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Shame to see the OP leave, this was a forum/topic I checked daily...
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http://www.ocfreaks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1249


hey guys can u add the preview to the main post?
any and all comments are welcomed smile.gif
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Hi,

anyone know how to benchmark wifi performance?
i have the z77 v pro, I'm not sure if I will still need my old wifi card,

the link for the old wifi card .
http://www.asus.com/Networks/Wireless_Adapters/PCEN15/#specifications

or possible to turn on both wifi go and pcie card at the same time?
sorry if this sounds silly cos im pretty noob when it comes to networking know-how.

thks all
post #564 of 1288
Yes you can run both onboard and external / discrete card.

I was running my Asus N-53 dongle and the onboard.
Dongle running at 300 Mbps
Internal running at 150 Mbps

The biggest difference though was the signal. Dongle got 1 extra bar over internal.
As far as latency in games and basic network talking I didn't notice any difference.
Router was 1 room away on first floor with system on second floor.

It works just fine, I just use mine as a backup.
I have not messed with the remote software, but I think you need to use the onboard for that. Not sure if you could get them both talking at the same time on the same network, I dunno how Win7 would manage it.
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Originally Posted by Aparition View Post

Yes you can run both onboard and external / discrete card.
I was running my Asus N-53 dongle and the onboard.
Dongle running at 300 Mbps
Internal running at 150 Mbps
The biggest difference though was the signal. Dongle got 1 extra bar over internal.
As far as latency in games and basic network talking I didn't notice any difference.
Router was 1 room away on first floor with system on second floor.
It works just fine, I just use mine as a backup.
I have not messed with the remote software, but I think you need to use the onboard for that. Not sure if you could get them both talking at the same time on the same network, I dunno how Win7 would manage it.

thanks for the tips smile.gif

remote software is pretty fun, it cloned my window onto my phone and u can manipulate from there.
going to try if i can use the remote software with my old wifi card~
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Hey guys,
New Asus P8Z77-V LK mobo is taking 10-12 seconds to fire up my Video card(EVGA GTX 670 FTW) and wake up my monitor (HP 2311x). Then I get the Asus splash screen and am able to enter bios normally. I haven't touched any bios settings other than I turned on the auto overclock. I have even F5'd to reset everything.
For reference, my previous Mobo, Asus P8H61-M-PRO, would fireup the vid card adn wake the monitor within a second or two of pressing the power button.

I installed the latest bios from Asus "P8Z77-V LK BIOS 0404" (along with chipset, sata, audio, etc) which under the description says "Speeds up bios post"

Is this normal for this bios/mobo or am I missing a setting in the bios?



EDIT: After doing some searching, it seems like 10-15 second post time is normal for these boards. I was just spoiled with my other Asus board(it has less features) .
Edited by JohnnyChuttz - 8/8/12 at 1:15pm
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P8Z77-V DELUXE running excellent with bios 1015 and non beta asus drivers directly from asus, every bios after 1015 seems possessed.
Windows 8 has RTM if you know where to look you can get it I will post no links sorry.I see asus release some beta drivers for windows 8 they all suck ,frankly i think windows 8 sucks back to Windows 7 for me...
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Originally Posted by EaglePC View Post

P8Z77-V DELUXE running excellent with bios 1015 and non beta asus drivers directly from asus, every bios after 1015 seems possessed.

Maybe the new Beta Bios 1502 will solve your problem.

http://www.asus.de/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1155/P8Z77V_DELUXE/#download
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Maybe the new Beta Bios 1502 will solve your problem.
http://www.asus.de/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1155/P8Z77V_DELUXE/#download

1502 beta kinda worries me ,I heard it has intel raid rom 11.5 that might be good.thanks
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FYI: BIOS's version 1504 released today smile.gif
Edited by garikfox - 8/9/12 at 2:04pm
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