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  1. Brink's Avatar
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    Asus Z390 Maximus XI Motherboards


    New BIOS version 0702 available for ROG Maximus XI Formula.

    ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI FORMULA | Gaming Motherboard | ASUS USA


    Asus Z390 Maximus XI Motherboards-0702.jpg
    Last edited by Brink; 22 Jan 2019 at 18:06.
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    I don't have a Maximus XI board,(Buildzoid has said the VRMs & power delivery on the Maximus X's are superior, at least on paper, and I have no use for the extras the Z390 boards have to offer), but it's good to see they updated the RAID(IRST) drivers in BIOS as they are needed to see your M.2 drives, even if you don't build a BIOS RAID setup(as opposed to a software RAID inside of Windows)
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    Oh the updated RAID drivers are probably for the NVMe secure erase feature.
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    Shawn output from latest ME Analyzer for your BIOS
    Asus Z390 Maximus XI Motherboards-image.png

    Notice?
    Power Management controller has been updated, maybe modern standby now?
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    Not yet for modern standby.
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    Let's show anyone curious, what your XI Formula has Shawn(it just showed up on my channel as "recommended for you"):

    Designed for hardcore custom water cooling and featuring intelligent overclocking on 9th generation Intel® Core™ processors, the ROG Maximus XI Formula takes high-end gaming to the next level. Connect liquid loops to the CrossChill EK III VRM block for optimal cooling. Customizable AURA Sync lighting and integrated LiveDash OLED display elevates the styling.
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    New BIOS version 0703 available for ROG Maximus XI Formula.

    ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI FORMULA | Gaming Motherboard | ASUS USA


    Asus Z390 Maximus XI Motherboards-0703.jpg
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    Hey Shawn I hope you gotz time to kill today
    (The one thing I hate about buying a new motherboard, the constant BIOS updates and having to redo all my OC profiles, that's another reason I'm staying with my Maximus X Hero(besides it has better VRMs than the Maximus XI version))
    Version 0805
    2019/02/017.94 MBytes
    ROG MAXIMUS XI FORMULA BIOS 0805
    01. Improved DRAM stability
    02. Supported JEDEC standard DDR4 32GB memory
    03. Updated RST driver
    04. Update ME FW
    05. Improve system performance
    06. Improved DRAM stability

    I just did a check with the latest ME Analyzer(1.80.0 r151) and you will have the latest BIOS ME version at least..
    Asus Z390 Maximus XI Motherboards-image.png
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    Oh boy. Another BIOS version to play with. Thank you Cliff.
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    Brink said:
    Oh boy. Another BIOS version to play with. Thank you Cliff.
    You're welcome.
    I wanted to check my BIOS with the new MEA and after it came up "NO" thought , I wanted to recheck yours, and found you had an update yesterday.

    At least you will have the4 most current & safe ME firmware

    It's just a pain in the neck setting the BIOS up again, also remembering what to click for iTPU(or an dTPU if you have a chip) to get up and running.
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