Updating asus linux

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I am hoping this may be a sign that a new Bios update is coming soon.

In order to run my hynix ram at 3200mhz ive had to loosen the timing to 16-22-22-22-53-75 1.4v on 6401 i could run 16-16-16-16-38-75-1t 1.4v However on the plus side my CPU OC now runs the same at less voltage required which is a nice trade, but it would have been nice to retain the RAM settings from BIOS to BIOS especially moving forward as the platform matures. A weird thing for my 1800X when OC to 4000 Ghz with offset Mode volts on Bios are 1.40v , on windows with CPUZ show 1.34volts. I will change the offset Mode to manual mode volts and see what happens. A weird thing for my 1800X when OC to 4000 Ghz with offset Mode volts on Bios are 1.40v , on windows with CPUZ show 1.34volts. I will change the offset Mode to manual mode volts and see what happens.

Thanks to you both for this thread that specializes in the Crosshair VI Extreme.

Based on your comments I downloaded the new BIOS and chipset driver.

I've been holding out for the next bios update before deciding to sell the board, but I'm growing pretty impatient.

I might consider a regular hero board in the future, but I don't think i'll ever buy a flagship from Asus again.

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