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Anyone tried new Maximus Viii extreme Bios (1402) ?

yes. works fine.
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i7 5960X i7 6950X Asus Rampage V Extreme 10 2 GTX Titan X Pascal 
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GSkill 3200c14 TZs 8x8GB @ 3400c13 Intel 750 NVMe 400GB 2x Plextor SSD 256 Raid 0 (Win 7) Samsung NVMe 950 Pro M.2 
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CoolingOSOSOS
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post #3162 of 5773
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

yes. works fine.
Hello

Same here. Been using it close to a week now with no issues encountered.
post #3163 of 5773
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That's why it's a winning suggestion... even you can't come up with something more ridiculous. smile.gif

edit... ah, Raja wins. cheers.gif

LOL, yes.

Although I'm sure I could have if the mood suited. Would rather move the discussion along for other people with real problems tongue.gif
post #3164 of 5773
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Originally Posted by Praz View Post

Hello

If nothing else this discussion has brought to light why so many have issues with even basic assembly of the system.

I would prefer not bashing learners.
post #3165 of 5773
Asus Z170-A. Updated from 1302 to 1602. I couldn't notice any changes at all.
post #3166 of 5773
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I would prefer not bashing learners.


It's not bashing or learning when all you've got to add to the discussion is "yeah but, no but" trying to save face. We all enjoy the same thing here, and enjoy helping others but when someone becomes stubborn it's not anyone's job to play nice. The manual is clearly documented, and it's not anyone's fault that certain persons aren't aware of what devices they're purchasing (other than their own)
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It's not bashing or learning when all you've got to add to the discussion is "yeah but, no but" trying to save face. We all enjoy the same thing here, and enjoy helping others but when someone becomes stubborn it's not anyone's job to play nice. The manual is clearly documented, and it's not anyone's fault that certain persons aren't aware of what devices they're purchasing (other than their own)

True. So the problem wasn't having problems putting together a machine. But the inability of admitting... well, what? Admitting that for some of us with more knowledge a short bios description is self-explaining, while it isn't for others? Because the person in question didn't particularly strike me as somebody who is stubborn or lazy in general. Rather he became a bit... angry on telling him that understand this is rather trivial - which it is not to my mind.
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True. So the problem wasn't having problems putting together a machine. But the inability of admitting... well, what? Admitting that for some of us with more knowledge a short bios description is self-explaining, while it isn't for others? Because the person in question didn't particularly strike me as somebody who is stubborn or lazy in general. Rather he became a bit... angry on telling him that understand this is rather trivial - which it is not to my mind.

Don't forget the original consensus between a few was that this was a problem with the motherboard rather than a misunderstanding. So when looking at things clearly the initial reaction was that this was definitely not user error. That never ends well.

Dropping it now though, nobody is out to get anyone here or on a man hunt. Such is the way with a lot of things in life, knowing when to let go is a good trait to have. cheers.gif
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True. So the problem wasn't having problems putting together a machine. But the inability of admitting... well, what? Admitting that for some of us with more knowledge a short bios description is self-explaining, while it isn't for others? Because the person in question didn't particularly strike me as somebody who is stubborn or lazy in general. Rather he became a bit... angry on telling him that understand this is rather trivial - which it is not to my mind.

Hello

I'm not going to drag this topic along because I have neither the time nor inclination to do so. You're post does validate what I previously wrote though. Not knowing the difference between or meaning of SATA, PCIE, NVMe and AHCI as it applies to M.2 devices is no different than being dumbfounded as to the need to choose between PATA and SATA interface drives several years ago. In these instances a system properly working once assembled is do more to luck than having the basic knowledge required to purchase compatible products and properly assemble the system. As @Silent Scone wrote above most are here to either get help or help others. Helping does become difficult when one throws up walls around their erroneous beliefs and instead attempt to cast off that lack of knowledge as the lack of documentation or the fault of the component manufacturer for not providing the basic education that one should possess when assuming the role of a system integrator.
post #3170 of 5773
Bought the Maximus 8 Impact and 970 ITX and i love it
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