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Asus TUF Sabertooth X99, Military Tough

Asus Sabertooth X99 BIOS

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The Sabertooth X99 Bios is almost identical to the Asus X99 Deluxe with a little different color scheme. This is the Main UEFI BIOS Screen

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AI Tweaker Main Screen

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AI Tweaker 2 (Scrolled down)

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AI Tweaker 3 (Scrolled Down)

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Advanced (Top Screen)

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Advanced PCH and PCI Express Screen

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Advanced / PCH Storage Config

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Advanced / System Agent Configuration

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Advanced / USB Configuration

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Advanced / Platform Misc Configuration

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Advanced / Onboard Devices Configuration

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Advanced APM Configuration


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Advanced / Network Stack Configuration

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Advanced / NVME Configuration

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Monitor Page

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Monitor Page 2 (scrolled down)

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Monitor Page 3 (scrolled Down)

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Monitor Page 4 (Scrolled down)

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Boot Page (Top)

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Boot Page 2 (Scrolled down)

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Boot Page 3 (Bottom)

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Tool Page

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Tools / Easy Flash Utility

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Tool / Overclocking Profiles

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Tool / Overclocking Profile (Bottom of page)

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Tool / SPD Info

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Exit Screen

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2 comments

  1. OK, you win if you live in the Sonoran desert you need dust covers. But if not, it is a gimmick. I have filters on my case for that purpose.

    • The Sabertooth is a board designed for extreme conditions not your average every day user. It’d dust covers and prevention measures will be of some help but limited help. It just happens to be about the only option for extreme conditions. I’ve worked on machines that came back out of the Gulf War(s) laptop and desktop and you work on them sitting on a tarp because sand and debris will be pouring out, you take them outside and hit them with filtered compressor air. There’s a place for the Sabertooth it might not be your house but it’s one of the favorites of harsh condition motherboards and does in fact outlast other unprotected boards. If your not in that environment then buy an alternative by all means, if you have dust, spider web or other conditions like not planning on blowing the dust out every 6 months then maybe the Sabertooth is for you.

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