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    Quote Originally Posted by OutlawII View Post
    Not really,you get what you pay for. Maybe your one of those get somehting for nothing types,or its not fair types? This could be why you think that comment is elitist
    This is the part I was was referring to in my post

    Something else to take into consideration is all other boards are not engineered for the enthusiast market, they are meant for the basic user that wont be tweaking their systems.


    So an Z270 TUF MARK 1 is for a basic user that wont be tweaking? I think not, and to say so is Elitist

    For what it is worth, I ordered two ROG IX Hero boards first, they were both bricks that would not post, so I went with the TUF board instead.

    I understand this is the ROG forum, but I ask because both the Hero and my TUF board ran 0701, so I was hoping to get the 0801 improvement too
    Last edited by Dude1070; 02-25-2017 at 08:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OutlawII View Post
    Not really,you get what you pay for. Maybe your one of those get somehting for nothing types,or its not fair types? This could be why you think that comment is elitist


    Get something for nothing types? You get what you pay for? Why does the Tuf board cost more than the ROG Hero if you 'get what you pay for'?
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    ROG Enthusiast Array Dude1070 PC Specs
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    Well, my question was answered

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essenbe View Post
    Get something for nothing types? You get what you pay for? Why does the Tuf board cost more than the ROG Hero if you 'get what you pay for'?
    Get what you pay for... yes you are paying for all the fancy plastic bits on the board thats why you dont get any of the fancy things we do. And like was said before the ROG boards lean more to overclocking enthusiast type stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikrananka View Post
    I really wish Asus would give just a little bit more info about the changes. In particular:

    3.Improved System Performance. - What aspect of system performance has been improved?
    5.Modified Thermal Control function. - Have the underlying thermal control algorithms been changed? Does this mean that if one has overclocked the system that stability tests would need to be repeated to ensure that the new thermal control function doesn't lead to higher CPU temperatures?
    Thermal Control is now relying on the CPU Package temperature instead of the on-board temperature sensor. It's more accurate and engages faster. There's also at least one bug-fix in there.

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    Hello can i save my settings then reapply to new bios?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elmor View Post
    Thermal Control is now relying on the CPU Package temperature instead of the on-board temperature sensor. It's more accurate and engages faster. There's also at least one bug-fix in there.
    Well that is really good to know and makes this an essential update to install. Let's hope it's enough to prevent/reduce those peculiar spikes in fan speed.

    I'm curious though, how did you come by this information?

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    ROG Enthusiast Array ikrananka PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimlad View Post
    Hello can i save my settings then reapply to new bios?
    I'd like to know this as well. In my case, after the update I found the BIOS had reverted to its defaults and I had to apply my personal settings again.

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    ROG Member Array OutlawII PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by ikrananka View Post
    I'd like to know this as well. In my case, after the update I found the BIOS had reverted to its defaults and I had to apply my personal settings again.
    Save the profile to a usb stick then load it onto the new bios

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    ROG Enthusiast Array ikrananka PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by OutlawII View Post
    Save the profile to a usb stick then load it onto the new bios
    Thanks. I have now found it in the English manual on page 3-25. I hadn't noticed it before seeing as the section is named "ASUS Overclocking Profile" which really doesn't seem to correctly describe the function. It states that this saves your BIOS settings which infers that it is far more than just saving any overclocking settings you may have applied.

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