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Thanks a lot !

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Is there a version of the Asus Z77 P8Z77-V Pro latest BIOS with these updated ROMs anywhere?

This guy is adding the RAID ROMs. If you ask him nicely he might update the other ones too.
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You are welcome.
This guy is adding the RAID ROMs. If you ask him nicely he might update the other ones too.

Thank you, I'll ask nicely!
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anyone install the new 1708 bios for p8z77-v? Any word on stability or any issues?
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I got a nice bump in OC headroom needing less voltage for my OC going to 1616 on the P8Z77-V PRO and am wondering if anyone has any experience with the new 1708 before I have a go?
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Just upgraded from 1206 to 1708 and I agree about the reduced voltage requirements.

Done a little priming, then surfing.

Initial response is favourable.
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wave2.gifFinally bought my very 1st ASUS mobo (P8Z77-I Deluxe biggrin.gif )
Hope ASUS do not let me down thinking.gif
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While I'm really enjoying my Asrock Z77 OC board I can't help to want the Maximus V Formula so bad. It's so sexyyyyyyy, wubsmiley.gif I think Amazon is about to send me one, biggrin.gif

What size are the barbs over the VRM heatsink?

Edit: 3/8 inner diameter mad.gif, do they sell converters so that you can fit 7/16in over 3/8?
Edited by wholeeo - 11/25/12 at 11:48pm
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P8Z77-M works great with the latest bios v1708 here...flashed it a few days ago, works fine with my little Celeron G530 (obviously OC is not involved, lol). Great mobo overall, not bad price either...
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Just built a new system with a P8Z77-V Pro, if I try to install the Newest Intel RST drivers 11.6.XX, I get an error saying "iastorui has stopped working", the driver was working perfectly fine till I enabled the Asmedia sata controller and hooked up two storage drives to it. If I disable the asmedia controller I can use 11.6xx again, right now the newest version that will install and work properly is 11.2.0.1006. Anyone seen anything like this or have any thoughts on getting the 11.6 version to install while having the asmedia controller enabled?


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I generally only install drivers from Asus own website because they're tested and guarantee compatibilities. I used to use updated drivers from Intel, Asmedia, etc and I usually get problems like freezes, unable to wake up from sleep, etc. Ever since I used drivers provided by Asus (even if a bit outdated), I haven't had any of these problems.
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