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    Question Asus strix x99 Gaming

    Hi everyone!

    I need some information for setup bios for full uefi install.

    PC:

    MB: Asus Strix X99 Gaming
    CPU: Intel i7 6800K
    GPU: Geforce 1070 GTX 8GB
    Mem: 16GB Kingsotne HyperX 2400 MHz
    SSD: SAMSUNG 850 PRO series 256GB 25/S600

    i want to install full UEFI system windows 10. How do I set the BIOS for the best performance for full UEFI ? CSM must be disable I know that and SSD must be converted to GPT format. Is there anything that I need to change?

    thanks for the help!

    Mitja

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    Hi vITREX

    Welcome to the ROG forum !

    Disable CSM and set secure boot to "Other Os".

    Select the windows usb flash drive with UEFI in front of it as boot option 1 then hit F10 and Enter and follow the instructions.

    You'll know you did a UEFI install by the spinning dots in a circle during boot up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Hi vITREX

    Welcome to the ROG forum !

    Disable CSM and set secure boot to "Other Os".

    Select the windows usb flash drive with UEFI in front of it as boot option 1 then hit F10 and Enter and follow the instructions.

    You'll know you did a UEFI install by the spinning dots in a circle during boot up.

    thx Nate152 for your time!

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