UPDATED: ASUS Z370 and Z390 Motherboard Series - Official Support Thread
This thread is for sharing experience on the Z370 and Z390 platform and for support on all ASUS boards with these chipsets.
If requesting support, please try to use the following template (or at the very least have rig builder filled out):
ROG MAXIMUS X APEX
ROG STRIX Z370-E GAMING
ASUS PRIME Z370-A
ASUS ROG Maximus X Hero (Wi-Fi AC)
ROG STRIX Z370-I GAMING
ROG MAXIMUS X HERO
TUF Z370-PRO GAMING
TUF Z370-PLUS GAMING
ROG STRIX Z370-F GAMING
ROG STRIX Z370-H GAMING
ROG Maximus X Code
ROG Maximus X Formula
Z390 Boards (See the ASUS Website for more)
Maximus Xi Hero (wifi)
ROG Strix Z390 Gaming-E
Maximus Xi Code
Maximus Xi Extreme
Nov 13, 2017: New Bioses: https://www.overclock.net/t/1640168/...#post_26446009
Nov 15, 2017: Bios Patches: https://www.overclock.net/t/1640168/...#post_26449686
Feb 8, 2018: Bios Test Builds addressing using negative offset with adaptive voltage (below VID): https://www.overclock.net/forum/26714769-post1352.html
ROG Maximus Apex Extreme OC
Coffee-Lake batch info via @aerotracks (in German)
Bios flashback for HeroWiFi: https://www.overclock.net/t/1640168/...#post_26527916
(correct name is M10Hwifi.cap)
TweakTown Coffee Lake OC Guide
My Coffee Lake Basic OC Guide (pdf download)
Intel specifies voltage limits in their Product Specification Sheets (PDFs). My experience is, running 1.52V vcore is much too high for watercooling, especially combined with transient load line overshoot (micro sec spikes). And as stated in the footnotes of the voltage tables, the 1.52V limit REQUIRES all other conditions are met. So, 1.52V may be "fine" if you never exceed the TDP and IAcc limits. Stick with low to mid 1.3V for 24/7 use.
Will Raja be publishing an Edge Up article on overclocking Coffee Lake? Or should we just use the Kaby Lake guide?
Is the Maximus X Hero (Wifi) a reliable well made motherboard? I always hear horror stories with asus rma and want to make sure i get a good board for my 8700K
On the ROG STRIX Z370-I GAMING BIOS page, it lists the 0426 and 5426 versions both updated on 2017/10/20. What's the difference between the two? If I intend to manually OC the system, is one BIOS preferred over the other?
Edit - NVM, Raja answered this question on one of the ROG Forum threads. "The only difference between them is that the 5426 build has ASUS Multicore Enhance enabled by default. Identical otherwise."
is it TUF Z370-PLUS GAMING gonna l have new bios for vrm stablity
Build 9418 for the Z370-P. Improves memory overclocking.
I'm really surprised by the responsiveness of this platform... z370 and an 8700K is really quick!
and .. real-time ram timing adjustment!
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