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Page 54 highlights4. USB 2.0 connectors (10-1 pen USB910; USB1112) these connectors are for USB 2.0 ports. Connect the USB module cable to any kind of of these connectors, then install the module to a slot opened at the back of the mechanism chassis. These USB connectors comply with USB 2.0 specification that supports up to 480 Mbps connection speed.Never attach a 1394 cable come the USB connectors.

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Doing therefore will damage the motherboard! you can connect the front dashboard USB cable to the ASUS Q-Connector (USB, blue) first, and then install the Q-Connector (USB) to the USB connector onboard if your chassis supports front dashboard USB ports.Chapter 11-38Chapter 1: Product introduction
SectionPage
Safety information7
About this guide8
CROSSHAIR V FORMULA-Z specifications summary10
Package contents14
Installation tools and components15
Product introduction17
1.1 one-of-a-kind features17
1.1.1 Product highlights17
1.1.2 ROG unique gaming features18
1.1.3 ROG Intelligent power & Overclocking features18
1.1.4 ROG-rich go together software19
1.1.5 other features20
1.2 Motherboard overview21
1.2.1 before you proceed21
1.2.2 Motherboard layout22
1.2.3 main Processing Unit (CPU)24
1.2.4 mechanism memory25
1.2.5 development slots37
1.2.6 Onboard buttons and switches39
1.2.7 Jumpers42
1.2.8 Onboard LEDs43
1.2.9 interior connectors52
1.2.10 ProbeIt61
Basic Installation63
2.1 building your computer system63
2.1.1 Motherboard installation63
2.1.2 CPU installation66
2.1.3 CPU heatsink and fan assembly installation67
2.1.4 DIMM installation69
2.1.5 ATX power connection70
2.1.6 SATA device connection71
2.1.7 former I/O Connector72
2.1.8 expansion Card installation73
2.2 BIOS upgrade utility74
USB BIOS Flashback74
2.3 Motherboard rear and audio connections75
2.3.1 behind I/O connection75
2.3.2 Audio I/O connections77
2.4 starting up for the very first time80
2.5 turning off the computer80
BIOS setup81
3.1 discovering BIOS81
3.2 BIOS setup program82
3.2.1 EZ Mode83
3.2.2 progressed Mode84
3.3 too much Tweaker menu86
3.4 key menu96
3.5 progressed menu98
3.5.1 CPU Configuration99
3.5.2 North leg Configuration100
3.5.3 southern Bridge Configuration101
3.5.4 SATA Configuration102
3.5.5 USB Configuration104
3.5.6 CPU core On/Off Function105
3.5.7 Onboard gadgets Configuration105
3.5.8 APM107
3.5.9 Network Stack108
3.5.10 iROG Configuration109
3.5.11 ROG Connect109
3.5.12 LED Control110
3.6 monitor menu111
3.7 boots menu115
3.8 tools menu117
3.8.1 ASUS EZ speed 2 Utility117
3.8.2 ASUS SPD Information117
3.8.3 ASUS O.C. Profile118
3.8.4 GO switch File119
3.9 exit menu120
3.10 updating BIOS121
3.10.1 ASUS Update121
3.10.2 ASUS EZ speed 2124
3.10.3 ASUS CrashFree BIOS 3125
3.10.4 ASUS BIOS Updater126
Software support129
4.1 installing an operating system129
4.2 assistance DVD information129
4.2.1 running the support DVD129
4.2.2 Obtaining the software program manuals130
4.3 software program information131
4.3.1 AI Suite II131
4.3.2 TurboV EVO132
4.3.3 DIGI+ strength Control136
4.3.4 EPU140
4.3.5 fan Xpert141
4.3.6 Probe II142
4.3.7 Sensor Recorder143
4.3.8 USB 3.0 Boost145
4.3.9 Ai Charger+146
4.3.10 ASUS Update147
4.3.11 MyLogo148
4.3.12 USB BIOS remind Wizard150
4.3.13 Audio configurations152
4.3.14 ROG Connect155
4.3.15 GameFirst II157
RAID support159
5.1 RAID configurations159
5.1.1 RAID definitions159
5.1.2 installation Serial ATA hard disks160
5.1.3 setting the RAID item in BIOS160
5.1.4 AMD® choice ROM utility161
5.2 producing a RAID driver disk164
5.2.1 creating a RAID driver disk without entering the OS164
5.2.2 creating a RAID driver decaying in Windows®164
5.2.3 installation the RAID driver during Windows® OS installation165
5.2.4 using a USB floppy decaying drive166
Multiple GPU support169
6.1 AMD® CrossFireX™ technology169
6.1.1 Requirements169
6.1.2 before you begin169
6.1.3 Installing two CrossFireX™ graphic cards170
6.1.4 Installing 3 CrossFireX™ graphic cards171
6.1.5 installation the machine drivers172
6.1.6 enabling the AMD® CrossFireX™ technology172
6.2 NVIDIA® SLI™ technology174
6.2.1 Requirements174
6.2.2 Installing 2 SLI-ready graphic cards174
6.2.3 Installing 3 SLI-ready graphic cards175
6.2.4 installing the machine drivers176
6.2.5 enabling the NVIDIA® SLI™ technology177
Appendices179
Notices179