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post #21 of 4022 (permalink) Old 06-26-2012, 01:59 AM
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Hey guys, what are your windows start up times with the maximus V
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Finally, a club for my M5G. I ll post a pic when i get home wink.gif

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Hey guys, what are your windows start up times with the maximus V
series?

My start up time with my crappy laptop hard drive is 40 seconds. Not completely sure if that's fast or not.

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Anybody else experiencing this issue I've read on the ROG forums... could it be a possible dealbreaker for some?
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Oh yeah, I have the Maximus V Gene, and on more than one Z77 boards ASUS has crippled the configuration options for the Asmedia controllers. In the BIOS/UEFI you can now only set the Asmedia controller to enable/disable, and to OptionROM on/off. That is it. You can't configure IDE, ACHI mode at all. So to be clear: you can configure the Intel-controlled SATA3 ports still, but you can't configure the Asmedia-controlled ports anymore (but you could with previous boards like the Z68's).

You are right to say it will mess with your boot order. I have this related problem: I install my OS to a SSD on the Intel-controlled port, and have a data SSD on the Asmedia-controlled port. What I get is this: I can't complete my OS install on the Intel-controlled SSD unless I unplug or disable the Asmedia controlled SSD. Upon reboot during the OS install, otherwise it won't boot into the Intel-controlled SSD. The reason that happens is because now, the way ASUS crippled this, the Asmedia controllers will default to IDE only and IDE takes precedence over ACHI on the BIOS level.

So basically ASUS has now taken the control away from us, and is forcing us to either manually unplug drives, or disable entire controllers in the BIOS each time we install an OS. Or, as in your case, you can forget about your chosen boot order
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Only posted this in the Owners Thread because it seems to affect the Maximus V Gene users for now. Might be an issue for Futurer Maximus V Formula/Extreme owners. redface.gif

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Anybody else experiencing this issue I've read on the ROG forums... could it be a possible dealbreaker for some?
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Oh yeah, I have the Maximus V Gene, and on more than one Z77 boards ASUS has crippled the configuration options for the Asmedia controllers. In the BIOS/UEFI you can now only set the Asmedia controller to enable/disable, and to OptionROM on/off. That is it. You can't configure IDE, ACHI mode at all. So to be clear: you can configure the Intel-controlled SATA3 ports still, but you can't configure the Asmedia-controlled ports anymore (but you could with previous boards like the Z68's).
You are right to say it will mess with your boot order. I have this related problem: I install my OS to a SSD on the Intel-controlled port, and have a data SSD on the Asmedia-controlled port. What I get is this: I can't complete my OS install on the Intel-controlled SSD unless I unplug or disable the Asmedia controlled SSD. Upon reboot during the OS install, otherwise it won't boot into the Intel-controlled SSD. The reason that happens is because now, the way ASUS crippled this, the Asmedia controllers will default to IDE only and IDE takes precedence over ACHI on the BIOS level.
So basically ASUS has now taken the control away from us, and is forcing us to either manually unplug drives, or disable entire controllers in the BIOS each time we install an OS. Or, as in your case, you can forget about your chosen boot order
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Only posted this in the Owners Thread because it seems to affect the Maximus V Gene users for now. Might be an issue for Futurer Maximus V Formula/Extreme owners. redface.gif

Never knew about this. Maybe Asus will come out will a BIOS update to fix it if we get on them enough. A non-issue for me though since I have a single SSD in the Intel port.
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likewise. ssds running in IDE mode on the asmedia controllers would be running less than ideal though. but yeah... i guess the less important drives will be plugged in there (and the more important in the intel ones).

just putting the issue out there so that people that might have that setup in mind are aware of it. hopefully ASUS will be as well. thumb.gif

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Isn't Asmedia just for a storage?

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I have a MVF. CPU-Z

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^ Nice! Why'd you remove the Fusion Thermo heatsink?
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Isn't Asmedia just for a storage?

I believe so.

Pardon this (probably stupid) question: if the ASMedia SATA ports are storage-only, can I plug in an Optical drive in its port, provided that all of my other Intel SATA ports are populated? Just curious. LOL.

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I'll add you when I get home one the comp. same question, why remove the heatsink? If you're not using it I want it please. I'd make a deal to swap with the one on my MVG biggrin.gif.
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