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You can fetch the audio driver from support.asus.com. You want the Realtek driver. Can also be sourced from Reaktek's website.
I hear you. But consider my suggestion just the same if for no other reason that it will allow comfortable use of system in most instances. The idea of creating a custom fan curve from within the OS makes sense for sure. The H100i I use for the CPU comes with a feature called CorsairLink. This allows creating a custom curve as a function of the coolant temperature. The HD7970s likewise can use MSI Afterburner to control those fans. It would seem that an application...
Could never get it to work...
I can't tell exactly what you're trying to accomplish, but if one idea is to keep the fans at a moderate or low speed but have them ramp up with workload, BIOS actually does a decent job of controlling the fan headers. My fans are all different RPM limits but they all scale proportionately. Something to consider. What the BIOS has is a lower limit setting in terms of percentage and that's what I use.
Did you read my recommendation? My previous post to this one.
Yes. Look (ie. Google) for an app called DDU. This is a must have app for your toolkit. One of the features it offers when you run it from standard desktop is to give you an option to boot the computer into safe mode.
None whatsoever. And I've installed the OS many times due to a ****ty Seasonic PSU.IMHO, the whole ragging on 8.1 thing is overblown. 8.1 is the fastest M$ OS I've used, although I do admit to being very interested in the new OS X.
Nope. The board works magnificently. I also run PMT for a 965BE. Use an SSD. Wicked fast.
And by that you mean if system is clocked at 4.8, it stays there all the time, right? You're not using CnQ function. APM does seem to work, but I've not had good success with C1E or C6 throttling, so consequently through the school of hard knocks, I have those off. Too bad though as in Balanced mode, it would be nice to have them working when the computer is on and idling. But if that means having a system freeze or crash due to malformed software, it's not worth it to...
I had received some advice to disable hardware acceleration in the browser. There could be some interaction still with video drivers. It's a complex system and I don't have the time to fully debug where it's failing. I suspect it's more than just Flash Player, but as it is something that gets used often, so easier to spot.Strangely very few people here talk about this problem and possibly they disable power saving features.What I can tell you is my system is no longer...
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