I have the same issue. My motherboard is ASUSTek too
Hello Milton /Marcel,
We as Intel® provide the components for other Computer Manufacture so they can design and create their own systems including special features and limitations. This is why is very important to install the drivers from the Computer Manufacture. These drivers can be provided by the Computer Manufacture only.
The Generic driver you can test is the Graphics driver and can be downloaded at this link:
The problem I have with the manufacturer drivers is that they are not up to date. For the graphics driver I have a nvidia graphics card manufactured by asus, but for the driver I go to the nvidia website to get it as i would with the chipset drivers. I have installed the drivers on the motherboard CD originally and updated the drivers from here and can notice a difference in system performance. I don't see any yellow icons in my device manager so I think I should be fine using these drivers.
Intel Chipset Device software 10.0.20 -> 10.0.27
Intel Rapid Storage Technology 220.127.116.118 -> 18.104.22.1682
Intel USB 3.0 eXtensible host driver 22.214.171.124 -> 126.96.36.199
Intel Management Engine Interface 10.0.0.1204 -> 10.0.38.1036
Intel(R) Gigabit Ethernet Driver 188.8.131.52 -> 184.108.40.206
the versions printed in bold are the versions i updated to. I don't use any special features from asus like their overclocking utilities and what not since they hog up system performance, I just want the essential chipset drivers. Will these do?
I would stick with the USB 3.0 drivers on ASUS, or download 220.127.116.11 from Intel download center, I had horrible experiences with 18.104.22.168. I play CS:GO, and my sensor would spazz out. Intel RST, 22.214.171.1241 seems to be the most stable/best performance. Intel ME, usually comes from a windows update, 10.0.30.1054 for me. I have the Asus Z97-AR, so we have the same drivers pretty much listed on ASUS's website.