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    Maximus V Formula BIOS 1803

    Available now http://www.asus.com/au/Motherboards/...pport_Download

    Fixed onboard & add-on VGA card compatibility issue.
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    Thanks for the heads up.
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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    For me it's working pretty well. More stable than earlier versions. But still it's not fixing two issues I have with my config - matrix platinum going into safe mode when not cold booting, and raid 0 trim support, I can't figure it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by czeslaw View Post
    For me it's working pretty well. More stable than earlier versions. But still it's not fixing two issues I have with my config - matrix platinum going into safe mode when not cold booting, and raid 0 trim support, I can't figure it out
    Have you started a thread on here for these issues?

    UPDATE: I need more voltage now that I've updated the BIOS. I used be @ 4.7GHz with 1.215v now I need 1.230v. Any one else seen similar results?
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    i have not seen an increase in voltage to be necessary. the only reason i took a gamble on updating is to see if this new bios fixes the issues with the new gtx780 cards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsarver View Post
    i have not seen an increase in voltage to be necessary. the only reason i took a gamble on updating is to see if this new bios fixes the issues with the new gtx780 cards.
    Did it?

    I wanted to test the stability of my OC with the new BIOS so I left Aida64 running over night. When I woke up the computer was shut down. I pressed the power button and nothing. My heart rate increased. I opened the case and pressed the power button on the board...nothing. I turned off the power supply and tried again...still nothing. I left the power supply off, went for a smoke and tried again when I got back and it started. Any guesses what all that could have been about?
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    No idea cards are on the way. Just being proactive. Not sure about the power issue. Hopefully just a fluke. Did you reset bios to optimized and clear CMOS before upgrading? That's what I usually do.

    Also good piece of advice I got from these threads is that you should test your comp by using it with things you do instead of stress test. If my comp plays all my games and lets me surf the web I don't care how long I can run prime 95.

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    I have been on 1707 for a couple of months, and it seems rock-solid. Isn't it odd that 1802 was released just a couple weeks before 1803? And rhetorically, is there an 1804 in the works?

    I suppose I wonder about the BIOS numbering scheme. It would make sense that a large number change, say from 1707 to 1803 would have many changes, but a smaller increment, like from 1802 to 1803 would have only a few minor changes. Is this correct?
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    That's basically correct. The version number usually stays the same for minor improvements usually (like 1802 to 1803) but a major improvement or change will see the version change to 2xxx
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    what kind of problems are they having with the v formula and gtx 780 cards?

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