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06-20-2019 04:46 AM
MonarchX I think they did include the latest Intel MEI.
06-17-2019 07:14 PM
GeneO
Quote: Originally Posted by MonarchX View Post
Anyone know what was updated in ASUS Hero X 2004 BIOS? It says "Performance improvements". I wonder if it's just another performance improvement related Melton or whichever security flaw.
I don't have the Hero, I have the Code X, but I think the BIOS updates are essentially the same.

I don't think there was any performance improvements or security fixes IMHO. ASUS neglected to include the latest CPU microcode and Intel Management Engine firmware, which both have significant security vulnerability fixes. Any other changes in the BIOS besides these two would not involve security fixes and I see no evidence for performance improvements.
06-17-2019 12:22 PM
MonarchX Anyone know what was updated in ASUS Hero X 2004 BIOS? It says "Performance improvements". I wonder if it's just another performance improvement related Melton or whichever security flaw.
06-17-2019 11:39 AM
scracy
Quote: Originally Posted by moorhen2 View Post
I have three Maximus XI boards, and AIDA64 doesn't monitor the VRM temps, try using HWiNFO, which does.
Thank you so much for clearing that up, sounds to me there is nothing to gain by "upgrading" from MXF to MXIF.
06-17-2019 07:37 AM
moorhen2
Quote: Originally Posted by scracy View Post
Can anyone that owns a Maximus XI Formula confirm whether or not AIDA64 can monitor VRM temperatures? I'm considering an upgrade from Maximus X Formula with which AIDA64 cannot monitor VRM temperatures, any help greatly appreciated.
I have three Maximus XI boards, and AIDA64 doesn't monitor the VRM temps, try using HWiNFO, which does.
06-16-2019 03:06 AM
scracy Can anyone that owns a Maximus XI Formula confirm whether or not AIDA64 can monitor VRM temperatures? I'm considering an upgrade from Maximus X Formula with which AIDA64 cannot monitor VRM temperatures, any help greatly appreciated.
06-01-2019 09:31 AM
Vassilis008
Quote: Originally Posted by moorhen2 View Post
What frequency are you running your cache at, drop it to default 43 if you are running it higher.
Cache is at default 43
06-01-2019 05:58 AM
moorhen2
Quote: Originally Posted by Vassilis008 View Post
Heya Kedar, that's true but unfortunately same issue at 4133.
What frequency are you running your cache at, drop it to default 43 if you are running it higher.
05-31-2019 10:09 AM
Vassilis008
Quote: Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post
Sometimes 4133MHz is easier to boot then 4100MHz because it's on the 133 divider and memory sometimes OCs better on that divider.
Heya Kedar, that's true but unfortunately same issue at 4133.
05-31-2019 09:52 AM
KedarWolf
Quote: Originally Posted by Vassilis008 View Post
Thank you, I will make a post on the other topic when I do some more tests

I just updated the bios, so I guess this automatically does a clrcmos too. I put very relaxed primary timing at the moment such as 20 20 20 40 and the rest in automatic to try to boot at 4100Mhz, but I keep getting code 61 (and rarely code 23). My ram kit is G.Skill Trident Z RGB F4-3200C14D-16GTZR. I also disabled RBG in the bios, but it doesn't change much. It's just strange that 4000Mhz runs perfectly at 16 16 16 32 (1.40v) and 16 17 17 34 (1.35v), but 4100 just won't boot regardless of voltages or timings.
Sometimes 4133MHz is easier to boot then 4100MHz because it's on the 133 divider and memory sometimes OCs better on that divider.
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