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PRIME B760M-A WIFI D4 Bios Bug

Gunnarwish
Star III

Hi,

Bios PRIME B760M-A WIFI D4 BIOS 1402 and PRIME B760M-A WIFI D4 BIOS 1220 have a bug with ram memory.

I have DDR4 ram 3600mhz and when i enable XMP my ram speed stays at the lowest (2133mhz)

I need to go back to PRIME B760M-A WIFI D4 BIOS 1205 to be able to run 3600mhz.

I went to the computer store and they also tested it out and confirmed that the bios is bugged.

I hope it gets fixed because this ia very big bug

Setup:

i5 12600K

PRIME B760M-A WIFI D4

Ram: Corsair Dominator DDR4 3600mhz

 

47 REPLIES 47

See my reply in another post.

Or this one

The one where I replied to the Asus  guy with all the system details he asked for. 

lmacmil2
Star III

I have posted a detailed response twice and it's not showing up.  I'm not sure why.  I appears after I hit reply but when I come back to the page, it's gone.  And if I refresh the screen after it's posted, it's no longer there.

 

1) G.Skill memory 2x8GB F4-3200C16D-GVRB. According to the G.Skill website it is electrically the same as the -GVGB and -GVKB on the Asus approved memory list. The only difference is the color.
2) I have previously cleared CMOS and loaded optimized defaults and that still did not let the RAM run at 3200Mhz. I have not pulled one DIMM because it's very inconvenient and I don't why that should make a difference. The DIMMs are in A2 and B2 as specified in the manual.
3) I'm on Windows 11, build 22621.2715. I believe I was on ME 16.1.25.2020 when I flashed the 1220 BIOS. Yesterday I updated ME to the current version 16.1.30.2264.  Contrary to what the Asus website says, the ME version was not updated when I updated the BIOS, even when I flashed 1402.
4) I do not have a discrete GPU. I am using the on-board graphics of the i3-13100 CPU. PSU is Corsair CS650M which was brand new when I installed the motherboard.
I have not tested any other memory. Other users with different brand RAM have reported the same problem with the 1220 BIOS. If a system runs as expected with the 1205 BIOS and does not run as expected with the 1220 or 1402 BIOS and no other changes have been made, then clearly the BIOS is the problem. If Asus would spend as much time examining the code changes between 1205 and 1220 as they have trying to prove the fault is with my system, the problem would have been solved by now.

 

Gunnarwish
Star III

Maybe they have deleted it to avoid looking into the bug.😆

It would clear up a lot though😉