If you're using onboard audio, then you need "Realtek high definition audio driver ver:R2.51" This driver can also be obtained from Realtek's website (and they may even have a newer version).
The 'INF driver ver:184.108.40.2065" is the chipset driver which we were talking about before. This driver can be obtained from Intel's website, and they may even have a newer version.
I don't know what
"Intel Management Engine ver:220.127.116.117" is, so don't download it.
If you are using the onboard ethernet port, then you need "Realtek LAN driver ver:7.044". Realtek might have a newer version on their website.
I don't know what "AppCharger ver:1.0.4" is.
It's very likely you won't need "Marvell SATA3.0 Floppy Image (AHCI) ver:18.104.22.1687" because we recommend avoiding the Marvell SATA ports and disabling them in the UEFI (or, "the BIOS").
If you are planning a RAID set up, then you may need "SATA RAID Driver (For system to read from floppy diskette during Windows installation)"
It's very likely you won't need "Marvell SATA3 driver (AHCI) ver:22.214.171.1247" because we recommend avoiding the Marvell SATA ports and disabling them in the UEFI (or, "the BIOS").
You will want "Intel Rapid Storage Technology driver ver:10.6.0.1002", but you don't need
it. It's a superior AHCI driver to what comes with Windows. Note: they have a link that says "Click here to download required BIOS" (link
). I don't understand why you have to update the BIOS, but if they say you have to, then you have to! Y'know? So, if you want this, then flash to the latest BIOS first. Note:
This is the latest version of Intel's Rapid Storage Technology driver!
If you don't use any of the USB 3.0 ports, then you won't need "Etron USB 3.0 driver ver:0.96_WHQL"
Ok, so about the Utilities:
You won't need or want anything except for maybe "THX TruStudio PRO audio ver:RC1" (which is for onboard audio).
Finally, you don't need "ASRock MAGIX Multimedia Suite".