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Asus release BIOS 0804 for Zenith Extreme

Dimitrios1971
Level 12
Asus release BIOS 0804 for Zenith Extreme

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socketTR4/ROG_ZENITH_EXTREME/ROG-ZENITH-EXTREME-ASUS-0804.zip

Edit 9.12.2017

Asus today has the changelog release for BIOS 0804

ROG-ZENITH-EXTREME-ASUS-0804
1. Improve memory compatibility
2. Fix CPU abnormal temperature after clearing CMOS
3. Fix CPU/CHA Fan EQ mode issue under AI-suite 3
4. Fix PWM and DC mode display error for EXT_Fan under Fan Xpert

NOTICE: If you are upgrading from beta BIOS 0801 and have a SATA/NVMe RAID configuration, backup your data and remove the array before updating to this build.
If you are updating from any other BIOS version (e.g. 0701) or do not have any drives configured in RAID, you may update normally.

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ManMountain
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Same as the beta version or changed I wonder.

See for yourself. There is no changelog 😉

https://www.asus.com/de/Motherboards/ROG-ZENITH-EXTREME/HelpDesk_BIOS/

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I am on 603, and my system is stable for the most part.

But I just tried 804. I gave up and reinstalled 603.

During my trial, I could never get my RAM to run at its rated speed of 3200 (F4-3200C16Q-32GTZR).
Everytime I tried the XMP profile for the RAM the system would cycle 3 times and reset the speed of the memory, so the system would boot.


With 603, the XMP profile works, no issues running at 3200.

I was hoping that 804 would allow me to use my second set of RAM, I am going to say no dice for me with the latest BIOS.

Using Kingston HyperX Predator 32GB (4x8GB) Quad Channel Kit (HX433C16PB3K4/32).

I recently bought the board and reading about all the issues I decided to stay at 0701 until now. With 0804, it is the same as 0701, I select 3200 and increase the memory voltage to 1.35 - stable as before and no issues so far.

I stayed on the 0801 because of the NVMe support

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Dimitrios1971 wrote:
I stayed on the 0801 because of the NVMe support


Same here.

vsimone67 wrote:
Same here.


What about the nvme support? My samsung nvme runs fine on 0804.

vpkb1998 wrote:
What about the nvme support? My samsung nvme runs fine on 0804.


A few people said the NVMe RAID option was not in its original menu and they could not find it anywhere, that being said I am staying away from 0804 until someone finds where they put it or it comes back in an updated version.

Dimitrios1971 wrote:
I stayed on the 0801 because of the NVMe support



You can run your m.2 to x8 ? Because i am stuck at x4, whatever bios i use, pc just reboot back to x4.

I have a m.2 960 pro 2 to, so i am pretty mad i can't use it