Updating asus linux

RAM timings need to be a lot looser for my Hynix IC's I have Gskill Trident RGB F4-3200-C16GTZR 8GB x4 (hynix) XMP 16-18-18-18-38-58-1t 1.35v what was stable on 6401 BIOS is no longer the case with 6903. My Hyper X memory kit 2x8 @2133mhz still OC @ 3200 mhz at 1.35v and only with Timmings on auto. My Hyper X memory kit 2x8 @2133mhz still OC @ 3200 mhz at 1.35v and only with Timmings on auto.

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.

The Bios updates previously, were either before or days after updates to the Hero boards, but this is going on much longer.

I am now seeing other updates on the C6E support page, including the first update to the AI Suite III in a long time.

Temps are ok when start cinebench test around 65 to 75 never pass 80 degrees but the weird thing is no matter the Temps and volt are safe the pc shutdown with a single debug code of 9. Temps are ok when start cinebench test around 65 to 75 never pass 80 degrees but the weird thing is no matter the Temps and volt are safe the pc shutdown with a single debug code of 9. This new Bios have serious issue Its definitely quirky this BIOS, prob just needs some extra tweaks, that code 9 happened to me, unstable ram was the cause.

I always run default stock for a few hours on a new BIOS update to make sure nothing is broken.

so just keep and eye on it and check with several different software monitoring programs to confirm before you adjust offset.

Firstly, let me say that, while I have a version of Ubuntu running on the T100, the process is not simple, nor is it completely successful. screen rotation) are not yet working, and a number of other items (e.g. One specific problem that I (and others) have encountered is a long series of timeout errors on disk access when installing Ubuntu.

If this is a problem for you, if you persevere, the errors will eventually resolve themselves, and the installation will complete.

) Lots of people are working on trying to fix/provide enhanced support for the non-working items.

So, the bottom line is that is early in the game for running Linux on the T100.

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