ASUS Wi-Fi Engine can transform your computer into a router for sharing an internet connection among all your mobile devices.
ASUS Ai Charger+ helps quickly recharge mobile gadgets.
ASUS USB Charger+ can recharge a mobile device from a dedicated USB port even when the computer is turned off or in standby.
ASUS USB 3.0 Boost can boost the data-transfer rate over USB using UASP or Turbo mode.
There’s another new tool here, called ASUS Network iControl. It can help you connect to the internet and manage bandwidth prioritization among different applications.
We’ve already tested ASUS SSD Caching, which is similar to Intel’s Smart Response technology and helps accelerate a conventional hard disk, connected to the Marvell 88SE9128 controller, by using an SSD as a cache.
There are two tools in the Monitor section: Sensor and CPU Frequency. You’ve already seen their screenshots above. The CPU Frequency window automatically opens to the right of ASUS TurboV EVO whereas the sensor data can be viewed in ASUS Fan Xpert 2, ASUS Probe II and ASUS Sensor Recorder. These two tools can be used as standalone utilities as well.
In the Update section: the ASUS Update tool does just what it names suggests, ASUS My Logo can change the startup picture, and ASUS USB BIOS Flashback can find and save a new BIOS version to a USB flash drive for further update.
Mainboard, CPU and memory parameters can be viewed in the System Information section.
The Settings section refers to the individual tools as well as to the ASUS AI Suite II shell in general.
The extensive capabilities of ASUS AI Suite II are impressive indeed. Unfortunately, the old problem of ASUS’s exclusive software persists: it does not uninstall correctly. When removed, these utilities leave a lot of folders with files and we can only imagine how much garbage remains forever in the Windows registry after them.