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    OC and Windows 10 1903

    Can anyone confirm that the new 1903 version of Windows 10 messes with overclocking again?.

    I have a X99 gaming with a i7 6800K and the last version Windows (1803) disabled overclocking in the BIOS, this was fixed with the 1903 BIOS but it took Asus a very long time to release the fixed BIOS.

    I have not yet received the the 1903 version of Windows via the updater and want to postpone the update if it messes with overclocking again.

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    I don't have your computer. but I would recommend you not to overclock. keep as factory settings

    Might 1903 will work on your motherboard

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    Yes!

    Quote Originally Posted by ThomasMu View Post
    Can anyone confirm that the new 1903 version of Windows 10 messes with overclocking again?.

    I have a X99 gaming with a i7 6800K and the last version Windows (1803) disabled overclocking in the BIOS, this was fixed with the 1903 BIOS but it took Asus a very long time to release the fixed BIOS.

    I have not yet received the the 1903 version of Windows via the updater and want to postpone the update if it messes with overclocking again.

    Yes, I believe it does. It did on my machine and I have seen reports elsewhere.

    Solution is relatively simple:

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ck-Again-echt-!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raju2529 View Post
    I don't have your computer. but I would recommend you not to overclock. keep as factory settings

    Might 1903 will work on your motherboard
    If i wanted to run the CPU at stock speed i would have bought a CPU without the K in the name, the whole point with the K CPU is the ability to overclock. It has been running stable with a 4.0GHz overclock for 3 years.

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    ROG Member Array ThomasMu PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by PipJones View Post
    Yes, I believe it does. It did on my machine and I have seen reports elsewhere.

    Solution is relatively simple:

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ck-Again-echt-!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I wont rename the mcupdate_genuineintel.dll file, after the 1809 version of Windows messed with the OC the last time i used Intel`s XTU to overclock. That worked just fine and i think that is a better solution than messing around with the mcupdate_genuineintel.dll file.

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    I updated my BIOS to the latest microcode provided by Intel in May 2019. After doing this and updating to 1903, I have no issues with my OC. Maybe this is another option?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMDRZOD View Post
    I updated my BIOS to the latest microcode provided by Intel in May 2019. After doing this and updating to 1903, I have no issues with my OC. Maybe this is another option?
    I'm guessing that's it since the asus x99 bios's were last updated on 12/2018. My support inquiry responded on friday saying that they needed to update the bios as well.

    edit:
    yup updated to microcode update from 5/14 via https://github.com/intel/Intel-Linux...ode-Data-Files and my OC is working with W10 1903 and bios 1903.

    edit2:
    Support has released a new bios for Asus Deluxe II v.2001. You can get it by contacting Asus support.
    Last edited by huppra; 06-20-2019 at 09:20 PM. Reason: update

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    ROG Enthusiast Array PipJones PC Specs
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    I raised a support ticket.

    It took a little bit of form filling and e-mail exchange, but, it has now been passed to engineering. I have been promised an update within 48 hours.

    If anyone with the issue would like to wait a while, it would be good to see if the promised new BIOS fixes the issue without any other changes.

    I will post an update here if / when i get a response.

    p.s.

    If engineering are reading this thread - please post the BIOS here for all of us! Cut out the middle man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThomasMu View Post
    Can anyone confirm that the new 1903 version of Windows 10 messes with overclocking again?.

    I have a X99 gaming with a i7 6800K and the last version Windows (1803) disabled overclocking in the BIOS, this was fixed with the 1903 BIOS but it took Asus a very long time to release the fixed BIOS.

    I have not yet received the the 1903 version of Windows via the updater and want to postpone the update if it messes with overclocking again.
    any news. about new bios?

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    ROG Enthusiast Array PipJones PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by WeedsLD View Post
    any news. about new bios?
    Not much movement. Maybe it would help more people raised an official support request for "updated BIOS for the Rampage V Extreme to address the recent intel CPU vulnerabilities."


    This was the latest reply, 2019.07.04 @ 1934

    "I would like to thank you for taking the time to report all the problems to our team. We do have a great team of engineers who will be able to advise you accordingly. Please be advised that your response is now being escalated to our product engineers. This may take 24-48 business hours and I'm very sorry if you have to wait. Rest assured we will keep you updated within the promised time frame."

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