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    Quote Originally Posted by tistou77 View Post
    I tried this Bios too with my 10980xe and it works better with the old Microcode Thanks tistou77

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    You're welcome
    Sorry for my english


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    @tistou77
    R6EO(3006BIOS)+ 9980XE, memory and CPU performance will decline. As far as I know, 3006BIOS will have an impact on 9th Gen CPU, but not on 7th Gen CPU. the BIOS 3006(the official default microcode 60), Modded microcode 49 and 69 have all been tried, with the same performance degradation,do you know why ?

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    @Corna

    The performance decrease is due to several patches in order to fix Intel security vulnerabilities, both in new microcodes and operating systems. In regards to pure CPU calculation, with a 4700 OC and a 7980xe Cinebench R15 scored around 4700, and now scores around 4500-4600. Memory bandwidth also decreased a bit and latencies increased also a bit.

    U can mod your bios (or use one modded by other users) with several microcodes, but have in mind that the microcodes have to interact with the OS. I guess u are using Win10 1909 at least, or the new version 2004. They are coded to patch Intel vulnerabilities so the new microcodes, such as 6901 or 6906 (for Skylake-x cpu's) are the way to go. Remember that Win10 will override old microcodes previous to 5E version (at least), so u need to patch your Win10 to avoid that behaviour. U'd also have to disable mitigations via Regedit and use old and buggy microcode versions like 49 (avx512 bug for example).

    I too have the Omega and Bios 3006 is more stable than previous Bios's when we talk about memory overclock, even with an old 7980xe. I use manual OC so can't say anything about automatic XMP. If u find u have worse performance, u can upload pics of your current overclock to see the values your Omega is applying. Make a new thread if u wish.
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    For information, the "microcode" under Windows (2004) has not been updated since April 2019
    It's still the 5E for Skylake-X
    Sorry for my english


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    Quote Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post
    @Corna

    The performance decrease is due to several patches in order to fix Intel security vulnerabilities, both in new microcodes and operating systems. In regards to pure CPU calculation, with a 4700 OC and a 7980xe Cinebench R15 scored around 4700, and now scores around 4500-4600. Memory bandwidth also decreased a bit and latencies increased also a bit.

    U can mod your bios (or use one modded by other users) with several microcodes, but have in mind that the microcodes have to interact with the OS. I guess u are using Win10 1909 at least, or the new version 2004. They are coded to patch Intel vulnerabilities so the new microcodes, such as 6901 or 6906 (for Skylake-x cpu's) are the way to go. Remember that Win10 will override old microcodes previous to 5E version (at least), so u need to patch your Win10 to avoid that behaviour. U'd also have to disable mitigations via Regedit and use old and buggy microcode versions like 49 (avx512 bug for example).

    I too have the Omega and Bios 3006 is more stable than previous Bios's when we talk about memory overclock, even with an old 7980xe. I use manual OC so can't say anything about automatic XMP. If u find u have worse performance, u can upload pics of your current overclock to see the values your Omega is applying. Make a new thread if u wish.
    I used 1909, tried Tistou77's Modded 3006(49) and 3006(69) and used InSpectre to disable Intel vulnerability measures, but the results were the same performance degradation

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    Quote Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post

    I too have the Omega and Bios 3006 is more stable than previous Bios's when we talk about memory overclock, even with an old 7980xe. I use manual OC so can't say anything about automatic XMP. If u find u have worse performance, u can upload pics of your current overclock to see the values your Omega is applying. Make a new thread if u wish.
    I've published on this topic before “ R6EO AND BIOS 3006 MEMORY SPEED FALLING

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    For information, the "microcode" under Windows (2004) has not been updated since April 2019
    It's still the 5E for Skylake-X
    ็When talking about the folks here. Please feel free to enjoy with the new Windows May 2020 features.

    There were not only Intel CPU vulnerable issue here, AMD and ARM also. Out team trying to sweep all
    however those hackers won't allow us to relaxing. Microsoft and all vender knowing these issues.

    Not only Windows OS other open platform such as Linux Apple Google NVIDIA AMD also update
    their microcode , firmware , drivers and all tools that will prevent hackers getting your data .

    Performance of official build such as May 2020 update didn't represent your system best performance.
    We're continuing discover what is the best for you all.

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    There are many microarchitect for this year, Sunny Cove , Willow Cove , Tremont and the first hybrid Lakefields.
    Those from only Intel side, What about other camp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corna View Post
    I've published on this topic before “ R6EO AND BIOS 3006 MEMORY SPEED FALLING
    68 is currently the best microcode. I tried almost everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GTi-6 View Post
    He didn't do the updates yet. They are still old.

    Does anyone having issue with 3006 Bios on Task Manager showing CPU speed fixed like 3.1 Ghz even though it is idling? Mine is always fixed to my base clock 3.1 Ghz.

    This doesn't happen with Bios 2002.
    thats normal, the windows task manager needs to be updated due to intel hardware controlled clocks ( speed shift )
    Speed shift wasn't working correctly with BIOS <3000

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