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    Quote Originally Posted by Slygosh View Post
    A new BIOS is released: Version 2008
    You need to install AMD chipset driver 18.50.16 before updating the BIOS.


    Has anyone already tried it?
    Not yet, I figure that since version 1201 works so well for me that I won't update my BIOS until I see some features added that will benefit me.

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    ROG Member Array Didusieq PC Specs
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    2008 works fine for me. Had to clear the CMOS on the MoBo to make it work. Another BIOS appeared on the support website though.

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    The 2008 version works well, except that sometimes it does not start and that it gives the white light, you have to reset it again.
    New version 2202, Enhanced security

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    2202 works quite well. Just a strange behaviour when rebooting. Sometimes it takes really long time (~1 minute). It appeared after installing the Nvidia Driver. When there is no Nvidia SOftware, it boots normally for me.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array DMAN999 PC Specs
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    I personally am still using 1201 because it works well for me, even with my RAM OC'd to 3400 MHz.

    "New BIOSs with AGESA 0070, 0072 released by multiple manufacturers for B450, X370, X470 motherboards
    Adds support for upcoming Zen 2 processors. It's also near 2MB larger than previous BIOSs. According to the article some manufacturers are using 0070 and some are using 0072, and that another update to 1.0.0.0 may be inbound shortly before or after the Ryzen 3000 series gets on shelves."
    https://community.amd.com/thread/238039
    Last edited by DMAN999; 07-21-2019 at 10:49 PM.

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    my ryzen 7 2700x have a higher temp reported by AI suit after waking up from sleep

    i'm confused with my ryzen7 2700x on my b450-f, bec. it have a higher temp reported by AI suit after waking up from sleep... normally my idle temp is around 37c to 40c but after waking up from sleep, idle temp bumped up to 48c to 50c. i'm really confused about this. issue started after i updated my bios to 2202.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PetersenCruz View Post
    i'm confused with my ryzen7 2700x on my b450-f, bec. it have a higher temp reported by AI suit after waking up from sleep... normally my idle temp is around 37c to 40c but after waking up from sleep, idle temp bumped up to 48c to 50c. i'm really confused about this. issue started after i updated my bios to 2202.
    Try a different temp reader such as hwinfo (sensors only mode).

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    Do you guys know how to disable spread spectrum on this mobo? I can't find the option anywhere

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    Has anyone tried the new bios? 2301 firmware changes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynyrd View Post
    Has anyone tried the new bios? 2301 firmware changes
    Not yet.
    What is the meaning in "firmware change"? Are there any release notes, changes or something?

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