05-23-2022 11:07 AM
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05-24-2022 01:32 AM
Windows 10 installs all the necessary drivers.
Depending on your headset, you'll want to install either the Realtek audio driver or Armoury Crate.
Get all motherboard drivers from the ASUS Support Center.
05-24-2022 01:58 AM
So am I right in thinking that with Windows 10 and above it gets the actual Asus drivers from a repository supplied by Asus rather than as with previous Windows where it'd just install generic chipset drivers which would lack in performance and other features?
You can check Device Manager for any missing drivers.
05-25-2022 07:46 AM
Windows Qualification is done via the companies putting their drivers into MS. Asus qualifies the driver's themselves with the board. These processes are not specifically linked, but sure there is some crossover.
For AMD chipset drivers, the best ones will be available on AMD website. There is lag for ASUS to qualify, and likewise for MS.
Just like, the latest drivers for graphics card will be on that manufacturers' website.
The best optimised drivers are typically the latest ones, but you can fallback to MS or Asus one if you had a specific issue (you most likely won't).
05-24-2022 02:18 AM
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05-28-2022 03:56 PM
When you see a couple of 100 reports of problems in the BIOS, worry or be cautious, till then, best off running the latest and can always fall back to earlier one. Not really following your concern there. Be like saying I'm not driving a car because I heard next door had an accident.
05-29-2022 12:57 AM