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Old 06-07-17, 03:15 PM
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Talking Crosshair VI 1403 Official Bios has Released!

Geetings Peeps,

Asus has finally released the official bios update containing the 1.0.0.6 Agesa update and stability improvements. I noticed a marked improvement right away! Get over to the Asus website and download it now!!!

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Old 06-07-17, 03:22 PM
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Geetings Peeps,

Asus has finally released the official bios update containing the 1.0.0.6 Agesa update and stability improvements. I noticed a marked improvement right away! Get over to the Asus website and download it now!!!
I plan on getting this onto my system ASAP. I hope it offers an improvement over the earlier 1.0.0.6 beta.
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Old 06-07-17, 03:51 PM
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The 1403RC bios was very solid. Lets hope the official release is even better!
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I've been quite fortunate with the Crosshair VI, Ram has worked fine at 3000MHz and 3200MHz even on bios 1002, Will be interesting to see if there have been any other improvements.
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BIOS is updating now. I will let you guys know if I come across and interesting changes.
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I've been quite fortunate with the Crosshair VI, Ram has worked fine at 3000MHz and 3200MHz even on bios 1002, Will be interesting to see if there have been any other improvements.
There have been, trust me. I was running my ram at 3466 for the last few bios revisions. 1403 even fixed my cold boot issue, at long last! Lot of guys have had success at higher mem speeds with 1403, but that doesn't necessarily translate into better performance. It's still up for debate which is better, higher speed, or less speed with tighter timings.
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Old 06-07-17, 10:07 PM
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There have been, trust me. I was running my ram at 3466 for the last few bios revisions. 1403 even fixed my cold boot issue, at long last! Lot of guys have had success at higher mem speeds with 1403, but that doesn't necessarily translate into better performance. It's still up for debate which is better, higher speed, or less speed with tighter timings.
I definitely noticed a bit of a performance boost. EX; I went from 1666 to 1705 in Cinebench just pushing my mem from 2666 to 3066. The samsung B die is flexible so I'm going to see if I can get 3200 on this new bios.

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Well, did you ever get it to 3200? I don't mean to be contrary, but can't understand why so many on here never report back, as that is what this forum is for.
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My Gskill worked at 3200 from the start.
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Old 18-07-17, 03:31 AM
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My Gskill worked at 3200 from the start.
Thanks for the comment. I just ordered some 3200mhz g skill ram, an asus crosshair vi hero and a ryzen 7 1700. Can't wait to get it all together. I haven't built a system in a very long time. I've lived in the islands for the last 16 years. So I've used a gaming laptop for a very long time. I'm very excited to get a powerful desktop system up and running.
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