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ASUS Crosshair V Formula/ThunderBolt ASMedia SATA Driver

Motherboard Asus Crosshair V Formula ThunderBolt User Manual. User manual ( Driver Installs the Asmedia SATA Controller driver. The ASUS ROG. ASUS Crosshair V Formula Z Motherboard Review Next to the USB connections is a thunderbolt connector, for an optional TB function 0,1,5,10 while two of the SATA 6Gb/s are controlled by ASMedia ASM controller. Warning: This is for the Asus Crosshair V Formula and NOT for the Asus Crosshair V ASMedia SATA ROM was updated to v instead of v or v


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ASUS Crosshair V Formula/ThunderBolt ASMedia SATA Driver

As a consequence of this and to simplify things, here are the latest developments: If i can make a successfull integration without any bugs, i will try to do the same with the agesa v1.

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Cool and Quiet feature not working. System memory amount reporting glitch in Radeon settings for AMD video card.

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Please report if the same problems as in the v6. Bios fully updated in preparation for a future complete integration.

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For those who don't know: First, the AGESA driver itself is responsible for the order and how all the different modules are loaded when the bios is started and it seems a good theory to assume that a newer version can possibly make the bios initialize faster, even if there is not much chance that the increase in speed would be perceptible. A true integration of a new AGESA version can not be achieved by updating only ASUS Crosshair V Formula/ThunderBolt ASMedia SATA driver even if it can often work without updating the second part that is managing the CPU microcodes.

Again, it seems ASUS Crosshair V Formula/ThunderBolt ASMedia SATA good theory that a new version can possibly make the initialization of the CPU microcode faster and, maybe, make the way the CPU microcode is managed more stable but, here again, there is not much chance that it will be perceptible by a user. For the same reason as any other modules: Because any increase in speed and stablility are adding up one on top of the others and, in the end, it usually become perceptible.

This would likely result with the loss of your 2 USB 3. To know for sure which one you have, follow ASUS Crosshair V Formula/ThunderBolt ASMedia SATA instructions in this spoiler: If need be, download and use the motherboard user manual to find where the 2 chips are located. This has the additional benefice that it can also be use to flash this back-up of the old firmware back if anything goes wrong later during the flash process.

BIN to see the number on the top. Here is what you can find: In extremely rare case, the model may be different on the chipset compared to what you read in the file with HxD Editor.

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If this is the case, your best bet is to flash according to the model in HxD Editor. Never "force" a flash. ASUS Crosshair V Formula/ThunderBolt ASMedia SATA you really know what you are doing and why you are doing it. But those who pony up the cash to buy one of these things will get a board a cut above the rest with features standard production boards just don't give you. It is the fifth board to use the name "Crosshair Formula" and represents the latest in motherboard design.

What's interesting about this board is that it is actually an update to the existing Crosshair V Formula. The "Z" version has some differences compared to the earlier model. While I have no personal experience with the original version I have done some checking into some of the differences.

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Basically it's the same type of digital control over the memory power phases that we are used to seeing available for the CPU. So you can run one or more phases, adjust the power response frequency, thermal protection, and ASUS Crosshair V Formula/ThunderBolt ASMedia SATA calibration for the RAM just as you do for the CPU.

The Formula-Z also relocates the onboard power and reset buttons from the board's bottom edge to the lower right hand corner where the memory slots are. The south bridge cooling has been slightly altered as well with an updated heat sink design. There are some components which have been rearranged on the PCB.

SATA ports have been shuffled around as well with all of this model's being right angled and in the same place. The number has increased from 7 ports to 8.

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The legacy PCI ASUS Crosshair V Formula/ThunderBolt ASMedia SATA has also been removed from the new model. As with most chipsets these days many of the traditional chipset functions have been integrated into the CPU leaving the chipset less and less important. It does feature a couple minor updates such as support for additional power savings in Zambezi and Vishera based CPUs as well as an updated HyperTransport specification.

Unfortunately this chipset is little more than an incremental update to the older FX chipset and as a little long in the tooth.

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