Nameless GentlemanSo what was the reason for removing the BIOS updates?
tech73xThat is a good question, I have been running on the new bios and was wondering the same thing?
aa777888Any word on when the next update will be released?
jasonkresgeaa777888Any word on when the next update will be released?EVGA released the updates for X299 yesterday. I'd expect ours to roll out "soon."
EVGATech_LeeM "Soon" is now here. The latest microcode updates are now available.
AttoyEVGATech_LeeM "Soon" is now here. The latest microcode updates are now available.Following error trying to download E277 and E272. No problems for E279. 404 - File or directory not found.The resource you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
EVGATech_LeeM Thanks. Fixed.
AttoyEVGATech_LeeM Thanks. Fixed.Thank you!
EVGATech_LeeM YW. Please note my edit above. Make sure you grab version 1.08 for the E279.
AttoyEVGATech_LeeM YW. Please note my edit above. Make sure you grab version 1.08 for the E279.Thanks LeeM, I tried to download all of them just to test links as when I tried to download mine, the E277 one, I got the 404 error.
jasonkresgeRE: EVGA Z270 Stinger Dark Mode still doesn't disable the M.2 Key-M Activity LED (Page 10/11 in the manual). With a clear side case (NZXT H200i), this is still extremely annoying. Any chance EVGA will consider a fix? I've previously reported this through support channels with no response to date. I'd honestly rip the LED off the board if I weren't concerned with EVGA's potential warranty response. This problem has been there for 1.04 and 1.05 as well. My board shipped with 1.04, so I don't know if prior bios' were impacted.
quadlattejust updated the bios and it killed my nvme speeds, like 100k off the iops read and writes and about 500MB/s off the reads. not good at all.
quadlatteFunny enough I have both of those drives installed, the 960 is the boot drive. Ran both the Samsung and CDM5 tests right after the update, iops on both read and writes we're down 100k and reads we're down, write mb's we're about the same, 1750MB on the 960 and 540MB on the 600p. There was a Windows update that installed after the bios update, the OS side of the bug patch, but to take a hit like that is huge. Boot time did slow a little also.