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Rampage V Edition 10 Bios 2101.

TheEternaL
Level 9
Hello.
A new bios version 2101 for Rampage V Edition 10 has been released today.
I would like to know what changes on the level from 1903?
Sorry for my English.

Thank.
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ReaperOneSIx
Level 7
TheEternaL wrote:
Hello.
A new bios version 2101 for Rampage V Edition 10 has been released today.
I would like to know what changes on the level from 1903?
Sorry for my English.

Thank.



According to Asus Rampage V 10 website
this is the info they put out
RAMPAGE V EDITION 10 Beta BIOS 2101
Updated uCode for Intel security issue.

Also, this bios might fix my random PC restart won't be sure until I run a few test

ReaperOneSIx
Level 7
Follow up XMP is stable but overclocking is still unstable can't hit even 4.3ghz and 4.5ghz I'm stuck at 3.7 with XMP Profile of 3200Mhz. I take that back XMP is unstable same with manual overclock I think I might have a bad processor. Updated bios didn't fix a damn thing or my processor is good for overclocking

TheEternaL
Level 9
Someone else tried the new Bios?

ThrashZone
Level 10
Hi,
x99 needed a Intel micro code fix that other older ones killed broadwell-e oc'ing issues
I don't have broadwell-e so I don't know if it actually fixed that or not I'm on hasswell-e still and it was spared the oc borking issue.

XMP isn't usually recommended to use anyway
But brings another question that some have said it makes no difference although many will state the vccio cpu 1.05v voltage being increased to 1.250v+- on newer bios is okay where as haswell-e older bios before broadwell-e came out never used more than 1.050v+-

1.25v on vccio cpu voltage might just bring instability all I know it sure isn't needed max is closer to 1.15v or really the safe ceiling.
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ThrashZone wrote:
Hi,
x99 needed a Intel micro code fix that other older ones killed broadwell-e oc'ing issues
I don't have broadwell-e so I don't know if it actually fixed that or not I'm on hasswell-e still and it was spared the oc borking issue.

XMP isn't usually recommended to use anyway
But brings another question that some have said it makes no difference although many will state the vccio cpu 1.05v voltage being increased to 1.250v+- on newer bios is okay where as haswell-e older bios before broadwell-e came out never used more than 1.050v+-

1.25v on vccio cpu voltage might just bring instability all I know it sure isn't needed max is closer to 1.15v or really the safe ceiling.


i'm keeping mine at factory default other than fixing the netcoding this one stop my random restart even at default setting. I just think I have a bad processor it can't overclock even when I don't use XMP.

Godofmosquitoes
Level 7
Can someone tell what uCode version they use in the new BIOS? Latest is 36. At least for 6950X

Godofmosquitoes wrote:
Can someone tell what uCode version they use in the new BIOS? Latest is 36. At least for 6950X


Here is the ucode for my 6950x...
Μobo:ROG STRIX Z790-F GAMING WIFI-CPU:Intel Core i9-14900K-Cooler:EKW-EK-KIT RGB 360-RAM:G.SKILL Trident Z5 DDR5-6400 CL32 64GB(4 x 16 GB)-GPU:ASUS GeForce® ASUS ROG STRIX GAMING RTX-3080Ti-#43; EKW-EK-KIT 480 RGB -PSU:Corsair HX1200i:HDD:Samsung M2 980 PRO with heatsink 2TB+Samsung 990 PRO 2 TB RAID-0 +Asus RAIDR Express 240GB- Case:Thermaltake View 91 Tempered Glass RGB Editionx

Koutport
Level 7
I update the new bios 2101 and my overclock at 4,2 looks fine . I will test it again and I will back for review...
Μobo:ROG STRIX Z790-F GAMING WIFI-CPU:Intel Core i9-14900K-Cooler:EKW-EK-KIT RGB 360-RAM:G.SKILL Trident Z5 DDR5-6400 CL32 64GB(4 x 16 GB)-GPU:ASUS GeForce® ASUS ROG STRIX GAMING RTX-3080Ti-#43; EKW-EK-KIT 480 RGB -PSU:Corsair HX1200i:HDD:Samsung M2 980 PRO with heatsink 2TB+Samsung 990 PRO 2 TB RAID-0 +Asus RAIDR Express 240GB- Case:Thermaltake View 91 Tempered Glass RGB Editionx

Koutport wrote:
I update the new bios 2101 and my overclock at 4,2 looks fine . I will test it again and I will back for review...


Could you please check the processor microcode in BIOS?*