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    ROG MAXIMUS XIII HERO v1301

    2022/03/03

    ROG MAXIMUS XIII HERO BIOS 1301
    01. Improve DRAM compatibility
    02. Improve system boot time after EZflash.
    03. Improve system performance and stability.

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

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    Does this update fix TPM/PTT staying enabled after turning it off? ****'s hella annoying.

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    @Nuckles The PTT option was changed to stay enabled several updates ago.

    Otherwise, I had to update my video driver after the update because the screen was washed out. The new Nvidia driver seems to have fixed that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saltgrass View Post
    @Nuckles The PTT option was changed to stay enabled several updates ago.

    Otherwise, I had to update my video driver after the update because the screen was washed out. The new Nvidia driver seems to have fixed that.
    Hm no it was designed to be on with default settings, not that it stays on even if you turn it off on next boot. Mind trying to turn it off, powercycling and seeing if it turned itself back on for me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuckels View Post
    Hm no it was designed to be on with default settings, not that it stays on even if you turn it off on next boot. Mind trying to turn it off, powercycling and seeing if it turned itself back on for me?
    I keep those options in my Favorites so I can check it after updates. I always have to reset my XMP settings but the CSM is no longer enabled by default and the PTT is now enabled by default. They had to do that for Win 11.

    If your system is going back to the original values, there may be something wrong with your configuration. You are running your system as a UEFI install?

    I did just power cycle and made sure the settings stuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saltgrass View Post
    I keep those options in my Favorites so I can check it after updates. I always have to reset my XMP settings but the CSM is no longer enabled by default and the PTT is now enabled by default. They had to do that for Win 11.

    If your system is going back to the original values, there may be something wrong with your configuration. You are running your system as a UEFI install?

    I did just power cycle and made sure the settings stuck.
    It's a known issue that PTT will enable itself after disabling it since I believe 1201. If I rollback it works just fine.

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    Bios 1301 looks good so far except for the bug that has been there for the past 2 or 3 bios'. Everytime I flash a new bios I set optimized defaults and one of the first things I do is disable all the APSM settings exit & save but then When I exit to windows I notice WHEA erros racking up in HWinfo64 which is caused by APSM settings being enabled.
    Somehow this setting keeps reverting to enabled! Its been happening since I bought this board, gotta be a bios bug. Im not sure why Asus enables these power saving options by default on an overclocking motherboard?! AND Im not exactly sure why this would be causing whea errors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdmf74 View Post
    Bios 1301 looks good so far except for the bug that has been there for the past 2 or 3 bios'. Everytime I flash a new bios I set optimized defaults and one of the first things I do is disable all the APSM settings exit & save but then When I exit to windows I notice WHEA erros racking up in HWinfo64 which is caused by APSM settings being enabled.
    Somehow this setting keeps reverting to enabled! Its been happening since I bought this board, gotta be a bios bug. Im not sure why Asus enables these power saving options by default on an overclocking motherboard?! AND Im not exactly sure why this would be causing whea errors.
    You mind checking if PTT and Secure boot stay disabled after disabling them on 1301? It's been bugged on previous "windows 11 proof" bios builds and I currently don't have the time to test this.

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    Question compatibilty?

    Quote Originally Posted by brettpage View Post
    2022/03/03

    ROG MAXIMUS XIII HERO BIOS 1301
    01. Improve DRAM compatibility
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    Does anyone know if the memory compatibility list has been updated as a result, any other modules / kits are now cleared for use?

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