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post #1361 of 2766
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Originally Posted by SortOfGrim View Post

Also this driver,ASUS_AMDA00_ACPI, came out a couple of days ago

What is that driver for?
post #1362 of 2766
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Originally Posted by Its L0G4N View Post

I'm on 1203

how does it compare to 1102?
post #1363 of 2766
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Originally Posted by uaedroid View Post

What is that driver for?

Apparently it's the Asus Z87-Pro AMDA00 Interface driver. According to rog forum it's an interface driver required for some parts of AI Suite.
post #1364 of 2766
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Originally Posted by theilya View Post

how does it compare to 1102?

Never used it. I used the stock bios that comes preloaded on the motherboard and then updated to 1203. But I feel that the stock bios was more stable. Because on stock I could get 4.5GHz at 1.2v and once I updated I had to put it to 1.272-1.28v
post #1365 of 2766
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Originally Posted by Its L0G4N View Post

Never used it. I used the stock bios that comes preloaded on the motherboard and then updated to 1203. But I feel that the stock bios was more stable. Because on stock I could get 4.5GHz at 1.2v and once I updated I had to put it to 1.272-1.28v

Back to stock bios then!
post #1366 of 2766
Anyone with a full running system know about my freezing problems? The freeze happens right after Windows load to the log in screen, hard mouse/cursor/sound freeze for 5 seconds, and then it returns to normal operation.

Thanks
post #1367 of 2766
Anyone else having clock problems with the 1301 bios? Installed and reset and set up overclock again, raid etc. Booted into windows and my clocks where steady at 4500 and would not step down. Rebooted and reset to defaults a couple of time and rebooted. Just set raid so I could get into windows and they stepped down at stock. Reclocked and booted back in and they step down again to 800. That was last night this mourning I booted up and the clocks where stuck at 4500 again. Rebooted and they stepped down. Have never had this problem to date with this board and have installed all bios revisions looking for my USB 3 FIX! Which appears will never come.

Regards
post #1368 of 2766
I've had that max clock thing too. It had to do with a program I installed (Samsung Magician) which kept it high, once I removed the program it was down to 800MHz again.
post #1369 of 2766
Is this not an SSD software program, how would that effect your CPU clocks?

Regards
post #1370 of 2766
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Originally Posted by Shayne2 View Post

Is this not an SSD software program, how would that effect your CPU clocks?

Regards

Go to power management and make sure minimum processor state is 10% if you want downclocking. Samsung Magician makes it 100%.
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