I wouldn't worry about it, even with more powerful hardware like the 2080ti it doesn't really make a difference until you drop to x4.
i have a 3700x and c6h, tried all the bios available on thread
and all the fixes listed
still get bios code I7, F8 and other random ones, my prev 2700x worked perfectly,
i think i might be returning this cpu
also barley never boosts even close to what it was advertised at, highest ive seen is 4ghz
So it's been a few days now that we have started seeing Agesa 184.108.40.206 abb for many of the the asus x570 boards even the Pro WS X570-ACE but no love for the strix line. I mean the boards are called "stix x570 - (letter) gaming" but from games like destiny 2 to 3d creation software like reallusion's Character Creator 3 I'm kind of stuck without the update. I thought something with the ROG and strix branding would be getting better support but I guess only the more costly ROG stuff does. Honestly at the end of the day I do want a stable product so if stability problems are the reason I get it. That being said it would be nice to not be held back by BIOS that is over a month old and steps behind.
There are bugs in AGESA 1003 - whatever version you get - especially with boost.
Make sure you update to the latest chipset drivers. Do the latest ones from ASUS, then the latest from AMD, which should fix detiny 2.
At this point I couldn't give two craps about a little boost here or there. I did see the chipset drivers update, some stuff I was reading was saying it was best not to install it until you had the new agesa update but I'm not sure how true that is.
I just don't like feeling like I'm getting less support buying an ROG strix series product.
Less support than what? IIRC there isn't a single Asus board with an official 220.127.116.11ABB BIOS yet, is there? As a company they're just sh*t at getting BIOS updates pushed out.
I'm not sure I even believe they'd be organised enough to selectively prioritise certain boards...