02-15-2020 11:46 AM
ROG RAMPAGE VI EXTREME BIOS 3006
Improve system performance and stability
Improve DRAM stability
Update RC code for new CPU
Update ME FW
Update IRST and RSTe driver
Fix AURA issue when using Intel thunderbolt devices.
Fix some M.2 device detect issue
03-09-2020 08:40 PM
Okay, I'm a bit confused from the start on this thread because I understood it was ROG Rampage VI Extreme boards.
What has me wondering is my board started with 0401 version.
Later I updated it to the 0504 version along with the latest x299 chipset drivers.
I went back to download the 0401 Verison to restore my BIOS back and found an 0505 version just released.
This was to repair my BIOS crash a couple of weeks later when I plugged in an Itel VROC HD key to do a UEFI BIOS Bootable RAID 10 on CPU setup.
Although if the Intel unverified/ unvalidated key was the cause, who can say. I know Intel won't.
Still waiting to hear why the Intel key product was NOT seen by Intel as their product. BUT I HAVE DIGRESSED
I recently got a Code 4F Check CPU POST STOP message. I was always wondering about the CPU temps and the CPU Cooler, ever since the Light on the pump head went out.
But how can you tell anything? The Armoury Crate Program didn't appear to have any control effect for anything I would try to alter and test. It acted like here is how everything is and you can't do anything about any of it. All I could do is monitor the voltage was on in the BIOS for the pump head. Those fans always ran about medium speed. CPU hadn't been overclocked or boosted yet, so I figured no problem. CPU Temp read as acceptable according to other online posts for them.
03-10-2020 03:48 PM
I was always wondering about the CPU temps and the CPU Cooler, ever since the Light on the pump head went out.
But how can you tell anything?
03-11-2020 04:12 PM
So you are saying that your cooler kicked in and cooled your CPU? Basically that it reacted to your core temperatures and "went nuts," ie. that it kicked in to try to cool your cpu?!
03-12-2020 01:19 AM
Yes it did, if you are a proper hardware/software engineer (u should have a safety feature) if something goes wrong no matter what profile %username% is using quiet/balanced/etc the aio should blast at full speed & yes you can create a custom profile with the custom temp read options so the aio will react to every sneeze of your expensive intel toaster 😉
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04-22-2020 02:27 AM
maybe this will "fix" it for you guys.