EFI Raid module with a previous Driver, shouldn't cause any troubles at all if close between em, although the ideal is to match versions. That is what my experience says. Maybe other mates have a different opinion.

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looks like they did some stuff in the aorus pro F11 bios to the ram section,been able to boot ratios that never worked before like 3900mhz or 4000mhz but for now im still at 3866mhz with my settings from F10 and its still good as before.
dont really feel like going through all the testing for such a small jump to 3900mhz and im having a lot of issues getting 4000mhz to be a little stable.

if anything i need to mess up a lot more settings before the motherboard boot loops and i have to clear cmos so thats good i guess.
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