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UEFI Features continued, Advanced Mode continued

09/01/2014 - 00:05

The following screens detail settings on the Advanced, Monitor, Boot, Tools, and Exit tabs in the Advanced Mode interface. [inline:files/review/2014-09-01/01-140829200028.jpg] Advanced tab [inline:files/review/2014-09-01/02-140829201711.jpg] Advanced tab...

UEFI Features continued, EZ and Advanced Modes

09/01/2014 - 00:02

The following screens detail settings on the EZ Mode interface and Main and Advanced tabs in the Advanced Mode interface. EZ Mode Interface [inline:files/review/2014-09-01/01-140829195747.jpg] EZ Mode, Main page [inline:files/review/2014-09-01/02-...

UEFI Features

09/01/2014 - 00:00

ASUS included the newest revision of their UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) implementation with the X99-Deluxe motherboard. The UEFI offers full keyboard and mouse support while using the BIOS pages. ASUS changed the way mouse right-click...

Bundled Applications

08/31/2014 - 22:25

Included Applications ASUS AI Suite 3 ASUS Dual Intelligent Processors 5 with 5-Way Optimization TPU (Turbo Processing Unit) EPU (Energy Processing Unit) DIGI+ Power Control Fan XPert 3 Turbo App USB 3.0 Boost Disk Unlocker USB BIOS Flashback Wizard...

Included Accessories

08/31/2014 - 21:18

Included Accessories ASUS includes everything you need to get the board going, including with some added nice to have components. [inline:files/review/2014-08-31/01-manuals.jpg] The X99-Deluxe's manual is what we've come to expect from ASUS, well...

CPU Cooler Fit

08/31/2014 - 20:38

CPU Cooler Fit To test the amount of space surrounding the CPU socket, we mounted both a Noctua NH-D14 and a Noctua NH-D15 cooler to the CPU socket. Both a overly large CPU air coolers, sporting a dual fan construction and two huge vertical cooling...

Features and Motherboard Layout

08/31/2014 - 20:08

Features Courtesy of ASUS

Delidding your Intel Haswell CPU

08/25/2014 - 09:43

Introduction [inline:files/review/2014-08-17/02-cpu-in-vise-block-positioning-profile.jpg] Since the introduction of the Haswell line of CPUs, the Internet has been aflame with how hot the CPUs run. Speculation ran rampant on the cause with theories...

Putting it all back together

08/17/2014 - 22:49

Reconstruction Once the processor has been delidded, you have two options for running the processor in your system: Use the CPU with naked die, requiring use of some type of spacer to protect the die from being crushed Replace the heat spreader on the...

The Vise Method: Step by Step

08/17/2014 - 22:48

Tools Required To remove the heat spreader from the CPU PCB, you will need a few tools that are common to most home work benches or can be easily obtained from your local Lowe's or Home Depot store. a rubber mallet a wooden 2 x 4 cut to a 6 inch...