driver of asus motherboard ?

PachiMc

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hi! in asus driver in one section for example vga i have 3, this 3 are all the same with diferent driver or should i download the 3?

https://www.asus.com/latin/supportonly/MAXIMUS%20IX%20FORMULA/HelpDesk_Download/
for example on utility are all differents but on vga have like same versión for example 20.1 20.2
and then on chipset there is like 2 11.0 and 10.0 someone have some answer ? pls ;( ty
 
Your pic show one driver named Intel Chipset Driver dated 2017/07/19 version 10.1. It also shows two drivers named Management Engine Interface, the newest dated 2017/07/19 being version 11.7, and an older dated 2017/02/08 being version 11.6.
You would want the newest of the Management Engine Interface, and the Intel Chipset Driver.

You need to read the name/description of the driver, not only the version number.

Nigel
 

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Your motherboard should've come with a driver disk that you can use to install the basic, (most likely) outdated drivers.
As for the available drivers available for download, you should really only download the most recent ones and the ones that are supported for your system (example: you have Win 10, so you would install the "Intel Graphics Accelerator Driver/Improve system stability & Support Windows 10 latest version" for your system - if you needed it).
 

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ty but u didnt understand me let me show u



https://gyazo.com/59d6efbc36573f7726c8d1e3625f8bdf

as u can see there is a 11.6 version and 11.7 so i think is the same driver but the 10.1 ? is another ? beacause is with lather date than 11.6 and idk if is the same driver or other this hould have a list, but ty for answering!
 
Your pic show one driver named Intel Chipset Driver dated 2017/07/19 version 10.1. It also shows two drivers named Management Engine Interface, the newest dated 2017/07/19 being version 11.7, and an older dated 2017/02/08 being version 11.6.
You would want the newest of the Management Engine Interface, and the Intel Chipset Driver.

You need to read the name/description of the driver, not only the version number.

Nigel
 

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Version 6.0.1.8158
2017/06/07470.06 MBytes
Realtek Audio Driver
Realtek Audio Driver V6.0.1.8158 for Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit.

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Version 8090
2017/04/27459.48 MBytes
Audio Driver
Add RS2 support for Sonic Studio 3 and Sonic Radar 3.

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Version 6.0.1.7997
2017/01/10521.05 MBytes
Realtek High Definition Audio (WHQL)
Adds Advanced mode in Sonic Studio for Audio Routing Function.

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Version 6.0.1.7960
2017/01/05484.88 MBytes
Realtek Audio Driver V6.0.1.7960 for Windows 7 32-bit & 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit.

and here ? the first amnd the three are the same ?
 
It appears as if ASUS' latin page shows the drivers in a less obvious way. If you try their page ASUS.COM you may see what driver to use. (After all ASUS is a US based company.) Then you can download that version from the Latin page.
I suspect you want version 6.0.1.8158 dated 2017/06/07, since that is the newest.

Nigel
 

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