- Jul 26, 2018
- Asus Z370-A Prime II
- RX 580
- Mobile Phone
I'm planning to do a build with these components. I was wondering if this build can work using Intel's integrated graphic card or with a less expensive graphic card?
Oh absolutely. All you have to do is use the default setting and remove the Nvidiaweb drivers or any reference to the Nvida settings. Follow other Asus Prime guides that use the Intel chip GPU. That should work.
That's a bit odd. To enable the TB3 card to work, the first you need to do is have a working Windows 10 setup so that you can update the TB3 firmware on the card. No matter when you bought the card, the update is essential for it to work 100% in OSX. As my guide stated you need to upload the Asus TB3 firmware updates in numerical order, so that it activates properly (and make sure it is detected in the Asus TB3 properties in Windows). The second is that the PCI card should sit on the 3rd slot in the system (with the relevant wire plugged into the motherboard) for most of the functions to activate.
Sure thing!Hello, I’m having a lot of difficulty getting the thunderbolt working. I tried everything to get the ex 3 working, ended up returning for an alpine ridge and still no luck. Was wondering if you’d be able to shed some light on what bios version you’re running? I upgraded to the latest but have been trying to downgrade it and try other versions, would love to know yours. If you have any tips would be greatly appreciated. Btw everything else has been flawless for my setup so thank you!
Are you seeing the Apollo in Windows? If not then shutdown your computer. Unplug the power cable and wait around 30 seconds so all the power caps drain. I also like to push the on off button while unplugged to speed things up. Turn on the Apollo then boot your computer into Windows. Report back!
The whole thing as in uninstall the thunderbolt stuff again? I just unplugged the system for 30 seconds and turned back on with the thunderbolt boot option off a few times with no luck.Disable Thunderbolt Boot and restart the whole thing. I'll be around to help.
Also, do you mind telling me which bios you’re running? I’d love to eliminate that as a possible reasonThe whole thing as in uninstall the thunderbolt stuff again? I just unplugged the system for 30 seconds and turned back on with the thunderbolt boot option off a few times with no luck.