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    Quote Originally Posted by Braegnok View Post
    I noticed instability running 2002 or 2004 using my old OC settings from 0804, 0901
    So far the 2103 and 2301 BIOS have been stable for me with my old 4500C18 profile.

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    Nowadays I only update my BIOS if the new version contains an improvement I need, generally the newer versions do not add new features I need.

    Back when I was running 2x8GB kits, and overclocking memory,.. I would update often hoping for the slightest possibility it would improve stability and RAM support.
    Last edited by Braegnok; 09-02-2021 at 03:58 AM.

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    I saw somewhere people getting back to 0707 - as back then some stated that this is one of the best ("official") bioses for stability and ram etc.
    I'm running 1003, no issues so far
    I think I could go back even more if I don't need the RBAR stuff :P

    anyways - noticed something few generations ago, can't remember about IX or X (those also had jumpers for LEDs), but for sure for XI... turning OFF all leds could lead to some 0.01-0.02V VCORE less =))
    couldn't believe that still applies here, just checked this sh*t out )

    by default I used to turn them off, but now having bling-bling DDR4 with crappy lights I said ok, let's have it all =))
    for some reason couldn't pass GSAT no matter I was doing, had another Apex XII before "upgrading" to the miserable Apex XIII (which after three months I literally gave up and smashed it), and using the same processor, DDR4 kits and settings everything went south... remembered that I forgot to switch off the damn lights =))
    I think for some reason at some point they really started to mess up having dedicated routes for lights or something...

    this proves the Asus's state of the art craftmanship... Asus - pure incompetence at its best

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    Quote Originally Posted by kvarq View Post
    I'm running 1003, no issues so far
    I will keep 1003 BIOS in mind, but the newest 2301 BIOS has full Windows 11 support, so that is nice.

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    with the new sneaky ROG-STRIX-Z490-I-GAMING-ASUS-9902 bios.. the ptt works.. u can toggle it on an off and it gives u full win11 suport

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    I heard about the troubles with supplies Asus Z490 to Thailand - https://www.chiangraitimes.com/econo...-and-thailand/. I want to buy it for myself. but don't have permission for shipping from another country.

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    new official bios for z490-i works and gives full windows 11 suport ... finaly

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    Ahahaha, no, lol, it gives dumb asses no need to turn on TPM in BIOS, because it sets it to ON by default and no way to turn it off.
    Rejoice, though, now you have always on hardware sypware active.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ataemonus View Post
    Ahahaha, no, lol, it gives dumb asses no need to turn on TPM in BIOS, because it sets it to ON by default and no way to turn it off.
    Rejoice, though, now you have always on hardware sypware active.
    You do know that Apple and Google spy on your smartphone that you carry with you everywhere you go...

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    Hi,
    Funny it's there already just turn it on lol

    Or best of all just disable 11 silly checks

    https://www.ghacks.net/2021/09/27/me...bility-checks/

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