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Guys what is ITBM Drivers - saw it in support page under Driver Package - 2016/06/29


Edited by DJ_OXyGeNe_8 - 7/6/16 at 5:03am
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sorry but as you have to rename the file to the bios asus x99 gaming strix
to usebios flashback?
post #12673 of 16006
sorry but as you have to rename the file to the bios asus x99 gaming strix
to use bios flashback?
post #12674 of 16006
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Originally Posted by DJ_OXyGeNe_8 View Post

Guys what is ITBM Drivers - saw it in support page under Driver Package - 2016/06/29 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

It's the Turbo MAX 3 driver. You'll get an unknown device if you don't install it on the new CPUs.

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Originally Posted by digix View Post

sorry but as you have to rename the file to the bios asus x99 gaming strix
to usebios flashback?

I have no idea what it is for the Strix but yes, Flashback requires a specific name not the original.
post #12675 of 16006
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Originally Posted by digix View Post

sorry but as you have to rename the file to the bios asus x99 gaming strix
to use bios flashback?

Hello

As with many things related to the motherboard the required name can be found in the included user manual.
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Originally Posted by Praz View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by digix View Post

sorry but as you have to rename the file to the bios asus x99 gaming strix
to use bios flashback?

Hello

As with many things related to the motherboard the required name can be found in the included user manual.


There is usually a bios file on the support DVD that came with the board with the correct name too eg xxxxx.CAP
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realy need help......
if the ram get warm, through gaming or memtest, the right slots cant "see" the ram anymore (c1 d1 slot). Thy system is running normaly and after a little idle time the ram reading comes back.
If i restart after losing the slots, i boot with only A1 and B1 slots. is it the motherboard that is a bit damaged? a soldered point that loses connection, when it get warm?

Replaced the CPU already and checked the pins. everything looks ok

A new Motherboard (Asus rampage v extreme) solved the problems i had.
Now i can use the Ram at the XMP 3000 Speed and it wont loose the ram randomly. RMA the old board in the next days.

CPU is still crap. 1,29V for 4375Mhz...
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post #12678 of 16006
Any Deluxe II owner that have got the wisdom to configure the thunderbolt extension card on the board, that it's willing to share the info, like where or what slot got configure and the bios settings to go along with, Thanks for anyone's info.
post #12679 of 16006
Hi Raja, have you ever compared the readings from AISuite to let's say CPU-Z or even Aida64 / HWInfo?

I installed AISuite and I am a bit concerned about the voltage readings, they are all over the place:

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Originally Posted by Streetdragon View Post

CPU is still crap. 1,29V for 4375Mhz...

That's not crap, it's OK. Try dropping to 4250MHz with a multi of 34 (assuming 125 BCLK) and see how far you can lower Vcore. My chip stops scaling past 4.4GHz 1.26V and requires 1.32V for 4.5GHz, it's just the limit of most Haswell-E chips. As long as temperature is safe though, you shouldn't worry too much about Vcore below 1.35V.
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