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    Quote Originally Posted by Steelo View Post
    Yes there is. Just do it these adjustment, details in the below.

    Go bios and set these in manual and no more reboot.
    *Cpu Soc Voltage 1.1v
    *Vddg iod 950v
    *Vddg ccd 900v
    These values didn't work for me...still had shutdown with them in place for BIOS 3001. If they also don't work for you @emin93, you may want to look into disabling c-states (DF cstates?). I think you can do some Google searches about that. Not sure it is a solution as I didn't try it myself but it may be worth investigating.

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    Having updated from BIOS 2606 to 28xx and then 3001, I can confirm I'm still seeing random reboots at idle. Back to 2606 for me, as its been the last stable BIOS for this motherboard. Is anyone aware that ASUS is actually looking at this issue because I've seen nothing to suggest that they are even aware of the problem?

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    Has anyone been able to revert to a previous BIOS level from 3001? Using either method (i.e from within BIOS or using EZ flashback from a USB drive in the correct slot and pressing the button fails for me as upon reboot I'm still at 3001.....and yes I have run the renaming utility prior to doing the USB/button method)

    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinistercr0c View Post
    Has anyone been able to revert to a previous BIOS level from 3001? Using either method (i.e from within BIOS or using EZ flashback from a USB drive in the correct slot and pressing the button fails for me as upon reboot I'm still at 3001.....and yes I have run the renaming utility prior to doing the USB/button method)

    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
    I recommend checking to see that the renaming tool did its job . You should have SX570EG.CAP for the filename and you can just rename it yourself if you wanted to and not use the utility. Before renaming, if you have any other version firmware file on the same USB stick, either remove them first or make sure you have them all renamed to something else. For example, I rename all the BIOS files that I am not going to flash with according to their version number so there is no mistake and I can refer back to them. For example, SX570EG_2606.CAP, SX570EG_3001.cap.

    When using the BIOS flashback button, make sure to hold the button in for at least 5 seconds or until you see the led light nearby slowly flashing then release. Let it finish to the point where it is no longer flashing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asus_user2 View Post
    BIOS 3001 bricked my X570-E Gaming and I'm not the only one (Reddit). Q Code 96 and that was it. Clearing CMOS had no effect, neither prior or after flashing. It kept going to Q code 96.

    Had to use the BIOS Flashback to revert to 2802 which I was running before.
    Same here. Had to flash the previous version (2816) to get my board working again.

    For any ASUS engineer reading this, my GPU is a Radeon Pro Duo (Fiji).

    Had Q Code 96 with the White Q LED. Tried GPU reseat which did not work.

    3001 IS BORKED! DO NOT FLASH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steelo View Post
    Yes there is. Just do it these adjustment, details in the below.

    Go bios and set these in manual and no more reboot.
    *Cpu Soc Voltage 1.1v
    *Vddg iod 950v
    *Vddg ccd 900v
    This actually seemed to do the trick for me. No more shutdowns on 3001 so far and performance seems to be the same as without those settings, so I'm happy. Thank you
    Last edited by emin93; 12-19-2020 at 05:55 AM.

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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array Shenny PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crystalyne View Post
    3001 IS BORKED! DO NOT FLASH!
    Too generalized statement! The fact that we know just of two failed cases as opposed to so many successful flashes (including me) does not make the BIOS "borked". Ironically, nobody complained of such issues with the "beta" BIOSes.

    On the other hand. most probably, I would have been absolutely pissed in your place so your reaction is understandable. Hopefully. somebody from ASUS will take note.

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    Well I guess I am the only third person who had 3001 flash and then the board wouldn't post. But I cleared the CMOS (including removing the battery for a while) and re-flashed using 3001 and it worked fine. Maybe the firmware update caused a hang on the system for some reason? Idk. But there may even be more ppl this affected, ones who didn't post on here even. And it also didn't fix the RAM issue I've had since every bios past 1408 which causes a random reboot because the board now can't handle higher speed memory it's rated for that's compatible with it. Even though it did fine out of the box. Even though the memory has been tested and even checked in a different system. Yay. Maybe upgrading to a 5000 CPU might fix the problem, whatever change has caused it. Never have I had issues with an ASUS board like this one that were seemingly all bios related. In any case the NEXT bios release *might* be better. 2020 is coming to an end after all.

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    Do you believe ASUS is releasing a new BIOS in 2020?

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    Bios 3001 fine for me.
    I flash 10th december. So far no sutdowns and whea loggers.
    Core perfomance boost disabled.
    All auto. only manual settings ram voltage 1.35. timings. and freqency. without docp.
    Windows 10 20H2. msdn fresh install.
    If random shutdowns come. i've reported.

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