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Are these 3xxx serious bios designed for haswell e or broadwell e?

hbordon727
Level 7
I have the original r5e with a 5820k
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Zka17
Level 16
I guess, the newer versions will still support older hardware...
If you have a good working system, why to change the BIOS version? I usually wait to bump into a problem...

FuryA
Level 8
New bios version may raise performance and stability
just naming for management , don't mind :rolleyes:

FuryA@ASUS wrote:
New bios version may raise performance and stability
just naming for management , don't mind :rolleyes:


Also decrease stability as well, i still can't run my ram @ 3000Mhz with 100strap like i use to on the older versions.