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    We got missed again. Pretty sure ASUS forgot they sell this board as the most expensive ITX 550 board there is.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comment..._motherboards/

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    Quote Originally Posted by madpear View Post
    They responded without understanding the question so I tacked on with a clarification.
    If you actually look the detail of that post, you will notice that basically very few of the BIOS versions have changed. Nothing is new for any of the X570 and B550 boards, so I would not worry at all. We have all been missed!

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    BIOS Version 1401 finally released:

    https://rog.asus.com/us/motherboards...helpdesk_bios/

    Undervolting alone gave me a solid 1% boost to single thread benches, 3-4% to multi thread benches, and ~10% power reduction, equating to around 5-10 C cooler temps across different usage scenarios.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madpear View Post
    BIOS Version 1401 finally released:

    https://rog.asus.com/us/motherboards...helpdesk_bios/

    Undervolting alone gave me a solid 1% boost to single thread benches, 3-4% to multi thread benches, and ~10% power reduction, equating to around 5-10 C cooler temps across different usage scenarios.
    Are you using curve optimizer?

    I have a 5600X in my B550i in an SFF case (DAN A4) and I've got mine set using curve optimizer - it's helped lower power consumption at stock PPT (76W) which ahs enabled higher frequencies on all-core boost.

    In addition... FAN CURVES can go above 75°C now!!! No longer does it automatically go to 100% at 75°C - you can adjust it all the way up to 100°C! Happy days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by madpear View Post
    BIOS Version 1401 finally released:

    https://rog.asus.com/us/motherboards...helpdesk_bios/

    Undervolting alone gave me a solid 1% boost to single thread benches, 3-4% to multi thread benches, and ~10% power reduction, equating to around 5-10 C cooler temps across different usage scenarios.
    madpear can you tell us what settings you undervolt? Can you explain the theory behind how this leads to performance improvements? Are you hitting temp or current limits in multi-threaded workloads when not undervolting? Thanks.

    As far as VSOC, I noticed my B550-I would auto to rather high 1.25v at 3733 1:1, I'm running 2x16GB B-dies at 14-14-14-14-34 @ 1.45v. I manually set VSOC to 1.1v and saved around ~7watts according to hwinfo.

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