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There's Asmedia SATA driver 1.3.9.000 and Intel HD driver 9.17.10.2963 and Realtek driver 6.0.1.6828 and Atheros driver 10.0.0.222. Also heap of Intel INF (chipset) updates but I don't think they're for us - I haven't used them.
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What sort of BIOS post times are you seeing with that set up?

I have CSM disabled too for dual boot W7 / W8 however I notice the legacy Intel video OROM is still loaded and is not used only when ultra fast boot is enabled (Asrock board). Maybe the reason for it is for W7 as that will not get to the DT with ultra fast, also ultra fast disables the keyboard so not very helpful for own my setup.

POST, I don't know it's too fast and doesn't show anything. Maybe 1-2 second, all I know is I need to spam the key to be able to get into BIOS. It could be made little faster still if we disabled all keyboard/mouse access making it similar (not sure if it's the same though) to the Asrock Ultra-fast.
Edited by error-id10t - 2/7/13 at 3:49pm
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I don't know it's too fast and doesn't show anything.

That's good. thumb.gif Not so sure disabling the keyboard is a great idea though, so don't feel so bad about that. I'm out of here.
Edited by ucode - 2/8/13 at 3:27am
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There's Asmedia SATA driver 1.3.9.000 and Intel HD driver 9.17.10.2963 and Realtek driver 6.0.1.6828 and Atheros driver 10.0.0.222. Also heap of Intel INF (chipset) updates but I don't think they're for us - I haven't used them.
POST, I don't know it's too fast and doesn't show anything. Maybe 1-2 second, all I know is I need to spam the key to be able to get into BIOS. It could be made little faster still if we disabled all keyboard/mouse access making it similar (not sure if it's the same though) to the Asrock Ultra-fast.

aren't all Realtek drivers the same? I mean, on their website they only have 1 download for the driver, so isn't any update an update for us?

Edit: Nevermind I just checked and the version is still R2.70
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I think the R2.70 is the package but the driver itself is being updated .. is your driver that version?

BTW: throw in ME 8.1.30.1349 update.

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There's Asmedia SATA driver 1.3.9.000 and Intel HD driver 9.17.10.2963 and Realtek driver 6.0.1.6828 and Atheros driver 10.0.0.222. Also heap of Intel INF (chipset) updates but I don't think they're for us - I haven't used them.
POST, I don't know it's too fast and doesn't show anything. Maybe 1-2 second, all I know is I need to spam the key to be able to get into BIOS. It could be made little faster still if we disabled all keyboard/mouse access making it similar (not sure if it's the same though) to the Asrock Ultra-fast.

can you post links to the updated asmedia sata / atheros and intel INF chipset drivers? I can't find them anywhere
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http://www.station-drivers.com/

Look into the specific tabs, asmedia etc.
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http://www.station-drivers.com/

Look into the specific tabs, asmedia etc.

I prefer to get them from the original sources.. do you know where that would be? and is the OP still active/updating the thread at all? the station-drivers.com downloads all have junk spam and crap in them, why not direct links to the source???

thanks anyway man
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What do you mean junk and spam?

Basically what happens is that many people troll through various BIOS updates to see what the manufacturers update. When they identify a new driver, firmware they provide it. You can do this yourself of course using the tools around and checking the manufacturer sites.

Here's another site you can look at that is updated for SW.

http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/30530-latest-overclocking-programs-system-info-benchmarking-stability-tools.html

If you don't want to give these a try (totally up to you obviously) then my suggestion is to remain with what ASUS provides to you or retain what you find here even if some are more than likely sourced from the above 2 links anyway.. I don't know if the OP is around but I do remember the fight about providing drivers and people questioning this exact thing you're asking. To those, like I said, I suggest you grab them from ASUS only.
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Originally Posted by error-id10t View Post

What do you mean junk and spam?

Basically what happens is that many people troll through various BIOS updates to see what the manufacturers update. When they identify a new driver, firmware they provide it. You can do this yourself of course using the tools around and checking the manufacturer sites.

Here's another site you can look at that is updated for SW.

http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/30530-latest-overclocking-programs-system-info-benchmarking-stability-tools.html

If you don't want to give these a try (totally up to you obviously) then my suggestion is to remain with what ASUS provides to you or retain what you find here even if some are more than likely sourced from the above 2 links anyway.. I don't know if the OP is around but I do remember the fight about providing drivers and people questioning this exact thing you're asking. To those, like I said, I suggest you grab them from ASUS only.

I don't know what you're rambling on for but nothing you said has any meaning to me, you don't even know the definition of the word troll, what the (deleted) are you talking about?
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