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    ROG Member Array DejaVu PC Specs
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    Hero XI bios 1602

    some of you have tested this bios?

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array bass junkie xl PC Specs
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    MotherboardAsus Rog XI Code Z-390 -Bios -1502
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    Z390 xi code no issues yet .
    32gb 8gb x4 of 4133 c18 @ 4133 c17 @38 NS latency
    9900 ks @ 5.1 GHz 4.8 cache @ 1.28v no issues yet to report

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    New ROGer Array Pavoluhliarik PC Specs
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    In the bios 1105 everything was fine when I threw in a new bios so the device manager made me this-vid image how to remove it thank you.Click image for larger version. 

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    Last edited by Pavoluhliarik; 08-22-2020 at 04:01 PM.

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    With this new Bios has anyone had the fan spikes and hotter CPU temps plus not being stable with a few blue screens like I had with 1502?
    Without even overclocking my 9900ks.
    I had to revert back to 1401 which is all good.

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array bass junkie xl PC Specs
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    MotherboardAsus Rog XI Code Z-390 -Bios -1502
    Processori9-9900-Ks @ 5.0/4.7 Cache @ 1.23v
    Memory (part number)32 GB ( 8 GB x 4 ) Team Group X @ 4133 mhz cl-17-17-17-34 @ 1.45v / vccio = 1.25v/ vcssa = 1.25 v
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    Nope solid here better ram oc vs 1402 bios.
    9900ks 5.1/4.8 cache @1.28v
    32gb 8gbx4 4133 c17 tuned tight @ 35.5 nslatency

    I just ran occt large for 24 hrs no issues.
    Ran tm5 for 6 cycles and HCI on z390 xi code bios 1602

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    ROG Enthusiast Array phatmonkey PC Specs
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    I ran into the same problem as 1502 or whatever it was, Driver No Equal BSOD, then second boot up Multiple IRP Requests BSOD, gone back to 1402 which is fine using XMP1

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array XYchromosone PC Specs
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    MotherboardASUS Maximux XI Extreme [BIOS 1602]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavoluhliarik View Post
    In the bios 1105 everything was fine when I threw in a new bios so the device manager made me this-vid image how to remove it thank you.Click image for larger version. 

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    I would right click each system device [one at a time] with the yellow triangle and choose "Uninstall Device". If a small window appears that asks "Remove driver" tick the box next to it and click OK. After removing all 8 devices and rebooting, see if the devices have returned.

    If I am correct I believe those 8 devices with a yellow triangle are for Intel NUC [Next Unit of Computing] mini computers. If this is correct then I do not understand why they got installed [if I read you correctly] after you updated the BIOS from 1105 to 1602?
    Last edited by XYchromosone; 08-24-2020 at 12:25 PM.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array no1yak PC Specs
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    Updated to 1602 from 1502. Applied bios setting via saved USB stick and no difference form 1502. The only thing is my firmware for IME wasn't applied because my version is later than what Asus has. All running with zero problems. I don't know how you Guys apply your bios updates but , I always use bios flash back for updates after using the clear Cmos button. Never had anything go wrong.

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    With v1502 so many people reported problems with higher cpu temperature/voltages/fan spikes - including me. Does v1602 solved that specific problem?
    Heat and instability have caused me rolling back to v1302 all the time because all versions in between were faulty.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elinor View Post
    With this new Bios has anyone had the fan spikes and hotter CPU temps plus not being stable with a few blue screens like I had with 1502?
    Without even overclocking my 9900ks.
    I had to revert back to 1401 which is all good.
    BUMP!
    Last edited by 6kbyte; 08-26-2020 at 06:59 AM.

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array XYchromosone PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by no1yak View Post
    Updated to 1602 from 1502. Applied bios setting via saved USB stick and no difference form 1502. The only thing is my firmware for IME wasn't applied because my version is later than what Asus has. All running with zero problems. I don't know how you Guys apply your bios updates but , I always use bios flash back for updates after using the clear Cmos button. Never had anything go wrong.
    I had the exact same experience, the only difference is that this time i used ez BIOS flash update within the BIOS to update from 1502 to 1602, then imported my AI OC and XMP1 with tighter RAM timings from a backup from 1502 CMO file on a USB stick. So far so good, with better voltages and even tighter RAM timings that I am still in the process of tweaking. I also updated my daughter's Maximus XI Code using the exact same process without a hitch so far.

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