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    Quote Originally Posted by emsir View Post
    No, I'm just telling you that BIOS has nothing to do with OS. You can update BIOS without OS installed. Motherboard manufactures do that frequently to have their motherboards up to date. BIOS is hardware (chip) and not software related. If you don't know, BIOS stands for Basic Input/Output System. BIOS has NEVER had anything to do with OS. BIOS is generally a Chip on the motherboard which can be written to. Nothing else. There is NO connection to OS. Only thing is BIOS is written to a file and via USB/Internet, written to the BIOS chip.
    I'm sorry I just can't resist. The UEFI BIOS*does have something*to do with the OS, although you can update it with*no OS installed

    The Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) is a specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware. UEFI replaces the Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) firmware interface originally present in all IBM PC-compatible personal computers,[1][2] with most UEFI firmware implementations providing legacy support for BIOS services. UEFI can support remote diagnostics and repair of computers, even with no operating system installed.[3]
    Intel developed the original Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) specification. Some of the EFI's practices and data formats mirror those from Microsoft Windows.[4][5] In 2005, UEFI deprecated EFI 1.10 (the final release of EFI). The Unified EFI Forum is the industry body that manages the UEFI specification.

    First rule of being a smart arse is to get your facts right...
    Last edited by Boggy; 12-19-2016 at 09:01 AM.

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    With speed shift enable in bios, my 6600K is always in turbo (adaptive OC at 4.5GHz), it's doesn't go to the lower CLK/Vcore steps.
    If I disable it, speed step works well.
    I have M8H and Win10.

    Does SST work in your system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boggy View Post
    I'm sorry I just can't resist. The UEFI BIOS*does have something*to do with the OS, although you can update it with*no OS installed

    The Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) is a specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware. UEFI replaces the Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) firmware interface originally present in all IBM PC-compatible personal computers,[1][2] with most UEFI firmware implementations providing legacy support for BIOS services. UEFI can support remote diagnostics and repair of computers, even with no operating system installed.[3]
    Intel developed the original Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) specification. Some of the EFI's practices and data formats mirror those from Microsoft Windows.[4][5] In 2005, UEFI deprecated EFI 1.10 (the final release of EFI). The Unified EFI Forum is the industry body that manages the UEFI specification.

    First rule of being a smart arse is to get your facts right...
    This has NOTHING to do with BIOS update. The UEFI is connected with OS via the secure boot (UEFI boot) and other settings. But it has NOTHING to do with BIOS update. BIOS updates are performed without any OS involved.

    Before you copy and paste, you should understand what it is you are copying, AND STICK WITH YOUR FIRST POST!. You said that there was no BIOS for Windows 10 64 bit.......And this is complete nonsense. BIOS updates has NOTHING to do with OS. Get your facts right before copy and paste something you don't understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emsir View Post
    This has NOTHING to do with BIOS update. The UEFI is connected with OS via the secure boot (UEFI boot) and other settings. But it has NOTHING to do with BIOS update. BIOS updates are performed without any OS involved.

    Before you copy and paste, you should understand what it is you are copying, AND STICK WITH YOUR FIRST POST!. You said that there was no BIOS for Windows 10 64 bit.......And this is complete nonsense. BIOS updates has NOTHING to do with OS. Get your facts right before copy and paste something you don't understand.
    First it's not me who posted this . Second you should be more polite and calm. Moderator warned you once. This is the second time you offended me without reason I hope you are feeling good about that.
    Last edited by cartoonistas; 12-19-2016 at 04:15 PM.

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    What is all this blow hard drama about? When I read the first post I only took it to mean the new release wasn't under Windows 10 yet. All the OP said was "This new Bios is under Windows 7 Pick List". That in fact was correct, as I checked and it was only posted under Windows 7. You know, as in if someone goes looking and doesn't see it when they pick Windows 8 or Windows 10? I am not sure how a rational debate can even occur here. I am pretty sure it is a full UEFI but ASUS insists on calling it a BIOS. Who the heck knows.
    Last edited by ondersma80; 12-19-2016 at 04:29 PM.

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    It looks like this new bios changes adaptive voltage distribion for cpu. My whole overclock became unstable. Is there an easy way to downgrade bios upgrade? I don't want deal with this right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skaliba View Post
    It looks like this new bios changes adaptive voltage distribion for cpu. My whole overclock became unstable. Is there an easy way to downgrade bios upgrade? I don't want deal with this right now.
    USB Flashback method. See manual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cartoonistas View Post
    First it's not me who posted this . Second you should be more polite and calm. Moderator warned you once. This is the second time you offended me without reason I hope you are feeling good about that.
    If I recall, you called me smart arse.......That's personal. I haven't wrote anything personal about you. You are just trying to get out of your bad knowledge about computers.

    This is the true fact about BIOS.......and I will not get into any conversation with you again. You are ignorant and when things are going wrong for you, you try to put me in a bad light and hoping moderator will make me go away. That's childish.

    But here it is:

    " BIOS access and configuration on PC systems is independent of any operating system because the BIOS is part of the motherboard hardware. It doesn't matter if a computer is running Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Linux, Unix, or no operating system at all - BIOS functions outside of the operating system environment and is no way dependent upon it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by emsir View Post
    If I recall, you called me smart arse.......That's personal. I haven't wrote anything personal about you. You are just trying to get out of your bad knowledge about computers.

    This is the true fact about BIOS.......and I will not get into any conversation with you again. You are ignorant and when things are going wrong for you, you try to put me in a bad light and hoping moderator will make me go away. That's childish.

    But here it is:

    " BIOS access and configuration on PC systems is independent of any operating system because the BIOS is part of the motherboard hardware. It doesn't matter if a computer is running Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Linux, Unix, or no operating system at all - BIOS functions outside of the operating system environment and is no way dependent upon it."
    Just look again about who posted that. It's easy look at the left of my post and see my nick.Now go to the post that that you refering and look at the left is it the same name?

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    Don't work USB keyboard

    After update to 3007 i cant enter bios from usb keyboard. Change "Legacy USB" and connect to USB3.0 port and nothing. Only PS/2 keyboard operation in bios. Always i using my Logitech G510 keybord in Keybot port with 2203 bios.

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