ASUS CROSSHAIR V FORMULA ASMEDIA USB 3.0 DRIVERS FOR WINDOWS 7


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Asus Crosshair V Formula ASMedia USB 3.0 Driver

ROG Crosshair V Formula-Z menghadirkan chipset FX, dukungan Windows Port USB. ASMedia® USB controller: 6 x USB Gen 1 port(s) (4 at back. ASMedia® USB controller: 6 x USB Gen 1 port(s) (4 at back panel, blue, 2 at mid-board) AMD SB controller: 12 x USB port(s) (8 at back panel. Warning: This is for the Asus Crosshair V Formula and NOT for the Asus ALSO RECOMMENDED: Update your ASMedia ASM USB


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Asus Crosshair V Formula ASMedia USB 3.0 Driver

July 10,7: Anyhow let's get down to it.

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You have Windows 10 for reasons dx 12 games, can't linux, insert device or software that can only be used on Windows, etc. Whatever the case is, you need Windows 10 to run as well as possible with your Crosshair V Formula rig.

I found this modded bios at this link Crosshair V Formula NOT Z Here are the details, this modded bios updates quite a few of the board components firmware. I use this BIOS and it is working perfectly so it is tested.

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Please report to confirm that it is indeed working, i didn't test it myself because i don't need it. For example: I know some persons prefer v3.

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You may save 1 second of boot time there For example the Z model has a few different components includeing the USB 3. I run the non Z version so all I know is I've tested on mine and had good results.

ASUS CROSSHAIR V FORMULA ASMEDIA USB 3.0 DRIVER WINDOWS 7

Alright so put that on a usb, go into the UEFI and use the updater to use that file, it's a good idea to have the backup file of a good bios straight from Asus just in case something goes wrong. Because of the old overclock problem i mentioned earlier.

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It is still not clear up to date if it was caused by the fact that the integration was not complete in that case, the AmiAgesaDxe probably don't matter OR by the AmiAgesaDxe that was changed or not changed Not clear yet which match is better if it is the problem. The AmiAgesaDxe doesn't include a version number in it but both version are made differently.

I suspect that one version will still have the overclock problem and the other will Asus Crosshair V Formula ASMedia USB 3.0. In the event that both are working perfectly without any bug, then i will change it to match the version 1. One thing to look closely with the v6b is if the amount of memory is still reported correctly because this module is supposed to be the one reporting it or at least it is related to this.

I know that, on other motherboard, some people have changed it without any problem and for some other motherboard, the amount of memory was not reported correctly in rare case, not at all after the change bug.

But maybe it was because their integration was not a true one, hard to tell But again, i suspect that it will report the memory correctly because it is not the first time i make that change in the bios. But i guess it is not completely impossible that the true integration make the memory bug appears for the first time with v6b but i doubt it.

Here are the results i expect: Scenario 1: That should mean that the main interaction of AmiAgesaDxe within the bios is with the rest of the bios but is still related to the agesa and should not be changed. It must match the bios. Scenario 2: That should mean that the main interaction of AmiAgesaDxe within the bios is with the agesa but is still related to the rest of the bios and should be changed.

It must match the agesa version. Scenario 3: Both v6a and v6b are working perfectly. That should mean that the main interaction of AmiAgesaDxe within the bios is with the rest of the bios but is still related to the agesa but this module is working rather independently and could be changed if possible if no new bugs are created.

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