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Hi,

I am soon going to be installing Windows 8 Pro 64 bit on my new PC (i7-4770k, Asus Maximus VI Hero, Corsair AX860, Gigabyte 780 Ti OC, Corsair H100i, 2x8GB G.Skill TridentX 1600 MHz, Corsair 750D, Samsung 840 Pro 256, WD Blue 1TB and Sony DVD-RW burner), but I am a little unsure about which drivers to install – I’ll get the graphics card drivers from nvidia, but I am not sure about the the chipset and LAN drivers.

Looking on Asus’ website for my motherboard (http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/MAXIMUS_VI_HERO/#support), I see the following items for chipset:

Intel(R) Management Engine Interface V9.5.14.1724 for Windows 7/8/8.1 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL)
Intel(R) Chipset Software Installation Utility V9.4.0.1026 for Windows 7/8/8.1 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL)
Intel Chipset Driver V9.4.0.1017 for Windows 7 32/64bit & Windows 8 32/64bit.(WHQL)
Intel(R) Management Engine Interface V9.0.0.1287 for Windows 7/8 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL)

And for LAN these two:

Intel LAN Driver V18.5.54.0 for Windows 7/8/8.1 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL)
Intel(R) Gigabit Ethernet Driver V18.1.59.0 for Windows 7/8 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL)

Which should I install? I prefer skipping out anything that is optional or not very important, just to get the most important things smile.gif

Also, I have read that the Intel Rapid Storage Technology, Rapid Start Technology, Smart Connect Technology and ASMedia Sata controller driver are not really necessary. Is that correct?

I hope you can help me, thanks smile.gif
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Hi,

I am soon going to be installing Windows 8 Pro 64 bit on my new PC (i7-4770k, Asus Maximus VI Hero, Corsair AX860, Gigabyte 780 Ti OC, Corsair H100i, 2x8GB G.Skill TridentX 1600 MHz, Corsair 750D, Samsung 840 Pro 256, WD Blue 1TB and Sony DVD-RW burner), but I am a little unsure about which drivers to install – I’ll get the graphics card drivers from nvidia, but I am not sure about the the chipset and LAN drivers.

Looking on Asus’ website for my motherboard (http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/MAXIMUS_VI_HERO/#support), I see the following items for chipset:

Intel(R) Management Engine Interface V9.5.14.1724 for Windows 7/8/8.1 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL)
Intel(R) Chipset Software Installation Utility V9.4.0.1026 for Windows 7/8/8.1 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL)
Intel Chipset Driver V9.4.0.1017 for Windows 7 32/64bit & Windows 8 32/64bit.(WHQL)
Intel(R) Management Engine Interface V9.0.0.1287 for Windows 7/8 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL)

 

Install the first one and the 3rd one listed. The 2nd one sounds like it's probably unnecessary. I mean, I don't know what software you'd need. Maybe you can install it to find out what it is and then uninstall it turns out that you don't need it.

 

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And for LAN these two:

Intel LAN Driver V18.5.54.0 for Windows 7/8/8.1 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL)
Intel(R) Gigabit Ethernet Driver V18.1.59.0 for Windows 7/8 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL)

 

Install the one for the ethernet port that you're using. Disable the one that you're not using in the BIOS.

 

This is the general rule of thumb for everything.

 

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Also, I have read that the Intel Rapid Storage Technology, Rapid Start Technology, Smart Connect Technology and ASMedia Sata controller driver are not really necessary. Is that correct?

I hope you can help me, thanks smile.gif

 

Intel's Rapid Storage Technology driver may not be necessary, but it can and usually will improve your overall drive performance and it will even give you a faster Windows startup time.

 

I don't know anything about the others. You need to do some research to see if you need them or if you'll want them. As for the ASMedia SATA Controller driver, only install this driver if you are using the ASMedia SATA ports. However, don't use them if you can help it. They're only good for when you've used up all of the Intel SATA ports.

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Install the first one and the 3rd one listed. The 2nd one sounds like it's probably unnecessary. I mean, I don't know what software you'd need. Maybe you can install it to find out what it is and then uninstall it turns out that you don't need it.

Thanks smile.gif I also considered to use the Intel download utility thing at http://downloadcenter.intel.com, where it supposedly finds the relevant drivers automatically - is this something you would recommend over installing the drivers found on Asus' webiste?

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Install the one for the ethernet port that you're using. Disable the one that you're not using in the BIOS.

This is the general rule of thumb for everything.

There is only one ethernet port on my motherboard - I don't really know which driver is the correct one, the two I listed may just be the same just different versions?

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Intel's Rapid Storage Technology driver may not be necessary, but it can and usually will improve your overall drive performance and it will even give you a faster Windows startup time.

I don't know anything about the others. You need to do some research to see if you need them or if you'll want them. As for the ASMedia SATA Controller driver, only install this driver if you are using the ASMedia SATA ports. However, don't use them if you can help it. They're only good for when you've used up all of the Intel SATA ports.

Okay - think I may go with that RST then biggrin.gif I'm not going to be using those ASMedia ports smile.gif
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Thanks smile.gif I also considered to use the Intel download utility thing at http://downloadcenter.intel.com, where it supposedly finds the relevant drivers automatically - is this something you would recommend over installing the drivers found on Asus' webiste?

 

I'm not sure. I've always done it by cherry-picking the drivers off of the manufacturer's website so that I can know that I'm not getting anything that I don't need.

 

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There is only one ethernet port on my motherboard - I don't really know which driver is the correct one, the two I listed may just be the same just different versions?

 

Wait a minute. This is what I'm seeing:

 

ZippLANdriver.png 

 

I'm not finding "Intel(R) Gigabit Ethernet Driver V18.1.59.0 for Windows 7/8 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL)".

 

I guess they update these pages after all?

 

Anyway, it looks like you were right. It looks like these are identical, except the one on top is compatible with Windows 7 in addition to Windows 8. It's also smaller by 16.77 MB. lol

 

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Okay - think I may go with that RST then biggrin.gif I'm not going to be using those ASMedia ports smile.gif

 

Ok, cool. Don't install the ASMedia driver and also disable the ASMedia SATA controller in the BIOS. For that matter, disable everything that you're not using. Free up system resources for overclocking.

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I'm not sure. I've always done it by cherry-picking the drivers off of the manufacturer's website so that I can know that I'm not getting anything that I don't need.

I don't think it just installs alot of stuff - it just finds the newest versions of the drivers that it suggests to install - but I think I may as well just use the one listed on Asus' website, even though they may be a bit older smile.gif
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Wait a minute. This is what I'm seeing:

I'm not finding "Intel(R) Gigabit Ethernet Driver V18.1.59.0 for Windows 7/8 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL)".

I guess they update these pages after all?

Anyway, it looks like you were right. It looks like these are identical, except the one on top is compatible with Windows 7 in addition to Windows 8. It's also smaller by 16.77 MB. lol

I think you're looking at the Windows 8.1 drivers, where as I looked for Windows 8.

The smaller version you found in Win 8.1 is also showing up when looking at Win 8 (Intel LAN Driver V18.5.54.0 for Windows 7/8/8.1 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL)) maybe that is the correct one to download.

The one called Intel(R) Gigabit Ethernet Driver V18.1.59.0 for Windows 7/8 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL) is 100 MB larger though.. that's strange tongue.gif

It also doesn't make sense to me to have a version only for 8.1 if they have another one compatible with 7/8 and 8.1 biggrin.gif
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I don't think it just installs alot of stuff - it just finds the newest versions of the drivers that it suggests to install - but I think I may as well just use the one listed on Asus' website, even though they may be a bit older smile.gif
I think you're looking at the Windows 8.1 drivers, where as I looked for Windows 8.

The smaller version you found in Win 8.1 is also showing up when looking at Win 8 (Intel LAN Driver V18.5.54.0 for Windows 7/8/8.1 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL)) maybe that is the correct one to download.

The one called Intel(R) Gigabit Ethernet Driver V18.1.59.0 for Windows 7/8 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL) is 100 MB larger though.. that's strange tongue.gif

It also doesn't make sense to me to have a version only for 8.1 if they have another one compatible with 7/8 and 8.1 biggrin.gif

 

Comparing the version numbers, it just looks to me like they changed the name of the driver.

 

Anyway, you're right that I was looking at the Windows 8.1 drivers. lol :)

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Comparing the version numbers, it just looks to me like they changed the name of the driver.

Anyway, you're right that I was looking at the Windows 8.1 drivers. lol smile.gif

Yeah probably smile.gif

You said I should install the "Intel Management Interface" as well as the "Intel Chipset Drivers", but what is the management interface thing actually? As far as I could find out it seems to be related to some remote access stuff, which I don't believe I need, but maybe there is something else to it?
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Yeah probably smile.gif

You said I should install the "Intel Management Interface" as well as the "Intel Chipset Drivers", but what is the management interface thing actually? As far as I could find out it seems to be related to some remote access stuff, which I don't believe I need, but maybe there is something else to it?

 

I thought there was. I'm not sure. I remember that it's needed for something. Maybe it was just to make Device Manager look perfect because that's all that's coming to my mind right now. lol I still think that there was something else, like maybe something related to CPU-Z, but I don't know. I guess I recommend experimenting.

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I thought there was. I'm not sure. I remember that it's needed for something. Maybe it was just to make Device Manager look perfect because that's all that's coming to my mind right now. lol I still think that there was something else, like maybe something related to CPU-Z, but I don't know. I guess I recommend experimenting.

Maybe I should just start out with the "Intel Chipset Driver" alone, and see how that goes smile.gif

I found this page about the "Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility" - http://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/inf/sb/CS-030865.htm - it doesn't seem to be so important, it's a bit strange that it is about the same file size as the actual chipset driver though - perhaps it contains both the driver and the extra stuff..?

I'm probably overdoing this, but I am still waiting for a few components for my build, so I can't really get started with the installation biggrin.gif
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Maybe I should just start out with the "Intel Chipset Driver" alone, and see how that goes smile.gif

I found this page about the "Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility" - http://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/inf/sb/CS-030865.htm - it doesn't seem to be so important, it's a bit strange that it is about the same file size as the actual chipset driver though - perhaps it contains both the driver and the extra stuff..?

I'm probably overdoing this, but I am still waiting for a few components for my build, so I can't really get started with the installation biggrin.gif

 

I'm still trying to remember what it was for, but I'm somewhat sure that one thing that NOT having it affected was the way CPU-Z displays its information in some of the tabs. So, the first thing I recommend doing is just opening CPU-Z and going through each tab to see if everything is displaying correctly.

 

Also, you will notice the yellow triangles in Device Manager for unknown devices or something like that. The Management Engine Interface driver 'fixes' this.

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