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    Intel me update - asus mark 1 x299

    Hello, does anyone know when the Intel ME Firmware Update for ASUS MARK 1 X299 will be released? the intel Detection tool keeps telling me that mine is obsolete ...

    Thank you!

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    Cool

    Here's at least one of the latest versions. No need to wait for ASUS to integrate it, if you need it to patch anything and not just to stay bleeding edge:

    http://www.station-drivers.com/index...d=3270&lang=en

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    I think ASUS now testing the ME Firmware 11.11.50.1436 on their test boards same time what I use my rigs test with Microsoft*
    Windows 10 RedStone 4 (Build 17083 arrived this morning).

    After test it all day 24hrs passed. ROG Rampage VI Extreme BIOS 1102 with ME Firmware 11.11.50.1436 works very well.
    Not any issues at all.

    *

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    I don’t know why ASUS not update their ME Firmware 11.10.0.1287 which vulnerables on SA-00086 (USB vulnerables).
    Maybe they want any victims who get attacked from hackers first. Then they’ll update.

    I don’t care what do they think on their reason. My data used for stock simulator cost more than 1000 time R6E cost.
    So I could not waiting for their own ME Firmware update. Intel recommended me to doing this for protecting my assets.
    Why not to following their advise.

    EVGA ASROCK and also MSI and Gigabyte were done. I don’t want even X299 mATX cost a half my R6E had the best security
    solution before R6E. *

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    your doing the same thing I am, running my trading platform on this machine in the background. I did the update before intel came back with the " No no_ not that one" thing on my 7900x. I'm on Build 17083 also, with not a single issue. I'm will update with the next mCU code 0200002E comes out though.
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    Asus has done a great job of providing support for fixing the Intel SA-00086 vulnerability. Consider yourselves lucky.

    The ME Update Tool has been carefully hidden away from their motherboard customers under the old BIOS show more category.

    Talk about misfiling a utility. I spent two days trying to find this mysterious ME firmware tool.

    Who needs to update: https://www.asus.com/US/support/FAQ/1034961

    How can I test my intel system: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/27150

    Where can I get support for my motherboard.

    Note: Asus has hidden that link as well, scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page. Click download center.

    https://www.asus.com/ph/support/

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    You may wish, and probably should, update the BIOS 1st, and the other drivers as well, before running the ME update tool.

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