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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew_WOT View Post
    v2101
    Is this in response to my post? Are you saying I should use this version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOSHSKORN View Post
    Is this in response to my post? Are you saying I should use this version?
    Yes, this is the latest stable one.

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    JOSHSKORN,
    This thread is getting long in tooth you should probably post your own thread to get help, post all your hardware, memory, power supply, USB devices, etc.
    I think what Andrew is stating is that bios 2001 was the last bios for the Haswell CPU's only, the 3000 series bios supports both Haswell and Broadwell CPU's
    What memory kit are you using, is it one kit, is it on the qualified list for this motherboard, are you using XMP settings, default settings, etc., older USB devices are not all compatible on the new platforms, maybe the same with esata enclosures, I haven't seen anyone use an esata drive since USB 3.0 came out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Menthol View Post
    JOSHSKORN,
    This thread is getting long in tooth you should probably post your own thread to get help, post all your hardware, memory, power supply, USB devices, etc.
    I think what Andrew is stating is that bios 2001 was the last bios for the Haswell CPU's only, the 3000 series bios supports both Haswell and Broadwell CPU's
    What memory kit are you using, is it one kit, is it on the qualified list for this motherboard, are you using XMP settings, default settings, etc., older USB devices are not all compatible on the new platforms, maybe the same with esata enclosures, I haven't seen anyone use an esata drive since USB 3.0 came out
    Why are you twisting my words?
    2101 (not 2001) is the last stable BIOS people do not have random reboots with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew_WOT View Post
    Why are you twisting my words?
    2101 (not 2001) is the last stable BIOS people do not have random reboots with.
    I've installed 2101. I'm having problems woth Windows 10 Anniversary Update, I think. My computer is really slow. I've posted this at Ten Forums.

    I'll create another topic on all of this. Maybe someone can help narrow down the culprit, if it's Windows, my computer, or my BIOS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOSHSKORN View Post
    I've installed 2101. I'm having problems woth Windows 10 Anniversary Update, I think. My computer is really slow. I've posted this at Ten Forums.

    I'll create another topic on all of this. Maybe someone can help narrow down the culprit, if it's Windows, my computer, or my BIOS.

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    The problem is most likely Windows. My windows partition is relatively unresponsive compared to my linux partition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOSHSKORN View Post
    I've installed 2101. I'm having problems woth Windows 10 Anniversary Update, I think. My computer is really slow. I've posted this at Ten Forums.

    I'll create another topic on all of this. Maybe someone can help narrow down the culprit, if it's Windows, my computer, or my BIOS.

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    For me personally, UEFI version 3301 for RVE represents the most stable release. Some of the basic reasons:
    • Very fast cold boot with Samsung 950 Pro NVMe, max 18s, without various delays that have occurred occasionally in previous versions;
    • Restarting Windows 10 (Anniversary) is virtually immediate, like with the version 2101, not even one restart ending with jam;
    • Windows sleep working as it should from the start;
    • There are no more false Q-Codes;
    • There are no more intermittent problems or jams when entering or exiting UEFI;
    • Maximum results so far in the various benchmarks;
    • Etc...


    Since you're having the stability problem even with the 3301 and 2101 versions I would suggest that you could:
    1. Try to reduce the maximum multiplier for the CPU cache;
    2. Try to cut down the memory speed manually for one or two steps from the one that is specified in the XMP profile;
    3. Reinstall Windows 10.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew_WOT View Post
    Why are you twisting my words?
    2101 (not 2001) is the last stable BIOS people do not have random reboots with.
    Sorry Andrew, I miss typed the number
    Myself, I have not had random reboots with any driver version from original to 3301

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    Quote Originally Posted by Menthol View Post
    Myself, I have not had random reboots with any driver version from original to 3301
    Nor have I.

    Here's how I figure it. 3301 is worth trying by everyone because it brings some really significant improvements in memory performance. I can even see a significant improvement in non-memory benchmarks like FFXIV Heavensward. And that improvement increased with each 3xxx BIOS so that with 3301 I get almost as much performance with 2666Mhz memory on 3301 as I did with the same memory overclocked to 3000 Mhz on 2101. That's pretty sweet.

    That said, I don't think it should be a surprise that some percentage of memory won't be stable at the same settings that were determined as stable when the earlier BIOSs were somehow limiting their throughput. Mine if anything seems even more stable at XMP settings, but that's silicon lottery I guess.

    If you're having trouble with 3301, some of these steps have helped some people. I'm listing them in the order that it seems to me have helped the most people.

    1) Flash 3301 a second time, over itself, so that the update process can complete normally without having to do firmware update reboots in the middle.
    2) Do NOT run your memory at stock (2133Mhz) settings. At minimum, enable XMP settings.
    3) If XMP still doesn't work, try increasing ram voltage a little, or maybe step the speed down a notch. My memory would still perform better than it did on 2101 even if I stepped it down a notch, so its worth a try.
    4) Some folks have been helped by toggling CPU Spread Spectrum and/or VRM Spread Spectrum. In my case, I have to leave them at default settings or I suffer instability. I admit to being a little dubious of this one, and would try it last, until we hear about it actually working for a few more folks.
    Last edited by Qwinn; 09-08-2016 at 12:15 AM.

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    There are some posts in this thread suggesting that ASUS has new beta BIOS they send out to some users to address reboot issue
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...nd-3101/page13
    I am not sure if it's worth to ask for one or just wait till it gets official.

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