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    New bios after 6201 for tyhe Crosshair VI Extreme

    Quote Originally Posted by RobrPatty View Post
    "AGESA 1.0.0.5 for all the boards should be out end of julyish."
    Well if that is the case, they would need to release it Tomorrow or Tuesday. Hoping AGESA 1.0.0.5 is also a finally tuned update for the memory. I know I am using memory that isn't on the QVL, but also ASUS hasn't updated the list in some time if at all since launch and as a seasoned techie, I didn't bother to look at the QVL before I bought them, as I was sold on the Corsair name and RGB lightening lol. The AGESA updates seem to be getting better with memory support. Just need it to get good so I can also push towards DDR4 3400Mhz or even at the rated DDR4-3600 speeds my memory actually works at...Probably hopeful thinking. I also hope they add more controls to the RGB lighting, primarily to the header controls. Would be nice 🤔 on top of the bug fixes and other improvements. Just trying to hold out on new MB upgrade at least until Zen 2 and next gen chipsets arrive.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array SaLSouL PC Specs
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    I notice the CH7 lineup has received a BIOS update last month. as well as a new chipset driver too (AMD)
    However we x370s are still on 1.0.0.2c ASRock has just updated last month to 1.0.0.4 and are planning 1.0.0.5 in the pipeline.

    No sign of any of the x370 boards receiving an update since MAY. 1.0.0.2c PinniclePI Agesa

    my board C6E is now 1 year old as of today..... thinking face...

    Do Asus produce a product life cycle? how long will the x370's continue to receive support? 1 year..2...or 3 cant seem to find any info on this @raja can you shed some light on the product life cycle?
    Last edited by SaLSouL; 08-09-2018 at 12:21 PM.

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    Need a better and polished Bios update past 6201

    Quote Originally Posted by SaLSouL View Post
    I notice the CH7 lineup has received a BIOS update last month. as well as a new chipset driver too (AMD)
    However we x370s are still on 1.0.0.2c ASRock has just updated last month to 1.0.0.4 and are planning 1.0.0.5 in the pipeline.

    No sign of any of the x370 boards receiving an update since MAY. 1.0.0.2c PinniclePI Agesa

    my board C6E is now 1 year old as of today..... thinking face...

    Do Asus produce a product life cycle? how long will the x370's continue to receive support? 1 year..2...or 3 cant seem to find any info on this @raja can you shed some light on the product life cycle?
    I was thinking the same thing. I can see other Tier 1 Board vendors have updated their Bios and are adding features or fixes along with updating the AGESA firmware. I just built my system towards a few months ago just weeks before the 2nd Gen Ryzen parts were due. Thinking I should of waited as I was just too impatient and built with what was available at the time and picked ASUS as I seem to never have a problem with them and the updates continued to come. Now I am seeing some issues arise, and ASUS is getting slower at updating boards. Possibly support is also not there through the boards lifespan or at least the first 2-3yrs as it use to be?

    I have also been waiting for a new update to my C6E that can fix the buggy fan and temp issues at least, and update to the latest AGESA. For the first time I have contemplated going to a competitor board. Looking at the Gigabyte Aorus Gaming 7 x470 flagship board, but still trying to hold out as my plan wasn't to update the core components in my Rig at least until the 3rd Gen (Zen 2) Ryzen parts came.

    I thought there was suppose to be a new Bios update after 6201 by end of July, but that never happened. Now in August and still waiting. Maybe they can update their AI Suite at the same time....Just sayin....

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array SaLSouL PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick009 View Post
    I was thinking the same thing. I can see other Tier 1 Board vendors have updated their Bios and are adding features or fixes along with updating the AGESA firmware. I just built my system towards a few months ago just weeks before the 2nd Gen Ryzen parts were due. Thinking I should of waited as I was just too impatient and built with what was available at the time and picked ASUS as I seem to never have a problem with them and the updates continued to come. Now I am seeing some issues arise, and ASUS is getting slower at updating boards. Possibly support is also not there through the boards lifespan or at least the first 2-3yrs as it use to be?

    I have also been waiting for a new update to my C6E that can fix the buggy fan and temp issues at least, and update to the latest AGESA. For the first time I have contemplated going to a competitor board. Looking at the Gigabyte Aorus Gaming 7 x470 flagship board, but still trying to hold out as my plan wasn't to update the core components in my Rig at least until the 3rd Gen (Zen 2) Ryzen parts came.

    I thought there was suppose to be a new Bios update after 6201 by end of July, but that never happened. Now in August and still waiting. Maybe they can update their AI Suite at the same time....Just sayin....

    My decision has already been made once this MB is EOL, my support for Asus is EOL and I will move onto another manufacturer.

    ASUS no longer innovate or inspire,
    The competition has caught up and overtaken them. I no longer see the ROG brand as a premium product. apart from the premium price paid.

    I guess through lack of competition, bit like intel /AMD (AMD have caught up and Intel are dropping bombs trying to compete) Gigabyte, ASRock, MSI, all have premium products and are currently pushing the envelope with such things as "BIOS stress test" and they also offer updates in a timely manner, not 2-3 months down the line. Where is the innovation that we keep hearing about from ASUS? Lost in the ETHER
    Last edited by SaLSouL; 08-09-2018 at 03:10 PM.

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    I switched to a gigabyte X470 board and am much more pleased than with C6H. Everything ram, gpu, 2700X, works better.Bios has been updated to the 1.0.0.4c and soon the 1.0.0.5 agesa. No more ROG for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobrPatty View Post
    I switched to a gigabyte X470 board and am much more pleased than with C6H. Everything ram, gpu, 2700X, works better.Bios has been updated to the 1.0.0.4c and soon the 1.0.0.5 agesa. No more ROG for me.
    That reflects my experience as well, except I am still running my 1700X in the X470 Gaming 7 WiFi. The Gigabyte BIOS's may have less ootions, but over all stability, even when overclocking with 4 sticks of 3600MHz C15 has been easy and smooth sailing compared to my experience with the Crosshair VI Hero.
    Syaoran

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    Best CPU For Video Editing
    i7 8700K
    Ryzen 1700
    Ryzen 2700X
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    What Is Best and Beast??

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    Quote Originally Posted by amalkumar View Post
    Best CPU For Video Editing
    i7 8700K
    Ryzen 1700
    Ryzen 2700X
    i9 7900X

    What Is Best and Beast??
    2700X with an X470 board. Also must have a high-end GPU with this CPU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobrPatty View Post
    2700X with an X470 board. Also must have a high-end GPU with this CPU.
    GTX 1070 Best

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    Quote Originally Posted by amalkumar View Post
    GTX 1070 Best
    Should work.

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