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    Where to find a BIOS changelog?

    Hi,
    on their Youtube-channel, an Asus-Representative said that you can look up the changelog of BIOS-updates on support.asus.com.
    But I can't find anything concerning that. Can anyone tell me where to look them up?
    Thanks in advance

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    I would like to know the same thing

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    http://www.asus.com/us/

    Look up what you need under "service" on the top header

    http://rog.asus.com/tag/bios-update/
    Last edited by philly cheese steak; 01-26-2015 at 04:03 PM.

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    This is a good question! The only release notes I can find for the BIOS updates of my ASUS laptop are on the official download page and they read like this:

    Version 311
    2021/10/19 6.75 MBytes
    Optimize charging performance
    Optimize system performance

    Version 310
    2021/07/26 6.74 MBytes
    Optimize charging performance

    Version 308
    2021/01/08 6.64 MBytes
    Optimize system performance

    ...and so on. Not very informative. There also is no changelog text file inside the archive if you download the ZIP for EZ Flash Utility. They seem to be very reluctant about details of the BIOS updates which is sad.

    (I do experience some problems with overheating due to inert increase of fan speed and wish I knew if it's in any way related to the BIOS version changes, but that's another topic.)

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    Good luck with that. This has been a complaint for a very long time. I really like the ones that just say improved stability. ASUS doesnt get off of what they did exactly. Dont know it its a IP thing or not but they dont post anything but meaningless words. Some of the later ones just said for win11 compatibility but Im running on one before that thats been modded from the X299 modded BIOS thread win 11 just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJohnny View Post
    Good luck with that. This has been a complaint for a very long time. I really like the ones that just say improved stability.
    Agree, ASUS are by far one of the worst on providing BIOS update logs that have anything meaningful in them.

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