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ASUS TUF GAMING Z690-PLUS WIFI D4 BIOS 2004 dated 16/09/2022

ahfoo
Level 13
ASUS TUF GAMING Z690-PLUS WIFI D4 BIOS 2004 dated 16/09/2022

1. Improve system performance
2. Update ME version to 16.1.25.1885v2"

https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/BIOS/TUF-GAMING-Z690-PLUS-WIFI-D4-ASUS-2004.zip
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I hope they release a new bios soon or something more than anything so I can go back to the old BIOSes, especially 1503 or 1003. Damn the time I upgraded to this 2004 :(. My cpu went up almost 5 degrees and 30 watts of consumption leaving everything in AUTO (as in the other bios, in summer I have the CPU in Stock). The CPU-Z Single benchmark went down to 800 points, with the old bios it was 812 points, always talking about stock. For me this bios is a nonsense.

Although this of the lowering of CPU-z points maybe it is a thing of the update of Windows 11 to 22H2, I do not know. Temperature problems is not, I have a maximum of 55 degrees with everything stock and 15 minutes of Cinebench. But the 30 watts and 5 degrees more that's for sure is a thing of this BIOS. Anyway, I hope to return someday to the 1503 which is the one that always worked best for me and never update the BIOS of this board again hahaha, I learned my lesson.

My model is the TUF D4 but without WIFI. Best regards.

ahfoo
Level 13
In XMP mode, try to manually select your ram spec speed in the bios advanced page.

ahfoo wrote:
In XMP mode, try to manually select your ram spec speed in the bios advanced page.


Hi. I have it on GEAR 1 at 4000 Mhz, 16-16-16-36 2T with 1.4 of RAM voltage, 1.3 of System Agent and 1.35 of VDDQ, perfectly stable a 2 hour cycle of Testmem5 profile absolout of ANTA777. Processor, uncore and so on is all stock/Auto. This is my RAM model:

https://www.amazon.es/G-Skill-Trident-RGB-DDR4-4000-CL16-16-16-36/dp/B094YKWQGQ