ASUS Z87-PRO ASMEDIA SATA DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||15.4 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 2008, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7/8/10|
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ASUS Z87-PRO ASMEDIA SATA DRIVER
Like you the problem is intermittent, never occurring after power on, even after waking from sleep mode but it happens randomly on a full power cycle. I didn't see you mention this but I also hear a loud thunk from the drive, silence, then period loud thunks. ASUS Z87-PRO ASMedia SATA have to keep power cycling until it stops making that noise and then all is well. Ran diagnostics on the drive and it passes with flying colors.
Has worked like a champ with my old motherboard. 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.
With the full ATX landscape at its disposal, the ZPRO does a good job of keeping the socket region relatively clear of obstructions. Be careful when combining wider aftermarket coolers with taller memory modules. All eight support 6Gbps speeds, but only the six to the left are tied to the Intel platform hub. The two on the right stem from an auxiliary ASMedia controller. The ASMedia chip lacks fancy features, ASUS Z87-PRO ASMedia SATA the Z87 has a handful ASUS Z87-PRO ASMedia SATA storage-related goodies.
Intel has also added a new feature called Dynamic Storage Accelerator. On the Asus board, two of those ports are sent directly to the rear cluster, while two more power an internal header for front-panel connectivity.
One of the remaining ports is routed through an ASMedia hub that shares the bandwidth among four more jacks at the rear. The Z87's final USB 3. ASUS Z87-PRO ASMedia SATA four to the left are routed through the ASMedia hub, while the other two are linked directly to the chipset. This arrangement makes sense; the ports coming from the Z87 sit under the Gigabit Ethernet jack, which is also powered by an Intel chip.
Display and audio outputs abound in the rear cluster. On top of that, Asus adds a layer of DTS software that offers two key features. The first is DTS Interactive, which allows multichannel digital audio streams to be encoded on the fly.
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Without this capability, multichannel game audio would be limited to analog output. The wireless card is a dual-band affair paired with an understated antenna on a 31" leash. Like the integrated audio, ASUS Z87-PRO ASMedia SATA on-board networking comes with extra software. Asus' AI Suite Windows utility includes a bunch of networking-specific widgets, including support for DLNA streaming, remote desktop control, and file transfers for connected mobile devices. It also features a configuration wizard for client and access-point modes. Asus has become a bigger player in the networking business, and its growing expertise in that field is evident in the ZPRO. Before we ASUS Z87-PRO ASMedia SATA on to a closer look at the ZPRO's software and firmware interfaces, I have to take a moment to point out a couple of smaller hardware touches that no enthusiast board should be without.
The first is a removable port block for the front-panel connectors.
Asus provides a block for the usual array of buttons and LEDs in addition to a second block for one of the internal USB 2. These little accessories ASUS Z87-PRO ASMedia SATA next to nothing to produce, and they can make system wiring much easier. More about confused sata connector connect ssd asus z87 pro edition ports above are pulled out from an ASMedia SATA ZPlus ASMedia ports - [Solved. Thread: Asmedia or Intel sata Gb on maximus v formula, which is best?
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