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What's up guys I'm trying to figure out if this motherboard will support the BMI Shuttle. BMI support recommends X58 strictly because it's designed to utilize the full USB 3.0 speed (don't know much about the X58 chipset so correct me if I'm wrong). LGA 1156 and 1155 socket processors/motherboards can't always utilize the full speed of USB 3.0 correct?

I remember reading that the P67 variant of my Extreme-Z has a dedicated chip to utilize the full speed of USB 3.0. To use the Shuttle I'll need to use a USB 3.0 port that allows me to utilize the full speed of USB 3.0.

Will the ASUS Maximus IV Extreme-Z be able to deliver this?
Edited by Necrodox - 8/15/11 at 1:20pm
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There isn't a video compression around that would stress USB3 including REDCODE R3D

Your concerned you might not get 5 Gbit/s but 3.2 Gbit/s bro!!!

You seriously think analog capture at NTSC resolutions would stress that bus! Heck the HDMI capture at 1080p wouldn't even come close.
Edited by HiroPro - 8/15/11 at 1:55pm
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Lol good to know because I hear a lot of stories about people buying the Shuttle and then not being able to use it due to the USB 3.0 interface on some motherboards.

So we're set that the Maximus IV Extreme-Z can handle what the Shuttle is throwing? Sorry haha I just don't want to be bones with the Shuttle. tongue.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Necrodox;14593547 
Lol good to know because I hear a lot of stories about people buying the Shuttle and then not being able to use it due to the USB 3.0 interface on some motherboards.

So we're set that the Maximus IV Extreme-Z can handle what the Shuttle is throwing? Sorry haha I just don't want to be bones with the Shuttle. tongue.gif


USB 3 is backwards compatible with USB 2. If their USB ports etc aren't working properly, I'll repeat yet again, they haven't installed the chipset drivers properly. I believe this is systemic with a lot of novice PC builders. For all the hardware devices to work properly on any system they require the chipset drivers inf files to define device IDs and for ACPI IRQ vectoring and a lot of stuff. The ACPI interupt routing etc won't assign things properly.

Intel 6 Series Chipset Drivers for Win7 x64 ver 9.2.0.1030
Edited by HiroPro - 8/16/11 at 12:46pm
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Originally Posted by HiroPro;14604558 
USB 3 is backwards compatible with USB 2. If their USB ports etc aren't working properly, I'll repeat yet again, they haven't installed the chipset drivers properly. I believe this is systemic with a lot of novice PC builders. For all the hardware devices to work properly on any system they require the chipset drivers inf files to define device IDs and for ACPI IRQ vectoring and a lot of stuff. The ACPI interupt routing etc won't assign things properly.

Intel 6 Series Chipset Drivers for Win7 x64 ver 9.2.0.1030

Alright, I'm new to a lot of this stuff if I'm reading this right as long as I have the most recent chipset drivers installed CORRECTLY on my motherboard I shouldn't have any problems?
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It "Shouldn't"...

Also the usual process of installing a USB device such as that is to install the drivers FIRST. Then connect it via USB. Just like the standard procedure for a printer. Never just plug it in first as windows will then go hunting for boxed drivers or a driver push from windows update depending on your Windows update settings. This in turn can install screwy drivers that are difficult to remove because cache is holding them and the inf files etc. Then the device doesn't work right even if you install the right drivers properly because various entries in the reg that pertain to it are now screwed. Create a restore point before you ever install a hardware device so you have all the registry hives backed up.

And never use the drivers that come on the CD/DVD because they are old and out of date.
Intensity Shuttle

PS if that software ever tries to update the firmware in that Intensity Shuttle make sure you disable all AV and Personal Firewall before it proceeds to flash it.
Edited by HiroPro - 8/16/11 at 5:42pm
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Originally Posted by Necrodox;14593547 
Lol good to know because I hear a lot of stories about people buying the Shuttle and then not being able to use it due to the USB 3.0 interface on some motherboards.

So we're set that the Maximus IV Extreme-Z can handle what the Shuttle is throwing? Sorry haha I just don't want to be bones with the Shuttle. tongue.gif

Could be driver issues as USB3 is so new. Just make sure you use the latest drivers from the hardware vendor. I'd also not use the ones from the chip vender just yet as some aspects of the driver might be specific to the motherboard it's used on if it's not USB right from the southbridge
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Necrodox;14593547 
Lol good to know because I hear a lot of stories about people buying the Shuttle and then not being able to use it due to the USB 3.0 interface on some motherboards.

So we're set that the Maximus IV Extreme-Z can handle what the Shuttle is throwing? Sorry haha I just don't want to be bones with the Shuttle. tongue.gif

Could be driver issues as USB3 is so new. Just make sure you use the latest drivers from the hardware vendor. I'd also not use the ones from the chip vender just yet as some aspects of the driver might be specific to the motherboard it's used on if it's not USB right from the southbridge. Great choice as a quality capture device as well I might add!!!

You can use those for realtime capture from certain DSLRs./Camcorders with hack firmware and have access to the video stream before it undergoes AVC compression etc. In some instances this is as close as you can get to a Red.
Edited by HiroPro - 8/16/11 at 5:49pm
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post #9 of 11
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Originally Posted by HiroPro;14607882 
It "Shouldn't"...

Also the usual process of installing a USB device such as that is to install the drivers FIRST. Then connect it via USB. Just like the standard procedure for a printer. Never just plug it in first as windows will then go hunting for boxed drivers or a driver push from windows update depending on your Windows update settings. This in turn can install screwy drivers that are difficult to remove because cache is holding them and the inf files etc. Then the device doesn't work right even if you install the right drivers properly because various entries in the reg that pertain to it are now screwed. Create a restore point before you ever install a hardware device so you have all the registry hives backed up.

And never use the drivers that come on the CD/DVD because they are old and out of date.
Intensity Shuttle

PS if that software ever tries to update the firmware in that Intensity Shuttle make sure you disable all AV and Personal Firewall before it proceeds to flash it.

Never knew about the Anti-Virus and Firewall thing, I'm guessing these two could block certain aspects of the update?

I appreciate all the information by the way, very helpful!
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it likes X58 over LGA1156 because on lGA1156 the PCh was slower, LGA1155 is just as fast as X58.
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