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    ASUS ROUTERS CFE DUMPS COLLECTION
    ================================

    I'm creating this thread just because it would be interesting testing old vs recent CFE versions on devices
    in order to see the real differences, it's well know that some CFE versions don't allow some settings.
    Ex: New CFE's don't allow setting RT-AC68U at 800MHZ DDR3 speed and older versions allow it,
    wireless channels region unlocking, etc.

    NOTE: Different CFE and HW Revision version can have impact on OC capability.

    Check your CFE version at:

    http://192.168.1.1/Tools_Sysinfo.asp

    Or via Telnet/SSH:

    PHP Code:
    nvram get bl_version 
    http://forums.smallnetbuilder.com/sh...ad.php?t=17793


    MIPS
    =====

    RT-N66U B1 (MIPS) - (Known HW Revisions: 3.00, 3.20)

    1.0.1.1 (US)
    1.0.1.2 (EU)
    1.0.1.3 (EU)
    1.0.1.4 (EU) => *Overclock capability*
    1.0.1.9 (EU) => *Overclock capability*
    1.0.1.9 (US) => *Overclock capability*


    RT-N66R (MIPS)

    1.0.1.3 (US)


    RT-N66W (MIPS)

    1.0.1.4 (US)


    RT-AC66U (MIPS) - (Known HW Revisions: 1.30, 1.50, 1.60)

    1.0.1.0 (US) => *Dumped from HW Rev. 1.30*
    1.0.1.4 (EU)
    1.0.1.4 (US)
    1.0.1.7 (US) => *Attention!!
    It's the 3rd user reporting a bricked router using this CFE version on HW Rev. 1.30 *NOT COMPATIBLE*,
    it works on HW Rev. 1.50, not confirmed if works on HW Rev. 1.60, try it at your own risk*

    1.0.1.7 (US_TW) => *regulation_domain=TW*
    1.0.1.8 (US) => *This version should not work
    on HW Rev. 1.30 just like 1.0.1.7 (US), nflash_swecc=1 it's also present on it*


    RT-AC66R (MIPS)

    1.0.1.4 (US)


    ARM
    =====

    RT-N18U (ARM) - (Known HW Revisions: 2.20)

    2.0.0.7 (EU)
    2.0.0.7 (US)


    RT-AC56U (ARM) - (Known HW Revisions: 1.60, 2.00, 2.20, 2.30)

    1.0.1.9 (US) => DDR3 *unlocked* to 800MHZ
    1.0.2.3 (EU)
    1.0.2.8 (US) => DDR3 *unlocked* to 800MHZ


    RT-AC56R (ARM)

    1.0.2.3 (US) => DDR3 *locked* to 666MHZ


    RT-AC56S (ARM)

    1.0.2.7 (SG)


    RT-AC68U (ARM) - (Known HW Revisions: 1.21, 1.60, 1.61, 1.68, 1.70, 1.80)

    1.0.1.1 (US)
    1.0.1.6 (US) => DDR3 *unlocked* to 800MHZ
    1.0.1.6 (EU) => DDR3 *locked* to 666MHZ
    1.0.1.7 (EU) => DDR3 *unlocked* to 800MHZ
    1.0.1.8 (EU) => DDR3 *unlocked* to 800MHZ
    1.0.2.0 (US) => DDR3 *unlocked* to 800MHZ


    RT-AC68U V2 (ARM)

    -

    RT-AC87U (ARM) - (Known HW Revisions: 1.30, 1.50)

    1.0.3.2 (EU)
    1.0.3.2 (US)


    TM-1900AC (ARM)

    2.1.2.1 (Q2)


    RT-AC3200 (ARM)

    -

    CFE COUNT: 31 Files


    MIRROR SITES:
    ===========

    http://198.23.248.102/CFE/ (Outdated)
    http://pc.cd/swu (Outdated)

    If anyone has a different CFE version/region from the ones posted here
    please dump it and upload it, same about HW revision, please share it.

    You can follow CFE dumping procedures on this threads:

    http://forums.smallnetbuilder.com/showthread.php?t=8259
    http://forums.smallnetbuilder.com/sh...&postcount=519




    RT-AC68U/R (ARM) - DDR/CFE UPDATE TOOL:

    DDR/CFE update tool

    This tool originally/unmodified will only change your DDR speed from 533 to 666mhz
    and upgrade your CFE to 1.0.1.6 version, if the original is older.

    It should be used with EXTREME CAUTION specially if you want to FLASH and modify/
    customize CFE, the bad use of this tool with modifications can result in a BRICKED router.



    NVSIMPLE (ARM):

    nvsimple (ARM)


    MTD-WRITE (ARM):

    MTD-WRITE (ARM) V1 => *Original version (V1) from ASUS*
    MTD-WRITE (ARM) V2 => *New version (V2), it fix CFE
    updates on some specific situations that couldn't complete
    the process and no update was done on previous version*


    AIO FILE:

    AIO File


    CFE UPDATE COMMAND:
    ==================

    MIPS:
    PHP Code:
    mtd-write -i new_cfe.bin -d pmon 
    mtd-write (MIPS) file it's part of the FW already.

    http://forums.smallnetbuilder.com/showthread.php?t=8259

    ARM:
    PHP Code:
    mtd-write new_cfe.bin boot 
    (V1)
    and
    (V2)
    PHP Code:
    mtd-write -i new_cfe.bin -d boot 
    mtd-write (ARM) needs to be copied to the USB drive or downloaded (wget on /tmp or USB) so you can use it.

    WARNING: DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISK!

    BE AWARE, IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG WITH CFE UPDATE YOU WILL BRICK YOUR ROUTER AND THE ONLY WAY
    TO RECOVER IT IS VIA JTAG, IF DEVICE IS ALREADY SUPPORTED OR UNSOLDERING AND PROGRAMMING THE CHIP.

    CFE / BOOTLOADER IS A CRITICAL PART OF THE SYSTEM THAT SHOULD NOT BE TOUCHED, ONLY FOR THOSE
    WHO REALLY KNOW WHAT THEY ARE DOING AND AWARE OF THE CONSEQUENCES THAT CAN RESULT FROM IT.


    Thank you.


    UPD: RT-AC68U @1600MHZ

    Code:
    admin@proxy:/tmp/home/root# nvram get clkfreq
    1600,800
    
    This is CPU and memory benchmark for OpenWRT v0.6. 
    
    Overhead for getting time: 1us
    Time to run memory bench: 1.19[secs]
    Time to run computation of pi (2400 digits, 10 times): 3.29[secs]
    Time to run computation of e (9009 digits): 2.83[secs]
    Time to run float bench: 0.03[secs]
    Total time: 7.3s
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    Last edited by hggomes; 05-10-2014 at 15:00. Reason: fixed

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