ASUS MAXIMUS IV EXTREME-Z RENESAS USB 3.0 DRIVER DETAILS:
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ASUS MAXIMUS IV EXTREME-Z RENESAS USB 3.0 DRIVER
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These polymer capacitors help to reduce fast transient spikes and have very low ESR, about 1. This voltage adjustable from BIOS, in range 0. Both FETs able to push more than 60A.
Input capacitor - 2 x uF 16V, output - two uF 3V caps. Each phase use small 1uH inductors for energy storage. Its power should be as clean as possible to have highest stability achievable. This voltage adjustable from BIOS, in range 1.
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Power supply controlled by uPI uP There are four input capacitors, uF 6. Standard voltage level for NF is 1. No need for insane power here. Inductors used in both convertors are 2. In Asus Maximus IV Extreme-Z Renesas USB 3.0 it's same as PCH power power solution. There is pair of uF bulk caps for decoupling near by. It's voltage not adjustable from BIOS. Output voltages usually vary from 1. Add-on ports and controllers Both boards have USB 3.
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Vcore Main VRM covered under nice-looking heatsink with "7" labeling. UD5 have blue decoration and "5". I like the design of new P67A boards, they look much more high-end than previous cyan boards. Lots of inductor coils. Looks great, but none of consumer PWM power controller support 24 phase operation directly. Most advanced devices, like Volterra MF able to control 10 phases. So we have here phase split, when one PWM channel used to control more than one physical Asus Maximus IV Extreme-Z Renesas USB 3.0 circuitry.
By simple calculation we get here 6-channel PWM topology. But if you add something at one side, it's always a sacrifice in something other.
Let me show schematic view, where topology will look like this: There is no technical need to make such complex system. Having more phases does not mean that CPU will get more power. Multi-phase systems made because it's simpler to spread big high-current load to separate nodes, so each node converts only part of whole power needed.
But having too much nodes may lead to excessive noise and voltage deviation, because it's more difficult to control many nodes with high-speed PWM channels. As in general it's better to have some golden middle solution. So looks like customer pays his dollars for lots of inductors, power chips, passives just to have nice looking thing, but not for actual performance. We will check if this statement true or false during practical test.
Quite crazy to make such a complex topology, if you ask me. Voltage adjustable from BIOS, in range 0. System agent power SA Voltage is adjustable, in range 0. Nothing interesting else to say about, this PWM chip is already known by other Gigabyte boards and high-end videocards. Each FET can push 20A.
Input capacitance is 2 x uF 16V, output is decoupled by three uF, total uF. Had no need to desolder battery holder to read PWM marking. Thread: ROG maximus IV extreme-z USB Driver problem Asus Maximus IV Extreme-Z Renesas USB 3.0 version of the Renesas/NEC USB Controller drivers are you Maximus IV Extreme-Z USB - ROG. Asus Maximus IV Extreme-Z Renesas USB Driver · DOWNLOAD NOW. 1, downloads · Added on: June 20, · Manufacturer: Renesas.