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  1. #1961
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    the new bios works perfectly well!

    @4.7Ghz 1.25v 24/7

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    This board has legs thanks to this new BIOS. In the end it may turn out to be the best ASUS has made to date because of all these BIOS updates! I hope we keep getting updates to new CPU for the next 5 years at least.

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    Why is FSB 100 MHz there, and I still have only 99.8 MHz?
    Is it because they disabled Spread Spectrum for Ryzen 5000 exclusively?
    Because last time I checked there was no option to disable it unless you have a Crosshair VI/VII/VIII motherboard...

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sunshine View Post
    Thats a good sign... means they will pushing out official updates for this board
    Well I think they should, this board was like the second most expensive one among their X470 boards if I'm remembering it correctly, and it was really weird that some of the less expensive ones got BIOS updates faster than our one did.

    Quote Originally Posted by Alex0915 View Post
    I hope we keep getting updates to new CPU for the next 5 years at least.
    It's up to AMD first. I mean if AMD releases new AGESAs for their old products when they switch from AM4 to a different socket - we might expect some updates. But looking how AMD and all the vendors are trying to push their newer B550/X570 chipsets - I kind of doubt they will still remember about X470, AMD wanted to bury it at all but all that community indignation made AMD change their mind about X470, but look at X370 - even those who bought top-tier really expensive motherboards are left behind, although it's pretty much the same hardware and there's no way it differs so much that it cannot support Ryzen 5000. But AMD and the vendors want more profit so they're making those who bought B350/X370 motherboards buy newer motherboards.

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    Looks like they released "5809" today, boys! Officially out of "BETA" status! Aww yeah!

    I'll try it this weekend on my 2700X build and post results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jowdyboy View Post
    Looks like they released "5809" today, boys! Officially out of "BETA" status! Aww yeah!

    I'll try it this weekend on my 2700X build and post results.
    link?

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    New Non-Beta bios is for me on 3600X

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    Quote Originally Posted by jowdyboy View Post
    Looks like they released "5809" today, boys! Officially out of "BETA" status! Aww yeah!

    I'll try it this weekend on my 2700X build and post results.
    Awesome let us know how it goes I want to see how these new BIOS work with that CPU!

    Also, do any of these new BIOS increase RAM capacity of the board or are we still limited to 64 GB RAM (16*4)?

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    What chipset is everyone using for 5809? AMD's latest is still 2.10.13.408 dated 10/19/2020 while ASUS now lists 2.09.28.509 dated 12/04.2020 with 20201117R in zip file name.

    Further inspection shows the October chipset from AMD site has newer 1.0.0.81 PCI Device Driver while ASUS' version is 1.0.0.80. Ryzen Power Plan version in ASUS driver is 6.0.0.7, I don't know what it is for latest AMD driver. Security PSP, GPIO, GPIO for Promotory and SMBus drivers are same between both latest available AMD and ASUS chipset drivers. When I say latest driver for AMD and ASUS I mean the latest available for download from each manufacturer.

    I will stick with 2.10.13.408 and may roll dice with 5809 with my 2700X. Happy with this config until AM4 EOL.
    X470-F, 2700X, 5700 XT Nitro+, 970 EVO, LanCool 2 Mesh Performance, H115i Pro, 16GB3000C14, TT650W Gold

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan3tCrack3r View Post
    What chipset is everyone using for 5809? AMD's latest is still 2.10.13.408 dated 10/19/2020 while ASUS now lists 2.09.28.509 dated 12/04.2020 with 20201117R in zip file name.

    Further inspection shows the October chipset from AMD site has newer 1.0.0.81 PCI Device Driver while ASUS' version is 1.0.0.80. Ryzen Power Plan version in ASUS driver is 6.0.0.7, I don't know what it is for latest AMD driver. Security PSP, GPIO, GPIO for Promotory and SMBus drivers are same between both latest available AMD and ASUS chipset drivers. When I say latest driver for AMD and ASUS I mean the latest available for download from each manufacturer.

    I will stick with 2.10.13.408 and may roll dice with 5809 with my 2700X. Happy with this config until AM4 EOL.
    I'm still using whatever the latest is directly from AMD's X470 chipset download site.

    Guess it's "amd_chipset_software_2.10.13.408.exe". That's the last one I have installed on my PC.

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