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    Lost BIOS Stability with 1201-C7H

    Did the ol' BIOS flash and started up fine, set all my old settings that were stable and now the BIOS menus freeze up and crash every time. Couldn't even attempted to change anything and windows would boot 1 out of 3 attempts. Just letting others know the new BIOS may not be stable. Re-flashed back to 1103 and it's all butter now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyleMP012 View Post
    Did the ol' BIOS flash and started up fine, set all my old settings that were stable and now the BIOS menus freeze up and crash every time. Couldn't even attempted to change anything and windows would boot 1 out of 3 attempts. Just letting others know the new BIOS may not be stable. Re-flashed back to 1103 and it's all butter now!
    I was about to update, but now I'll pass. Good to know! Many thanks bro .

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    Strange things happen with this new BIOS release… someone gets better memory settings, some other worse.
    I used to run better timings before…

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    I can only state been sound so far for me. UEFI 1201 has gained me 3600MHz 1T Gear Down Mode: [Disabled] using The Stilt 3466MHz timings, link 1, link 2.
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