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    That is great thank you @RaffieKol !

    I own the Strix X370-F, has anyone tried this on this motherboard? I updated to the 3803 BIOS which seems unstable on my previous RAM settings (on 3401) and I need to flash back the 3401 BIOS

    I guess if it worked on B350-F it should work on the X370-F as well.. correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlord1981 View Post
    That is great thank you @RaffieKol !

    I own the Strix X370-F, has anyone tried this on this motherboard? I updated to the 3803 BIOS which seems unstable on my previous RAM settings (on 3401) and I need to flash back the 3401 BIOS

    I guess if it worked on B350-F it should work on the X370-F as well.. correct?
    You welcome, Yes it will work

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    Happy to report it works on the Asus PRIME X370-PRO. I'm back on my last stable bios 3404 and not stuck on bios 3803 anymore... Thanks man....



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    ROG Enthusiast Array RaffieKol PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by thelastfirstone View Post
    Happy to report it works on the Asus PRIME X370-PRO. I'm back on my last stable bios 3404 and not stuck on bios 3803 anymore... Thanks man....
    Nice, glad it worked out...

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    New ROGer Array Deltazor PC Specs
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    mac address is changed?

    Guys I ask who has already done the reverse of the bios
    can you tell me if with this procedure the mac address is changed? in all the bios files present in the site of all the MB asus the mac address is the same for all, what with the programmed factory bios does not happen, every MB has its specific address.
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    ROG Enthusiast Array RaffieKol PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deltazor View Post
    Guys I ask who has already done the reverse of the bios
    can you tell me if with this procedure the mac address is changed? in all the bios files present in the site of all the MB asus the mac address is the same for all, what with the programmed factory bios does not happen, every MB has its specific address.
    Not sure what you mean
    But once you flash the .rom file in Dos you can always go back and flash the official .cap file from the asus site using Asus Ez Flash if you have doubts about the modified .rom

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    New ROGer Array Deltazor PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaffieKol View Post
    Not sure what you mean
    But once you flash the .rom file in Dos you can always go back and flash the official .cap file from the asus site using Asus Ez Flash if you have doubts about the modified .rom
    No I wanted to know if it changes the address of the Mac address as photos and the sn or remains all unchanged forgive my English help me with Google translator

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    I confirm that I successfully managed to downgrade my ROG Strix X370-F Gaming from 3803 to 3401.

    Many thanks again!

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    ROG Enthusiast Array RaffieKol PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlord1981 View Post
    I confirm that I successfully managed to downgrade my ROG Strix X370-F Gaming from 3803 to 3401.

    Many thanks again!
    Nice glad it worked out

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    ROG Enthusiast Array RaffieKol PC Specs
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    I decided to put back this tutorial after I got alot of PMs from people that requested it.
    I just want to say that I am not responsible if this method damages your board in any way.

    Thanks

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