Ok - I found it! It was on the ASUS website and just above in the P8Z77-V PRO section of downloads. ASUS Fan Xpert 2 does work on the Windows 7 version of Sabertooth Z77 board I can confirm.
Finally I quieted that silly mini fan to less than a whirl from a high pitch 'zzzzzzzz' LOL.
I tried to tell you that a few posts ago, even posted the link you didn't belive me
Hi my friends
So basically i just got my z77 yesterday and i am trying until now just to set my memories to 2133mhz.
If i set them to 1600mhz the pc wont even boot =(
I tried to update to the latest bios and then the Multiplier option was gone it only apears BCLK ''100''. =S
i set the timing to 11-11-11-30-2 @ 2133mhz 1.65 and same.
I cant overclock i cant set it to 2133mhz cause it only boots at 1333mhz@9-9-9-24-1.
And that option that automatically overclocks the CPU (Asus Optimal) doesnt work either it wont boot.
Am i missing some option or something?
Pls some one =(
Gskill RipJaws X F3-17000CL11 4gbx2
Asus sabertooth z77
Another thing i disabled the speed step but the cpu still drops to 1600mhz.
here is the shot with the missing ratio option
Sorry bout the triple post gang. Anyway, I went to the link about your memory and not sure I'm reading it right but it says it's XMP ready. have you tried seting the OC to XMP instead of manual? Maybe the board will set itself to teh right ratio. Or maybe you have to set the mem ratio manually to either 100:133 or 100:100..., oh also try that little "mem ok" button" it's supposed to fix issues like what you are having. To be honest I just manually set it to the right mem setting and let the board to it's own OC. It's my first Intel set up in 10yrs and it alot faster than any AMD set up I've had
4228.98 multi: x41 Bus: 103.0 Edited by Blatsz32 - 5/13/12 at 10:14pm
So is this board worth it? To me, this seems like the best board for an i5 3570K and one graphics card
Well this board is definitively the best quality built board IMO.
All the boards have their difference in terms of features and capabilities. So really it's up to you and your specific needs you want out of your board.
Read all the ASUS boards features and ask yourself what will you utilize and or would like to or could use.
**On a side note**
I'm trying to track down the ASUS Auto Tune Utility to let ASUS software over clock my CPU.
Saw this very informative video by Newegg TV and I'd feel a whole lot better being sort of n00bish over clocking Ivy to let a utility that will take all different varying factors into consideration as it monitors the over clocking procedure.
Again I'm not seeing this on the ASUS website under our Sabertooth Z77 utility down loads.