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    I say " If it's not broke don't fix it".....it's a old saying but true!
    That's why I'm still with BIOS version 210, you still have "UEFI Control"
    BIOS version 221 removed UEFI cantrol.
    BTW..... GOP means "graphics output protocol (gop)"
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    Quote Originally Posted by GottiBoi55 View Post
    I say " If it's not broke don't fix it".....it's a old saying but true!
    That's why I'm still with BIOS version 210, you still have "UEFI Control"
    BIOS version 221 removed UEFI cantrol.
    BTW..... GOP means "graphics output protocol (gop)"
    thanks for the clarification, but what does graphics output protocol mean in layman's terms?

    Also, I am a freak about updating the moment there is a BIOS update I update to it. Offcourse, I do it the proper way so I've never ever had a bad flash or bricked system in my life.

    Always in FAT16 or FAT32 formatted USB. never went wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire View Post
    thanks for the clarification, but what does graphics output protocol mean in layman's terms?

    Also, I am a freak about updating the moment there is a BIOS update I update to it. Offcourse, I do it the proper way so I've never ever had a bad flash or bricked system in my life.

    Always in FAT16 or FAT32 formatted USB. never went wrong.

    What is GOP?
    The Graphics Output Protocol (GOP) is enabled by UEFI driver to support graphic console output in the pre-OS phase

    In other words they optimized the POST splash screen.
    Last edited by GottiBoi55; 12-13-2012 at 06:08 AM.
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    still no support for 3d stereoptics nvidia control panel

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    you always after flashed bios via usb stick restore optimal defaults, then save and exit? Or just flash ant nothing do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GottiBoi55 View Post
    I say " If it's not broke don't fix it".....it's a old saying but true!
    That's why I'm still with BIOS version 210, you still have "UEFI Control"
    BIOS version 221 removed UEFI cantrol.
    BTW..... GOP means "graphics output protocol (gop)"
    SO true. I've learned this the hardway. And I event did that Easy BIOS update and still got a brick.

    When something bad is about to happen, it will no matter what I guess.

    The only fix for me was a new MB.

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    So I shouldnt update the BIOS!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by finalhour View Post
    So I shouldnt update the BIOS!?
    If you're too scared, then no. If you want the improvements, then yes.

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    Had a scary moment upon restart where it started up without ROG or Windows graphic then powered down, but it started right back up again and works fine, not sure what is different but it didnt have any issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by c_man View Post
    SO true. I've learned this the hardway. And I event did that Easy BIOS update and still got a brick.

    When something bad is about to happen, it will no matter what I guess.

    The only fix for me was a new MB.

    Dam, you expect that Asus would fully test these "BIOS" before they release them........well I guess NOT!!!
    That's a shame you ended up bricked!
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