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Waltc
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Joined: 01-03-2021
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  • Waltc
    replied to GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS
    Sounds good...;)...
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  • Waltc
    replied to GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS
    This is a nice fan-control program--continuing development and updates much more reliable than SIV of late. IIRC, ~$24 for three-year update license, and will continue to function past that date if you do not decide to renew. Works great in my x570 Aorus Master.

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  • Waltc
    replied to GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS
    Enjoyed the chat...;) Thanks much for the info--I wasn't aware of TPM being in the CPU--but I do remember TPM 1.2! I kind of like the idea of a driver because, as you mentioned, it can be patched, and it can also be improved with a minimum of fuss. I'm just glad it finally made it to the standard...
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  • Waltc
    replied to GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS
    I don't think fTPM is less secure at all, as it came on the scene long after the original TPM did. It's just integrated into the hardware in the motherboard now instead of being an optional hardware peripheral you could add. My current motherboard, purchased 2.5 years ago, an x570 Master, supports...
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  • Waltc
    replied to GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS
    Yes, I agree, and thought calling stasio a "liar" was both ridiculous and hilarious...;) I've never known stasio to be anything but truthful and straight to the point. Some folks should read posts a bit more carefully--he never said a 1.2.0.5 AGESA-based bios was available. While you can...
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  • Waltc
    replied to GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS
    Well, with any new product supporting brand-new memory configurations (DDR5) & and a brand-new CPU family with a new architecture & a new Intel chipset...You can expect teething problems as Intel and the board suppliers work out the bios bugs & kinks. Expect 9-mos to one year of continuing...
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