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Will I need this

BUPDATER 1.22
DOS Based Bios update tool

It says it helps to flash the bios I think?
That's only needed if you want to flash the BIOS through DOS. Most of us flash through UEFI which is a lot safer and easier IMO. Try to not flash via OS since it can lead to a corrupt flash and brick your board.
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Hi all. First off, I want to say a "Thanks!" to the OP for taking the time to compile & update the list of downloads. What a huge timesaver !

Anyways, my question is..... what is the explanation as to why some of these updates are found on "www.station-drivers.com" , and ONLY there ?

(I actually can't even find some of these updated drivers on Intel's own website. )

It looks like a huge 3rd-party driver collections website. But why wouldn't Intel have them ? Are these legit, actual drivers created and approved by Intel ? Or ar they maybe modified or somehow tweaked versions ?

(Sorry if this sounds noob-ish, but I don't want to put anything on my system that isn't 100% stable, official, and approved by the maker(s) of my hardware. This platform sounds like it has enough issues already to deal with without adding more to the mix.)

Thanks !
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Station-drivers (and other various websites) get them direct from the manufacturer or from a developer from the company. The reason why Intel and other sites don't publish the latest drivers is because they might still be in alpha or beta stage, waiting for WHQL certification or further testing. The same goes with BIOS updates. Other times, admins are just lazy adding them to their ftp (ex: Asus).
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Anyone know any noob proof guides for the deluxe version and a 2600k

thanks
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Anyone know any noob proof guides for the deluxe version and a 2600k

thanks
http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=...21&postcount=2
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Nice, ill be checking for bios updates here regularly.

Using ASUS Sabertooth P67 R3
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I have tinkered with my system for the past few weeks and found that exteme LLC is unstable, no matter what the clock speed is. On medium, I can prime all day. Anyone else have this problem?
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llC on extreme will cause voltage spikes. I leave it on ultra high and maintain a 1.472 on load whilst having 1.48 under bios.

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pretty useful , got what i need
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pretty useful , got what i need
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