ASUS T.Probe
The onboard T.Probe microchip detects and balances power phase loading
and temperature in real-time. This feature optimizes the power phase functions,
allowing components to run at lower temperatures and extending their lifespan.
You can monitor the power phase loading and temperature in the Windows®
environment with the bundled T.Probe application
Installing ASUS T.Probe
To install ASUS T.Probe on your computer
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Place the support DVD to the optical drive. The Drivers installation tab
appears if your computer has an enabled Autorun feature.
Click the Utilities tab, and then click ASUS T.Probe.
Follow the screen instructions to complete installation.
Before using ASUS T.Probe
You have to configure BIOS settings before using ASUS T.Probe.
1.
Press <Del> during the Power-On Self Test (POST) to enter the Setup utility.
3.
Save BIOS settings and restart the computer.
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Set the T.Probe item in the Advanced menu to [Enabled]
Refer to Chapter 3 of the motherboard user manual for detailed instructions of
BIOS settings
Using ASUS T.Probe
Click the T.Probe icon in the Windows® notification area
to launch the T.Probe application.
With T.Probe enabled, the temperature of the
power phase gradually levels to the center AVG
(average) area.
With T.Probe enabled, select “Power Saving
Mode” on the top-right corner to switch to four
phase mode. The temperature of the power
phase gradually levels to the center AVG
(average) area.
The number of the phase bars varies depending on motherboard model.
ASUS T.Probe
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