This is the worst bios so far, after couple of days without any issues I now get daily or even multiple times that my PC goes to blackscreen without rebooting. I need to remove power in order to reboot. On my Dark hero 5950x
I've been working on my overclock most of the day and think at this point I can confirm loss of single core boost with bios 3204. My multi-core overclock actually improved with 3204 as I was able to lower core voltage and am able to hit 4.7Ghz all core, however single core boost has fallen. I use to get ~640pts in Cinebench R20 and am now ~636pts. Boost frequency was above 5Ghz and in Cinebench R20 is now topping at 4924Mhz. I have tweaked everything I can think of and the only difference was updating the bios. In my case I really didn't have much of a choice as my old bios (version 2601) was having ram issues in gaming loads. Tried to find bios 3202 to see if it would fix the loss of single core boost but the only bios versions I could find on Asus website were 2601, 3003, and 3204. Hopefully the next bios release will correct the single core boosting.
;828130']Happy to send you 3202 if you like via dropbox. Let me know.
I read only critics about this release... I must say that IMHO is one of the best I've tried.
I swapped RAM kit (both Corsair B-Die) along with installing the new BIOS and I can set them stable @3800MHz CAS 16 with a very lower voltage (1.35 vs. 1.48) and all MC voltages in Auto. I'm still testing but at the moment for me is a joy... if everything it's ok, I'm gonna try CAS 15 or 14.