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New z690 hero (1304 Bios)

Juice2643
Level 8
Has anyone else tried to update to the newest 1304 bios on Z690 hero?
When I try to ez flash it keeps having trouble reading the file for some reason.
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VroiteR wrote:
how u did to go to that bios just install like a att? im asking that because im already at 1304.


Clear CMOS then flash bios using the dedicated bios USB slot back of the PC case, there is a button marked bios, hold it down for 3 seconds or until u see it flashing, once it begins to flash let go and leave it to update or downgrade the bios, wait until the flashing stops before booting
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phatmonkey wrote:
I went back to 1003 , only thing that works for me is XMP1 then under RAM timings set MODE to MODE 2, I am stable at 4600 if I go to 4800 it is a BSOD on tartup


increase the 1st digit by one and run memtest86 every time you increase until it passes then you can try lowering the last digit and memtest86 until it passes then do the two middle digit and run memtest86

Silent_Scone
Super Moderator
Hello,

I haven't noticed any real difference in stability between release BIOS and 1304 on the APEX. If the Intel ucode is updated this is one potential reason, but this also means more often than not the OC was fairly condition on the previous UEFI build, too.
13900KS / 8000 CAS36 / ROG APEX Z790 / ROG TUF RTX 4090

Silent Scone@ROG wrote:
Hello,

I haven't noticed any real difference in stability between release BIOS and 1304 on the APEX. If the Intel ucode is updated this is one potential reason, but this also means more often than not the OC was fairly condition on the previous UEFI build, too.


i have HERO, with 4x16gb corsair 5600mhz dimm and i still haven problems with xmp 2.0 oc, u did a downgrade bios? if u did, for which one?