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Maximus vi extreme bios 1302

jh30uk
Level 10
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HiVizMan
Level 40
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Dave6479
Level 7
Just flashed my BIOS to 1302, run Realbench v2.0 and it gave me +1360 taking it from 85121 to 86481. So far so good.

EDIT: Can't seem to upload the results through realbench for some reason.
I7 4770K @ 4.6GHz, Custom Water Loop
Asus Maximus VI Extreme-Z87, BIOS 1603
EVGA GTX 780ti SLI x3, Vulkan 356.43 Skyn3t VBIOS
Corsair Vengeance Pro @ 1866MHz, 16GB
Samsung 850 250GB SSD (OS)
Samsung 840 120GB SSD
Corsair GT 120 SSD
Corsair Performance Pro 128 SSD
OCZ Vertex4 120 SSD
PSU EVGA SuperNova 1300W
ASUS Swift PG278Q 144Hz G-Sync
Oculus Rift DK2 + Leap Motion
Windows 10 64-Bit Insider Build 14271

Hopper64
Level 14
Seems to be working well here.
MZ790A Bios 1801, GSkill F5-8000J3848H16GX2-TZRK, 13900KS, EKWB D5 TBE 300, Corsair 1600i, Asus Strix 4090 w/ Optimus block, Phanteks Enthoo Elite, Asus Claymore 2, Asus Gladius 3, Asus XG349C, Samsung 990, Windows 11 Pro

jh30uk
Level 10
Not fixed the memory speed bug that was introduced to Task Manager, still says 1333mhz.

jh30uk wrote:
Not fixed the memory speed bug that was introduced to Task Manager, still says 1333mhz.


Ha! Never noticed that before, I seem to get 2667MHz showing instead of 2400MHz. Would that not be a windows issue instead of a BIOS one? as MemTweakit shows it at the correct speed.
I7 4770K @ 4.6GHz, Custom Water Loop
Asus Maximus VI Extreme-Z87, BIOS 1603
EVGA GTX 780ti SLI x3, Vulkan 356.43 Skyn3t VBIOS
Corsair Vengeance Pro @ 1866MHz, 16GB
Samsung 850 250GB SSD (OS)
Samsung 840 120GB SSD
Corsair GT 120 SSD
Corsair Performance Pro 128 SSD
OCZ Vertex4 120 SSD
PSU EVGA SuperNova 1300W
ASUS Swift PG278Q 144Hz G-Sync
Oculus Rift DK2 + Leap Motion
Windows 10 64-Bit Insider Build 14271

Earlier Bios builds showed it correctly AFAIR and a few other peeps claim the same.

I think Windows reads it from the Bios and the Bios now is reading default SPD not XMP settings.

I see 1333mhz instead of 1866mhz.

I know my Z68 Rog seen my old Ram correctly as 1600mhz then 1866mhz for this new Ram (only 1 week ago).

Barefooter
Level 7
I'm having to redo my overclock on this bios. I was stable at 4.6 GHz with 1.29 vcore with the prior bios. So far not stable with 1.31 vcore, and still working on it.

anyone else having issues with their previous overclocks? I just got my M6E and will be setting it up this weekend. Just wanted to make sure which bios is the most stable?

Heisenburg wrote:
anyone else having issues with their previous overclocks? I just got my M6E and will be setting it up this weekend. Just wanted to make sure which bios is the most stable?


None that I've noticed anyway. I'm still running at 4.6Mhz on 1.3v just like the previous BIOS's, didn't have to amend anything for it to pass RealBench 2.0 on this one.
I7 4770K @ 4.6GHz, Custom Water Loop
Asus Maximus VI Extreme-Z87, BIOS 1603
EVGA GTX 780ti SLI x3, Vulkan 356.43 Skyn3t VBIOS
Corsair Vengeance Pro @ 1866MHz, 16GB
Samsung 850 250GB SSD (OS)
Samsung 840 120GB SSD
Corsair GT 120 SSD
Corsair Performance Pro 128 SSD
OCZ Vertex4 120 SSD
PSU EVGA SuperNova 1300W
ASUS Swift PG278Q 144Hz G-Sync
Oculus Rift DK2 + Leap Motion
Windows 10 64-Bit Insider Build 14271