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    Well you got really good hardware. You just do...

    Well you got really good hardware. You just do not need to upgrade it - even tho there is a new BIOS version, it does not benefit you.

    The easiest way to roll back is via the BIOS flashback -...
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    Nobody knows. Because "stable" is not stable...

    Nobody knows.
    Because "stable" is not stable for everyone.
    You need to understand that your rig with your specific hardware can be more stable on a previous BIOS version.

    This stuff got really...
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    Nobody knows what is stable for you. Remember...

    Nobody knows what is stable for you.
    Remember that the setup is different for EVERYONE.
    Every CPU is different and requires different voltages to be stable.
    Every RAM stick is different, even from...
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    This is a good solution. There is only one...

    This is a good solution.
    There is only one thing that you could theoretically benefit from in new BIOS updates - that would be SAM, smart access memory - and it currently works only with the 6000...
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    The Motherboard is older, the CPUs are not - the...

    The Motherboard is older, the CPUs are not - the current BIOS updates are aimed at the Ryzen 5000 Series and they are new. You also get some new features with older CPUs like "SAM" with a new AMD GPU...
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    The amount of money you spend on tech does NOT...

    The amount of money you spend on tech does NOT protect you from being an early adopter. It is well documented that if you buy stuff on release, it will be unstable, it might miss some features...
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    Tested the 2816 BIOS with the curve optimizer on...

    Tested the 2816 BIOS with the curve optimizer on a 5800X.

    Does not much for me.

    Yes, i was able to get the +200Mhz boost on the singlecore load (up to 5050Mhz peak) but the all-core frequency...
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    Do you have a 5000 series Ryzen CPU? If yes,...

    Do you have a 5000 series Ryzen CPU?
    If yes, you should care about those updates, since they carry essential functions. And of course they are beta, this is new hardware that has to be supported....
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    Makes sense that higher tier boards for...

    Makes sense that higher tier boards for Enthusiasts get the newest BIOS updates first.
    Not only because they paid more for chunky hardware, but also because those people report bugs and issues way...
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    Installed the latest BIOS, C7H (no WiFi) - works...

    Installed the latest BIOS, C7H (no WiFi) - works fine so far with a 3900X and old 3200 CL16 Ripjaws4 RAM (4x4GB).
    No issues detected.

    Have not tried an overclock with it yet, not really needed...
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    Same for me. Changed the board from Crosshair VII...

    Same for me. Changed the board from Crosshair VII Hero to X570 ROG Strix E-Gaming and installed a 5800X instead of the 3900X.
    Lost access to the Corsair Vengeance RAM in ASUS Aura (this is working...
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    Sticky: Hi there :)

    Hi people!

    I'm Thomas or Cryonic from Germany (just like a lot of people).
    Have been a supporter for ASUS hardware for a long time, mostly after being annoyed by tons of bugs, "features" that are...
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