Asus Z68 Series Information Thread (drivers, BIOSes, overclocking, reviews) **UPDATED 4/22** - Page 128 - Overclock.net

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post #1271 of 1418 Old 05-06-2013, 03:09 AM
 
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I dont know if they are the latest but they are certainly recent

http://www.overclock.net/t/1244232/asus-asrock-bioss-with-updated-raid-orom
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Only the RAID firmware is mentioned there. I know that there's other firmware too (LAN, USB 3.0, Marvell SATA, etc).
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Got a used miv4e, is there anything special I need to once I boot it up the first time?


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update to the latest BIOS is what I usually do.

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Hi guys! I need your expert advise here:

I'm planning to update MEI Firmware and BIOS to latest available, which one do is best to do first? MEI or BIOS?

Kind Regards and thanks in advance!

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18.3 for NIC drivers are out.

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18.3 for NIC drivers are out.

Yup, you are too late in the news though smile.gif

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Hi
I have a P8Z68-V Pro GEN3 with 3603 BIOS and a GTX 680 flashed with a UEFI compatible vBIOS. I run Windows 8 and would like to have Ultra Fast Boot but don't see the option in my mobo settings, Am I missing something or is it not supported on this motherboard?
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Hi,
was needing some advice on which bios I should use when upgrading from my current P8Z68 V pro with an i5 2500k to an i7 3770k?and should I flash the bios before I install the new processor?
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Hi,
was needing some advice on which bios I should use when upgrading from my current P8Z68 V pro with an i5 2500k to an i7 3770k?and should I flash the bios before I install the new processor?
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Flashing the BIOS is at least version 3203 is required for Ivy Bridge CPU support. You should always use the latest BIOS (3603 at the moment) anyway.
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