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    What Guides do you want to see?

    ASUS X99 owners - what guides do you want to see to better use your hardware? We'll take a look and see what we can do!

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    I would love to see a DDR4 RAM/RAM timings guide.

    Honestly, my DDR3 tweaking was a mix of blind luck, hook or by crook OCing and semi-demi-hemi-educated guesswork...I'd love to have an idea how each timing interacts or what are the principal interactions and why selecting a number for one might mean I should be selecting a corresponding number for another if that is the case...if that makes sense. What timings are the most important for different tasks if some have a larger or smaller effect...

    Please and thank-you
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    1)yeah, memory guide. I know only basic about DDR4 (OC is very well, timings seems not bad too for tweaking)
    2)And some LN2 fan guide
    3)voltage vs CPU temps vs throtling (Realbench, Cinebench)
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    1. Definitely a DDR4 guide.
    2. A M.2 SSD guide with recommended drives and settings.

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    you right, some tests with M2 SSD can be helpfull.
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    A case QVL

    Quote Originally Posted by MarshallR@ASUS View Post
    ASUS X99 owners - what guides do you want to see to better use your hardware? We'll take a look and see what we can do!
    I would like to see a computer case qualified vendors list for the Rampage V Extreme. I noticed that the board is listed as an E-ATX motherboard, meaning that it is larger than the ATX specification. A good list that lists cases that this board fits, provides adequate cooling, and blocks EMI/RFI from coming in or out would be great.

    I care about EMI/RFI because I do not want to disturb ham radio operators, someone's stereo equipment, or maybe the emergency services (police/fire/ambulance) that depend on radio dispatch. Therefore, I do not want to see windows in my cases that are not designed to block EMI/RFI in this list, or have them marked as having bad EMI/RFI protection at least.

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    What I want to see is a guide to watercooling. And in particular quiet watercooling.

    And I would be fine with a guide that said 'wait six months for our watercooled versions to arrive'. A matched launch of atop of the linemotherboard and graphics cards, both designed for watercooling would be ideal.

    Given how much of the design ASUS is responsible for, I am rather surprised that it hasn't come out with a complimentary cooling solution. Or rather completed the solution with a CPU fan. If I am dropping $500 on a motherboard and a further $500 each on two GPUs then why on earth would I want a $50 third party fan that isn't really designed for anything in particular? Doesn't have to be made by ASUS, just badge engineered would be fine. I am willing to pay extra for knowing that this version of the fan, motherboard and graphics cards have been used together in testing.

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    A guide for installing Windows on an M2. With much detail and ALL of the settings changes needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randolla View Post
    A guide for installing Windows on an M2. With much detail and ALL of the settings changes needed.

    There's nothing much to it. If the M.2 drive has no OROM then simply select the UEFI prefix for your installer as the primary BOOT device to make the install.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    There's nothing much to it. If the M.2 drive has no OROM then simply select the UEFI prefix for your installer as the primary BOOT device to make the install.
    Hi Raja what do I need to do in Bios to set up the M.2 Pci-e ssd using the on board slot of the Rampage V Extreme to make it the boot drive using Windows OS. I'm using one of the drives that is on the QVL. I'm just not sure what I need to change. and second is there a Manual or guide for the OC panel that comes with the Rampage V extreme the motherboard manual has only a brief explaination of the panel but no details and I have look high and low on here and the support pages with no luck. Thanks

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