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CVF beta BIOS 0045

Raja
Level 13
updates over 0038:

disable ECC by default
Added ‘Stabilize Memory Timing’ option under DRAM Timing Control


http://www.mediafire.com/file/i141m9qolsxjdhn/CrosshairV-Formula-ASUS-0045.ROM
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vvulture
Level 7
Raja@ASUS wrote:
updates over 0038:

disable ECC by default
Added ‘Stabilize Memory Timing’ option under DRAM Timing Control




AWESOME STUFF !! Great to see the ECC bug sorted out...

What does ‘Stabilize Memory Timing’ do ?? How does it work ??

Thx. 🙂
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It looks like it add +2 or +3 settings to most of the timings and sets command rate to 2T

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in the flash utility, it told me : "this file is not a EFI bios".

Carloshell wrote:
in the flash utility, it told me : "this file is not a EFI bios".


The BIOS needs to be flashed from a FAT32 formated drive

should i run this bios right out the door? or should i put on the stable?
MOBO: ASUS Crosshair V Formula
CPU: AMD 1100T Black Edition
RAM: G.Skill Sniper Series 8GB 1866 (PC14900)
PSU: 1000W crap
GPU: 2x HD6850S
Primary HDD: 1TB SEGATE BARRACUDA
CPU COOLER: COOLMASTER V6 PUSH/PULL

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Why would we format in fat32?

Carloshell wrote:
Why would we format in fat32?


fat 32 is a very generic format almost all systems can read fat32. most things require it to be fat 32 for that reason.
MOBO: ASUS Crosshair V Formula
CPU: AMD 1100T Black Edition
RAM: G.Skill Sniper Series 8GB 1866 (PC14900)
PSU: 1000W crap
GPU: 2x HD6850S
Primary HDD: 1TB SEGATE BARRACUDA
CPU COOLER: COOLMASTER V6 PUSH/PULL

Praz
Level 13
0045 flashed fine for me from a USB stick FAT formatted. Needed voltages for stability appear unchanged from those needed on 0506. Core Unlocking also still works properly.

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I thought the best format was NTFS of what I read before, expectially for the write/reading speed but maybe im wrong.