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    You wat mate?! They released a BIOS for an H81 board, but not Z97?! Bruh, I'ma about to spit on ASUS face really. They have a CPU to test on an low end board, but not enthusiast Z97 boards like Maximus VII Hero?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by restsugavan View Post
    EVGA Gigabyte and ASROCK release Z370 and X299 for Spectre Ready shame on ASUS.

    *

    ASUS was the first vender post for solution to address Intel SA-00086/88 vulnerable. But at this moment there are no BIOS update for X299 platform.

    Sadly for my Rampage VI Extreme Maybe I buy the wrong mainboard for i9 7980XE. It was not RAMPAGE VI Extreme anymore , but the most suitable name for it here was “ DAMNPAGE VI Extreme “ Most expensive board over all market however support and*Service same slower than bloodsucker.

    Can’t believe the most cheaper Gigabyte and ASROCK X299 has already patched before the hell most expensive
    X299 ever made. Next update maybe no more “ DAMPAGE VII Extreme “ anymore for me.*
    I'll agree with you here, ASUS's response to this has been worse than I expected. I had a bad feeling when they published the bulletin and none of the patched BIOS's were available yet. Especially for their most expensive boards. There really is no excuse, an amateur bios modder could whip up a bios with the new microcode in it in about 10 minutes or less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SumTingWong View Post
    You wat mate?! They released a BIOS for an H81 board, but not Z97?! Bruh, I'ma about to spit on ASUS face really. They have a CPU to test on an low end board, but not enthusiast Z97 boards like Maximus VII Hero?!
    Oh wow I just noticed that, okay that's downright f*cking infuriating now.

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    @xeromist Since you closed the thread i made saying "this is not true"
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...380#post698380

    Actualy the link you provided neither say they will actualy DO update the oldest generation, that's just your personal interpretation, for now, all i see is them saying : no older generation than the 6th.

    Which is quite serious because microsoft said themself that haswell and older will be hit harder than the "new" generation.
    like there for exemple
    https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/mic...ndows-systems/
    With Windows 10 on older silicon (2015-era PCs with Haswell or older CPU), some benchmarks show more significant slowdowns, and we expect that some users will notice a decrease in system performance.

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    Question Intel TSX-NI activated on new uCode?

    https://newsroom.intel.com/news/inte...reboot-issues/
    Intel activate unstable TSX-NI without fix this on Haswell for descrease performance penalty.
    TSX-NI behavior on Haswell descripted for example on LGA2011-3 Haswell-E Specification update(HSH33).

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    Yeah...but ignore that...

    "Intel Technologies, Products and Booth Receive Industry Accolades at CES 2018

    Throughout the week, CES attendees visiting Intel’s exhibit were treated to an array of experiences powered by innovative technologies and partnerships all aimed at delivering amazing experiences to improve our daily lives. Many of these innovations – building the autonomous future, driving insights with Intel AI, creating a new wave of VR and immersive media, powering the next generation of compute – received prestigious awards and recognition."

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    Quote Originally Posted by wootwoots View Post
    @xeromist Since you closed the thread i made saying "this is not true"
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...380#post698380

    Actualy the link you provided neither say they will actualy DO update the oldest generation, that's just your personal interpretation, for now, all i see is them saying : no older generation than the 6th.
    I did not say they would update anything else, just that the link you posted *is* demonstrably false. At this point we do not know one way or another.

    What I can tell you for a fact is that these advisories get updated well after they are initially published. The last Intel advisory regarding IME on the ASUS website was initially missing a whole line of products and then a month later they were there out of the blue without any note indicating the list had changed. I know because I searched personally and posted that they were not there, then later found them.

    So assuming that the current advisory is the entire length and breadth of what is going to be updated is extremely premature. As big as this issue is I'm guessing it's going to take months, not weeks, for everything to shake out. Buckle up, it's going to be a while. So yes, if you come back to me in 3 months and ask me where your update is I'll concede it likely won't happen. For now all this rage and worry is pointless, really. People are only hurting themselves.
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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array restsugavan PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nixon2992 View Post
    https://newsroom.intel.com/news/inte...reboot-issues/
    Intel activate unstable TSX-NI without fix this on Haswell for descrease performance penalty.
    TSX-NI behavior on Haswell descripted for example on LGA2011-3 Haswell-E Specification update(HSH33).
    I had sold Rampage V Extreme and my 5960X away with that cause. Haswell E/EP are TSX Bug and they can’t fix via microcode
    Update or any solutions. Finally intel release the microcode to diasable whole Haswell E and EP family. They’d fixed on Boardwell
    E and EP on 2015.

    Without TSX NI feature above Haswell E/EP multicore scalable over 10 core are suffering from performance drop compared to
    Boardwell E. Heavy multithreaded program running on over 10 cores system perform badly. More cores get more performance hit
    By the issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by restsugavan View Post
    I had sold Rampage V Extreme and my 5960X away with that cause. Haswell E/EP are TSX Bug and they can’t fix via microcode
    Update or any solutions. Finally intel release the microcode to diasable whole Haswell E and EP family. They’d fixed on Boardwell
    E and EP on 2015.

    Without TSX NI feature above Haswell E/EP multicore scalable over 10 core are suffering from performance drop compared to
    Boardwell E. Heavy multithreaded program running on over 10 cores system perform badly. More cores get more performance hit
    By the issue.
    Facts and sources please?

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array restsugavan PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by SumTingWong View Post
    Facts and sources please?
    First i’d Like to show you what kind of with and without TSX CPU benefit with Cinebench R15 here


    Left was Core i7 6850K@4.2GHz VS Right Core i7 5820K @4.2GHz
    The picture above represents TSX-NI and without TSX-NI enable CPU performance compare.
    *I7 6850K which TSX NI hardware enable VS i7 5820K with TSX NI disable via microcode update.
    Reference from.*
    *http://www.fudzilla.com/news/40607-i...-e-benchmarked

    you’ll se different multicore score above. However the example above are only 6-Core system if you compare*
    On higher core count the gap also wider.

    About TSX Bug on haswell E you could check from many source below
    1.**https://www.anandtech.com/show/8376/...eep-broadwelly
    2. *https://www.techspot.com/news/57726-...well-cpus.html
    3. *https://techreport.com/news/26911/er...broadwell-cpus
    Last edited by restsugavan; 01-14-2018 at 01:02 AM.

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