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Originally posted by RLGL RLGL wrote:

Originally posted by teegale teegale wrote:

Did you flash v1.80 through Windows instead of instant flash? Because I did it with Windows the first time. I just decided I wanted to flash it again with instant flash on a usb stick and it's fine. Might explain why we had issues.


Do NOT flash through Windows, too many failures have been reported. This is with all brands of product.


I usually never do this. I couldn't find my USB stick at the time and was getting impatient. Never plan on doing that again. I still don't think that was the issue considering the guy above me had the same issue and he flashed it via instant flash. I'm thinking maybe ASRock snuck in a fix a few days later on their 1.80 download.
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I'm using a Samsung 970 PRO
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Originally posted by teegale teegale wrote:

Did you flash v1.80 through Windows instead of instant flash? Because I did it with Windows the first time. I just decided I wanted to flash it again with instant flash on a usb stick and it's fine. Might explain why we had issues.


Do NOT flash through Windows, too many failures have been reported. This is with all brands of product.
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I used a flash drive and ca贍led it from the bios. What type of nvme r u using?
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Did you flash v1.80 through Windows instead of instant flash? Because I did it with Windows the first time. I just decided I wanted to flash it again with instant flash on a usb stick and it's fine. Might explain why we had issues.
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Same issue here, came searching for answers. Will downgrade BIOS, thanks
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Originally posted by marjohn56 marjohn56 wrote:

Originally posted by teegale teegale wrote:

Came here to post this exact same thing. I updated to 1.80 and immediately noticed my Samsung 970 PRO slowing to a crawl. Something is seriously wrong with this version. I even ran userbenchmark and it said it was performing well below expectations. I reverted back to 1.60 and everything is fine now. I would NOT recommend updating from 1.60.


Phew.. thanks. Glad it's not just me.

Been with ASRock for years, my z77 extreme6 was superb, never any problem, ;ets hope they can resolve this.


I figured I wasn't alone. Which is why I came here. I'll give the next update a shot. Thank god for being able to downgrade.
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Originally posted by teegale teegale wrote:

Came here to post this exact same thing. I updated to 1.80 and immediately noticed my Samsung 970 PRO slowing to a crawl. Something is seriously wrong with this version. I even ran userbenchmark and it said it was performing well below expectations. I reverted back to 1.60 and everything is fine now. I would NOT recommend updating from 1.60.


Phew.. thanks. Glad it's not just me.

Been with ASRock for years, my z77 extreme6 was superb, never any problem, ;ets hope they can resolve this.
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Seems I can't edit my previous post but I also wanted to mention that I'm not using any SATA drives and my m.2 is installed in the 3rd spot (under the heatsink).
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Came here to post this exact same thing. I updated to 1.80 and immediately noticed my Samsung 970 PRO slowing to a crawl. Something is seriously wrong with this version. I even ran userbenchmark and it said it was performing well below expectations. I reverted back to 1.60 and everything is fine now. I would NOT recommend updating from 1.60.
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