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06-19-2019 04:17 PM
mtrai @gupsterg Just an observation with this new AGESA from the x570 boards, I have been noticing that the PBO boost can and will hit my current max of 4408 on 2 cores and also maintain on 3 to 4 cores the max all core boost currently of 4333 at the same time. Which is quite different then before. I remember in one the presentations just not sure which..that AMD stated that the 3000 pbo/xfx boost would boost as much as possible on all cores.

I have the 2700x. Just saying this for people who do not know know.
06-19-2019 02:11 PM
mtrai
Quote: Originally Posted by tiagogl View Post
As you can see I did the right thing with USB flash drive.
Out of all my usb sticks...I have only one that will work with flashback. Try different sticks or ask for help on the asus rog forums.
06-19-2019 01:03 PM
tiagogl
Quote: Originally Posted by tiagogl View Post
No luck here . I followed these instructions before post.
As you can see I did the right thing with USB flash drive.
06-19-2019 12:32 PM
mtrai @gupsterg Thanks man for the inspiration. I had a eureka moment this morning due to you. I was finally able to work my bios out like I want. What I needed to do first was run it through UBU and then was able to use AMIBCP to unlock settings. Then I had to use flashback.
06-19-2019 12:03 PM
tiagogl
Quote: Originally Posted by mtrai View Post
I am now guessing it needs to be named exactly as your screenshot show on the usb.

Per page 3-24 of your manual.

I know on my board it is particular about what USB stick will work with flashback.

No luck here . I followed these instructions before post.
06-19-2019 11:04 AM
mtrai
Quote: Originally Posted by tiagogl View Post
I tested all USB ports and different flash devices. Already renamed the CAP file.
I am now guessing it needs to be named exactly as your screenshot show on the usb.

Per page 3-24 of your manual.

I know on my board it is particular about what USB stick will work with flashback.
06-19-2019 09:24 AM
tiagogl
Quote: Originally Posted by mtrai View Post
You need the bios renamed to that on a USB stick in the correct port. And start over.
I tested all USB ports and different flash devices. Already renamed the CAP file.
06-19-2019 09:17 AM
mtrai
Quote: Originally Posted by tiagogl View Post
I tried to recover but I'm stuck on this screen.
You need the bios renamed to that on a USB stick in the correct port. And start over.
06-19-2019 09:16 AM
mtrai
Quote: Originally Posted by tiagogl View Post
I'm using this same command but I'm receiving this following error 18 "secure flash rom verify fail". On the past worked fine. I have X370-F Strix.
for a .rom file you need to use afugan biosname.rom /gan
06-19-2019 08:44 AM
tiagogl
Quote: Originally Posted by tiagogl View Post
Looks like I bricked my motherboard. I used afuefix64 name_bios.cap /P /B /N /K /X /RECOVERY /CLRCFG
and don't boot anymore :/ there is any way to recover the bios?
Strix X370-F here

I tried to recover but I'm stuck on this screen.
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