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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Yes, but not for the STRIX X299-E GAMING, look
    Keep checking. I bet it pops up in the next few days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopper64 View Post
    Seems to be working fine here. Boots faster too.

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    I had already updated the ME as well, so I can't comment on whether that was updated in this release. Microcode appears to be the same as before.
    Would you please try some Benchmark score with F5 Load optimized default?

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    This is not with optimized defaults. Don't have a baseline for this test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopper64 View Post
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    Nice info. Look like ASUS optimized performance for 02000043 microcode very impressive.*

    I’m on vacation holidays. Can’t wait to test with 7980XE. Master tistou77 anything update from
    0200004D intel lastest microcode updated 15 May 2018?*
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    Quote Originally Posted by John_4_President View Post
    I have a Asus Maximus X Hero Z370 and noticed that a new bios version, 1401 was posted and immediately taken down without Asus giving a reason for doing so. I downloaded the zip via cellphone before this happened. When I got home and was ready to flash it I realized it was gone from the website. It must be serious for them to take it down so fast. I contacted customer support to find out more about the problem with no prevail.
    Not, true. It has never been taken down. Why do you post this?

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    just downloaded 1401 from ASUS site for win 10;
    switched to second bios ( just in case?) and flashed new bios.
    Result rig wont boot past D5 test nvram.
    tried flashing and re installing but , no go.
    flipped back to 1301 bios and boots fine and stable,
    Conclusion ? I think i'll give this one a miss for now!

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    Did you try clearing the cmos before and after the flash? What method did you use?

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    Hi Hopper64 the method I used as below
    switched to bios 2
    Clr cmos button> turn off and remove plug (5 mins)
    plug in usb with R6E.cap (1401) bios on to flash port and flashed using button on back.
    when finished removed plug for 5 mins and re powered up.
    press start and bios fail with test nvram, tried about 12 times but no go,
    fail each time, so cleared cmos again,switched back to the other bios ( on board buttony thingy lol) and re downloaded the 1401 bios from ASUS site, re named it again and carried out same loop several times ( reminded me of the infamous NVidia loop of old ) anyway!
    switched back to bios 1 re _booted and all's fine.( on 1301)
    seems 1401 does not want to work for me, yet? but seems ok for others? don't you just love a challenge??
    will check this one out further, maybe on bios 2 tomorrow, (could screw both bios though ?)
    Last edited by Rob W.; 06-16-2018 at 09:32 PM.

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    I unplug the power and drain and juice from the system first by holding the power button down for a few seconds. Then with the plug out I clear the CMOS. Then power up the board and use the flashback method until flashing bios chip stops. Unplug power, drain any power off the board, and then clear the CMOS again. Power up and boot. Maybe that will help??

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