The Google doc has only a handful of people with BIOS 1401. At this point, I think most people know what they are doing.
Due to the recent Intel release, don't expect manufacturers to spend much time on Ryzen.
Purecain is right: ASUS and AMD should have been able to read the XMP and set up the memory controller from day 1.
The onus here falls on you for being overly optimistic or lax in your research prior to ordering that expensive ram.That statement is 100% true, not an insult just a fact.
That statement is 100% true, not an insult just a fact.
I and many others have simply copied the parameters into our new 220.127.116.11 registers to get our memory up to the "rated" overclock.
I stand on what I said and ASUS should be reading the RAM and setting up the parameters in the XMP profile automatically.