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    Quote Originally Posted by adr82 View Post
    No they weren't
    Oh yes, there was talk of crowdfunding Bios writers for Asus on Reddit ....

    Now that we know the state these bioses are in, it's obvious it will take time to fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adr82 View Post
    No they weren't. People were absolutely not clamouring for a buggy BIOS release that only contains regressions and an outdated AGESA version.

    Nobody wants a series of random buggy BIOSes released every couple of days except maybe some of the more masochistic types who love testing every little thing. I completely understand AMD are at fault here too, but the fact that Asus somehow managed to break something as simple as mouse support is equal parts hilarious and worrying. I don't know what's worse, that they didn't notice the problem before releasing it or that they did and couldn't be arsed fixing it. Either way it speaks volumes about their professional approach.

    Anyway, what people actually want is a stable BIOS with everything working as intended, and while we're waiting some updates on what's going on behind the scenes to produce such a stable version would be nice. Silence punctuated by occasional random betas is not the best approach.
    That wuld be ME i got 3 hours to liteary WASTE on testing alpha and beta bioses EVERY day... Till wow Classic comes out
    When Elmor was around he used to sen us very crappy bioses to test out and report what does not work at OCN I LOVED IT miss those times
    Last edited by ZEEED; 07-25-2019 at 10:46 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xeizo View Post
    So that's why Asus didn't release it earlier, it's crap, but people where shouting for it.

    We just have to wait for a serious AGESA from AMD, all engineers probably on vacation so I guess 2501 will have to do until somewhere in September.
    im quite happy with 2501 on my system atm Everything wiorks. Boots great and fast its stable benches good. I coul leave this as my permament bios.

    I tested Every single bioss i could get since C6H was so fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by xeizo View Post
    Oh yes, there was talk of crowdfunding Bios writers for Asus on Reddit ....
    lol. Pretty sure that stemmed from frustration at the apparent under-resourced state of the Asus BIOS team coupled with a semi-serious proposal to improve matters, not an effort to allow Asus to throw a few more random bodies into the mix to kick random work-in-progress builds out the door every few days. Providing buggy beta BIOS builds is absolutely worthless for the vast majority of the Asus customer base.

    I feel like all that should go without saying, but I guess not.

    The lengths some people here will go to in order to defend Asus is a bit ridiculous. No company is perfect, Asus certainly aren't. There is nothing whatsoever wrong with justified criticism, and this is a perfect example of when such criticism is merited. Blind loyalty to any company is a bit silly whichever way you look at it. They don't care about you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adr82 View Post
    lol. Pretty sure that stemmed from frustration at the apparent under-resourced state of the Asus BIOS team coupled with a semi-serious proposal to improve matters, not an effort to allow Asus to throw a few more random bodies into the mix to kick random work-in-progress builds out the door every few days. Providing buggy beta BIOS builds is absolutely worthless for the vast majority of the Asus customer base.

    I feel like all that should go without saying, but I guess not.

    The lengths some people here will go to in order to defend Asus is a bit ridiculous. No company is perfect, Asus certainly aren't. There is nothing whatsoever wrong with justified criticism, and this is a perfect example of when such criticism is merited. Blind loyalty to any company is a bit silly whichever way you look at it. They don't care about you.
    Of course not, they need money, as all of us. But if they put out subpar products they will get bad reputation, and are less likely to make more money later on. Simple as that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adr82 View Post
    lol. Pretty sure that stemmed from frustration at the apparent under-resourced state of the Asus BIOS team coupled with a semi-serious proposal to improve matters, not an effort to allow Asus to throw a few more random bodies into the mix to kick random work-in-progress builds out the door every few days. Providing buggy beta BIOS builds is absolutely worthless for the vast majority of the Asus customer base.

    I feel like all that should go without saying, but I guess not.

    The lengths some people here will go to in order to defend Asus is a bit ridiculous. No company is perfect, Asus certainly aren't. There is nothing whatsoever wrong with justified criticism, and this is a perfect example of when such criticism is merited. Blind loyalty to any company is a bit silly whichever way you look at it. They don't care about you.
    I tell you one thing. At lest not a single motherboard from Asus died on me. I had 3 MXI x99 motherboards die in 6 months of use EACH moved to ASRock 2 years no problem still working in my mates home. I had Gigabyte Z97 VRM section catch FIRE and going in smoke in 3 week old pc.

    For me its Asus or ASRock nowadays.

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    To everyone complaining about seeing high voltages at idle:

    Are you waiting for two (2) minutes after booting into Windows before looking at voltages/core speeds/etc.?

    You need to wait for about two minutes after getting to the desktop in Windows to let the idle logic kick in.
    Until that timer expires, you will see a constant boost clock on all cores and high voltages on all cores.
    After the two minute time period expires, you will see all cores drop to idle speeds and voltages (at least on a non-buggy BIOS).

    On my C7H Wifi w/2700x on BIOS 2406 I see idle core speeds of 2200 MHz and voltages drop to 0.750V on all cores according to GPUz and 0.8375V according to Ryzen Master.
    But I only see this occur two minutes after getting to the desktop after a reboot.

    If this is common knowledge to all of you, then never mind. I have not seen it discussed and just wanted to bring it up.
    Last edited by Azrak; 07-26-2019 at 12:27 AM. Reason: wrong BIOS version

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azrak View Post
    To everyone complaining about seeing high voltages at idle:

    Are you waiting for two (2) minutes after booting into Windows before looking at voltages/core speeds/etc.?

    You need to wait for about two minutes after getting to the desktop in Windows to let the idle logic kick in.
    Until that timer expires, you will see a constant boost clock on all cores and high voltages on all cores.
    After the two minute time period expires, you will see all cores drop to idle speeds and voltages (at least on a non-buggy BIOS).

    On my C7H Wifi w/2700x on BIOS 2602 I see idle core speeds of 2200 MHz and voltages drop to 0.750V on all cores according to GPUz and 0.8375V according to Ryzen Master.
    But I only see this occur two minutes after getting to the desktop after a reboot.

    If this is common knowledge to all of you, then never mind. I have not seen it discussed and just wanted to bring it up.
    Things works fairly well with 2700X, it's Ryzen 3000 which has voltages and temps all over the place. But even Ryzen 3000 gets calm if using Windows Balanced power scheme. The Ryzen power schemes are more hungry for power and heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xeizo View Post
    Things works fairly well with 2700X, it's Ryzen 3000 which has voltages and temps all over the place. But even Ryzen 3000 gets calm if using Windows Balanced power scheme. The Ryzen power schemes are more hungry for power and heat.
    And n Gigabyte x570 auros elite voltages and temps are everywhere same as on C7H i had one for 2 weeks. And bios was terrible on it to work with memory training sucked that was on 1.0.0.3AB so if You thnk its better on other motherboards its not better at lest not on Gigabyte D

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