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Is there a way to fix the Intel SATA utility crashing after installing and plugging in drives into the Asmedia ports?
Also which Asmedia driver is better, 1.3.4 or 1.3.8?


I would love to know this too!!!!!! Intel RST crashes when you have any drives hooked up to the Amedia Controller mad.gif
Edited by Magoo35 - 12/8/12 at 4:02pm
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I would love to know this too!!!!!! Intel RST crashes when you have any drives hooked up to the Amedia Controller mad.gif

I have found that it doesnt crash if you uninstall the ASMedia driver, just uninstall it from device manager and tick the box to delete the driver. After a reboot it will use the built in windows driver to detect esata drives. Much faster too imo.
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photo unboxing and some photos of my P8Z77-I DELUXE smile.gif


photo unboxing

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it's so small!

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some virtuosity biggrin.gif

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^great pictures - but WOW that's TINY!!!
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Hey guys can someone tell me what I am missing outlined in RED it's for a ASUS P8Z77-I DELUXE Z77
Thanks

Probably the Onboard Wifi driver. I don't think Win had a generic driver for it.
If you disable it in BIOS or install the Asus driver for it and disable the service in Device Manager (easier to re-enable if you want to use it later).
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a small stupid question

I have a p8z77-i deluxe.. and antec h2o 920 with 2 noctua nf-12 pwm ..

I tried to connect the fans on the connectors of antec h2o, and manage them with the program that came with the antec .. everything works ..

then I tried asus fan xpert, is really nice and is much better than the antec program..

now,

if i want to use fan xpert, can I use a pwm splitter cable and connect two noctua on the cpu fan connector ?

or is better if i use one fan on cpu fan connector, and the other one on the chassis fan connector?

thnxxx



PWM fan splitter
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a small stupid question
I have a p8z77-i deluxe.. and antec h2o 920 with 2 noctua nf-12 pwm ..
I tried to connect the fans on the connectors of antec h2o, and manage them with the program that came with the antec .. everything works ..
then I tried asus fan xpert, is really nice and is much better than the antec program..
now,
if i want to use fan xpert, can I use a pwm splitter cable and connect two noctua on the cpu fan connector ?
or is better if i use one fan on cpu fan connector, and the other one on the chassis fan connector?
thnxxx
PWM fan splitter

2 is fine as long as they will not pull more current than the header can supply (only applicable if you are using very fast fans). Two NF-12 is no problem at all on one header, I'm doing it with my Noctua NH-D14 fans (both are on one CPU header).
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post #878 of 1288
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photo unboxing and some photos of my P8Z77-I DELUXE smile.gif

Very nice looking, congrats!
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^great pictures - but WOW that's TINY!!!
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Very nice looking, congrats!
thnx guys smile.gif
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2 is fine as long as they will not pull more current than the header can supply (only applicable if you are using very fast fans). Two NF-12 is no problem at all on one header, I'm doing it with my Noctua NH-D14 fans (both are on one CPU header).
sorry, in the manual is written .. I was sure that there wasn't ..

cpu fan connector support maximum 1A fan power

big RTFM for me biggrin.gif

anyway thnx smile.gif
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Hello every one I am new here and this is my first build. I just got my P8Z77-V PRO and wanted to know which memory module should i buy. I don't want 4gb module. I want 16 gb 8 gb in each bank so that in future I can upgrade to 32 gb if needed. I prefer the module in blue or black since board is blue. Please give me link if possible.
Thanks.
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