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    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array NemesisChild PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snakeyes View Post
    Same here. Had to up Vcore slightly to maintain full stability.


    Vcore: 13.55v
    5.1 MHz
    13.55v and you haven't fried your system? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by NemesisChild View Post
    13.55v and you haven't fried your system? lol
    LOL. That explains the smoke :-)
    NAME THE SANDWICH: – White Bread, Lots of Baloney, Russian dressing and served with a small pickle.?


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    Can someone answer; 1801 published in December 2018, but I haven't updated bios in a while.

    BIOS: Current version 1801 Date 11/05/2018
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    How can this be possible?

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    Yes, that is the date associated with bios 1801 even though it was made available later
    NAME THE SANDWICH: – White Bread, Lots of Baloney, Russian dressing and served with a small pickle.?


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    Just FYI, I resolved my instability by clocking max/min cache to 44/44 from 48/44 without extra voltage.
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    Anyone have any gaming benchmarks for the latest BIOS update vs the last ?

    Does system performance mean something else?

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    Difficult to determine just what is meant by system performance (it could mean just about anything), if there is any performance increase in gaming benchmarks I imagine it would be very minor, system specifications very wildly from system to system so only you can tell if there is any difference in your system

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    Quote Originally Posted by Menthol View Post
    Difficult to determine just what is meant by system performance (it could mean just about anything), if there is any performance increase in gaming benchmarks I imagine it would be very minor, system specifications very wildly from system to system so only you can tell if there is any difference in your system
    Thanks
    I thought this would be the answer. I would like if they listed just what performance has changed. Like you said it really could be anything.
    Am still on the BIOS version before the latest, I cant be bother redoing my OC to update LOL

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    Yesterday I updated the BIOS to 1801 from 1401 and now my 5.2GHz OC on my 8700K is no longer stable even with slightly more voltage. Does anyone have any idea why this might be?

    As a temporary fix I have been trying to downgrade the BIOS back to 1401 but I keep getting the error "selected file is not a proper bios" when in EZFlash which I assume is because ASUS doesn't want us going back to old BIOS version. If anyone knows how to downgrade that would be great?!

    Disapointing that an overclock can be stable for 6+ months on one BIOS and then is completely screwed with an update.

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    Use BIOS flashback.

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