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  1. #2711
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    all this time and still asus hasn't fixed the BIOS support? this is an outrage
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    AMD is officially supporting Smart Access Memory (Resizable BAR) on their Ryzen 3000 (Zen 2) CPU's now. I hope this means my ASUS ROG Crosshair Vi Extreme (X370) gets a BIOS update for it soon. It better.

    https://www.theverge.com/2021/3/3/22...-resizable-bar

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    Lightbulb Zen3

    short instruction how to get Zen3 support on this motherboard
    1. download archive - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TEw...SGuryyFev/view
    2. unpack archive to some folder and create usb bootable flashdrive using rufus-3.13p.exe, copy afudos and bios.rom to bootable usb flashdrive
    3. boot from USB drive and type in command line:
    afudos bios.rom /gan
    4. wait until flashing process come over and reboot the system, install Zen3 CPU

    you can always flashback to original bios using flashback button (just make sure that you have some older CPU to boot up)

    note: bios is from Asrock b450 Pro R2.0 (v 4.50), do not update it to newer agesa if you have Zen3 CPU

    if you have Zen2 CPU and want to get SAM\Resize bar support - update bios to v4.80 Agesa 1.2.0.0 (download bios from Asrock website)

  4. #2714
    ROG Member Array r3dleh PC Specs
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    Seems like we have a new bios:

    CROSSHAIR VI HERO BIOS 8002
    "Improve system performance and compatibility


    still no agesa 1.2.0.0?
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    Quote Originally Posted by r3dleh View Post
    Seems like we have a new bios:

    CROSSHAIR VI HERO BIOS 8002
    "Improve system performance and compatibility


    still no agesa 1.2.0.0?
    https://old.reddit.com/r/Amd/comment..._asus/gsg6utu/

    Quote Originally Posted by drsaturn_ @ reddit
    What is the point of BIOS 8002 for the C6H/C6E?

    * Fan control is improved
    * PBO fmax enhancer has been added

    but...

    * It is still based on AGESA v1 1.0.0.6, like 7901, so no new real features.
    * No outstanding bugs got fixed. It still has the >1800MHz fclk reset/desync after waking up from sleep bug, which is >1.5 years old, and you had it fixed for the C7H back in October 2020 on the same AGESA v1 1.0.0.6 stack yet this fix never got back to us. Both boards shared the same bugs and quirks until the C7H got AGESA v2, so...
    * Otherwise, behavior is the same as 7901 as per user reports.
    * If it had the USB fix included in AGESA v2 1.2.0.1A / 1.2.0.2 it'd be explicitly stated in the changelog like every board that got it, but it's not in there.
    * You've added an SPI flash protection module to discourage flashing mods. Really? At least we have flashback to go back to 7901 and flash whatever we want.

    It's the same generic ASUS changelog "Improve system performance and compatibility". When are you going to fix the long standing bugs that you already fixed in other products, or match what Asrock did for their 300 series customers?

    Reminder that Asrock provided experimental AGESA v2 1.1.0.0D BIOSes for most of their 300 series boards back in December 2020, including their flagship and direct competition to this board, the X370 Taichi... and yes, all these boards have 16MB flash chips like the C6H.

    Oh well, we can always crossflash AGESA v2 based BIOSes from other manufacturers to enable newer features.
    It's like some sort of a bad joke.

    The fclk reset bug on sleep bug did not get fixed, but they put deliberate, conscious effort to stop people from flashing mods.

    Let that sink in.

    This is some quality BS. They go out of their way to inconvenience people instead of improving the product.


    They don't care at all. A $100 B450 board gets better treatment than a flagship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnRambo754 View Post
    https://old.reddit.com/r/Amd/comment..._asus/gsg6utu/



    It's like some sort of a bad joke.

    The fclk reset bug on sleep bug did not get fixed, but they put deliberate, conscious effort to stop people from flashing mods.

    Let that sink in.

    This is some quality BS. They go out of their way to inconvenience people instead of improving the product.


    They don't care at all. A $100 B450 board gets better treatment than a flagship.
    For Asus C6H is just like any other a320 mb out there. And see that some horrendous b450 gets sam, resizable bar, zen 3 support just makes all this even worse.
    Plus, we have bugs that are 1 year and more old, and Asus literally doesn't absolutely care about it.
    Never never never I'll buy an Asus product again, this is simply ridiculous.

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    EVEn worse a 50€ B450 Board gets support

    My son has a cheapo MSI B450 Board they are getting full support. Yet the top Crosshair VI isnt.
    What makes this even owrse now an Intel Z370 ASUS Board gets resize Bar after many complaints yet our complaints are being ignored. I worte to ASUS too 3 weeks ago guess what STILL no reply about my complaint.
    Never again an ASUS or maybe never AMD again. They are behaving worse than Intel now...

    Funny on 3 generationen INTEL Boards Resize Bar but on 2 gens on AMD with the SAME f..ing sockel. What a joke!

  8. #2718
    ROG Member Array r3dleh PC Specs
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    this isn't an AMD issue Conker1970. This is more a Asus decision IMHO
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    It is an AMD issue because they arent releasing AGESA updates for X370...

    I wrote to ASUS 3 weeks ago about this over their support havent had an answer yet says it all. After massive complaints on the Z390 forums they are getting resize Bar yet when we complain it gets ignored and even ive heard censored here!
    Last edited by Conker1970; 04-13-2021 at 02:08 PM.

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    https://www.overclock.net/threads/ro...#post-28783413


    reddit: AMD is going out of its way to prevent further bioses for zen 3 on x370

    https://www.hardwareluxx.de/communit.../post-28342821



    Looks like AMD threatened Asrock over their AGESA v2 experiment on 300 series chipsets. JZ distributes these Asrock BIOSes from an anonymous source for obvious reasons.

    This supports @Brko's story about Gigabyte.


    Well, looks like AMD pulled an Intel too soon too fast. Got too big and powerful once again (bigger than ever in fact), now enforcing anti consumer business decisions. Couldn't they wait until AM5 for these kind of bullsh*t decisions?

    They let everyone do Zen2 on A320, but that was too much.


    So this is an AMD issue after all, not ASUS'. Asrock went ahead and got in trouble this time. Rest of the manufacturers stayed put.

    As a result AGESA v2 1.2.0.0 doesn't boot Zen3 if it detects the chipset is a 300 series one. AGESA v2 1.1.0.0 doesn't check for that.

    God damnit AMD.

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