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    Quote Originally Posted by Detleg View Post
    Thats why you backup the last or all the 8 user profiles to a USB drive, last option on the user profile page.
    you can't really backup bios settings. you can save them to a text file, but no way to automatically restore them

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    Quote Originally Posted by cars10 View Post
    you can't really backup bios settings. you can save them to a text file, but no way to automatically restore them
    You can, at least on the Maximus XI Hero. I personally did it and I explained the process at page 31 of this same thread. I did it both times from BIOS 1005 to 1105 and from BIOS 1105 to 1302, both times worked as intended and I did not have to change a single setting afterwards, everything was as in the previous bios version. Just save the settings in the *.CMO format and then reload them after the bios update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelutrel View Post
    Just save the settings in the *.CMO format and then reload them after the bios update.
    Ah, thanks!

    So I assume it doesn't save the settings in that format right from the bat in case there is a menu item difference between versions.. so renaming the file extension at your own risk then ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cars10 View Post
    Ah, thanks!

    So I assume it doesn't save the settings in that format right from the bat in case there is a menu item difference between versions.. so renaming the file extension at your own risk then ?
    No need to rename the file extention. Must be CMO.*

    Btw. As far as I remember F2 saves txt file while CTRL (or SHIFT)+F2 saves CMO bin file.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cniedzi View Post
    No need to rename the file extention. Must be CMO.*

    Btw. As far as I remember F2 saves txt file while CTRL (or SHIFT)+F2 saves CMO bin file.
    I checked just now. On my Maximus XI Hero, use F2 to save a *.CMO file, and use Ctrl+F2 to save a text file. The automatic BIOS settings restore between different BIOS versions will work only with *.CMO files.

    It works without any "renaming the file extension at your own risk then". You just save the settings in the *.CMO format using the old BIOS, and then reload them from the new BIOS. It just works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swddeluxx View Post
    The latest 1302 Bios is good, Ram Overclocking 4266 CL17 with Command Rate 1T is now easy possible

    while I am no-where near that (can't break 4000mhz) I can confirm it has improved ram overclockability significantly

    i was able to go from 3733mhz to 3900 with 1302

    EDIT: spoke to soon. 3900 was only stable because i hadn't dialed my cpu overclock in yet
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    For me is the 1302 on my Maximus XI Formula with my Corsair Dominator SE 3466Mhz very unstable, Windows 10 is crashing after few minutes gone back to 1202, there are no Issues

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    Updated to 1302 the other day on my xi code, but noticed my temps are running hotter ? Anyone experienced this ? Apart from that I get no system hang when gaming with other screens open on my 2nd monitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6kbyte View Post
    After setting the XMP Profile i saw 1.4x volt for system agent too... thats not only ridiculous thats heavily dangerous for the cpu! What is asus doing here?
    Exact same problem here, I was doing a stress test and just casually looked at my voltages and saw 1.400v for VCCSA I was like HOLY HELL and stopped the test and booted into the BIOS. Pulled up some old screen shots I had taken from previous BIOS versions and it was only at 1.2v then. For now I just have it set to 1.200v manually but this should not be a thing. This was even turning my RAM OC off and running it at XMP which is only 2666 at 1.2v, insane.

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    ON my Hero z390 has extremely high voltages all across the board xmp was not even enabled when I set memory to 3600 (max for my kit) , iv went into windows took pic of voltages in aisuite then went into bios and manually set memory and all voltages to what they were on stock mem, its insane how high the volts for dmi, io, sa were up in the 1.3 1.4 range. also others like dram vtt, core pll, pch core, BLCK Spread Spectrum

    But I did lower all volts to stock in bios and put ram at max and set ram timings manually and ran prime 95 for hrs, aida64, realbench all stable 100%

    Im on latest Bios 1302,

    Crazy that the board overvolts so much when you just set the ram timings and speeds even without XMP enabled...

    here are my settings:
    Core i9 9900k stock Auto Vcore in Bios
    32gb DDR4 3600 Ram, at Stock Timings, Stock Speed, 1.35 Volts
    VCCSA Voltage: 1.056 set in bios
    VCCIO Voltage: .96 set in bios
    DRAM VTT: .60
    DMI: .95
    CORE PLL: 1.05
    PCH CORE: 1.05

    EDIT:
    So I ended up setting the vcore to 1.145 and ran some stress on it and it seems stable. I will test more I only ran 1 hr prime, 1hr realbench max temp was 68c realtemp and 78c prime 95 smallest fft (new version)
    I set the all cores to 4.7ghz and ran it at 1.145 and its great.

    The LLC and CPU Current Compatibitly are at Stock, I didn't touch them there at Level 2 LLC, and 140% Current

    I use this ROG program a lot AIsuite, you can create an oc that is extremely stable when sometimes the same bios settings manually set will never be stable. it is a magical program really I use it a lot.

    Too much LLC ads lots of heat
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