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ntpphong

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what are the differences between those motherboards? do 1.04 revisions performs better than 1.02 and so on?
 

Titan386

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The newer BIOS revisions fix some bugs and give support for newer processors. Generally, you only need to update if you have a problem with existing hardware. After BIOS 1011 however, Asus changed the way they report temps, so boards with those BIOSes generally have temps 5 - 10 lower than pre-1011 boards.
 
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ntpphong

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i didnt meant the bios revision since i can update bios, i meant the board revisions
 

Fever

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I'm not sure about the differences beween 1.02 and 1.04 (I have 1.02) but I think rev 2.0 has support for 333FSB chips. I don't see why the hell 1.02 and 1.04 woudn't though. :mad:
 

Fever

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Actually the 1015 BIOS which was released today adds 333 FSB. :) (I know you could chose it before, but now it's official...)
 

OC Detective

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Actually if you look at the notes for the 1013 download on the asus site it says support for 166MHz FSB CPU as well! Strange though how the 1015 BIOS also states support 333MHz FSB CPU as well as XP2600+ (I am guessing they mean the 333MHz version! as support was already given for the XP2600+ in 1012)