This forum is for the support of Intel's Desktop Board products; it is NOT for the support of third-party motherboards.
For issues related to your motherboard, regardless of type, your motherboard manufacturer (in this case Asus) should be your primary point of contact.
That said, you should do two things,
Whenever you purchase a new motherboard, the first thing you should do is throw away any driver CDs that came with it. Why? Because the drivers on these CDs will invariably be out of date. As well, these CDs are often the source for bloatware that you really do not want on your system.
You should always get the latest drivers (and BIOS!) from the support page for your motherboard on your motherboard manufacturer's website. These will be the latest available that have been validated on your motherboard.