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    Quote Originally Posted by Bcheck View Post
    @Raja : We are all pleased to see that ASUS is doing updates for many products. Intel has just announced a stable Spectre microcode update. I bought my R6E board because it is an amazing piece of engineering. Thanks for this. Are you guys going to update the latest microcode AND the ME firmware in one Bios update? I dont want to patch things off the tested ASUS grid. There are reports that malware creators are already making versions for spectre and meltdown (ransomware) and we just want to keep things safe as soon as possible. Many thanks!

    Also, when you go to the official page at : (R6E Extreme)
    https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/RO...Desk_Download/
    there is NO word on MEI driver update ! If you go to the german R6E Apex site = the driver and update is there? please correct!

    thanks. Tom
    Don’t be worried about RANSOMEWARE , As a Windows Insider tester , I could say RANSOMWARE protected by next Windows Defender Security Center * ( Future of Microsoft Defender ) as you see below.


    Ransomware Protector was the new feature of Microsoft Defender Security Center since W10 Build 17093.*

    Just waiting around middle March 2018, MIcrosoft will release officially RedStone 4 update to your system.

    For Intel ME Firmware update. Intel ME Firmware 11.11.50.1436 was the latest recommended ME Firmware for
    X299 platform. Many venders adopted these ME Firmware already to protec against SA-00086 vulnerable.
    My RAMPAGE VI Extreme work better on ME Firmware 11.11.50.1436 . After tested many times .

    ME Firmware 11.11.50.1436 has better performance on Multicore scaling over 11.10.0.1287 (original) a lot.
    You could test by Cinebench R15 Multicore, Geekbench 4.2.0, AIDA64 , CPUZ 1.83 Benchmark or etc.

    Nothing to concern.*
    Last edited by restsugavan; 02-08-2018 at 04:00 PM.

  2. #52
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    I'm curious that with Intel re-releasing all their Firmware fixes. Will Asus have a new BIOS update more current than the 1102 for the R6E that will include this new firmware update?
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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array restsugavan PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brighttail View Post
    I'm curious that with Intel re-releasing all their Firmware fixes. Will Asus have a new BIOS update more current than the 1102 for the R6E that will include this new firmware update?
    Not Firmware fixed buddy , it was new microcode they’ve recommended the 0200002E which I never seen before.
    However 0200003A *microcode from BIOS 1102 itself may affect single thread performance around 3-19% compared to
    0200002B the initial microcode of RAMPAGE VI Extreme.

    Maybe next BIOS from ASUS will use those 0200002E that recommended by intel instead.*
    Last edited by restsugavan; 02-08-2018 at 04:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by restsugavan View Post
    Not Firmware fixed buddy , it was new microcode they’ve recommended the 0200002E which I never seen before.
    However 0200003A *microcode from BIOS 1102 itself may affect single thread performance around 3-19% compared to
    0200002B the initial microcode of RAMPAGE VI Extreme.

    Maybe next BIOS from ASUS will use those 0200002E that recommended by intel instead.*
    This I know. 1102 took me down about 5-8% in my programs with the CPU but it KILLED my m.2 performance from 15-50% depending on the depth queue test.
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    New from Intel. Scroll down for Skylake X. 0x200002E showing up.

    https://newsroom.intel.com/wp-conten...e-guidance.pdf

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    There’s an ME update tool on the download page for the R6E, but it’s version 11.7.xxx. Just noticed today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopper64 View Post
    There’s an ME update tool on the download page for the R6E, but it’s version 11.7.xxx. Just noticed today.

    Use SA-00086 detectors tools to verify that those ME was safe from SA-00086 vulnerables like this

    *

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brighttail View Post
    I'm curious that with Intel re-releasing all their Firmware fixes. Will Asus have a new BIOS update more current than the 1102 for the R6E that will include this new firmware update?
    There are still some issues with resets on anything other than the 300-series platforms - that's what I was told this morning. Updates are made when and if necessary. This situation has been all over the place, so it's not something one can give a straight fix for. Once everything is ironed out, I expect there to be builds/updates for it. That's all I can say. You'll just have to be patient while all parties deal with it. Could be quick, and also may take time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by restsugavan View Post
    Use SA-00086 detectors tools to verify that those ME was safe from SA-00086 vulnerables like this

    *
    I updated to 11.11.50.1436 previously when bios 1102 came out. I saw how machines were still vulnerable with version 11.10.XXXX. I question whether this 11.7.XXXX version is sufficient:


    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...-Extreme/page6

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array restsugavan PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopper64 View Post
    I updated to 11.11.50.1436 previously when bios 1102 came out. I saw how machines were still vulnerable with version 11.10.XXXX. I question whether this 11.7.XXXX version is sufficient:


    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...-Extreme/page6
    *

    Dear Hopper64 , The ME Update Tools from ASUS contained Intel ME Firmware 11.11.50.1436 buddy.
    ASUS also recommended us to use MEI driver 11.7.0.1057 to working with ME Firmware 11.11.50.1436 .
    Last edited by restsugavan; 02-10-2018 at 12:25 AM.

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