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    X99 strix ai suite

    so i got a x99 stix last year in august whit a 6800k and a gtx1070 stix but since day 1 i have been having problems whit multiple parts of the pc
    my main problem is ai suit crashing the pc and just not working att all dip4.dll error
    after reading on forums asking on forums testing dowing windows clean installs i contackted asus prob 2 weeks after i got the board
    and i was told to wait so is did mohnts past askt a few more times so now im at 7 months
    so i go back and ask asus suport once again gets many fixes to do witch i had already done but did them any ways
    keep telling them thats not the problem they also keep saying rma but its a software problem so that wont help

    so my question is does any one here also have thes problems or a fix or any info on how to get past the 10 year old kids running the asus suport

    and yes i know bios overclocking is better i know but i dont want the overclock to run the whole time
    and i also want the controll over my fans and i like the power save modes for in the summer when its hot my pc is always on so

    so if any one has the same problem or a fix pls let me know


    thank you in advance

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    I assume you've tried the latest version of AI Suite III for your motherboard?

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    Graphics Card #1ASUS ROG-STRIX-RTX2070-O8G-GAMING
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    I assume you've tried the latest version of AI Suite III for your motherboard?
    AISuite3_Win7-81-10_V10145
    is the one i downloadid from the asus site i also have the latest bios and 3 weeks ago i had it running on a clean windows whit just the basic stuff on ther
    have been looking for updates every month so for noting for ai suite
    here is a pic of the error i have seen posts about it b4 usaly the get the anser just give up on ai suite
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    Suspected Conflicts w/AI Suite III

    At least with my system (STRIX X99 W10), I found that AI Suite III conflicts with both Corsair Link & EVGA PrecisionX software. When I removed this software, I no longer got the DIP5 error.

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