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ASUS' Crosshair VI Hero now supports 3200MHz+ memory multipliers

ASUS' Crosshair VI Hero now supports 3200MHz+ memory multipliers

ASUS' Crosshair VI Hero now supports 3200MHz+ memory multipliers

ASUS' Crosshair VI Hero now supports 3200MHz+ memory multipliers

 
The latest beta BIOS for ASUS' AM4 Crosshair VI Hero X370 has added support for AMD's latest AGESA 1006 microcode and support for additional memory multipliers.  This new BIOS adds support for 3466MHz, 3600MHz, 3733MHz, 3866MHz and 4000MHz memory multipliers without the need for BCLK overclocking, as well as give users access to memory sub-timings to help users achieve greater memory performance. 
 
This new BIOS is only in beta and is only available from the ASUS forums, though a non-beta version of this UEFI is expected in the near future. 
 
Thanks to AMD's new AGESA microcode, users have reported much wider memory compatibility, which is allowing Ryzen users to use a larger range of memory kits at their rated speeds. 

  

ASUS' Crosshair VI Hero now supports 3200MHz+ memory multipliers

 

At this time it is unknown if these new memory multipliers were achieved by AGESA version 1006 or by ASUS' own BIOS team, though it is expected that other manufacturers will try to offer similar memory multipliers in the near future. 

 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' latest Crosshair VI Hero BIOS on the OC3D Forums

 

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21-05-2017, 11:53:32

Avet
Wow... Was the bios that was released on launch pre alpha? Has anyone tried new memory profiles. I am very interested in scaling performance if the board can actually pull off those memory speeds.Quote

21-05-2017, 12:06:28

iSaff
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Originally Posted by Avet View Post
Wow... Was the bios that was released on launch pre alpha? Has anyone tried new memory profiles. I am very interested in scaling performance if the board can actually pull off those memory speeds.
Lots of people on Reddit claim to have been getting excellent results:

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Reddit Users:

-aylan1196:
"Finally gskillz 3600 32gb 4 8xgb running at 3466 with 1.37 v and my CPU at 4.0 1.4v .... thanks ASUS at last I can push this amd beast build."


-ShikatsuWatercooled (XFX R9 Fury | R7 1800X):
"Finally got my G.Skill memory (F4-3600C16D-16GVK) running at it's XMP specs: 3600MT/s CL16-16-16-36 with the x18 strap.

Great job from AMD and ASUS!"


-digitalfrost ([email protected] | ASUS CH6 | G.Skill 3200Mhz CL14 | R9 290X):
"Insane BIOS, my RAM is currently at 3466Mhz.

So glad I got this board."


-MaldiavoloSapphire (Tri-X R9 Fury):
"AGESA 1.0.0.6 is what is allowing the higher speeds. It's from AMD."
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21-05-2017, 12:35:31

NeverBackDown
Not surprised Asus is first for the BIOS update.Quote

21-05-2017, 15:21:59

Bartacus
I'm on 9945, running at 3466mhz @ 15-15-15-35-51trc-1T. Still can't boot 3600, so it's not quite there *yet*, but every update is one step closer!Quote

21-05-2017, 15:26:36

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
I'm on 9945, running at 3466mhz @ 15-15-15-35-51trc-1T. Still can't boot 3600, so it's not quite there *yet*, but every update is one step closer!
You noticing improved performance with every update?Quote
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