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    Quote Originally Posted by restsugavan View Post
    R6E was EOL already. However it was support Windows 11 natively.

    X299 chipset support Windows 11 required hardware.

    The new Bios is coming soon too. It will bringing direct storage support and also fixing this new vulnerable on X299 platform
    Intel SA-00525

    Now I during let Windows teams fixing Aquantia AQC107 driver from Marvell not compatible with Windows 11 and shutdown its on Windows session.

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    R6E was running great on Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.100
    TPM 2.0 Security Hardware is back on this build as
    my report issued on 22000.65 and 22000.71 build.

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    Thanks to Jennifer G Microsoft Windows 11 engineer.
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    R6E + Core i9 7980XE fully compattible with Windows 11 at the end.
    OK just let it install as I was waiting in the wings for Beta Channel.
    At this point no issue with my aquantia 10G on R6EE latest BIOS and 10980XE thats been modded with more recent microcodes than whats on the one on the ASUS support site. Working fine.
    Newer version than yours 22000.100 and arent you running a different board?

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    Now lets see if there are any updates. and ill probably spend the better part of tomorrow testing and making sure things work, the UI is going to take some getting used to.
    Last edited by BigJohnny; 07-30-2021 at 03:33 AM.

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    It was okay mate @BigJohnny.

    Now I during testing Windows 11 and Office Insider Preview.

    About Aquantia AQC 107 10Gb , @Mokichu already provided me new driver 3.0.19.0 WHQL.

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    Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.100
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    EDGE 92.0.902.65
    were on testing now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by restsugavan View Post
    It was okay mate @BigJohnny.

    Now I during testing Windows 11 and Office Insider Preview.

    About Aquantia AQC 107 10Gb , @Mokichu already provided me new driver 3.0.19.0 WHQL.

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    Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.100
    Office Insider Preview Build 14326.2004
    EDGE 92.0.902.65
    were on testing now.
    Im running driver version 2.2.3.0 from Marvell dated 2/12/21

    Im not having much luck with my install. Lost Memory OC to green screen of death now. had to drop that back to XMP and also noted Ive gained 5C on my CPU across multiple speeds comparing to win 10 on heavy AVX workloads with 10980XE. Still early on and hopefully this will improve or Ill be rolling back to 10 until it expires. Ive personally seen zero perforance boot, actually performance drop both CPU scores that are running hotter with lower scores and memory bandwidth dropped from 110,000MB/S to 98,000 and latency went up from 59nS to 65nS. with the exact same clocks (after having lost my OC ability to the green screen of death. Gave me a pcie.sys error, something I've not ever seen before. dialed it back and it locked up so I had to go back all the way to XMP. 3800 CL16 to 3600 CL18 and worse bandwidth even there. It just hit Beta so will see how it goes.

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    Hi,
    Must have lots of free time to mess with 11 in current state
    There are too many workarounds to install 11on even 775 socket boards lol to worry about intel obnoxious security requirements atm on x299/.....

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    Lightbulb Windows 11 is waiting for your rigs.

    Quote Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
    Hi,
    Must have lots of free time to mess with 11 in current state
    There are too many workarounds to install 11on even 775 socket boards lol to worry about intel obnoxious security requirements atm on x299/.....

    Old hardware are welcome too. Let's testing its performance mate.

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    Now Microsoft Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.160
    Microsoft Office Insider Preview Version 2109 Build 14416.20006
    Microsoft EDGE Insider Preview Build 92.0.902.78

    Just waiting for your old school rigs.
    Windows 11 22H2 Build 22533.1001 Core i9 7980XE 02006COA MCU 2021-06-16 R6E 3601 MODDED BIOS TPM 2.0 Enabled VROC 7.6.0.1023 + RST 18.31.1.5256 ME FW 11.12.90.1962 DV 2131.1.4.0 64GB DDR4 3200 XMP POSEIDON 1080i GTX NVIDIA Driver 511.23 WHQL 3TB SAMSUNG 970 EVO PLUS OMS Driver 18.36.4.1022 WHQL i219 V OROM 0.1.02 BA 0.1.16 12.19.1.37 WHQL AQC 107N FW 3.1.121 AQC 3.1.6.0 WHQL Realtek HD 6.0.9289.1 WHQL SAMSUNG ODYSSEY G9 49 NEO FW 1008 VESA HDR 2000 DP

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    Quote Originally Posted by JTZ1032 View Post
    Hello guys,

    This looks really good. Many thanks to restsugavan for clarifying what is contained in this new BIOS.

    Since I am using BIOS Version 1401 from 2018 with my Rampage VI APEX, do I first need to install a newer BIOS before version 3501? My Intel ME firmware is the newest already 11.12.86.1877

    I will not be installing Windows 11 until it is released later this year and so will not need this BIOS just yet. Thanks again.
    Hi everyone,

    I hope all is well. Sorry for asking again but my previous question was ignored.

    I wish to ask if this 3501 BIOS update is required before updating to Windows 11 or is it just recommended? How stable is this newer BIOS?

    My Rampage VI APEX is still using BIOS Version 1401. Are there any special steps I need to take to update to version 3501 or is it just the usual process?
    Thanks for any advice.

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    If you have TPM in the current BIOS then there is no need to update. Im on a "pre win11 optimized " BIOS and running just fine. ASUS has never been very good with their changelogs on BIOS. I really hate the "Improved stability" phrase. Never goes into details. Im not one to update just because there is a new one. I stick with what works and only update if there is a reason.

    If you really want to update then it shouldn't be any different than any other BIOS update.

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by BigJohnny View Post
    If you have TPM in the current BIOS then there is no need to update. Im on a "pre win11 optimized " BIOS and running just fine. ASUS has never been very good with their changelogs on BIOS. I really hate the "Improved stability" phrase. Never goes into details. Im not one to update just because there is a new one. I stick with what works and only update if there is a reason.

    If you really want to update then it shouldn't be any different than any other BIOS update.
    Hi BigJohnny,

    Many thanks for your prompt and really helpful response.

    You’re right, the TPM is detected and is working fine in the BIOS and within Windows 10 so its great news I don’t need to update the BIOS. Microsoft's Windows Health Check tool shows my system is ready for Windows 11, hence my question.

    I hate those “Improved stability” release notes too, they are way too vague. I’m with you, if I don’t need to update I won’t. My system is working perfectly and is totally stable, so this is great news.

    I’ll upgrade to Windows 11 probably in late January. Cheers.

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