is 9920 pre agesa update? if you roll back on a BIOS do you loose the AGESA update too?
@Raja How about an update to this thread it is now 2 versions behind with no change log...
[ 2653.937773] do_trap: 6 callbacks suppressedI didn't get such things before. And my Virtual Windows is totally no longer able to run games. Why? Something is always crashing and it's most likely windows or at least the game.
[ 2653.937775] traps: vivaldi-bin trap invalid opcode ip:560ebeda463f sp:7fff9a609df8 error:0 in vivaldi-bin[560ebadc3000+6890000]
This page is great. It is not two versions behind. I am treating it like since 1602 and now 1701 have not been made available here, they are not going to be worth updating to. Have no clue why they even bothered since there is no change in the AGESA code. I may be rolling back to 9920 to see if I can get my rig stable with lower voltage settings. I do not care at this point about the couple of seconds extra taken for booting as long as lower voltages can be utilized. Updating from 1403 to 1501 required higher voltages to become stable.
Higher CPU temperature after resume from sleep and fans running faster as a consequence is still happening in bios version 1701.
I don't know why these bugs persist bios version after bios version when you'd think they should be given more priority with them affecting so many people. Its not like a handful of people are complaining about bugs only they experience and ain't worth the time/resources of Asus to solve. My confidence in Asus as a brand has been diminished by what seems like updates that don't contain necessary fixes.
I bought my first Asus motherboard in 1999 and this is the first one that has me really questioning whether Asus is as dedicated to their motherboards as they once were. Until now, I've never regretted buying an Asus motherboard.
Asus reps don't seem to be frequenting this Crosshair VI Hero subforum much anymore so much you'd swear it had developed a bad smell or something.