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    ROG Member Array YabaX PC Specs
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    its like the new bios will give you 100% performance boost, its just 100+- Mhz that will not make any difference in real world performance rather than little in benchmarks, so just wait for a proper tested bios instead of a rushed buggy one.

    i bet if you got the buggy or beta one now like MSI/Gigabyte, you will come back complaining about it and saying they should've taken the time to properly test it before release.

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    1001 for the Crosshair VIII hero is available on the motherboard's main page. Check Software/driver update under other O/S if its not in the expected places.

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    ROG Member Array YabaX PC Specs
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    now available for X570 Gaming-F, downloading now.

    Edit: still not hitting 4.4 on single core, max i saw 4350
    Last edited by YabaX; 09-14-2019 at 08:43 AM.

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    I have a 3900x and a ASUS Strix X570-E and still not hiting the 4,6GHz with Abba, only the 50MHz up, from 4,375 to 4,425

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanHot View Post
    I have a 3900x and a ASUS Strix X570-E and still not hiting the 4,6GHz with Abba, only the 50MHz up, from 4,375 to 4,425
    I am still waiting official BIOS from Asus, rather would not experiment with beta.

    Currently, with my 3900x, max short time boost I have ever seen is 4500Mhz, but typically boost (only on 1-2 best cores) between 4.425 and 4.475GHz (other cores 25-50MHz less), with vid of 1.5v. All core load in real and benchmarking apps is typically between 4.1 and 4.2GHz (only 4.0GHz on prime95 smallfft even CPU is cooled with big air Noctua cooler)

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    New beta bios with ABBA for Prime X470-Pro(and X370-Pro) available on hardwareluxx.de:

    https://cloud.asustreiber.de/s/L3CFKKATBfaPp85

    ( https://www.hardwareluxx.de/communit...4-1198563.html

    https://www.hardwareluxx.de/communit...28903.html#2.7 )

    It's not a mod bios, it's a beta provided by Asus Germany.

    Performance is indeed better for my 3700X on a Prime X470-Pro, but PBO doesn't work, only Auto OC does. 4417MHz on three cores, and just noticed 4442MHZ on one while typing this.

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    1003 ABBA improvements

    3900x/Noctu U12A/4x8GB DDR4 3600c14/CH7 Wifi

    1003ABB:
    -Windows 10 single core boost: 4275MHz
    -CB 20 single core boost: 4225MHz
    -Games are running at 4200-4275MHz on all cores, independent of load. Max. clock difference between cores is 25MHz.

    1003ABBA:
    -Windows 10 single core boost: 4550MHz
    -CB 20 single core boost: 4450MHz
    -Games are running at 3700-4500MHz. Cores boost independent of each other (500ms intervals). Max. clock difference between cores is several hundred of MHz. Some games seem to run ~3-4% faster on average. Sometimes with improved lows/frametimes, sometimes with less stable frametimes.

    Example of boost in games with 1003ABB:
    https://youtu.be/Z-RtmzWwxw4?t=29

    Example of boost in games with 1003ABBA:
    https://youtu.be/q7KLsSU9h9k?t=30

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    Hi
    Still waiting bios ABBA for x470-f gaming lets hope they work faster this time...

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    Last edited by mimosoft; 09-19-2019 at 08:35 AM.

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array xeizo PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by mimosoft View Post
    Thanks! This will be fun, 5220 for Prime Pro is real good. I hope the same for this one.
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