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new irst drivers i doubt there for trim support
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=21407
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new irst drivers i doubt there for trim support
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=21407
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new irst drivers i doubt there for trim support
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=21407
On the Intel site it says they are for Intel boards, but will they work on Asus Z77 boards? I ask because I used an Intel beta initially in my new build last week and it borked my setup.....
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Originally Posted by Camberwell View Post

On the Intel site it says they are for Intel boards, but will they work on Asus Z77 boards? I ask because I used an Intel beta initially in my new build last week and it borked my setup.....

They work on all LGA 1155 boards. The beta was well, beta; probably had a few bugs that needed to be ironed out.
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They work on all LGA 1155 boards. The beta was well, beta; probably had a few bugs that needed to be ironed out.
Downloading now, can.I install over the top or is it better to uninstall the previous version first?
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Don't have a IB myself but you're also using a LLC of 50% which makes it seem about right. If you want to lower your voltage, use a higher LLC but you'll also experience slightly higher temperatures at load.

Actually because Offset now incorporates an Idle voltage stability issue, less LLC is better. The BIOS voltage setting doesn't matter in the long run, only what is measured while testing. Higher LLC is great for very high Overclocks with set voltage. A very high LLC with offset will require you to rais V-core more to raise Idle voltages. Lower LLC will keep idle ( I mean low load) voltages higher keeping the CPU stable.
A lower LLC will also keep the chipset volts lower and the volts pushed through the CPU = lower temperatures.

Example:
Mysetup is 4.6 (46 x100) with an LLC of %25 with an offset of 0.04.
No stability issues, no WHEA errors.

Same setup but with LLC at %50 - %75 I would receive WHEA errors randomly while using websites or running 1 thread programs. Even though Prim95 full load was stable, the idle/low voltages were not.
Some V-droop is good.
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Actually because Offset now incorporates an Idle voltage stability issue, less LLC is better. The BIOS voltage setting doesn't matter in the long run, only what is measured while testing. Higher LLC is great for very high Overclocks with set voltage. A very high LLC with offset will require you to rais V-core more to raise Idle voltages. Lower LLC will keep idle ( I mean low load) voltages higher keeping the CPU stable.
A lower LLC will also keep the chipset volts lower and the volts pushed through the CPU = lower temperatures.
Example:
Mysetup is 4.6 (46 x100) with an LLC of %25 with an offset of 0.04.
No stability issues, no WHEA errors.
Same setup but with LLC at %50 - %75 I would receive WHEA errors randomly while using websites or running 1 thread programs. Even though Prim95 full load was stable, the idle/low voltages were not.
Some V-droop is good.
Thanks for that, I will also try 25% and see how it goes. I'm only after 4.5GHz so hopefully I don't need that high a vcore....
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I'm having a little bit of a driver issue for about a month now since I put together my new build. I've tried searching everywhere for a fix but I have finally come with my tail in between my legs to ask for some help. I have a missing driver that I can not figure out what is for. I am pretty sure its the on board intel graphics driver but I am having trouble installing it.

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When I put my build together when I was trying to install the intel graphics from Asus website I was getting this error from the start. I just used the one updated one from the OP and still get this funky error. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!
 
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I'm having a little bit of a driver issue for about a month now since I put together my new build. I've tried searching everywhere for a fix but I have finally come with my tail in between my legs to ask for some help. I have a missing driver that I can not figure out what is for. I am pretty sure its the on board intel graphics driver but I am having trouble installing it.
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When I put my build together when I was trying to install the intel graphics from Asus website I was getting this error from the start. I just used the one updated one from the OP and still get this funky error. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!

Have you installed Intel Management Engine Interface?
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Jacer200 thats a kool destop is that a program to make up that gui ?
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