ASUS Z87-PLUS ASMedia SATA Driver
ASUS-branded motherboards deliver the highest standards of innovation, performance, and reliability with a new premium gold color scheme. All ASUS, ROG. Ok the Asus motherboard has two extra SATA ports by a third party and below that, a dark brown ASMedia Serial ATA Gb/s connector. It was all working perfectly initially, with 4 x SATA II HDs, 1 x SSD (SATA III) and 1 x connected, all to the motherboard SATA connectors on my Asus ZPlus. . The gray Asmedia SATA ports do not work for me at all.
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ASUS Z87-PLUS ASMedia SATA Driver
Lersar replied the topic: I knew there was one. The one color I have yet to see is a white pcb with black accents.
If all ASUS Z87-PLUS ASMedia SATA want is a play pretty then go and buy yourselves some cat toys at your local PetsMart. Did the reviewer actually try and overclock these motherboards or just leave them at a very common, and slow, 4. Did the heatsinks actually work or were the chips running too hot and needed some liquid cooling?
Same with the cpu's. Is liquid cooling demanded or can the users just stick with cooling on air or some everyday closed liquid cooler instead of a complete custom loop?
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Did you actually push these motherboards to their limits or stick with stock settings? Will you ever do a proper review or just leave it as almost a word for word description by ASUS? Finally, ASUS, since people here seem to only judge a computer motherboard by color of all things!
Since most people are too stupid to ASUS Z87-PLUS ASMedia SATA a common "beep code", then why not make a breakout LED panel that can be mounted in an external 5. Instead of just sitting there and staring at their motherboards like a bunch of slack-jawed idiots? But we do ask that in the future you treat both our contributors and community members with the same respect that we will give you.
As the review pointed out, being a motherboard review not a CPU review we wanted to focus on things that are motherboard dependent, not CPU dependent. This means that you are going to see similar overclock results from board to board. Not only that but the results from our engineering sample most ASUS Z87-PLUS ASMedia SATA won't be the same as what you see with a retail CPU.
So we focused on overclocking results that would vary from board to board, the auto overclocking results. Liquid cooling is never really needed on a motherboard but with Haswell voltage regulation being on the CPU the cooling on the Pro board is a lot more than is actually needed.
I suspect it's a power on timer issue between the SATA drive and the controller where the motherboard doesn't give it enough time to spin up or something. If anyone has a solution please share.
My Z87 is on the newest firmware and I can't find a bios for the drive. I will post back my findings.
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I did it from the BIOS with a thumb ASUS Z87-PLUS ASMedia SATA, it power cycled a half dozen times in a way that make me think I had a brick. Then the disk encountered the problem, started making the loud thunk noise but I finally got video and it said "Bios is updating, do not power off system" and then it immediately powered off.
I thought "shit" then it powered off and on a few more times and I got video again and it told me to hit F1 to set up a new CPU. All my BIOS settings got wiped and it's on the new version. ASUS Z87-PLUS ASMedia SATA disk problems yet, they stopped the instant the BIOS actually updated.