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post #581 of 1288
sorry here it is

ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/asus/mb/LGA1155/P8Z77-V_DELUXE/P8Z77-V-DELUXE-ASUS-1504.zip
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It would be kinda funny/lame for Deluxe users, if 1502 has the 11.5 Intel ROM and 1504 doesn't...

Anyway just installed 1504 on my P8Z77-V, and so far I see no obvious differences compared to 1406. At least no new problems.
post #583 of 1288
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Originally Posted by ti20n View Post

It would be kinda funny/lame for Deluxe users, if 1502 has the 11.5 Intel ROM and 1504 doesn't...
Anyway just installed 1504 on my P8Z77-V, and so far I see no obvious differences compared to 1406. At least no new problems.

Just checked, and unfortunately bios 1504 for P8Z77-V Deluxe does use Intel RAID ROM v11.0.0.1339.
post #584 of 1288
So just minor tweaks and Windows 8 compatibility updates then mad.gif
Give us the new ROM !
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post #585 of 1288
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Originally Posted by Aparition View Post

So just minor tweaks and Windows 8 compatibility updates then mad.gif
Give us the new ROM !

dun mind answering me, what does the new rom actually do or will do to our mb?
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post #586 of 1288
I'm wondering, regarding the "CPU bus speed : DRAM speed ratio mode" in bios ( p8z77-v deluxe), for setting the ram fequency to 1600mhz, is one of the options generally considered preferable? There's 100:100, 100:133, and good old auto. Currently running auto, but I noticed both 100:100 and 100:133 allowed the option of 1600mhz. Would one option or the other be more stable? Both the same?

I'm running a 3770k and 16 gigs of ram (4 sticks).
post #587 of 1288
AUTO is the most stable setting in my opinion smile.gif
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HELP

ok so i have had my p8z77 premium for about two months now. i have been having problems ever since. my computer will have random drops in performance while on the desktop the mouse would move across the screen slowly, when the computer sits idle for a bit it becomes unresponsive and i have to manually restart it and the display driver crashes all the time. when the computer is under load it runs flawlessly. so far i have replace the memory power supply and motherboard still have the same problems. on the new motherboard the rear and front panel audio don't work just outputs static. i called asus about that problem but since i have already had one replacement board i would have to pay for the repairs. mt solution to this is using a usb sound card. But for the other issues i am at a loss for what the problem can be and how to fix it. i made a registry adjustment to extend the amount of time for the graphics driver has to respond and i have it set to never turn off display and to use a screen saver. this seems to have fixed the graphics problem but i still have random performance issues.

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win 7 ultimate x64
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Edited by londonfire93 - 8/10/12 at 12:13pm
post #589 of 1288
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Originally Posted by NomadSoul View Post

There's 100:100, 100:133, and good old auto.

Non-Auto is only relevant when you mess with BCLK, which few people do anymore.
post #590 of 1288
Good to know. Thanks guys.
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