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    Bios 1201

    Anyone tried it ?
    And does anyone got a specific list of changes made instead "improved stability" ?

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    It's not appearing on the website for me.
    I'd wait until the changes are posted in the forum, maybe give it a few days.

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    it's downloadeble through asus website:

    https://www.asus.com/nl/Motherboards...Desk_Download/

    I just flashed to bios 1201, it seems boot is a bit slower ( 2 tot 3 seconds) compare to 1107.
    I am going to reset Cmos (did not do it) this might improve boot up times (had this before).
    Till now all seems ok!

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    5000 george

    Noooo here i was thinking a BIOS update came out for my B350 only to disappointed on the support page

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    Quote Originally Posted by HisEvilness View Post
    Noooo here i was thinking a BIOS update came out for my B350 only to disappointed on the support page
    hahah no only 370 so far!

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    Clearing Cmos did improve my boot up time to slighty faster then normal on cold boot (+/- 1 sec improvement ).
    So i can strongly suggest to clear cmos after flashing update!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbasemoine View Post
    hahah no only 370 so far!
    Can you tell me what page to bookmark or where i can sub to get the latest news on BIOS updates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HisEvilness View Post
    Can you tell me what page to bookmark or where i can sub to get the latest news on BIOS updates?
    https://www.asus.com/nl/Motherboards...Desk_Download/

    This is where i donwloaded it

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    1201 is supposedly just a beta firmware. When I go to the ASUS site it's not even listed. I don't think it has much in it from comments Elmor made previously. It's DEFINITELY not the new AGESA 1.0.0.6.

    EDIT: Oh, very weird, ASUS. So if you select Win 10 64 bit as your OS, 1201 is not there and 1107 is there. But if you select Win 10 32 bit as your OS, then 1201 is there and 1107 is NOT.

    C'mon ASUS, you're confusing the hell out of us, lol... or at least I'm confused.
    Last edited by entropic-remnants; 05-15-2017 at 11:54 PM.
    Tired of trolls and mods that act like this platform has no problems and it's the users fault. Later.

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    Hereford AREA

    Quote Originally Posted by entropic-remnants View Post
    1201 is supposedly just a beta firmware. When I go to the ASUS site it's not even listed. I don't think it has much in it from comments Elmor made previously. It's DEFINITELY not the new AGESA 1.0.0.6.

    EDIT: Oh, very weird, ASUS. So if you select Win 10 64 bit as your OS, 1201 is not there and 1107 is there. But if you select Win 10 32 bit as your OS, then 1201 is there and 1107 is NOT.

    C'mon ASUS, you're confusing the hell out of us, lol... or at least I'm confused.
    It shows up for me under Win 10 64 Bit

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