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    Quote Originally Posted by billchron View Post
    Would this bios work on RAMPAGE V EXTREME 3.1 ?
    No this bios is only for the Rampage V editon 10

    Few pages back into this thread someone also posted a bios for the X99 Strix mainboard, but there is No bios posted here that works for the Rampage V Extreme (Maybe there is a non asus modified bios around here for you to use ?)

    And Tbh if you could it's not really worth it to flash this bios anyway it will break again on the latest windows 10 update.. you have to watch the windows 10 updates that change/fix Spectre/Meltdown vulnerability's and block those else you lose overclocking ability through Uefi Bios.
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    thanks for your reply.I already contact asus support ans i'm waiting for their answer.when i have news i will post them here

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    Nice

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    Same problem here. R5E10 (6950X) with bios 9001 does not allow modifying the voltage under overclocking.

    Where before it was stable with less voltage now with more is not ...

    I return to BIOS 1902 awaiting a response from Asus with a competent BIOS, this is embarrassing.

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    When using Windows 10 build 1809 you can delete mcupdate_genuineintel.dll in the system32 directory then windows is forced to use the bios micro code

    This will bring back the overclock again but you won't have the spectre/meltdown protection of course unless the bios micro code is updated against those flaws

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hivemind View Post
    When using Windows 10 build 1809 you can delete mcupdate_genuineintel.dll in the system32 directory then windows is forced to use the bios micro code

    This will bring back the overclock again but you won't have the spectre/meltdown protection of course unless the bios micro code is updated against those flaws
    Will this mess with the windows install... errors, blue screens, repairs ect...

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    Guys I have 1809 installed with an asus x99 deluxe 2 and 6900k. All overclocking is gone. I have contacted asus and its been two weeks they act like they don't know about this which is bizarre. Any suggestions on getting my overclocking back would be appreciated. I see deleting the file is an option just worried about doing that I was Always told to never delete anything in system 32
    Thank you guys

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    I have an X99-A II with i7 6800k also with no overclocking after 1809 Update and have been watching all the updates here - I logged a support case with Asus last week describing the symptoms and conclusions from all over the Internet and they advised updating to the latest BIOS (which I advised I was already on at the time) and resetting my CMOS to cure it!

    I logged another call explaining again about the 1809 update and how widespread it is, even providing links to the various reports and forums and was advised this time that there has been no announcement for an update, that I was to be advised that the microcode update for SPECTRE affected performance but that it is not something they have a fix for or have received a fix from Intel.

    Not too useful or hopeful..

    Darryl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hivemind View Post
    When using Windows 10 build 1809 you can delete mcupdate_genuineintel.dll in the system32 directory then windows is forced to use the bios micro code

    This will bring back the overclock again but you won't have the spectre/meltdown protection of course unless the bios micro code is updated against those flaws
    That's great want to try does it damage or affect your Windows install at all or is this solution completely harmless.. I was told to not touch system32 folder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hivemind View Post
    When using Windows 10 build 1809 you can delete mcupdate_genuineintel.dll in the system32 directory then windows is forced to use the bios micro code

    This will bring back the overclock again but you won't have the spectre/meltdown protection of course unless the bios micro code is updated against those flaws

    Windows does not allow you to delete it. Any other way?

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