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Hi I have the asus rog zenith extreme and this ram F4-3200C14Q-32GTZRX, (TOT 64GB) if I make a memtest86 one ram at a time, all the ram are good I have no errors.
While if I use all the RAM in total 64GB I have errors!
I have the latest firmware version especially 2001.
Maybe I should try 1003 and see if I still have errors? has anyone had the same problem and solved it somehow?
I would be glad if anyone could help me.
Thank you
 

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Hi I have the asus rog zenith extreme and this ram F4-3200C14Q-32GTZRX, (TOT 64GB) if I make a memtest86 one ram at a time, all the ram are good I have no errors.
While if I use all the RAM in total 64GB I have errors!
I have the latest firmware version especially 2001.
Maybe I should try 1003 and see if I still have errors? has anyone had the same problem and solved it somehow?
I would be glad if anyone could help me.
Thank you
For all intents and purposes, you can't run that ram at 3200MHz in either 8x8GB or 4x16GB configuration with the Zenith Extreme or Zenith Extreme Alpha. There is no real solution for it. You may be able to tune the settings to make it work (very slight possibility) but I suspect that it would take you weeks or longer of trial and error. I run my version of very similar memory at 3000MHz now since it is the fastest that it will go with consistent stability and no random boot-up training problems. Mind you, if you do have the Zenith Extreme, you can downgrade the UEFI version to 1003 and then you should be able to run 3200MHz in a 4x16GB config. I am not sure if you use all 8 DIMM slots (I suspect not).
 

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Anyone try the new 2101 UEFI? I cannot make 3000MHz stable using this new UEFI, same settings as 2001.

Edit: Apparently none of the settings that I tried for non-JEDEC speeds work. I tried a few combinations at 2933MHz and 3000MHz, even stuff based on the DRAM Calculator for Ryzen and none of them work. I can only run JEDEC now with this UEFI. Any input?
 

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Has anyone had any difficulties upgrading to Windows 20H2?
I'm on Win 1909 with a rock-solid 1402 BIOS and need to update the OS manually but Windows Upgrade Assistant keeps failing on restart, it BSOD's with kmode_exception_not_handled. Interestingly Windows Update never offers me the update and says the system is up to date.

I then updated my BIOS to 2001 but still can't get the upgrade to work.
I've left only kb/mouse/nvidia 3080 gpu and 2x nvme's (non-raid) in my PC.. and I still don't seem to be able to boot from the 20H2 Windows ISO/USB. An older 1903 USB drive boots fine :/
So yea, just wondering if anyone else has had issues with 20H2?
 

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Has anyone had any difficulties upgrading to Windows 20H2?
I'm on Win 1909 with a rock-solid 1402 BIOS and need to update the OS manually but Windows Upgrade Assistant keeps failing on restart, it BSOD's with kmode_exception_not_handled. Interestingly Windows Update never offers me the update and says the system is up to date.

I then updated my BIOS to 2001 but still can't get the upgrade to work.
I've left only kb/mouse/nvidia 3080 gpu and 2x nvme's (non-raid) in my PC.. and I still don't seem to be able to boot from the 20H2 Windows ISO/USB. An older 1903 USB drive boots fine :/
So yea, just wondering if anyone else has had issues with 20H2?
No problems for me, did you create your installation media/USB using the Microsoft Tool?
I always immediatly disable Fast Boot in BIOS, so I can select boot device at boot, make sure to select UEFI boot from the USB stick and not legacy/CSM and it should be fine.
 

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No problems for me, did you create your installation media/USB using the Microsoft Tool?
I always immediatly disable Fast Boot in BIOS, so I can select boot device at boot, make sure to select UEFI boot from the USB stick and not legacy/CSM and it should be fine.
Yea I made it with the Microsoft Media Creation Tool. Thought it might be packaging my drivers into it and causing the BSOD. But I'll try what you've suggested!
At least now I know there's not a known issue with ZE/2001 so I'll keep trying, thanks!
 

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New BIOS 2201 out. :coffee:

ROG ZENITH EXTREME BIOS 2201
"1. Support Windows 11 by default, no settings changes required in the UEFI BIOS.
Before running the USB BIOS Flashback tool, please rename the BIOS file (ZE.CAP) using BIOSRenamer."
 

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New BIOS 2201 out. :coffee:
Upgraded to this earlier today.
Noticed that "Resize BAR" is an option available, but my TR1950X with a 2080Ti will not complete POST with that enabled (I know the HW does not support that feature).

After finally being able to boot, the "ROG AREION 10G" NIC could not load the drivers, had to revert to the old drivers from 2017 for it to work again.

Edit: Despite it saying "Windows 11 support", TPM is by default set to "Discrete" and not fTPM..
 
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