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  1. You can heat the screwdriver with any heat source...

    You can heat the screwdriver with any heat source really. Even with direct flame if need be.

    But it is very understandable why one would not take this sort of step if not comfortable with it. And...
  2. Another technique would be to use heat. Heat...

    Another technique would be to use heat.

    Heat one of the screwdrivers to about 300c, then touch the screw with it and let the heat transfer for a few moments to the screw, that will weaken the...
  3. PBSwiss is indeed expensive. But since it is a...

    PBSwiss is indeed expensive. But since it is a working tool so it is worth it in my case.

    You can also check out the Wera stuff. They have some good tools at the right prices and sold on Amazon.
    ...
  4. Can't remember from memory but it was either a...

    Can't remember from memory but it was either a PH0 or a PH00 from my PBSwiss kit. I think it was a PH0 but this was months ago... Just not sure.

    And ASUS should have used a TORX / TORX Plus...
  5. This is absolutely an ASUS issue. They are using...

    This is absolutely an ASUS issue. They are using thread locker on these tiny screws. Something absolutely UNNECESSARY and that is causing all this grief.

    You can clearly see the thread locker on...
  6. New Zenith bios Beta BIOS 0901 (AGESA 1.0.0.4) now available

    FYI;

    From Elmor;



    Source: http://www.overclock.net/t/1636566/asus-rog-zenith-extreme-x399-threadripper-overclocking-support/1980#post_26499346

    Report any issues you find, here or on...
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    Sticky: From Elmor; Source:...

    From Elmor;



    Source: http://www.overclock.net/t/1636566/asus-rog-zenith-extreme-x399-threadripper-overclocking-support/1980#post_26499346
  8. Try flashing the new beta 0012 posted here:...

    Try flashing the new beta 0012 posted here: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?95413-Zenith-Extreme-Beta-UEFI-0804&viewfull=1#post691790
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    Elmor is legit. Try the newest 804 you can go...

    Elmor is legit. Try the newest 804 you can go back to an older one if you have to.
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    Sticky: None that where mentioned by Elmor, but looking...

    None that where mentioned by Elmor, but looking at the BIOS size differences from 0801, I would say more code changed had to be done/added than what was mentioned... I suspect.
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    Sticky: New bios folks. Elmor shared it on overclock.net...

    New bios folks. Elmor shared it on overclock.net board;


    And
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    ze.cap

    ze.cap
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    Sticky: We are on 1.0.0.3 since bios 0503

    We are on 1.0.0.3 since bios 0503
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    Sticky: Other vendors are now on AGESA to 1.0.0.4 for the...

    Other vendors are now on AGESA to 1.0.0.4 for the TR platform, what about us?

    The support seems to have died.. Buyers regret has been creeping in for some time now.. This is supposed to be the...
  15. Reseat the CPU

    Reseat the CPU
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    Sticky: Unfortunately it does seem to matter(The IC's...

    Unfortunately it does seem to matter(The IC's used are different), yet, v4.xx should mean you have your kit with Samsung chips... normally this is good news, as samsung IC's are the ones that work...
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    Sticky: What version is your kit? It is written on the...

    What version is your kit? It is written on the dimms "Vx.xx"
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    We have yet to see this board function in all...

    We have yet to see this board function in all it's prime with the current AGESA, now with this (code revamp) thrown into the mix....... I wonder.

    This, assuming Threadripper will also get the same...
  19. How about memory clearance? The NH-U14S...

    How about memory clearance?

    The NH-U14S TR4-SP3 on some other TR4 motherboards blocks the first memory slot next to the fan location, but since the Zenith does have extra lateral tolerance, I was...
  20. Thank you, you guys have helped me tame my OCD :)...

    Thank you, you guys have helped me tame my OCD :)

    Seems like the plastic film was mostly seen in the press kit motherboards and not in the retail form for some reason.
  21. Did your Zenith come with plastic film on the back of I/O shield?

    Just wondering if I got a used motherboard. I've seen a few unboxing videos where that film exists, yet the mobo I received today had none. Got if from Amazon.it today.

    Picture of the plastic...
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    You should also try with different memory setups,...

    You should also try with different memory setups, meaning, if you have more than 2 dimms, like 4 or 8, try with less, even a single dimm in the appropriate socket. Check the manual for the proper...
  23. Your EVO seems to be the boot/OS drive (C:\) Then...

    Your EVO seems to be the boot/OS drive (C:\) Then it would be normal for it not to achieve it's maximum performance since it it serving as the OS drive and will never achieve its peak performance...
  24. Fitzala

    Maybe relevat to mention the NVMe model and it's firmware version.

    If it is a samsung drive, are you using samsung's driver or microsoft's?
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    Anidee cube also builds nicely:...

    Anidee cube also builds nicely: https://pcpartpicker.com/blog/145/asus-x399-creator-gaming-build
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