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  1. Asus support tell me, that they ONLY support the M.2 SSDs, mentioned in this pdf: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1150/Z97-PRO%28Wi-Fi_ac%29_USB_31/Z97-PRO-WiFi-AC-USB31_Devices_Report.pdf Therefore only supported (according to Asus) M.2 SSDs in Asus Z97-Pro(WiFi ac/USB 3.1 mainboard are: Apacer: T60 A200-M 128G Intel: 530 SSDSCKGW080A401 80GB Liteon: LITEON-LGT-256M6G-2280-256GB Kingston: RBU-SNS6100S3/128GC-2260-128GB and RBU-SNS6100S3/256GC-2260-256GB Sandisk: X110-2260-128GB and X110-2260-256GB Samsung: MZ-NPD1280-2280-128GB (Support on ISRT 13.1) None of
  2. Well, this new guy should get to work pronto, as Germany was invaded... assange vs zuckenberg
  3. I wanted to install the Win7 on the M.5 Samsung 951 and I failed I tried this: As this method looks very promising, however it fail to work on Asus Z97-Pro (WiFi ac)/usb 3.1 - with Samsung SM951 M.2 SSD. Rufus easily create the USB boot install Win7 Pro drive, no problemo there. However when I use the recommended bios setup, it ALWAYS reset the computer right after the "Starting Windows" message on screen appears. After that, the Asus board tell me, that it adjusted my bios settings to make the problem "go away" (it re-enable the CSM!) and then the install works, however it did not se
  4. Ooops, my epic fail, lol... Now I finally have the bios updated! I completely forget, that my mainboard is not "Asus Z97-PRO (WiFi ac)", but a "Asus Z97-PRO (WiFi ac)/USB 3.1" and that means, that I tried different BIOSes. Witch end up with the "impossibility to update" the bios. Now I running at bios v2702, yet the M.2 SSD (Samsung SM951) is still "not present" in bios, or for HDD prep program (Mini Tool Partition Wizard Professional) or visible for Windows 7 install: http://forum.hwbot.org/showthread.php?t=150277
  5. My Asus Z97-Pro (WiFi ac) have bios v2303: So I load the new bios (all the more recent bioses anyway) on USA flash: I picked up the latest one (v2702) and tried... ...to upload it, then I get "not a proper BIOS" message: NONE of the bioses I tested (v2401, v2501, v2601 and v2702) worked. All I download directly from Asus site: http://www.asus.com/cz/Motherboards/Z97PROWiFi_ac/HelpDesk_Download/ ...so could SOMEBODY tell me, what is going on?! Next thing - let's try the mainboard function of USB BIOS Flashback - I put into the proper port (page 2-
  6. GtiJason - I confirm that they are double sided. The s/n numbers are: 154725004434030 154725004434029 So if I decode it properly according to this: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?283666-Figuring-out-G-Skill-s-SNs then: 1547 25004434030 47 week of 2015 1547 2500 4434030 Samsung chips 15472500 4 434030 4xxx = DDR3-1866 8-9-9-24 ...??? So that means 2500, not 1500 ... but still it should meant (according to Don Dan post) Samsung chips. No idea what they are and how they will react on voltage? Ehm, I mean for reasonable 24/7 usage, not for suic
  7. I wonder, how fast these DDR3 rams can go - G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series F3-14900CL8D-8GBXM: And what chips they use - so if there is a chance for getting them run faster with more voltage - and what is the safe (or reasonably safe?) voltage limit for them. That, of course, apply only when the chips used react well to more voltage. So, since the G.Skill logo claims "Go Beyond Limits", then I put these poor rams into Asus Z97-Pro (WiFi ac) board. Upon activating the XMP profile by switch on the board, the rams run at 8-9-9-24 2T @ 1866MHz. The 2T can be changed to 1T and at that po
  8. Guys and gals (?), I would certaily use some help / advices, on how to make my M.2 SSD device visible in bios of my new Asus Z97-Pro (WiFi ac) mainboard. I bought this one recently, to get a new -QUIET- build for gaming and apart from 1T WD HDD & DVD-RW Samsung SH-224DB I get a 128G Samsung SM951 M.2 SSD drive. Upon inserting it into the mainboard: ...it is getting reasonably hot (especially the first chip - controller), so it should work, yet it fail to show up in the Z97-Pro bios at al. So I cannot partition the SSD, nor start installing Win7 on it. ... I tried to s
  9. MoonFaker found and he is us http://6b.cz/cYN http://6b.cz/6a3
  10. Guys, my MSI GTX 960 Gaming 4G card is weird, it reporting about 53°C under load (gamning), 63°C FurMark: ..but at that moment I cannot keep my finger on the heatpipes (I can for 3 seconds and something, then it become to be exponencialy more painfull with time and I'm not that big masochists to push for more when it really hurts...), hence they are probably at 70°C or more... That translate to the fans not spinning much at all. Not even during gaming or 3D benching. When run 3DMark 03, the fans spin first only in the end of the Troll liar bench (3rd one) and keep very, very
  11. The nice Asus Z97-Pro (Wi-Fi ac) mobo has no image: http://hwbot.org/hardware/motherboard/z97-pro_%28wi-fi_ac%29/ That call for quick fix, as there is nice image available: https://www.asus.com/cz/Motherboards/Z97PROWiFi_ac/ Thank you for considering it :celebration:
  12. The nice Asus Z97-Pro Gamer mobo has no image: http://hwbot.org/hardware/motherboard/z97-pro_gamer/ That call for quick fix, as there is nice image available: https://www.asus.com/cz/Motherboards/Z97PRO_GAMER/ Thank you for considering it :celebration:
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