omito12 wrote: Jun 15, 2019 0:27:43 GMT -8 Hello everyone, has already made an experience with the AORUS RGB AIC NVMe SSD 1TB
alvoc wrote: Jun 13, 2019 22:44:17 GMT -8 Hi!! i'm struglin to OC my RAM,Z390 Master Mobo, 9900K and Gskill 4000MHz CL-17. Tryed F8b and F9a BIOS but no success, F9a was slighty better as I could achieve 4000MHz but wasnt stable on OS. Is there any newer and better BIOS??
jayjoethecocoa wrote: Jun 13, 2019 19:25:55 GMT -8 Any good starting documentation for troubleshooting a brand new stock Aorus Z390 Pro 1.0 - unable to boot - only 1 stick of ram installed - setup is outside of the intended case?
bigdave wrote: Jun 13, 2019 13:48:45 GMT -8 alexuk, All Z390 motherboards are UEFI enabled.
alexuk wrote: Jun 13, 2019 11:46:45 GMT -8 hi have a Z390 AORUS ULTRA motherboard i just want to know can it use uefi as i have looked on my bios and it doesn't say Legacy or UEFI ?
bigdave wrote: Jun 10, 2019 7:01:19 GMT -8 faruqueshimul, Look under Chipset in the BIOS for VT-D. Some processors don't support Virtualization.*
faruqueshimul wrote: Jun 10, 2019 0:14:32 GMT -8 I bought GIGABYTE B360M D3H Motherboard. I want to enable Intel Virtual Technology option, but I don't find in BIOS. So please help me how I can Enable Intel VT?
bigdave wrote: Jun 8, 2019 13:22:53 GMT -8 swooshy, F7 is the latest BIOS level. Don't update the BIOS when running Windows. Use the BIOS update function.
swooshy wrote: Jun 7, 2019 12:15:00 GMT -8 Can anyone tell me which bios version should I go for ? current one is f3 ( MB Aorus Elite Z390 )
ezveedub wrote: Jun 4, 2019 20:06:02 GMT -8 Z390 Pro Wifi needs the ATX_12V_2X24 & ATX_12V_2X8 connected, the ATX_12V_2X2 is optional for high draw CPU when overclocking.
dkp913 wrote: Jun 4, 2019 15:28:13 GMT -8 Is it necessary on the 390 Pro Wifi to have both the ATX_12V_2X2 and the ATX_12V_2X24 connected to the Power Supply (Corsair RM850X) or is the 2x2 optional if you are going to Over Clock?
spynexes74 wrote: Jun 4, 2019 10:38:39 GMT -8 i would like to ask if the mobo x399 aorus gaming 7 all the 3 m.2 slots supprot speeds via pci express