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    ROG Enthusiast Array karab44 PC Specs
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    Since the official release date

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array red454 PC Specs
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    Ah, you are way ahead of me! Have you had any ROG boards in the past?

    I started with a Maximus IV Gene Z, then moved to a Maximus V Formula - which I will give to my son as soon as I get all my programs transferred to the RVE. And my wife's computer is using a Crosshair V Formula Z board. My RVE does have a few little quirks to it, but I suppose when you cram so much stuff into a board, there will be a few things that don't play well together.
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    ROG Enthusiast Array karab44 PC Specs
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    I agree. Modern motherboards are technically overcomplicated. Simplicity is the way of life. No, RVE is my first that advanced piece of hardware and I had a lesson to keep with harsh but solid enterprise solutions.
    Last edited by karab44; 12-18-2015 at 03:23 PM.

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    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array LiveOrDie PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by karab44 View Post
    Is this a flagship ASUS product or a joke?

    Even if I omit the funny apps there are 16 motherboard drivers left packed separately.

    Even if they did supply people with a all in one driver setup i wouldn't use it as 99% of Asus drivers are 6 months out of date when there posted for download.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array karab44 PC Specs
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    Dude do you understand what software update means or you are new to computer technology? So called "Outdated" doesn't always mean bad. The best example is bios. People keep with the working one, not the latest.

    The same with recommended drivers set. I always keep with recommended, not always the latest. Stability is what is important to me. And I assume drivers published by manufacturer are selected as tested and stable.

    Asus updates its support page with drivers from time to time when needed. And I use my mobo with all goodies and potential I paid for so far with no problems at all (since win10). I use remote control, Wifi, Bluetooth, AIsuite3, hw monitor and USB drivers also works like a charm on Windows 10 Pro. Why should I change to untested with this bundle newer drivers then? What would I gain? I feel confident about drivers published on ASUS support website and as I said it would be nice if ASUS notify any change and able to keep these compatible, tested drivers up to date automatically according to user's choice.
    Last edited by karab44; 12-18-2015 at 04:11 PM.

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array red454 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by karab44 View Post
    I agree. Modern motherboards are technically overcomplicated. Simplicity is the way of life. No, RVE is my first that advanced piece of hardware and I had a lesson to keep with harsh but solid enterprise solutions.
    I think some of it is driven by the competition between manufactures - all trying to have the latest tech, and also for the claim of having the most over-the-edge, high-end, feature dripping motherboard.
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    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array LiveOrDie PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by karab44 View Post
    Dude do you understand what software update means or you are new to computer technology? So called "Outdated" doesn't always mean bad. The best example is bios. People keep with the working one, not the latest.

    The same with recommended drivers set. I always keep with recommended, not always the latest. Stability is what is important to me. And I assume drivers published by manufacturer are selected as tested and stable.

    Asus updates its support page with drivers from time to time when needed. And I use my mobo with all goodies and potential I paid for so far with no problems at all (since win10). I use remote control, Wifi, Bluetooth, AIsuite3, hw monitor and USB drivers also works like a charm on Windows 10 Pro. Why should I change to untested with this bundle newer drivers then? What would I gain? I feel confident about drivers published on ASUS support website and as I said it would be nice if ASUS notify any change and able to keep these compatible, tested drivers up to date automatically according to user's choice.

    I've been building computers for over 20 years and overclocking them for 10+ years so yes I'm a new to the game, I always like to keep my RAID and GPU drivers up to date and the reason why the drivers on the Asus support pages are outdated is because these drivers have to go through QC stages before there approved and then published, and i will always give a new bios a crack to see if there are any gains in updating most of the time ill just update my bios becasuse of bored and want to see if i can push my overclocks higher, seeing you brought your board to play space invaders on you wouldn't understand my logic.
    Last edited by LiveOrDie; 12-19-2015 at 02:47 AM.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array karab44 PC Specs
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    I don't waste my time for two things - playing games and OC. If you've 20 year experience with computers it's even more sad. You can drive a car for a 20 years and still be a bad driver... Good you understand that there is a QC process, so why you even started this conversation?

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    Pretty much all motherboards come with separate drivers/utilties etc. Part of the fun for us enthusiasts is updating things, trying new versions. You said "Outdated doesn't always mean bad" so why bother. It's obviously a chore for you, however we love it.
    You might have the wrong hobby....

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    ROG Enthusiast Array Karl-Johan PC Specs
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    Get the latest drivers from here, i've been using this site for years.

    http://www.station-drivers.com/

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