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[ASRInfo]
CDLBL=Fatal1ty X370-00.01
Model="X370 Zen Gaming"
CDSetupVer=v3.0.18.1
ProductSeries=Motherboard

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I was recently looking for some amd zen info and found this buried away in the asrock ftp site. Looks like it details a fatality board based on am4 x370. Seems google had crawled the page and indexed it. Did a search under "asmedia x370"

I was digging through it and found the drivers it's using, the usb, and interestingly enough it is using an intel lan driver.
Edited by Maelthras - 10/4/16 at 1:33am
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I was recently looking for some amd zen info and found this buried away in the asrock ftp site. Looks like it details a fatality board based on am4 x370. Seems google had crawled the page and indexed it. Did a search under "asmedia x370"

I was digging through it and found the drivers it's using, the usb, and interestingly enough it is using an intel lan driver.


Nice catch
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Intel make the best LAN chips so even my Crosshair V uses an Intel NIC.

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Does amd even make lan nics ?
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Intel make the best LAN chips so even my Crosshair V uses an Intel NIC.

Forgot Qualcomm Killer series? I don't think they are much worse compared to Intel NIC's.

 

Also, using Intel NIC's on AMD Motherboards isn't something worrisome, in fact if it increases network performance and reliability, it is all good for AMD themselves.

    
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Intel make the best LAN chips so even my Crosshair V uses an Intel NIC.

Forgot Qualcomm Killer series? I don't think they are much worse compared to Intel NIC's.

 

Also, using Intel NIC's on AMD Motherboards isn't something worrisome, in fact if it increases network performance and reliability, it is all good for AMD themselves.

That's why I wrote that even my high end AMD board uses Intel NIC, due to them being the standard. CPU's are now more than fast enough to offset any inefficiency of NIC but Intel are still the standard of reliability, which is why they are used for high end boards and servers.

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Intel make the best LAN chips so even my Crosshair V uses an Intel NIC.

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Does amd even make lan nics ?
No, AMD does not make any NICs.
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Originally Posted by imran27 View Post

Forgot Qualcomm Killer series? I don't think they are much worse compared to Intel NIC's.

Also, using Intel NIC's on AMD Motherboards isn't something worrisome, in fact if it increases network performance and reliability, it is all good for AMD themselves.
This is true, with one small note from an AMD support guy. There was one case when Intel NIC driver was responsible for unexpected reboots. Nothing massive imo.
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That's why I wrote that even my high end AMD board uses Intel NIC, due to them being the standard. CPU's are now more than fast enough to offset any inefficiency of NIC but Intel are still the standard of reliability, which is why they are used for high end boards and servers.

In my current signature is still now quite old Killer Xeno PRO which was later purchased by Quallcomm and sold as Quallcomm Killer series, and now its a brand for itself again.

Intel made good NIC cards, I purchased 4 cards by them some time ago and I had really good results with them.

The Killer Xeno Card I use now does not fancy some features which are common for Intel NIC (such as LAN boot), and with current CPUs the offloading features arent really that important as were in the past. Yet the reason why i decided to keep Killer Xeno over Intel NIC was that I can customize priorities and set download caps on certain applications. Few times i turned this into a security feature when I blocked malware.
Edited by Offler - 10/5/16 at 12:32am
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No, AMD does not make ani NICs

The AM79C973 would like to have a word with you.

Note: AMD used to make Ethernet controllers, but it has been since the 1990s that they were in that game. I'm just posting this to be funny.
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In my current signature is still now quite old Killer Xeno PRO which was later purchased by Quallcomm and sold as Quallcomm Killer series, and now its a brand for itself again.

Intel made good NIC cards, I purchased 4 cards by them some time ago and I had really good results with them.

The Killer Xeno Card I use now does not fancy some features which are common for Intel NIC (such as LAN boot), and with current CPUs the offloading features arent really that important as were in the past. Yet the reason why i decided to keep Killer Xeno over Intel NIC was that I can customize priorities and set download caps on certain applications. Few times i turned this into a security feature when I blocked malware.

I wish all NIC software were like the Killer ones. Their hardware isn't the best but software is fantastic.

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I wonder if X370 is the new 970 platform. Could this mean X390 = 990FX??????
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