This thread is for sharing experience on the X299 platform and for support on all ASUS X299 boards.
If requesting support, please try to use the following template (or at the very least have rig builder filled out):
Memory kit part number (s) and amount in GB:
USB Devices (model/version number):
Operating system: Microsoft Activated yes/no?
Drivers Installed (include version):
Any third Party temp/voltage software installed:
System Overclocked (provide details)?
ROG RAMPAGE VI EXTREME
ROG STRIX X299-E GAMING
X299 TUF MARK 1
X299 TUF MARK 2
Latest UEFI & updates
The USB BIOS flashback port is labelled on the rear I/O cover on all boards
If experiencing boot or other problems with Samsung M.2 drives - please make sure the drive firmware is up to date via Samsung Magician
Rampage VI EXTREME (0802)
Rampage VI APEX (0802)
Strix X299-XE (0802)
Strix X299-E Gaming (0802)
TUF X299 Mark 1 (0802)
TUF X299 Mark 2 (0802)
Prime X299-A (0802)
Prime X299-Deluxe (0802)
Intel DDR4 Memory Stability Thread
09/18/2017:Firmware update for boards with Livedash OLED and/or Aura addressable lighting (V1.00.13)
AI Suite 3 version 3.00.10: After a few people tested and provided positive feedback, AI Suite 3 version 3.00.10 is now available for download. Let us know what you think!
ROG Thread: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?98800-AI-Suite-3-Beta-Version-3-00-10-user-test-report-thread
alternative download link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EBUU6Vsut08WUeY81IPZC_qciiUvN6HR/view?usp=sharing
Subbed and awaiting the rampage....
EDIT: This is indeed a problem and Asus has been able to replicate it. Read the following thread out to the reply on another forum from today (27July) https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/threads/samsung-960-pro-running-slow-on-x299.18787451/ This looks to affect more than just the 960 Evo
I'll drop a general question here.
Asus X299 Prime Deluxe, 7820x at 4.7 , 32gigs of DDR4-3200 stock speeds, single 1080 ti FE, 960 Evo nvme, 1tb Intel SSD on Sata 6_1.
Clean Win10 install w/ only Nvidia and Realtek drivers update, rest what Win10 picked up its self.
My problem is a perceived low read/write speed on the 960 Evo. No matter how I overclock, stock clock, voltage check, whatever CrystalMark always shows around the following whether doing the test to C: or the D: partition. I've seen other postings from other people reporting the same problem in the X299 boards but its sporadic.
I have ran stock Windows or Samsung Nvme driver, checked for newest Nvme firmware, checked with Samsung Magician and per it the stick is running at Gen3 4.0x.
I can understand new platform, immature drivers, not a 7700k ipc but this makes no sense. Has anyone run into this discrepancy?
I think the bios are 0403 ver not 0503 on these boards, at least mine is Prime X299-A
The '0503' BIOS is something floating around the interwebs. Don't use it. A co-worker did on a 299-E and he could not get any memory timing stable beyond 2133. The Flashback USB stick thing saved sanity after trying to troubleshoot with me for an hour on the phone.
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