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    Quote Originally Posted by nihsel View Post
    thank you for the replies.

    I'm coming from an FX build with crosshair V formula-z, and I gotta say I am very disappointed with my VI Hero.
    Sorry to here your having issues with your Crosshair VI Hero.
    I too have come from an FX build and have made some direct comparisons with the FX-9590 and CVFZ.

    You are in the early stages of the AM4 platform development and teething problems are to be expected during the early phases. It is expected that both RAM and CPU OCing will require a little Bios Tweaking manually to achieve stability. Devs are currently working hard with micro adjustments and also reliant on AMD for these changes.
    It would be more helpful if you describe your disappointments and maybe some one can help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanMachine View Post
    Sorry to here your having issues with your Crosshair VI Hero.
    I too have come from an FX build and have made some direct comparisons with the FX-9590 and CVFZ.

    You are in the early stages of the AM4 platform development and teething problems are to be expected during the early phases. It is expected that both RAM and CPU OCing will require a little Bios Tweaking manually to achieve stability. Devs are currently working hard with micro adjustments and also reliant on AMD for these changes.
    It would be more helpful if you describe your disappointments and maybe some one can help.
    well, as the title suggests, I cannot access the UEFI BIOS settings. I don't think that's too much to ask for, even during early phases...

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    Old Problem it was not fixed ... look here https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...-G510-keyboard





    Asus can´t procure a keyboard ??

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    Sorry to resurrect this topic but i had the same issues when back then i updated my BIOS from an ASUS Z170 PRO GAMING mobo to the latest version last year on November around..Logitech G510 too!!!

    The thing is that ASUS has now released a BIOS update for my board... There's ofcourse newer versions above the one i'm going to say, but this one, the BIOS 3402 says the following (Note: From 19/05/2017)

    Versión 3402 2017/05/197.74 MBytes

    Z170 PRO GAMING BIOS 3402
    1. Fix keyboard can not enter into BIOS issue. (SteelSeries)
    2. Fix M.2 NVMe SSD issue (Plextor)

    ....Yes, SteelSeries, but maybe it helps with all Logitech KBs?... The actual version is 3610 wich just improves memory stuff..

    I won't update my Z170 PRO GAMING unless someone with the same board and Keyboard (Though now i use a Logitech G213) can dare to update their BIOS to the newest version (3610) and even record it working out... (Aka Access BIOS with newest update, with the keyboard, and in the same process show off the BIOS version...)

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