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    [BIOS] ROG Maximus XI

    Hello everyone,

    The goal of this thread is to post new versions of BIOS for ROG Maximus XI Apex/Code/Extreme/Formula/Gene/Hero/Hero (Wi-Fi) :




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    - BIOS 1201 [19/07/2019] for ROG Maximus XI Formula :

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    ROG MAXIMUS XI FORMULA : https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/m...-ASUS-1201.zip[/INDENT]


    - BIOS 1105 [20/06/2019] for ROG Maximus XI Apex/Code/Extreme/Gene/Hero/Hero (Wi-Fi) :

    - Improved DRAM compatibility.
    - Improved system performance.
    - Updated ME version to Ver.12.0.39
    - Updated microcode for Security.
    - Improved storage device compatibility.
    Last edited by MoKiChU; 07-20-2019 at 10:03 PM.

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    Thank you
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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    Has anyone installed this update yet to confirm stability?

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    Quote Originally Posted by timelapse View Post
    Has anyone installed this update yet to confirm stability?
    I just updated on XI Code, we shall see.

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    ROG Member Array mahava PC Specs
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    So far its stable on my hero xi, only thing was it wiped all my bios settings (i flashed from ez update within bios) and reverted to default, don't know if its normal, but my older Rampage V does not do that,

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    ROG Member Array mahava PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,

    Yes it's normal, with each BIOS update the settings are wiped.
    Oki i see. thanks, kind of annoying, but i normally don't update the bios if it is stable unless there are security or stability improvements and I experience one.

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    Hello!
    It seems there is a reading problem on the Strix Z390-F GAMING. I can't read the file using Asus EZ Update 3 Utility. And the online update doesn't find the 0602 update. Any tips ?
    Thanks

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    Worked fine on my z390-e. Try downloading again and using a USB drive? Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timelapse View Post
    Worked fine on my z390-e. Try downloading again and using a USB drive? Good luck.
    Worked like a charm with an USB drive! Thank you very much

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    ROG Member Array mahava PC Specs
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    I have noticed one strange thing, if i have the PSU power off and then turn on and boot it is actually faster to boot than if i have just shutdown from windows, i then read about windows fastboot and turned that off, now my machine boots as fast also from a normal shutdown, but this is for me very strange behavior, i did not notice this from the factory bios, seems there could be something with sleepstate recovery as i have understod that windows fastboot is

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