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    Quote Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post
    U got to flash it with flashback method.
    yes I already have use flahback to flash but not work ,and I have change many USB stick still not work......

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    What happens exactly??? It won't flash???

    U got to use a pendrive with fat32 file system and rename the file to R6A.CAP (the downloaded file can be flashed directly since it comes with that name).
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    I was redo tests with bios 1102 and microcode 43
    By disabling the spectre patch (in the registry), I have better results with Crystal Disk Mark
    I will test tomorrow with other benchmarks and software
    Sorry for my english


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    Quote Originally Posted by tistou77 View Post
    I was redo tests with bios 1102 and microcode 43
    By disabling the spectre patch (in the registry), I have better results with Crystal Disk Mark
    I will test tomorrow with other benchmarks and software

    Then u are unprotected against spectre...
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    Quote Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post
    Then u are unprotected against spectre...
    It's been years that this vulnerability exists, so a little more....
    Sorry for my english


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    Quote Originally Posted by tistou77 View Post
    It's been years that this vulnerability exists, so a little more....

    Update master tistou. Work perfectly on my test



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    I installed the microcode and tested with 1102. It is a little better than the older microcode that fixed the SPECTRE issue but instead of losing 25% speed on my m.2 drives (900p and 2xSM961s in RAID 0) it is now about 18%. Still lost about 3-4% in Cinebench.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eewqtw View Post
    yes I already have use flahback to flash but not work ,and I have change many USB stick still not work......

    Try this new file:


    https://mega.nz/#!F6pXjBzA!T5gIp7BB-...GZeFpWhJJcEX7s


    Remember to use a pendrive formatted in fat32 and in good condition. Download the rar file from MEGA, extract it and after extraction, let the bios name untouched (it comes perfect to be used with flashback in your mobo), copy the file to the formatted fat32 pendrive, plug it in the specific usb port for flashback, turn off the pc and press the flashback button to flash the mod bios, as manual states.


    In regards to performance loss, I prefer to be protected in spite of a little bit less speed.
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    Out of curiosity how are you guys getting a successful bios patch? I've tired a few manual methods along with various UBU versions and anything I flashback results in a non-bootable system that I can restore by using flashback with stock 1102. The same methods work on older platforms, but I can't seem to get it right for my workstation. I really wish ASUS wasn't so slow on pushing mCode since the 2A mCode causes issues with virtualization under certain conditions, but I need to have my workstation as patched as possible for work so it's what I'm stuck with until either ASUS releases a bios with 43 or I can patch 1102. Unfortunately I have an X299 TUF MK1 so I can't give the already patched bios files you guys have posted a shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshuaeb09 View Post
    Out of curiosity how are you guys getting a successful bios patch? I've tired a few manual methods along with various UBU versions and anything I flashback results in a non-bootable system that I can restore by using flashback with stock 1102. The same methods work on older platforms, but I can't seem to get it right for my workstation. I really wish ASUS wasn't so slow on pushing mCode since the 2A mCode causes issues with virtualization under certain conditions, but I need to have my workstation as patched as possible for work so it's what I'm stuck with until either ASUS releases a bios with 43 or I can patch 1102. Unfortunately I have an X299 TUF MK1 so I can't give the already patched bios files you guys have posted a shot.

    Have u tried my latest 1102 mod for R6A???
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