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09-17-2019 09:44 PM
CCoR
Quote: Originally Posted by mtrai View Post
Are you on the non wifi? I cannot test that one. I know the wifi works fine as I am using it. Checking it now on the non wifi. Also it can take up to 15 minutes to flash and the blue flashback light should be blinking the entire time. Double checking everything Mem over fail shjould actually show 2 forgot how that works.. with settings it sets it what I set it to then -1 however asus grid should show disabled. I am seeing that in the my modded bios. Thanks for the heads up.

I re uploaded it however no changes were made to the non wifi..notice a small QOL in the wifi one that needed correcting. I did note that my own WIFI had a mistake with the ASUS grid service to enable which I corrected. I did not notice this since I use a saved .cmo bios settings and load it after flashing however the non wifi was correctly disabled. I cannot test the non wifi anymore since we can no longer cross flash.

Please keep in mind these are hundreds of changes I have to make and I am only human. I do my best.

Asking a friend to double check the non wifi to make sure it flashes.
Thanks for the speedy reply, yes, I'm on the wifi version. I've reflashed many times, the flashing process goes through as if its working but when I load bios it seems like some of the changes that I was looking forward to such as hpet are missing. Besides the asus grid option and hpet, what else can I look for that would be a recent change to your most current iteration of c7hwifi?

Anyways no biggie, at least we got zen boosting better now
09-17-2019 06:32 AM
AvengedRobix
Quote: Originally Posted by Pietro View Post
What kind of CLDO VDDG are you using?







Some said that this week, but we will see.
0.950

Inviato dal mio ONEPLUS A6013 utilizzando Tapatalk
09-17-2019 05:56 AM
mtrai
Quote: Originally Posted by Axaion View Post
Maybe Asus will use some of the time on letting US control how fans should ramp up, and letting US decide if we want spread spectrum and HPET or not.

Seeing as theyre entirely willing to let us smash in voltages and other stuff that will literally fry stuff, that -shouldnt- be a hard ask.

Shrug, who am i kidding, theyll keep ignoring our pleas for such things.
It is not matter of them letting US know...but actually exposing all the fan controls which controls everything you are talking about. All this CRAP is already in the bios they just freaking (not the word I would actually use)HIDE IT. That is one things my bios shows. Yes you can get fine control of all your onboard fans with the options they have hidden.

I have previously posted albums with all the fan controls we could have from ASUS...but instead we have to get them from users like me. Anyhow I cannot find the imgur album link for it at the moment but not only can you control ramp up and down time, but rpm ramp up etc, as well as you can tell a fan header which onboard sensor to use for fan speed and a number of other things...including fan stop. Here are some examples from the C6H but the options are the same on the C7H and C8H as well as every other ASUS bios I have looked at.

https://i.imgur.com/FMBPLcV.png

https://i.imgur.com/t9SNFDx.png

[Imgur](https://i.imgur.com/BxLlLFM.png)

https://i.imgur.com/HrY6KhT.png
09-17-2019 05:44 AM
Pietro
Quote: Originally Posted by AvengedRobix View Post
4x8.. 3800cl15 fclk 1900.. soc V 1.075
What kind of CLDO VDDG are you using?

Quote: Originally Posted by AmxdPt View Post
Is there any news about the new 1.0.0.3 ABBA for the Crosshair 7 hero? Not even a beta?
Some said that this week, but we will see.
09-17-2019 05:31 AM
mtrai
Quote: Originally Posted by CCoR View Post
Just tried flashing but it goes through the usual mult long blinks like it usually does as if it did succuessfully flash but after the process finishes, it doesnt flash the proper modded bios. Verified this by noticing that the asus grid install and mem over clock fail count aren't modified from their usual defaults.

Can anybody else verify that it's not just me? My back up USB drive went missing, so I haven't tired another drive yet. Stilts bios flashes fine
Are you on the non wifi? I cannot test that one. I know the wifi works fine as I am using it. Checking it now on the non wifi. Also it can take up to 15 minutes to flash and the blue flashback light should be blinking the entire time. Double checking everything Mem over fail shjould actually show 2 forgot how that works.. with settings it sets it what I set it to then -1 however asus grid should show disabled. I am seeing that in the my modded bios. Thanks for the heads up.

I re uploaded it however no changes were made to the non wifi..notice a small QOL in the wifi one that needed correcting. I did note that my own WIFI had a mistake with the ASUS grid service to enable which I corrected. I did not notice this since I use a saved .cmo bios settings and load it after flashing however the non wifi was correctly disabled. I cannot test the non wifi anymore since we can no longer cross flash.

Please keep in mind these are hundreds of changes I have to make and I am only human. I do my best.

Asking a friend to double check the non wifi to make sure it flashes.
09-17-2019 03:03 AM
netman @axiaon
and that is the next reason why i really some sort of hate the asus bios "support" meanwhile

without the great community here the whole situation would really be a pain in the ass
09-17-2019 02:59 AM
Axaion Maybe Asus will use some of the time on letting US control how fans should ramp up, and letting US decide if we want spread spectrum and HPET or not.

Seeing as theyre entirely willing to let us smash in voltages and other stuff that will literally fry stuff, that -shouldnt- be a hard ask.

Shrug, who am i kidding, theyll keep ignoring our pleas for such things.
09-17-2019 02:38 AM
netman you guys are right there seems to be no x470/370/b450/b350 ABBA Bioses so far but i am curious what Brands will at least have beta or even final bioses for most of their x370/x470 and also B350/450 Boards out in 1-2 weeks and if we have at least a official beta for our ch7 in that period of time

just remember agesa 1.0.0.3 the ch7 was one of the last boards to get the new bios (i think it was 2406 0n 07-05-19) and even after this long time for asus to test and tweak the bios it was full of bugs (fans, some mice and keyboards not working) and it lastet another 2 Weeks till we got an official new bios from asus that fixed this bugs

so for me asus is really worst regarding bios support ...
09-17-2019 02:20 AM
xeizo
Quote: Originally Posted by darkage View Post
are the other brands allready with new bios? are they working? up to 3 weeks AMD told, its AMD fault AGESA code not ROG
MSI and Biostar has no new bioses for any board. Asus, Gigabyte and Asrock already has ABBA for all X570 models. No one has ABBA for X470/B450. Asus isn't worst, obviously.

Prime X470/X370-Pro at least has unofficial Betas of ABBA, works great btw.
09-17-2019 02:02 AM
darkage
Quote: Originally Posted by netman View Post
sadly that is typical Asus - its a shame how long we always have to wait for Bioses with new Agesa Versions for the Top X470 Mobo, and i am not even thinking of an official bios but even a beta version is still not available. And still i would not complain if the bioses we get after such a long waiting time would run smooth and without problems, but sadly its exact the other way around - wait long time and then get bioses full of new bugs

For me asus bios support is dead - and if there wasn't this great community here with a few guys that use their spare free time to give us great modded bioses with the new updates i would already have got rid of my ch7.

But one thing for me is clear - the ch7 was my first Asus Mobo after a long time and it will for sure be my last one also in a long time
are the other brands allready with new bios? are they working? up to 3 weeks AMD told, its AMD fault AGESA code not ROG
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