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  Topic : [Feedback and Suggestion]New Bios 1307 in the Asus ftp server New Topic
eagle12
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Posted:3/11/2010 8:38:00 PM # 1
Has anyone try the new bios 1307 from the Asus ftp server? ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/asus/mb/LGA1156/P7P55D_EVO

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dimitLabs
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Posted:3/13/2010 11:31:00 PM # 2
Well ya. from what i've seen up till now the only difference is in the AI tweaker menu. on top it shows the CPU & DRAM target freq, and in the DRAM timing control shows the actual clock values. 

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eagle12
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Posted:3/15/2010 3:38:00 AM # 3
Have youy noticed any stability improvement? i am thinking to update but i really have no problems with 1207 version

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dimitLabs
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Posted:3/22/2010 9:02:00 AM # 4
no not really,although its easier with the actual values, if you push your rig. 1207 was stable as this one. it is stated that EZ is updated but no, the same vesion 4.12. Honestly i dont know if they fixed anything.......eht seems the same......

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mark
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Posted:4/1/2010 3:45:00 AM # 5
I was hoping this release would fix VT-d, but unfortunately that still won't work. (BTW, the changelog was updated recently, now it does differ from 1207)

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Posted:4/5/2010 9:08:00 AM # 6
I just upgraded to 1307 last night.  I ran Crysis today and noticed an improvement in speed-step's upper end on my Core i7 860 cpu on the mobo, (it's rated for 2800 mhz.)  Before 1307 the mobo topped out around 3100 mhz. Now (today) I saw it reach 3405 mhz.  That is a good jump and more that I expected.

William

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