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post #1931 of 2087
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I'm looking to upgrade my ram to Kingston Beast Memory, however i wanted to get a single 8GB (8GB x 1) module due to limitations due to other hardware.

Does anybody know if 8GB modules are supported?

You'd best look in the HCL/QVL for the board to be sure about a particular module, however it should be OK as I know max ram is 32GB on this board which implies 8GB modules.
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post #1932 of 2087
Looking at the QVL list, seems like my current memory is supported ( Corsair Dominator 6b DDR3 2000Mhz CMG6GX3M3A2000C8 ). I need to op-test my RIVE board and 3930k that i just got and wondering if i will see any errors? This is just for testing to make sure i have a good board and cpu. I have new memory otw.
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post #1933 of 2087
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Originally Posted by Phinix View Post

Does anybody know if 8GB modules are supported?

Should work fine. Best to use 2 minimum of course to exploit the channel interleaving, etc.

My board has 4x4GB atm, but I've bought a GSkill 4x8GB TridentX DDR3/2400 kit to max it out,
not yet fitted. Had great success with this kit on my 3930K setup (ASUS P9X79 WS Pro), used
two of them to max it out to 64GB, so I have high hopes it'll run nicely on the M4E aswell.

For reference, the 32GB TridentX kit is product code F3-2400C10Q-32GTX, 10/12/12/31
timings at 1.65V.

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post #1934 of 2087
Hey guys, I had a ton of problems in trying to update my motherboard. Turns out I embarrassingly downloaded Rampage IV drivers instead of Maximus IV Drivers. After uninstalling them and going back to my old ones I'm now confused on what I should be updating. These are what I was looking at updating.

Intel® Chipset Device Software (INF Update Utility): 9.​4.​0.​1017

Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST) RAID Driver: 12.5.0.1066

I don't even know where to find the new Intel(R) Management Engine Interface or Intel(R) Gigabit Ethernet Drivers
Edited by Atiesh - 4/22/13 at 1:36am
post #1935 of 2087
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Intel® Chipset Device Software (INF Update Utility): 9.​4.​0.​1017

Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST) RAID Driver: 12.5.0.1066

Hmm, I didn't know RST had moved onto series 12...

Do you really need the MEI?

Intel probably has a download page for GigE driver, some Googling should reveal it's location.

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post #1936 of 2087
Station-drivers,Asus,chose your board.
post #1937 of 2087
Well i now personally tested DCII (3-slot) in crossfire in native 8x/8x when they are sandwiched (overclocked VRM could ramp up to 100c). Then i tested them that other is on the bottom 16x PCI-E slot (8x / 16x NF200), there is like 0,6fps difference in Valley, and i cant really tell difference in Crysis 3 expect VRM temperatures are nearly 20c lower on the top card biggrin.gif There things really need 1 PCI slot between them.
post #1938 of 2087
Hello. What is the difference between the IV Extreme and the IV Extreme-Z?

Also I have an Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z Gen3 would the bios chips be interchangeable between this and the IV Extreme?

Thanks
post #1939 of 2087
IIRC it relates to certain features on the original P67 board which could not be used at the same time. I forget the details
offhand, something related to video I think. If you Google P67 review you should find some articles on toms/anand that
have the details.

Either way, whatever the restrictions are, these were resolved for Z68.

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post #1940 of 2087
Hello I have a small question.
If I am going to SLI or Tri-SLI with this motherboard, will I need to plug in the 6-pin EZ plug?
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