Updated Drivers: -Asmedia_USB3_184.108.40.206 -Intel_Chipset_10.1.17969.8134 -Intel_LAN_23.5.2 -Intel_RST_Drivers_&_Software_Set_v220.127.116.117 (Install when SATA is set to RAID mode) -Intel_RSTe_18.104.22.1682 (Install when SATA is set to AHCI mode) -Realtek_HDAudio_8688
Asmedia Sata 22.214.171.124 was causing random drive dropouts Asmedia USB 3.0 126.96.36.199 also causing random dropouts
Have updated to 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206 from station drivers which seem to have resolved the issue, for anyone encountering this
also the latest realtek drivers from asus and in the packages have always had audio bias issues when using 2.1 speakers or headphones with the left speaker being slightly louder, today i have found a fix in "enhancements" in speaker properties, tick disable all sound effects, try it and and listen to the difference 🙂
Download the latest Windows 10 WHQL RIVBE driver/BIOS pack HERE MD5: 69b0f13627dec91934d2533de17f940a
Updated on 11/29/15 with: -Asmedia_SATA6G_220.127.116.11 -Asmedia_USB3_18.104.22.168 (requires manual install through Device Manager) -Broadcom_Bluetooth_22.214.171.1240 -Broadcom_WLAN_7.35.327.0 (requires manual install through Device Manager) -Intel_MEI_126.96.36.1993 (driver will show .1172 in device manager, the driver package is .1173)
Updated BIOS with: -Intel OROM/EFI IRST v188.8.131.527 (The driver pack now also includes a modified RIVBE 0701 BIOS for those that want to use that one instead)
Read the included ReadMe files for any special instructions or notes when you download this pack!
Please report any issues.
Separate BIOS download for those that do not need the drivers HERE MD5:78a9fcfc20d80d4b1a8772552a79d1c5
-Updated Intel CPU MicroCode SandyBridge-E/IvyBridge-E
CPU Microcode 0306E4 IVB-E - 428 CPU Microcode 0206D7 SNB-E - 710 CPU Microcode 0206D6 SNB-E - 619
-OROM Intel Boot Agent CL v0.1.06
-EFI Intel Gigabit UNDI v0.0.09
-Intel OROM IRST RAID for SATA/EFI IRST RAID for SATA v184.108.40.2067
Thanks for the update Sparky. I did have an issue with the USB drivers, some of my peripherals failed to start with version 220.127.116.11 included in this package, had to roll back to previous version. Otherwise, rock solid.
Easier than using device manager...open the folder containing the USB driver. You should see three folders, 2 .cat files, and 2 .inf files. Right click the .inf files and select "install". The drivers will install and you should be set. If I recall it matters which order you install the two driver sets so if you get an error on the first (asmthub3.inf) install the 2nd (asmtxhci,inf) and then go back and install the other driver.
MB : Rampage IV BE. - Bios 0801 CPU : i7 3970x @ 4500 MHz, Offset +0.030v, Regular LLC, Fixed Frequency 750, C1E Enabled, C3/C6/C7 Disabled CPU VCCSA: Manual 1.150v, Regular LLC, Fixed Frequency 500 RAM : Corsair Vengeance @ 1866 MHz - 64GB Disks : Raid0 2x Intel 520 480GB; 2x Seagate 2TB GFX : EVGA GTX690 Audio : Creative X-FI Titanium HD PSU : Corsair AX1200i Optic BD\DVD : Lite-On Blu-Ray; Samsung DVDRW Cooler\Case : Corsair H100i v2 2; Silverstone TJ07 OS : Win10 Pro 64
Thanks a lot for this post Sparky. And hello to all. I have a few questions regarding the IRST drivers. The one's included here won't install in my Windows 10 system with Rampage Extreme IV Bios 4901. It just give me an error saying the platform is not supported.After doing some research, I found out that the latest drivers that were supoorted with X79 chipsets were 18.104.22.1688. I tried installing those too, however those gave me .net dependency errors etc.. I found a workaround but did not do it yet .To cut to the chase my question is : do I absolutely need IRST ? (or RSTe which the one's included here ran just fine).What are the pros or cons?I have 1 Samsung SSD and 5 other various size HDDs in my system. I will be really happy if someone can clarify these issues. I don't use RAID and not planning to do so in the near future. Thanks in advance.
First things first: THANKS for the Driver Pack saved me alot of work great Job ! Now to the issues at hand, I cant seem to install the Intel RST Drivers. I always get the "This Driver does not support this Hardware" message. I am running the Rampage Extreme IV Board. All other drivers seem to work fine. At the moment I am using an old 8.1 RST Driver I found on my usb stick (IRST_Win7-8_8-1_VER12801016).
Has anyone got a newer version that "officially" supports win 10 ? I have a feeling that the driver I have installed is actually slowing down my computer performance. As I did a clean install (had a upgraded win 10) and after the clean install various things seem to be slugish. As an example tabing in and out of running games takes ages...... did not occure on the upgraded version. Just an example! *Edit: I am a TWAT, after the clean install my desktop frequenzy was set to 60hz... I am running a 144Hz monitor.. soooo tabing caused problems... ^^. SOO thats fixed, BUT the issue still remains with the Intel RST Driver.
Stability wise the system is holding up.
System Speccs: 4930k, titan sli , 500GB samsung evo pro ssd, 16gb corsair dominator ram @ 2133mhz .