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    Default Asus AI Suite

    How many of you use, or don't use the AI suite on your Asus MB and why or why not ?

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    Default Re: Asus AI Suite

    i used it on my old amd build. just for fan control though.
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: Asus AI Suite

    I use it Although I know that many do not. Older versions used to be real buggy but not so much anymore.

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    Default Re: Asus AI Suite

    im using it to manage my fans atm...used it a bit to OC when i was first getting in to that. The bios update function it is is also easy to use

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    Default Re: Asus AI Suite

    I only use it when I'm tweaking setting in overclocking. It's nice to adjust settings while prime is running without having to go back and forth out of the bios. Once my overclock is set though, I don't use it anymore. Even my fan settings I set in the bios. I don't uninstall though because it doesn't seem to mess with any other programs so I'm ok with it just sitting there.
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    Default Re: Asus AI Suite

    I used to use it, then decided against it. It got a bit annoying to be honest. I found myself trying to get around it most of the time and it was just a nuisance. Sure, it may be helpful in those specific times when you need a display of information on temps or speeds, but there are better programs that you can use which give you more information and only open up when you need them like hwinfo or similar. In short, it has a lot of very useful items in it, but at the same time, it is not always needed and can get in the way.

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    Default Re: Asus AI Suite

    I use it when I am experimenting with some overclock settings. Direct access to LLC, multiplier, VCore, etc right from the desktop is really nice and works very smoothly on my Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 board. If I don't need it though I just close the program down.

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    Default Re: Asus AI Suite

    I use it for an x58 system and an x79. The key feature for me is fan control, with a user defined profile (which can't be done in the BIOS itself). The idea being there is no need to have fans running maxed when idling. So they spool up / down based on thermal readings. Reliable. No problems.

    Used the integrated Turbo V overclocking tool a couple times, but not much; I tend to make direct changes to the BIOS instead.
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    Default Re: Asus AI Suite

    I'd like to use it but have never been able to get it to install correctly with my Crosshair Formula V. It's a know problem with no real solution. Stuff about it all over Asus forums.
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