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    If 60-70c during gaming on 8 core cpu is too high for you I can’t even imagine your reaction if you would run 8700k.

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    Is there any way to load the BIOS using the flash utility from a hard drive? I downloaded it to my SSD and unzipped it but when I try to find it using the flash utility all I see is weird folder names like FS1/ FS2/ FS3/ why cant I see my regular folders that I have on my hard drive and just run it that way?

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    Well my girlfriend has exactly the same settup. Just running the MB
    Prime x470 pro and she has 20-30 °C Idle and 50-55 °C prime95.
    My prime95 temp is 80 after 15 min. And again my GF running 58 °C.

    So what about 8 Côre running hot?
    Sm an idea?
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    Hey guys,

    When updating to the new BIOS (Agesa 1.0.0.6) that Asus provided, it says that you need to update the Chipset drivers to 18.10.20.02.

    The issue: the latest BIOS on AMD Site is 18.10.1810 (from Oct. 26th).

    On ASUS Site you can locate a chipset driver Version 5.12.0.38 (721MB download), and in the description it says that that is the AMD package version 18.10.20.02. Alright, perfect, right?

    Well. After I uninstalled the 18.10.1810 and went on to install the driver ASUS provided, it shows that the version is 17.12 instead of 18.20.

    So. How to proceed? Is this a "typo"? Is this 17.12, actually, the 18.20? And, if not, how should I get the 18.20, since it is not on AMD website, in order to update the BIOS to the newest Agesa?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falko83 View Post
    Hey guys,

    When updating to the new BIOS (Agesa 1.0.0.6) that Asus provided, it says that you need to update the Chipset drivers to 18.10.20.02.

    The issue: the latest BIOS on AMD Site is 18.10.1810 (from Oct. 26th).

    On ASUS Site you can locate a chipset driver Version 5.12.0.38 (721MB download), and in the description it says that that is the AMD package version 18.10.20.02. Alright, perfect, right?

    Well. After I uninstalled the 18.10.1810 and went on to install the driver ASUS provided, it shows that the version is 17.12 instead of 18.20.

    So. How to proceed? Is this a "typo"? Is this 17.12, actually, the 18.20? And, if not, how should I get the 18.20, since it is not on AMD website, in order to update the BIOS to the newest Agesa?

    Thanks!
    Most likely a typo or some type of confusion between AMD and the motherboard manufacturers. I remember someone on Reddit saying they experienced the same exact thing with their Gigabyte motherboard.

    Download and reinstall the latest Chipset drivers from the AMD website. That's what you should most likely be running. I've been running them since this BIOS released without issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falko83 View Post
    Hey guys,

    When updating to the new BIOS (Agesa 1.0.0.6) that Asus provided, it says that you need to update the Chipset drivers to 18.10.20.02.

    The issue: the latest BIOS on AMD Site is 18.10.1810 (from Oct. 26th).

    On ASUS Site you can locate a chipset driver Version 5.12.0.38 (721MB download), and in the description it says that that is the AMD package version 18.10.20.02. Alright, perfect, right?

    Well. After I uninstalled the 18.10.1810 and went on to install the driver ASUS provided, it shows that the version is 17.12 instead of 18.20.

    So. How to proceed? Is this a "typo"? Is this 17.12, actually, the 18.20? And, if not, how should I get the 18.20, since it is not on AMD website, in order to update the BIOS to the newest Agesa?

    Thanks!
    How does one find out what version of chipset drivers are installed? Could that be why my flash utility doesn't see the latest BIOS version and made me install 4024 instead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex0915 View Post
    How does one find out what version of chipset drivers are installed? Could that be why my flash utility doesn't see the latest BIOS version and made me install 4024 instead?
    No, it's because you're not looking hard enough. If you enter those FS1, FS2, etc. folders you'll start to recognize the file structure. The BIOS file is in there. Though, I'm not sure why a USB drive wasn't your go-to, here, as it takes probably an extra 2 seconds to pop in a flash drive and reboot. Download the latest Chipset drivers from AMD's own website and install. The latest drivers they have listed for the X470 chipset on Windows 10 x64 is 18.10.1810. Download, install, put BIOS file on USB drive, reboot, flash, rejoice.

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    So Ive been awaiting a bios update since i got the board a month or 2 ago and at first i was very disappointed when i noticed that the XFR multiplier was gone but it still seems to be doing as well as it did before if not better. I wasnt sure what was better but i usually used 6X and sometimes messed with 8X but seemed like no difference and now it seems more reliable at least but i think it mainly throttles based on heat so no surprise there was no difference. I usually get a boost to 4.275(if already hot4.175) and then comes down to 4.1-4.075 in cinebench. Im now getting 1830-1850 in CB15. 3Dmark seems much more reliable in terms of not giving me random bad scores for no reason and im getting 19700-19777 in firestrike instead of the random scores from 18700 to 19700. The Voltage i use is -0.04375 offset seems to work best with XFR ive only tested auto to -0.05625offset and tested with cinebench every step. As far as ram overclocking I've only tested my FlareX manual not D.O.C.P. at 3200 and 3400 same timings at 14,14,14,14,28,42. Ive dialed them all in on last bios but this bios so.far everything else on auto. So far seems a lot more frequent with its performance. I did uninstall previous chipset drivers by going to "uninstall or change program" then after a reboot installed the latest from AMD. Sofar right now my biggest headache is from my 2 AIOs and their software. It seems when i kill cam for my kraken x42 i have for my gtx 1080 i gain about 20 points in CB and i noticed that 2 of the threads go from 4.2 back to jumping up and down with voltage. So far im testing 1 software at a time but i also need to use iCue for my H115i i use for my 2700x. I really wish i didnt have to stack on the bloatware especially since i only use them for pump speed i dont care about LED colors at all. Sure its useful that my h115i turns red when my rad is getting hot and I dont even see the kraken on my gpu. On a side note i brought my rig outside in 0C weather last night and destroyed my old cinebench score and got an insane 1989 running 4.35Ghz manual OC at sonething like a crazy 1.48 volts (i cant remember exactly) LLC 3-4 and 3200 mhz ram same timings as above. I also finally got over 20K in firestrike getting 20,222. I really wonder what i can get with timings dialed in and a higher frequency. I plan to do some more testing on more cold nights. Probably just not every night lol I will get that 2000 in cinebench next time XP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcolawl View Post
    No, it's because you're not looking hard enough. If you enter those FS1, FS2, etc. folders you'll start to recognize the file structure. The BIOS file is in there. Though, I'm not sure why a USB drive wasn't your go-to, here, as it takes probably an extra 2 seconds to pop in a flash drive and reboot. Download the latest Chipset drivers from AMD's own website and install. The latest drivers they have listed for the X470 chipset on Windows 10 x64 is 18.10.1810. Download, install, put BIOS file on USB drive, reboot, flash, rejoice.
    I only have that one USB flash drive that I got when you recommended that I put the latest version of Windows on it, I was thinking of putting it there but I didn't know if that would mess up the Windows install on there. I went into the FS1/FS2/FS3 folders but all I see in there is stuff like /documents and settings /$recovery etc and when I click on those folders I see things I dont really recognize. I'll write down where I put the unzipped .CAP file and see if I can find it with the flash utility, but the folders I saw using the flash utility didn't seem to match the folders I see in Windows except for the /documents and settings folder and when I went in there, I saw a bunch of subfolders I didn't recognize.

    Thanks, I'll download the chipset drivers first, looks like it's better to get them from AMD then from ASUS?

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    Dont worry..it wont mess anything on you usb driver..it`s just a single file that Bios will read it once.

    I just copy the bios file on my c:\ or d:\ .

    fs1-2-3 it`s filesystem1-2-3...that means that are your disk partitions...so one is your drive C ,an other is D and so..also one of them(the first i think) is the windows 10 recovery partition that you can see when you open "This pc".

    on my pc i thinks its :

    fs1= windows recovery partition
    fs2= Drive C:
    fs3= Drive D:
    fs4= Drive E:
    Last edited by platonastza; 12-12-2018 at 05:35 PM.

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