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ASUS Z87-EXPERT Intel ME Driver
ASUS is also proud to share that the ZDELUXE/DUAL is the first Intel® 8 ZEXPERT was unveiled today, joining the ASUS Z87 motherboard range and. I purchased an ASUS ZPLUS for use as a value server. with the new intel that im getting this problems (this is on windows 7 pro), extremely inconvenient in Can someone help me to modify the Win driver to work? The NDA on the Intel Haswell CPU, and the Intel Z87 chipset is now lifted. Knowing me though I may give way to my upgrading illness and end up my eye is the Asus Z87 Sabertooth,Asus Z87 -Expert, and the Z87 Pro.
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ASUS Z87-EXPERT Intel ME Driver
Probably not very useful. So that's the hardware, now the software.
At the BIOS level things are pretty standard. The chassis fans can only respond to the CPU temperature, unfortunately.
Instead of just Enabled, you can choose Auto or Advanced. Auto really means "force the header into 4-pin PWM mode", and Advanced really means "detect the fan type with the nifty fan header switch" which sounds more like Auto to me, but whatever. But in Advanced detect mode there's a big problem: Which means you'll probably want to select Auto mode whenever using 4-pin fans, which means you'll only select Advanced mode when using 3-pin fans, which really kind of defeats the whole purpose of the nifty fan header ASUS Z87-EXPERT Intel ME switch.
If you're not running Windows, that's it; the fans keep running according to your BIOS settings until ASUS Z87-EXPERT Intel ME shut down. And it looks like Fan Xpert 2 is now standard with all these new Z87 boards, so no more discrimination with lesser "Fan Xpert but not 2" versions for the cheaper boards.
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I believe the fans are actually controlled by ASUS Z87-EXPERT Intel ME independant chip on the motherboard, not by any running software to prevent overheating if the PC locks up, which would freeze any control software. When you boot the PC, the BIOS loads its saved fan settings into the fan control chip, and that sets their behavior until Windows is loaded.
This happens shortly after Windows starts, before you even log in. If you then later use Fan Xpert 2 to apply a new fan profile, that immediately gets loaded into the control chip, and also becomes the "current" settings for that fan to be re-applied by the Fan Service the next time Windows is started. That matches the behavior I see, anyway. And if you kill the AI Suite app and stop the ASUS Z87-EXPERT Intel ME Service, the fans continue to be actively controlled even without any fan-related software running.
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As far as Fan Xpert 2 itself goes, that's already been pretty well described in various reviews, and this is already way too long, so I won't describe all that again. The main point here is that Fan Xpert 2 ASUS Z87-EXPERT Intel ME test your fans to determine their actual minimum speeds, and tailor ASUS Z87-EXPERT Intel ME fan control curves to fit. These control curves will completely override any BIOS settings and their hardcoded limits, so that you can use the fan's full range.
Also, I've noticed one small difference from what I've read in reviews; when setting a custom fan profile, previous versions of Fan Xpert 2 set the minimum allowed fan speed to the power required to start the fan, which is usually higher than the minimum speed the fan can be reduced to without stopping once it's spinning for 3-pin fans, anyway.
With this version, it now sets ASUS Z87-EXPERT Intel ME minimum allowed speed in the profile to the minimum reducible speed. This change might let you run fans at a significantly lower speed than before, and it shouldn't really cause any problems; worst case, if a fan doesn't start because the temp is too low at first, the temp will just rise until the corresponding fan speed hits the starting value, and then the fan will kick in and cool back down to the lower speed while still running.
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Or you could avoid that by just making sure the BIOS settings will have the fan spinning before Windows starts and takes over with the lower minimum. I think they've fixed the bugs I've seen reported with earlier versions, and there should be no need to disable BIOS ASUS Z87-EXPERT Intel ME control to use Fan Xpert, as some have said they had to do before.
I have Q-Fan set to Silent to avoid making the fans start ASUS Z87-EXPERT Intel ME loud when rebooting, and then custom fan curves once in Windows. That's it for the provided software. While I have some hopes for eventually using that to let the case fans take the GPU temps into account, for now, the latest v4.
It doesn't see any fan control or fan speed chips, or the system voltages, only temperatures. And for some reason it's reading my K's core temps wrong, showing about half the values seen in CoreTemp or RealTemp.
I'm sure it'll eventually be updated, but it may take a long time with the huge flood of new boards just released. Reloaded and updated bios, chipset drivers It would do this from a cold startup everytime.
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Hang for min then have a temp failure message and load bios. The weird thing is it would still over heat while the bios screen was up and I would power down. Fortunately, I watch cpu temps and caught it before it melted down but this was the first time my system has seen these temps. I load tested the cpu and memchecked the ram with ASUS Z87-EXPERT Intel ME errors.
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I ran the win 10 sys check fixit and every other utility checking for corrupted windows files. Came to the end of my limited abilities and called windows ASUS Z87-EXPERT Intel ME. They stumbled around my system and repeated same procedures In this process the file to allow me to revert to previous system was damaged.