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Adds additional support depending on the motherboard.
 
BIOS 1.10 (E699 DARK K|NGP|N)

  • Adds memory OC profile for 7400Mhz, 7600Mhz, 7800Mhz, and 8000Mhz
  • Improves memory compatibility for G.SKILL 6600Mhz 16GB module
  • Improves G6900 boot time
BIOS 1.10 (E698 CLASSIFIED)

  • Improves memory compatibility for G.SKILL 6000Mhz 32GB module
  • Improves G6900 boot time
 


Windows Installation
  • Download the correct .zip file below for your motherboard:        
         121-AL-E699-KR - EVGA Z690 DARK K|NGP|N - v1.10
         121-AL-E698-KR - EVGA Z690 CLASSIFIED - v1.10
  • First go into your BIOS and load defaults, save and exit
  • Close all open programs.
  • Go into the folder where you unzipped this package and double-click update.bat
  • Press Y to start the flash process
  • DO NOT TURN OFF POWER OR RESET DURING THE FLASH PROCESS
  • After the flashing is finished, the system will automatically shut down. Then power on again and go into BIOS to setup.
  • NOTE: If flash box immediately closes after flash attempt, the flash may need to be ran from a CMD prompt with administrator privileges or DOS version.
  
BIOS Installation
  • Extract the contents of .zip file to USB flash drive (must be formatted as FAT32)
  • Reboot the machine and go into the system BIOS
  • From the BIOS, navigate to the Save & Exit tab and open "Select BIOS File."
  • Select the .bin file you wish to flash.
 
Please let me know if anyone runs into problems with this update.  Thanks!
 
Also, earlier BIOS files for each board can be found on our Download Center.
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/06 08:55:38 (permalink)
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/06 14:21:48 (permalink)
    Hey Lee,
     
    Currently running the V1.10 and i'm getting a ton of event 17, WHEA errors. I started a thread and was redirected here!
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/06 15:52:44 (permalink)
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    Hey Lee,
     
    Currently running the V1.10 and i'm getting a ton of event 17, WHEA errors. I started a thread and was redirected here!


    What happens if you go back to 1.09?


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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/07 06:56:44 (permalink)
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    Hey Lee,
     
    Currently running the V1.10 and i'm getting a ton of event 17, WHEA errors. I started a thread and was redirected here!


    What happens if you go back to 1.09?




    Just loaded 1.09 to test and still getting event 17 errors unfortunately 
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/09 10:15:19 (permalink)
    Hey there,
     
    Quick feedback on the new bios. I updated to bios v1.10 this morning, cleared the BIOS, loaded optimized defaults, and then loaded the XMP profile on the g.skill 6600 kit. It just finished stability testing and passed without any errors (HCI memtest 500%+, TM5 extreme1 anta777, Y-cruncher 2.5B).
     
    Also, I am not getting any Event 17 or any other WHEA errors. 
     
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/09 10:26:07 (permalink)
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    Hey there,
     
    Quick feedback on the new bios. I updated to bios v1.10 this morning, cleared the BIOS, loaded optimized defaults, and then loaded the XMP profile on the g.skill 6600 kit. It just finished stability testing and passed without any errors (HCI memtest 500%+, TM5 extreme1 anta777, Y-cruncher 2.5B).
     
    Also, I am not getting any Event 17 or any other WHEA errors. 
     




    nice! curious what the XMP voltages look like for the 6600 kit? do you mind sharing? did you load the chipset or other drivers once you updated to 1.10?
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/09 10:36:27 (permalink)
    I think I found a bug in Bios 1.10 
     
    System:
     
    Z690 Dark KP
    12000KS
    G.skill 6600 memory
     
    Steps to reproduce:
     
    1.) Clear CMOS and load defaults
    2.) Set CPU P and E core ratio control to per core limit, leave at all stock values.
    3.) Go into v/f control, set the highest point (5.5ghz on the 12900KS) to any negative value, such as -10.
    4.) Save and exit. 
     
    The board fails to post. It will sometimes rapidly reboot a few times before it boots to a code 04 on the diagnostic LED, others it will immediately fail to post and display a code 04. Hitting the safe boot button will bring you back into the bios. Clear the negative value from the V/F control menu, safe and exit, Board will post normally. 
     
    Notes:
     
    • Placing negative values in any of the other v/f points does not result in the same behavior, only the highest v/f point. 
    • I had the board reboot and display a code 00 during one test. powering off via the power button resulted in immediately posting back to a 00. Pressing the safe boot button, and clear cmos buttons did not result in a normal post, the board still immediately displayed code 00. To resolve I had to completely power down the board (turn off power supply) for 30 seconds, push the power button to ensure all the caps were completely depleted, then power the board up. It then posted normally with the cleared CMOS
    • I confirmed that the boot to code 04 behavior when a negative value exists in the top v/f point also exists in Bios 1.09.
     
     
    post edited by Gadfly - 2022/05/09 10:52:01
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/09 10:42:50 (permalink)
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    Hey there,
     
    Quick feedback on the new bios. I updated to bios v1.10 this morning, cleared the BIOS, loaded optimized defaults, and then loaded the XMP profile on the g.skill 6600 kit. It just finished stability testing and passed without any errors (HCI memtest 500%+, TM5 extreme1 anta777, Y-cruncher 2.5B).
     
    Also, I am not getting any Event 17 or any other WHEA errors. 
     




    nice! curious what the XMP voltages look like for the 6600 kit? do you mind sharing? did you load the chipset or other drivers once you updated to 1.10?




    Hey Zippy. 
     
    What voltages are you looking for?
     
    Mem VDD was set to 1.4v by the XMP profile. It appears everything else remains on Auto. So Mem VDDQ, and VDD2 will match Mem VDD of 1.4v, CPU VDDQ (VDDQ TX) was left auto so 1.1v. SA was left auto, which on my CPU is 0.943v (each CPU will be a little different).
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/09 10:46:11 (permalink)
    Rebooted into XMP, here you go Zippy:


    post edited by EVGATech_LeeM - 2022/05/09 10:50:28
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/09 10:50:39 (permalink)
    Fixed the image for you.
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/09 10:55:06 (permalink)
    Thanks
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    Fixed the image for you.





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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/09 10:57:07 (permalink)
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    Thanks
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    Fixed the image for you.







    For imgur, you need to open the image in a new tab to get the .png or .jpg link, and use that for the image to show up.  Then you can wrap the image with a link to the main url for the image, if you wish.


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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/09 11:16:32 (permalink)
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    Thanks
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    Fixed the image for you.







    For imgur, you need to open the image in a new tab to get the .png or .jpg link, and use that for the image to show up.  Then you can wrap the image with a link to the main url for the image, if you wish.






    Yeah, I saw that. I think we were both editing the post at the same time. 
     
    Did you see my post about the v/f control neg offset on the highest v/f point? Any ideas on that one?
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/09 12:03:40 (permalink)
    thanks for sharing the VDD, just curious as the XMP voltage did not seem to work for the guy in the other thread, but it seems like he's maybe got a bad dimm slot on that board
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/09 12:05:33 (permalink)
    Here's the exact error im getting:
     
    "A corrected hardware error has occurred.
    Component: PCI Express Root Port
    Error Source: Advanced Error Reporting (PCI Express)
    Primary Bus:Device:Function: 0x0:0x1C:0x5
    Secondary Bus:Device:Function: 0x0:0x0:0x0
    Primary Device Name:PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_7ABD&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_11
    Secondary Device Name:"
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/09 16:53:54 (permalink)
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    Adds additional support depending on the motherboard.
     
    BIOS 1.10 (E699 DARK K|NGP|N)
    • Adds memory OC profile for 7400Mhz, 7600Mhz, 7800Mhz, and 8000Mhz
    • Improves memory compatibility for G.SKILL 6600Mhz 16GB module
    • Improves G6900 boot time
    BIOS 1.10 (E698 CLASSIFIED)
    • Improves memory compatibility for G.SKILL 6000Mhz 32GB module
    • Improves G6900 boot time
     

    Windows Installation
    • Download the correct .zip file below for your motherboard:        
             121-AL-E699-KR - EVGA Z690 DARK K|NGP|N - v1.10
             121-AL-E698-KR - EVGA Z690 CLASSIFIED - v1.10
    • First go into your BIOS and load defaults, save and exit
    • Close all open programs.
    • Go into the folder where you unzipped this package and double-click update.bat
    • Press Y to start the flash process
    • DO NOT TURN OFF POWER OR RESET DURING THE FLASH PROCESS
    • After the flashing is finished, the system will automatically shut down. Then power on again and go into BIOS to setup.
    • NOTE: If flash box immediately closes after flash attempt, the flash may need to be ran from a CMD prompt with administrator privileges or DOS version.
      
    BIOS Installation
    • Extract the contents of .zip file to USB flash drive (must be formatted as FAT32)
    • Reboot the machine and go into the system BIOS
    • From the BIOS, navigate to the Save & Exit tab and open "Select BIOS File."
    • Select the .bin file you wish to flash.
     
    Please let me know if anyone runs into problems with this update.  Thanks!
     
    Also, earlier BIOS files for each board can be found on our Download Center.


    Hey, FYI, I had to roll back to 1.09.

    None of my memory profiles (recreated, not loaded from usb) were stable. I also noticed that men vddq behavior has changed, “auto” no longer syncs with mem Vdd and has to be set manually.

    I also had a harder time booting 1T profiles in general.
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/11 11:36:13 (permalink)
    Gadfly
    I think I found a bug in Bios 1.10 
     
    System:
     
    Z690 Dark KP
    12000KS
    G.skill 6600 memory
     
    Steps to reproduce:
     
    1.) Clear CMOS and load defaults
    2.) Set CPU P and E core ratio control to per core limit, leave at all stock values.
    3.) Go into v/f control, set the highest point (5.5ghz on the 12900KS) to any negative value, such as -10.
    4.) Save and exit. 
     
    The board fails to post. It will sometimes rapidly reboot a few times before it boots to a code 04 on the diagnostic LED, others it will immediately fail to post and display a code 04. Hitting the safe boot button will bring you back into the bios. Clear the negative value from the V/F control menu, safe and exit, Board will post normally. 
     
    Notes:
     
    • Placing negative values in any of the other v/f points does not result in the same behavior, only the highest v/f point. 
    • I had the board reboot and display a code 00 during one test. powering off via the power button resulted in immediately posting back to a 00. Pressing the safe boot button, and clear cmos buttons did not result in a normal post, the board still immediately displayed code 00. To resolve I had to completely power down the board (turn off power supply) for 30 seconds, push the power button to ensure all the caps were completely depleted, then power the board up. It then posted normally with the cleared CMOS
    • I confirmed that the boot to code 04 behavior when a negative value exists in the top v/f point also exists in Bios 1.09.

    As it turns out, not a bug, but an Intel limitation based on the Intel VF Curve rule for VF Points 7 through 11.  Since Points 7-11 share the same ratio (which is why only 7 is shown), one cannot be lower than the next, which is why it cannot be set to a negative value.


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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/11 20:10:03 (permalink)
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    Gadfly
    I think I found a bug in Bios 1.10 
     
    System:
     
    Z690 Dark KP
    12000KS
    G.skill 6600 memory
     
    Steps to reproduce:
     
    1.) Clear CMOS and load defaults
    2.) Set CPU P and E core ratio control to per core limit, leave at all stock values.
    3.) Go into v/f control, set the highest point (5.5ghz on the 12900KS) to any negative value, such as -10.
    4.) Save and exit. 
     
    The board fails to post. It will sometimes rapidly reboot a few times before it boots to a code 04 on the diagnostic LED, others it will immediately fail to post and display a code 04. Hitting the safe boot button will bring you back into the bios. Clear the negative value from the V/F control menu, safe and exit, Board will post normally. 
     
    Notes:
     
    • Placing negative values in any of the other v/f points does not result in the same behavior, only the highest v/f point. 
    • I had the board reboot and display a code 00 during one test. powering off via the power button resulted in immediately posting back to a 00. Pressing the safe boot button, and clear cmos buttons did not result in a normal post, the board still immediately displayed code 00. To resolve I had to completely power down the board (turn off power supply) for 30 seconds, push the power button to ensure all the caps were completely depleted, then power the board up. It then posted normally with the cleared CMOS
    • I confirmed that the boot to code 04 behavior when a negative value exists in the top v/f point also exists in Bios 1.09.

    As it turns out, not a bug, but an Intel limitation based on the Intel VF Curve rule for VF Points 7 through 11.  Since Points 7-11 share the same ratio (which is why only 7 is shown), one cannot be lower than the next, which is why it cannot be set to a negative value.



    Haven't tested myself, but the behavior is the same on Asus. You must lower whatever the previous point is (I'm this case, would be point 6 if 7-11 are all the same). This would cascade down the points following the same rule.

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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/12 06:35:33 (permalink)
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    I am also having the whea 17 issue on a brand new (newest batch) z690 dark. It seems a bios update/fix is needed for those that suffer from the issue (as has been shown for previous EVGA motherboards (z590 ftw for example) and other z690 manufacturers).

    Seems to be directly related to PEG - ASPM (and other ASPM settings) being enabled for link power management. Affects the top PCIE slot.

    If you could please pass this onto the bios team and have them either allow user ASPM setting changed in bios or disable PEG - ASPM at a bios level, many who will run into the issue will be grateful.

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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/12 09:17:15 (permalink)
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    @EVGATech_LeeM

    I am also having the whea 17 issue on a brand new (newest batch) z690 dark. It seems a bios update/fix is needed for those that suffer from the issue (as has been shown for previous EVGA motherboards (z590 ftw for example) and other z690 manufacturers).

    Seems to be directly related to PEG - ASPM (and other ASPM settings) being enabled for link power management. Affects the top PCIE slot.

    If you could please pass this onto the bios team and have them either allow user ASPM setting changed in bios or disable PEG - ASPM at a bios level, many who will run into the issue will be grateful.

    Cheers!

    We are currently looking into this.  A beta BIOS we provided to joneffingvo did not resolve his issues, so we are still working on it.
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/12 09:22:00 (permalink)
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    @EVGATech_LeeM

    I am also having the whea 17 issue on a brand new (newest batch) z690 dark. It seems a bios update/fix is needed for those that suffer from the issue (as has been shown for previous EVGA motherboards (z590 ftw for example) and other z690 manufacturers).

    Seems to be directly related to PEG - ASPM (and other ASPM settings) being enabled for link power management. Affects the top PCIE slot.

    If you could please pass this onto the bios team and have them either allow user ASPM setting changed in bios or disable PEG - ASPM at a bios level, many who will run into the issue will be grateful.

    Cheers!

    We are currently looking into this.  A beta BIOS we provided to joneffingvo did not resolve his issues, so we are still working on it.


    Gotcha, thank you!

    Want to add that simply disabling the PCIE Root Port #6 - 7ABD in device manager will eliminate the wheas and does not affect any pcie device I am currently using (GPU (slot 1), 2x nvme (m1 and m2), sound card (slot 3)).

    If you can ask/find out what that root port is connected to, hardware wise, it would be a nice to know (off the PCH possibly?). I haven't been able to determine what hardware port/device would be affect by disabling it.

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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/12 19:30:09 (permalink)
    Can you elaborate on this a bit?

    I can set all the other points to a neg value to lower vid, except the last one.

    So I can set -50 on all but the last point, but if I set the last point to any neg value the board won’t post. On my apex this behavior is not present and you can set the last point to a negative value, further you can set the last V/F point to a negative value in XTU.
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/17 12:52:39 (permalink)
    Good day, new Z690 Dark owner here. 
     
    Just wanted to chime in that when running DDR5-7000 with auto terts, tWRRD_dg gets set to 46 which is quite tight for ambient, especially compared to tWRRD_sg at 74 auto.
    Some users, me included, have already stumbled over this issue and wondered why 7000 oc would get unstable after heating up.
     
    Maybe you might wanna add like 10 ticks to tWRRD_dg for auto. ;)
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/23 07:33:16 (permalink)
    FYI, my system would not POST with 1.10; resetting every few seconds.

    Board: Z690 Classified
    CPU: 12900KS
    RAM: 4x32GB Crucial DDR5 module (XMP Profile 2)
    GPU: EVGA 2080TI

    Also have a 10GTek 2x10GB SFP+ NIC and a Startech 2x800 Firewire Card installed.

    Box is rack mounted where I couldn't really pull these cards out to test with, but I could access the BIOS switch; switched bios switch to middle position and it POST fine on 1.03 that exists there; was able to locate through this forum version 1.09 as I'd stupidly deleted the files. Flipped BIOS switch over while running Windows and was able to flashed back. So far, no observed issues. I could not get it to flashback in BIOS using same/similar method, FWIW.
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/30 21:06:04 (permalink)
    Hi Lee. Similar to Jone, I'm experiencing tons of WHEA 17 errors on my board. I've tried everything but nothing will fix them.
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/05/31 21:53:20 (permalink)
    EVGATech_LeeM
    Adds additional support depending on the motherboard.
     
    BIOS 1.10 (E699 DARK K|NGP|N)

    • Adds memory OC profile for 7400Mhz, 7600Mhz, 7800Mhz, and 8000Mhz
    • Improves memory compatibility for G.SKILL 6600Mhz 16GB module
    • Improves G6900 boot time
    BIOS 1.10 (E698 CLASSIFIED)

    • Improves memory compatibility for G.SKILL 6000Mhz 32GB module
    • Improves G6900 boot time
     

     





     
    I'm interested in this motherboard, I don't know have Bios unlocked Ram module PMIC renesas or not. 
    Thank you.
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/06/07 08:15:20 (permalink)
    EVGATech_LeeM

    We are currently looking into this.  A beta BIOS we provided to joneffingvo did not resolve his issues, so we are still working on it.




    Any update on this?
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/06/07 10:40:08 (permalink)
    I was supplied a new BETA bios and indeed it fixed the WHEA errors
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    Re: BIOS Updates for Z690 DARK K|NGP|N (1.10) / CLASSIFIED (1.10) 2022/06/07 14:20:00 (permalink)
    For those of you with a Z690 having WHEA errors, please use this test BIOS:
    https://cdn.evga.com/bios/Z690/E699_flashtool_20513T00.zip
    https://cdn.evga.com/bios/Z690/E698_flashtool_20621T00.zip
     
    If you don't have WHEA errors, you can still use the BIOS, but there are no other bugs fixed or special features added.
     
    Edit - Added Z690 Classified test BIOS to the list.
    post edited by EVGATech_LeeM - 2022/06/21 14:14:58
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