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I have mine too. But I am worried about this motherboard. It seems to have a bad rep for killing your CPU and ram.

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No p67 board can sleep with PLL overvoltage enabled.
Can you guys expand on this? I use sleep all the time on my current setup, and not having the ability to do so on SB may turn me away.

So can I still get a decent OC (~4.5ghz) without PLL overvoltage?

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Any recommended settings for the Bios? At the moment I want to have the clocks at stock, but want everything set so there are no hang ups or crashes due to unnecessary settings.

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How is new BIOS p8p67 deluxe ??? any improve ???

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Can you guys expand on this? I use sleep all the time on my current setup, and not having the ability to do so on SB may turn me away.

So can I still get a decent OC (~4.5ghz) without PLL overvoltage?
4.6GHz was my limit with PPL Overvoltage disabled. Anything higher required it enabled to get into Windows.

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Any recommended settings for the Bios? At the moment I want to have the clocks at stock, but want everything set so there are no hang ups or crashes due to unnecessary settings.
My advice would be to set your ram voltage/timings manually or use an XMP profile if available. I was having issues with BSOD's with everything set to Auto. Went away once I set it up manually.


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Any recommended settings for the Bios? At the moment I want to have the clocks at stock, but want everything set so there are no hang ups or crashes due to unnecessary settings.
Turn off all the eco garbage and run that beast oc'd 24/7 like a man!
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Turn off all the eco garbage and run that beast oc'd 24/7 like a man!
Reps to both of you. That's what I figured. I am going to OC the bad boy as soon as I get the Noctua NH-D14. My Dark Knight cooler has the temps at 44-45c just in Bios.

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Can you guys expand on this? I use sleep all the time on my current setup, and not having the ability to do so on SB may turn me away.

So can I still get a decent OC (~4.5ghz) without PLL overvoltage?
It just isn't possible. All CPUs have a "Mhz wall"--people seem to think that its a multiplier wall, but in fact it's not. Because you will run into the SAME wall if you try to use BCLK to pass the mhz. Internal PLL Overvoltage is a MSR bit inside the CPU that does something that allows you to bypass that initial multiplier/mhz limit (Intel won't say what it does, and it is NOT a voltage; the CPU PLL voltage was measured with a DMM with and without Internal PLL Overvoltage enabled/disabled, and this voltage remained the same (1.8v). Turning on internal pll overvoltage unlocks a higher frequency, between +5 to +6 higher multiplierrs worth of mhz.

The problem is, when S3 Sleep is activated, this bit is cleared, and the CPU will not power back on if it is beyond the PLL disabled mhz wall. It won't power on, because this is not a voltage. So the CPU can't reinitialize itself.
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