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  1. #1001
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    Quote Originally Posted by EZ_PC_TECH View Post
    I feel you. Their CS is completely incompetent. They can't even write up the question correctly to transfer it to their engineers. Just tell them that you didn't have those issues before with an older BIOS, but that older BIOS is not fully compatible with your new CPU, so RMA of the board pointless because it's clearly a software issue.
    Been there, done that, I have spent hours going back and forth with Asus tech support, it always ends with them telling me I need to RMA the board.
    After my interactions with tech support, I will simply never purchase another Asus product again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave001 View Post
    I've opened multiple support tickets about BIOS faults, every single one has ended with them telling me to RMA the board. From what I've seen, contacting Asus customer support is just a complete waste of time.
    it is true, regarding the problem at startup they told me simply to wait for the next the bios version and the problem of incompatibility of the gskill flarex ram would have been solved; I bought them because they were the first to be declared completely compatible with ryzen 1, it's incredible.

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    For those complaining about boot issues and the full cycle power when restarting in windows, shamino shared this 0075 bios that works flawlessly, did you try it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shamino View Post
    C6h wifi bios to fix the random dram oc boot issues:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/qx1w31xdas...-0075.rar?dl=0

    non wifi's accompanying version
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/38jvi3uuq1...-0075.rar?dl=0

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloot View Post
    For those complaining about boot issues and the full cycle power when restarting in windows, shamino shared this 0075 bios that works flawlessly, did you try it?
    I can confirm that 0075 bios works well, I've been using it since it was posted.
    I noticed that the full cycle power after restarting from windows only occurs on the first day, after installing the bios 0075 then, after leaving the PC off all night (connected with the ups) it no longer happens.

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    I'm still on BIOS 7201 the last one that does not cause issues with my Ryzen 1700X. After what I have read here I'm rather not going to update to the latest one especially that there may be simply no point because I use first gen Ryzen. I'm a bit sick of those issues with Asus BIOS and software issues. I know it is a bit off topic but for example yesterday when I tried to turn off LEDs through Aura Sync it hanged my PC so I had to reboot. After that I wasn't able to login to windows any more as each time it hanged up - it looked that happened when Aura loaded itself. So I tried to uninstall Aura through emergency mode - it didn't helped. Finally I reverted my Windows to latest restore point. What was wired it still was freezing at login screen. But once I disabled and the enabled lighting in the BIOS is stopped doing this, I was able to login to Windows again. Pretty dame wired but that what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex656 View Post
    it is true, regarding the problem at startup they told me simply to wait for the next the bios version and the problem of incompatibility of the gskill flarex ram would have been solved; I bought them because they were the first to be declared completely compatible with ryzen 1, it's incredible.
    The ram flarax processor did not boot cold until 1800x 7003 bios. It started with 7403 bios. funny ASUS
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    If you're on a 1st Gen or 2nd Gen CPU, not sure why you would want to use any BIOS newer than AGESA 1.0.0.6. That BIOS is the most stable BIOS so far and is fully mature for 2000 and 1000 series CPUs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TechyInAZ View Post
    If you're on a 1st Gen or 2nd Gen CPU, not sure why you would want to use any BIOS newer than AGESA 1.0.0.6. That BIOS is the most stable BIOS so far and is fully mature for 2000 and 1000 series CPUs.
    I guess you're kidding. Even in the 3000 series, this bios is problematic
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    Quote Originally Posted by mito1172 View Post
    I guess you're kidding. Even in the 3000 series, this bios is problematic
    What are you talking about? I don't understand. for 1st and 2nd Gen CPUs, they only need the last AGESA 1.0.0.6 BIOS they released which was a while ago.

    Of course with 3rd gen, stay on the most recent BIOS you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TechyInAZ View Post
    What are you talking about? I don't understand. for 1st and 2nd Gen CPUs, they only need the last AGESA 1.0.0.6 BIOS they released which was a while ago.

    Of course with 3rd gen, stay on the most recent BIOS you can.
    If you're talking about the latest bios 7501 it is already problematic. Even in the 3rd series
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