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  1. #21
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    Hmm... The question to go back to the next previous Bios is a pertinent one. I would, but have done that before with a different motherboard, and the result was problems then too. In my case the switch back resulted in HWMonitor reporting some crazy clock speed numbers. Whether or not the numbers were accurate, it was extremely vexing and meant I just ended up using a different system--but not a lot of people have that option. Hopefully (but this is doubtful) they fix the problems and get yet another Bios out before long.

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    ROG Member Array catch36 PC Specs
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    MotherboardAsus Rog CrossHair VIII WiFi
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    I encoutered spontaneous reboots without any BSOD's after updating to bios 2103. The system would reboot to the bios with CPU fan error. This is my first AMD system so I just flashed back to 2206 since I didn't know how to fix the issues and I never had any problems with that bios.

    So far so good except I notice that when when running the Aida43 memory benchmarks all scores have dropped except the memory latency.my memory System was at stock with a manual memory overclock @3733MHz. Is there a setting in the bios that I maybe missing that would help to improve the score?

    Any suggestions would be appreciated

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by catch36 View Post
    I encoutered spontaneous reboots without any BSOD's after updating to bios 2103. The system would reboot to the bios with CPU fan error. This is my first AMD system so I just flashed back to 2206 since I didn't know how to fix the issues and I never had any problems with that bios.

    So far so good except I notice that when when running the Aida43 memory benchmarks all scores have dropped except the memory latency.my memory System was at stock with a manual memory overclock @3733MHz. Is there a setting in the bios that I maybe missing that would help to improve the score?

    Any suggestions would be appreciated

    Thanks
    If you use the new aida version then it is normal that the score dropped.
    They changed something in the benchmarking. It has nothing to do with the Bios. I read some topic about it in an another forum where some user compared both results with the old and new version.

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    ROG Member Array catch36 PC Specs
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    MotherboardAsus Rog CrossHair VIII WiFi
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    Graphics Card #1EVGA 1080Ti
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    Thanks for the reply. I did update to latest version of Aida64.

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    Well, I've put my newest build with a Crosshair VIII Formula motherboard out to pasture (in the closet to collect dust) for now because of 2311 and a sudden power crash (which was instant with no proper shutdowns) and a BSOD. I need a reliable system and it is not worth the hassles to try to tinker--and this is nothing new to me, and I am simply using an older rig in place. It seems to me that when you buy the latest system you get this kind of thing--or that's my experience anyhow. I'm not sure if other makers' high end motherboards have the same kind of Bios problems or not, and have read all makers are the same (but know that idea has limited value). With my Rampage VI Extreme Omega it was around a six month wait when I had Bios problems with it. Let's hope it's not six months in this case.
    Last edited by Super Gnome; 10-30-2020 at 05:41 AM.

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    I installed 2311 and have had no issues. Crosshair Impact VIII. But I have looked and I can't find a setting for S.A.M Does anyone know where it is in the bios?

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    Previously had bios post/boot freeze issues with the post code 8d. have not had the issue since the update...so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry_57 View Post
    I installed 2311 and have had no issues. Crosshair Impact VIII. But I have looked and I can't find a setting for S.A.M Does anyone know where it is in the bios?
    It'll probably only show or be available if you run a zen 3 CPU.

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    Updated to 2311 and now my keyboard lights no longer function. The motherboard gives error c5 when using 4 sticks of ram. So now stuck using 2. No boot if any settings changed that affect ram speed or infinity fabric.

    My pc was fully functional and fully updated and now it runs buggy, i cant see the keys on my keyboard to even type. I'm seriously unhappy with the outcome of this bios update. Even after rolling back the bios to 2206 then 2103.


    Ive been repairing and building custom pc's for 25yrs and this has me stumped. The boards bios needs wiping completely. Do we have any tool for the desktop or am i looking at buying a bios r/w to repair the bios out of the board????
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    You can fix the keyboard bug by redownloading the firmware on corsair brand.

    The memory fix for a lot of us is actually our RGB ram becoming corrupt. You can solve your ram issues by downloading thiaphoon burner and flashing your spd's on each stick.
    This solved my motherboard no longer working with 4 sticks.
    I was also able to get much better performance as a result.
    The bios update caused some corruption across my devices or it happened over time. Iether way some of you reading this need to try the fix's ive used here. I replaced the TIM aswell. Good luck This solved the F8 OD C5 errors! now all fixed!
    Last edited by purecain; 11-04-2020 at 06:42 AM.
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