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    I just installed and tested this BIOS. My overclock still isn't working :/ Settings are correct in BIOS. But when I fire up Windows and launch Prime95, CPU-Z reports my frequency staying at 3.5GHz

    Edit: I got it working. It turns out, I had installed Windows Update KB4465065, which updates Broadwell-E microcode for Windows 10 1809, to further patch Spectre vulnerabilities. Uninstalling that, enabled my overclock with the 9001 BIOS
    Last edited by Godofmosquitoes; 12-19-2018 at 06:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godofmosquitoes View Post
    I just installed and tested this BIOS. My overclock still isn't working :/ Settings are correct in BIOS. But when I fire up Windows and launch Prime95, CPU-Z reports my frequency staying at 3.5GHz

    Edit: I got it working. It turns out, I had installed Windows Update KB4465065, which updates Broadwell-E microcode for Windows 10 1809, to further patch Spectre vulnerabilities. Uninstalling that, enabled my overclock with the 9001 BIOS
    I posted a response about this in another threat here on the forum (see link below)
    this thread is now fixed as KB4100347 is now fixed with the new Bios but another issue is now present in the later October update, i will continue to respond on this issue in the other thread.

    Thank you Godofmosquitoes for testing the new bios and the quick feedback on this.

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...!!!!!!!/page12
    Last edited by Hivemind; 12-19-2018 at 07:12 PM.

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    Windows 10 KB4100347 update

    I too confirm that Windows 10 KB4100347 update blocks overclocking.
    Close the Internet - Delete the update- restart - and oc restored.
    ///With Internet open the update will be restored automatically and the overclock will fail///

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array ThrashZone PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavyHemi View Post
    Hey there: Solution for RS4 and RS5. With RS4 you can either uninstall the offending KB or replace the mcupdate_genuineintel.dll located in Windows/System32 and disable updates. An annoying process. RS5 is, concerning the mcupdate_genuineintel.dll that is updated with the carpy code, is integrated. So there is no KB to remove, to uninstall. The fix now for is take ownership of that file, rename or delete it and replace it with a version prior to the patch. I used the July 10 2018 version in SXS backup. Works perfect.
    Until there's a fix, this is how you get your OC back. Enjoy.
    Caveat: Updating to 1809 removes the earlier version of the .dll file you will need to perform this. So either save a copy prior to updating or, find the file version from July.
    Hi,
    Here's the solution encase anyone missed it until asus fixes bios or MS stops installing Intel's obvious crappy micro code

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