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Asus ROG Strix X570-E Gaming Bios update?

thomson1969
Level 8
Hi,

Does anybody knows when there will be a new bios for this motherboard Asus ROG Strix X570-E Gaming.
The latest one is dated 2019-07-05, an there is nothing about which AGESA its using.
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thesmokingman wrote:
It's not strange at all. He's using 32Gb sticks and you are using 16GB sticks, that's a HUGE difference. 16Gb sticks can run 3800mhz and 4000mhz if yer really good or lucky. 32Gb sticks will do around 3400mhz or 1700 fclk at best.


I could run 3600mhz as advertised with 1800 or even 1900fclk on an older BIOS. ASUS has changed something that has caused this issue for me

finnstop
Level 7
4002 and spurious reboots...I'm returning back to the best I have used for stability and performance...2606(!). This is like the 4th or 5th time I have tried a BIOS version newer than 2606 and have had negative experiences. Some were better than others but all had at least some stability issues for my setup that I either could not fully address or required that I change memory settings that resulted in lowered performance.

finnstop wrote:
4002 and spurious reboots...I'm returning back to the best I have used for stability and performance...2606(!). This is like the 4th or 5th time I have tried a BIOS version newer than 2606 and have had negative experiences. Some were better than others but all had at least some stability issues for my setup that I either could not fully address or required that I change memory settings that resulted in lowered performance.



For me on every BIOS, after 2606 I disable this and don't have idle or random reboots.

Global C-state Control [Disabled]

Cybersim
Level 7
@macbang
@finnstop
Try set in bios
VDDG CCD Voltage 0.900
VDDG IOD Voltage 0.950
For me working fine. No shutdowns and reboots.
Ryzen 3700x.

Cybersim wrote:
@macbang
@finnstop
Try set in bios
VDDG CCD Voltage 0.900
VDDG IOD Voltage 0.950
For me working fine. No shutdowns and reboots.
Ryzen 3700x.


I think I tried that before with one BIOS version and recall it may have helped. Thanks for mentioning as I can try it again.

Cybersim wrote:
@macbang
@finnstop
Try set in bios
VDDG CCD Voltage 0.900
VDDG IOD Voltage 0.950
For me working fine. No shutdowns and reboots.
Ryzen 3700x.


Wasnt one to change VDDP?

finnstop wrote:
Wasnt one to change VDDP?

VDDP not change. default Auto.
Only two CCD and IOD

Cybersim wrote:
VDDP not change. default Auto.
Only two CCD and IOD


thanks!!! this fixed my random reboots on 4002! on 3900x and 2x32GB @ 3600

JeffLo
Level 10
would you guys advise this motherboard with a 5800x or get a different one? if which model from asus?

HunterKillerAU
Level 7
Just updated to 4010 Bios(5800X), ran R23 for 2 mins on 4002 and got a score of 14411 and ran same test with same settings in bios (4010) and got 14200. Although I did see the power reporting deviation on HWinfo between 4002 and 4010 is about ~1.5 points in the same load senario. 4002 it was around 97.4% and 4010 was sitting at 98.8%. The lowest recorded so far is 97.8%.

Settings
DOCP, 3600
PPT - 120W
TDC - 80A
EDC - 130A
VDDCR offset mode set to - and offset voltage is 0.07500V

everything else set to stock.
ROG Strix X570-E Gaming - AMD 5800X - MSI RTX380ti Ventus OC - 32GB G.Skill 3600CL16 - Samsung 980Pro 1TB+2TB M.2