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    New ROGer Array mehigh PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by ForkWNY View Post
    https://www.asus.com/us/support/FAQ/1012815/

    Personally, I always save the BIOS update file unzipped to a HDD, boot into the BIOS, then use the EZ-Flash 3 utility to flash the new BIOS. Once it's flashed, your PC will reboot, perhaps power off/on a couple of times, and you should be brought to a screen stating that you need to enter your settings using the F1 key. Go into your BIOS settings and re-configure them from scratch.

    If you're using Bitlocker drive encryption in Windows 10, make sure you head into the Windows control panel and SUSPEND Bitlocker before proceeding with a BIOS flash, or you'll be required to go through Bitlocker recovery in order to boot back into Windows. It's happened to me a couple of times because I simply forgot to suspend Bitlocker. Fortunately I backup my recovery keys in multiple places in the event that happens.
    I do the same and I'm not using Bitlocker, but I was welcomed with INACCESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE (x570-E updated from version 1201 to version 1405). After 2 hours of debug I've started fresh.
    I was curious if I'm doing something wrong...
    Thank you for your reply.
    Last edited by mehigh; 10-26-2020 at 02:41 PM. Reason: reword

  2. #372
    ROG Enthusiast Array Shenny PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erwin05 View Post
    Strange! According to the table posted in this link, ROG STRIX X570-E GAMING supports Zen 3 CPUs as early as with BIOS 2606 which is mid-August. I wonder how they could ensure such support two months before the official rollout of the CPUs.


    Regarding the other question commented in the last few posts about popular methods for updating the BIOS, I personally prefer to write the BIOS file and only it on a flash drive (I mean, no other files on the flash drive besides the BIOS) and load it with the EZ Flash 3 tool for update.

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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array Erwin05 PC Specs
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    I prefer the Asus USB bios flashback methode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOnQNCoB9mM

    Asus EZ Flash 3 utility methode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scK8AP8ZACc
    Last edited by Erwin05; 10-26-2020 at 08:36 PM.

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    New bios 2802 for x570-e is abselutly amazing so far right after bios flash new cinebench records overclocks far better, also boost to 4,6 ghz noticably now even reaches 4650 seems to run lot lower temps to while in idle, kind of worried tho this bios is not gonna be stable with linux kernel have to test it out hopefully its fine.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array Shenny PC Specs
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    Finally, the CPU support list for our mobo has been updated to confirm the support for the new processors starting with BIOS 2606.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shenny View Post
    Finally, the CPU support list for our mobo has been updated to confirm the support for the new processors starting with BIOS 2606.
    Well, I should be ready then I suppose. I updated to 2802 as soon as it came out without a CPU installed (don't have a AM4 AMD around).

    So now I'll just have to wait for the 5900X to be released which is the best price/performance CPU that is the most future proof for a reasonable price, or at least more reasonable than the 5950X in my opinion.

    The new board looked pretty with the colors lighting up though, and yes I don't have any RGB at all yet. Well except on my EVGA 2080 XC Ultra card.
    I am currently still rocking the 2600K with a Noctua NH-D14 on top in a HAF-X with 200mm Coolermaster Megaflow Red fans all around. Pretty old school maybe but it lasted a good decade with just a GPU upgrade from GTX480 to GTX970 to now RTX2080.

    The only thing I wonder is how the thermals will be with the Noctua D14 on top of the 5900X. Hopefully reasonable or otherwise I might get a ROG watercooling solution.

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    New ROGer Array finnstop PC Specs
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    New beta BIOS out:

    Version 2812 Beta Version
    2020/11/05 19.85 MBytes

    ROG STRIX X570-E GAMING BIOS 2812
    "1. Update AMD AM4 AGESA V2 PI 1.1.0.0 Patch C
    2. Improve system stability
    3. Improve DRAM compatibility
    Before running the USB flashback tool,please rename the BIOS file (SX570EG.CAP) using BIOSRenamer"

    Had a few instances of crashes with 2802 with FMax enhancer on....may have stabilized 2802 for now with no crashes recently but maybe this new BIOS is more stable from the get-go.
    Last edited by finnstop; 11-05-2020 at 04:43 PM.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array Shenny PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by finnstop View Post
    New beta BIOS out:

    Version 2812 Beta Version
    2020/11/05 19.85 MBytes

    ROG STRIX X570-E GAMING BIOS 2812
    "1. Update AMD AM4 AGESA V2 PI 1.1.0.0 Patch C
    2. Improve system stability
    3. Improve DRAM compatibility
    Before running the USB flashback tool,please rename the BIOS file (SX570EG.CAP) using BIOSRenamer"

    Had a few instances of crashes with 2802 with FMax enhancer on....may have stabilized 2802 for now with no crashes recently but maybe this new BIOS is more stable from the get-go.
    I would think twice before updating to a beta version. Possibly, there are still a few issues to smooth out and I am quite happy with 2802, it is quite stable so far. Still, you could share your impressions if it is working fine.

    Btw, if anybody has installed one of the new Zen 3 CPUs, please, confirm whether they are running without problems with the latest BIOS versions. ASUS claim that they are supported since 2606 (which was released two months ago) but still...

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    [QUOTE=Shenny;818891]I would think twice before updating to a beta version. Possibly, there are still a few issues to smooth out and I am quite happy with 2802, it is quite stable so far. Still, you could share your impressions if it is working fine.

    Yes, as a standard practice, I don't usually use beta BIOS revs and just wait for a finalized version which are often available pretty reasonably soon after a beta release. Things seem pretty stable atm but if I run across another crash, I'll just disable the FMax feature and wait to see if a future revision of the BIOS can steady things. Was just noting that it's available and remarking about the potential stability improvement for any of the more aggressive types seeking to tackle any such issue with 2802.

    I too would be interested to hear what others may experience with it!

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    2802 Problems, random crash from wake up

    Here I have big problems with 2802 BIOS. My PC just reset, from wake up, if don't do it exactly on wake up, do it after 30 secs max.
    I try different video card and PSU and problem persist. Going back to 2606 fix my issue. I didn't understand what cause this problem.
    Will give a try to beta 2812, as I think fix some issues in 2802 and may be my issue too.

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