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    Quote Originally Posted by sblantipodi View Post
    I still see no bios for my X99 Deluxe.
    damn asus.
    I patched the old 3801 bios and updated the microcode for Haswell-E. Follow these instructions or keep on waiting.

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...-CPU-microcode

    So yeah... damn Asus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by impertinent View Post
    I patched the old 3801 bios and updated the microcode for Haswell-E. Follow these instructions or keep on waiting.

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...-CPU-microcode

    So yeah... damn Asus.
    Could I ask... when you did this did you do anything other than copy the file from the linux microcode archive into the UBU folder? Like rename it etc..? When I tried copying the 06-3c-03 (which corresponds with my CPU) into the UBU folder and running it and hitting "m" like the instructions indicate it just wouldn't find that microcode. I could still do the normal microcode update with UBU but that isn't in keeping with the instructions which is why I ask.

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    Well I copied it to the UBU folder but the script didn't select the file but opened a window and I had to chose the microcode file myself. Did you use cmd or powershell? Maybe this is also a diffrence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheProf View Post
    So today i have update my Z77 Maximus V Formula UEFI by myself. Microcode 1F for my i7 3770k is inside and works great!
    Easy to mod with UBU and flash via Flashback. Takes 10min i think.
    After flash, set up all UEFI settings and now the system is save. At the next few days i will test the performence.
    My i7 3770k is OC to 4,8GHz with low 1,248V i hope that will be now also stable
    Good for you!
    I would never be able to do that by myself. I have a Sabertooth Z77 and an i5 2500k Sandy Bridge.
    The sole fact that you were able to do it with relative ease (easy for you, impossible for me) put Asus in a truly embarassing position.
    With all the engineers, or whatever, at their desposal, is it possible we have to do something so critical on our own?
    I bought, at an hefty price, an Asus motheboard because I wanted the best components, which I got, and the best support...
    I guess my next purchase will be directed to something cheaper.
    I would be happy to change my mind, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by impertinent View Post
    Well I copied it to the UBU folder but the script didn't select the file but opened a window and I had to chose the microcode file myself. Did you use cmd or powershell? Maybe this is also a diffrence.
    OH interesting. I was using an elevated command prompt. I'll try Powershell tomorrow that is probably what is going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxxxyyyy View Post
    Good for you!
    I would never be able to do that by myself. I have a Sabertooth Z77 and an i5 2500k Sandy Bridge.
    The sole fact that you were able to do it with relative ease (easy for you, impossible for me) put Asus in a truly embarassing position.
    With all the engineers, or whatever, at their desposal, is it possible we have to do something so critical on our own?
    I bought, at an hefty price, an Asus motheboard because I wanted the best components, which I got, and the best support...
    I guess my next purchase will be directed to something cheaper.
    I would be happy to change my mind, of course.
    ASUS is probably testing the board right now, but I hate it when they don't tell us anything! Nothing at all, not even a simple sentence. My next build maybe with MSI or Gigabyte board. ASUS to me like Samsung which is a slow response to the security flaws. Plus, I am not confident at all to mod my board BIOS like other people already did.
    Last edited by SumTingWong; 03-23-2018 at 03:54 AM.

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    @xxxxyyyy: I can understand you. To mod a bios, you have to now work with command line and other some tools. For me, i work dialy with that no bigger problem. So you right, i also cant unterstand why asus is to slow. Yes they have warranties to their costumers, but every bios update is on your own risk.

    I also unterstand SumTingWong. The information process is really So until today, Z77 or Z87 and so on, dont know if there will get an update... After 3 months no more information about that.

    @all

    Yesterday i test a much, with my new mod bios. I can only say, system is now save and perfermence is the same like before! My ssds are 10-15% faster in 4K write/read with the new microcode.
    My OC is also stable! In games and a 3 hour Prime95 Costum run. Same like before
    I will try to test, if i can reduce the v-core.
    Last edited by TheProf; 03-23-2018 at 07:54 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SumTingWong View Post
    ASUS to me like Samsung which is a slow response to the security flaws.
    You would think they might pull their finger out, given that they already have the FTC breathing down their neck for being slow to issue security updates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IT Troll View Post
    You would think they might pull their finger out, given that they already have the FTC breathing down their neck for being slow to issue security updates.

    Where is information about this?

    The only FTC-vs-ASUS reports I could find online are dated from 2016.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Korth View Post
    Where is information about this?

    The only FTC-vs-ASUS reports I could find online are dated from 2016.
    Yes, that one, from 2016.
    https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/pres...d-services-put

    Looks like they got 20-years probation for ignoring a multitude of security holes in the firmware of their routers.

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