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    Mouse in the UEFI Bios of the Strix X99

    Hello everybody,

    I own an Asus Strix Gaming X99 motherboard.
    Please, someone can tell me if there is a way to accelerate the mouse's displacements in the BIOS ?

    Thank you for your answers.

    King regards,

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    And even if there is a way, I would advise you against it since fiddling with the BIOS can turn your shiny machine into a dead brick if you happen to tweak some settings to their inappropriate parameters.

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    Hello,

    Ok, thank you for your answers.

    Of course I just wanted a tip to do that, made by AMI or Asus, not a piece of code written by a handyman, for breaking my motherboard...

    But please, can you tell me if a software allows the configuration of the Bios, directly from Windows, as AI Suite can do it, and not only for the overclock, but for all parameters ?

    Thank you for answers,

    Best,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryback14 View Post
    Hello,

    Ok, thank you for your answers.

    Of course I just wanted a tip to do that, made by AMI or Asus, not a piece of code written by a handyman, for breaking my motherboard...

    But please, can you tell me if a software allows the configuration of the Bios, directly from Windows, as AI Suite can do it, and not only for the overclock, but for all parameters ?

    Thank you for answers,

    Best,
    Hello

    Nothing available to perform those functions from handyman or otherwise.

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    Hello Praz,

    It's Ok, thank you, even if it's too bad that this kind of software doesn't exist !

    It would have been too much easy otherwise, of course !

    Best,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryback14 View Post
    Hello Praz,

    It's Ok, thank you, even if it's too bad that this kind of software doesn't exist !

    It would have been too much easy otherwise, of course !

    Best,
    Software doesn't load in the BIOS nor does any drivers which is why you have the lag. I was happy to see a mouse get integrated into the bios, used to be ps2 keyboard only and a lot of use of the tab key

    I Have a separate no frills Logitech mx anywhere unified wireless mouse that I use specifically for the bios as it reacts a bit faster than this $150 ROG spatha does.

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