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|11-02-2019 04:48 AM|
Then I pressed Clear CMOS Button, but it doesn't work anymore.
I have flashed 1701-BIOS three times, until I use Afuefix64.efi, again, the problem is solved.
At last, I found the PMU Training have some bugs,
when I disable PMU Training, everything seems OK.
|09-28-2019 10:34 AM|
Asus Zenith Bios 2001 all kind of issues
the new bios 2001 dosnt seem to like my previous settings
frequency and vcore dropping in windows, instability issues, thermal issues, anyone experiencing something similar ?
i've noticed few setting/names has changed coming from 901, i've been running the build @ 3.6Ghz for more than a year doing 3D rendering with no issues till now
|09-23-2019 08:37 PM|
Is anyone upgraded win10 1903?
Again, I found the bluetooth can't working anymore.
Windows cannot store Bluetooth authentication codes (link keys) on the local adapter. Bluetooth keyboards might not work in the system BIOS during start-up.
|08-19-2019 08:33 AM|
Just update, performance decreased, just a little.
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Local memory mode? so wired.
|08-16-2019 06:34 AM|
Today whilst on r/AMD I noted a thread highlighting ASRock X399 Taichi getting AMD AGESA ThreadRipperPI-SP3r2 18.104.22.168. I first thought this was a mistake, as we've had it for a while. I checked the ASRock site and indeed virtually 6mths after ZE the Taichi has updated AGESA.
Just updated. I am able to boot with the same memory settings as 0405, however I can no longer do so when my CPU is OCd to 4.0GHz. Something has changed and I would have to tweak the OC manually it seems now to make it stable. No time for that now. Back to stock for now. Super flaky platform.
|08-14-2019 07:39 AM|
|Arne Saknussemm||I took the plunge and it is working fine here...still get the same good results I always have...so far...|
|08-12-2019 11:08 PM|
|08-10-2019 02:37 PM|
|08-09-2019 04:23 AM|
|Arne Saknussemm||New BIOS 2001 has appeared|
|08-05-2019 11:00 AM|
hey i have a zenith extreme, and am trying to figure out how to switch between uma and numa mode in the bios (i dont use ryzen master)
i see in the memory interleaving option, that there is auto, none, channel, socket, and die, and mmaybe one more. can someone explain to me what each of those mean and which one i should choose if i want uma mode? i think channel is numa mode, and i've tried auto, but whenever i use auto my system crashes when i have long encodes (4k content that takes maybe 5 hours to encode) but doesnt crash when i use channel.
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