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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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DMAN406 wrote:
I downloaded the new BIOS 4403 yesterday and installed it on my system. All seems good so far. Interestingly, I noticed that the file date on the BIOS when flashing it was April 27 (the date the beta was released), so I'm assuming that nothing was actually changed between the beta and final release of 4403?

You assumed correctly, someone on reddit compared the SHA1 of both files, and it was identical
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Furkin_Cat
Level 7
Find it hard to understand why the have removed the beta tag from the bios

Furkin Cat wrote:
Find it hard to understand why they have removed the beta tag from the bios


Because the latest version is out and beta is not needed anymore. You should only be using the beta if you have serious issues as they won't give you a warranty claim if the beta bios bricks your mobo.

Installed 4403 last night. No issues with this new bios so far. Running on a PC with an AMD 5900x and 32gb of ram.

Have had the audio stutter issues. Have to use the PC for a few days to see if it has gone. Haven't struck it yet.

Today I updated my X570-F to Agesa 1207, I was still using Agesa 1203c, I was waiting for the issue of the definitive fTPM stutter fix for May, I didn't migrate to Windows 11 because of these problems, I'm on Windows 10 and I didn't have the problems reported from fTPM, followed the community and was already aware of problems with Agesa 1205 onwards with overclocking and PBO, problems or limitations, my over RAM/IF 3733/1866 stable, solid, did not rise, I used DOCP 3200 and booted normal , so I tried to relax the timings and it didn't go up to 3733. I went back to the Agesa 1203c and I'm staying on the Agesa 1203c for now. Probably in the future the solution will be to force the update I believe, to be able to use Windows 11, I will get rid of this AMD and go back to Intel.

allavatar2
Level 7
my next cpu definitely Ä°ntel why ? AMD last 10 monts always broke bios releases 4403 bios again EDC bug and %10 bad performance

4002 bios is best bios for my cpu ( 8940p multi score in cinebench r20 ) 4403 bios is same bios settings like 4002 (8540p multi score in cinebench r20 )

HunterKillerAU
Level 7
I dont know if anyone has experience this but around 3-4 BIOS versions back, the BIOS flashback stopped working, I can no longer update the BIOS via USB plugged into the USB port in the back of the mobo.

I have to do it inside UEFI and it works without issue.

I have also updated to the 4403 BIOS and so far it appears to be running ok with some slight under clocks to the Core Volatge, PPT, EDC and TDC.

Ill run in general use and see how it goes over the next few weeks.
ROG Strix X570-E Gaming - AMD 5800X - MSI RTX380ti Ventus OC - 32GB G.Skill 3600CL16 - Samsung 980Pro 1TB+2TB M.2

HunterKillerAU wrote:
I dont know if anyone has experience this but around 3-4 BIOS versions back, the BIOS flashback stopped working, I can no longer update the BIOS via USB plugged into the USB port in the back of the mobo.

I have to do it inside UEFI and it works without issue.


Hi,

I had the same issue when I updated to 4403 from 4005 a few days back using the Bios flashback. The update hung (freaked me out a bit) so had to use the EZ Flash 3 Utility which went without any hitch.

HunterKillerAU wrote:
I dont know if anyone has experience this but around 3-4 BIOS versions back, the BIOS flashback stopped working, I can no longer update the BIOS via USB plugged into the USB port in the back of the mobo.

I have to do it inside UEFI and it works without issue.

I know it sounds stupid, but it happened to me, you should check that your USB drive is formatted in FAT 32 and that it's using an MBR partition table
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Secondary PC : Asus R5E / Intel i7 5930K / 16 Go 2800 Mhz C16 G.Skill Ripjaws 4 / Asus GTX 980 Poseidon / Samsung 850 Pro 256G / XSPC W/C / Cooler Master Cosmos 2 / FSP Hydro G Pro 850

GoLLuM13 wrote:
I know it sounds stupid, but it happened to me, you should check that your USB drive is formatted in FAT 32 and that it's using an MBR partition table


Yeah I even tried a second flash drive because I noticed the old flash drive which was 8GB was only indicating 244MB now, so I used a second USB stick (brand new) and the flashback still wont work, it just stays on solid green.

Its not issue, I just have to do it via EZ flash inside the bios now.
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