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Originally Posted by awf;13790659 
I would like to join too, just finished and tweaking my P8P67 Rev3.1 build.

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Welcome to the Club mate ! smile.gif I'll add you right away ! wink.gif
    
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post #1072 of 9343
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Originally Posted by turrican9;13790587 
If you want lesser Vdrop, you use a higher LLC. So LLC 50% would be better then LLC 0% in this case. Most of us use LLC at Ultra hight to get lesser Vdrop.
More info that I should have added, and may change your decision:
OC1 - 4.6GHz, Offset +0.095V, Normal LLC(0%), 12h+ P95 Blend, has frequent Vcore spike to 1.37V-1.4V while idle
OC2 - 4.6GHz, Offset +0.030V, High LLC(50%), 12h+ P95 Blend
Both have about the same average temp(~65*C) and Vcore(~1.34V) under load. If you need more info let me know. And im asking this because i thought LLC will reduce the life of the chip more than no LLC.
Edited by nawon72 - 6/8/11 at 3:56pm
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Why did you pick this Asus board over others? I am on the fence between this and the ASRock Z68 Extreme4.

I am very interested in your opinion.
    
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Hey i have the P8P67-M Pro since launch just had ASUS send me my B3 revision. I disabled the marvel controller but i cant remember the other thing i need to disable to get the CPU Fan Error on boot up to go away. Can someone please tell me what i need to disable
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Originally Posted by RAFFY;13792312 
Hey i have the P8P67-M Pro since launch just had ASUS send me my B3 revision. I disabled the marvel controller but i cant remember the other thing i need to disable to get the CPU Fan Error on boot up to go away. Can someone please tell me what i need to disable

go to thermal and volt readings and switch cpu fan reading to ignored.
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post #1076 of 9343
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Originally Posted by munaim1;13792701 
go to thermal and volt readings and switch cpu fan reading to ignored.

Thermal and volting reading doesn't prevent a cooked chip?
post #1077 of 9343
well gents consider me in just bit the bullet and picked up a p8z68-v pro to go along with my 2600k hopefully have it up and running tomorrow(to tired to pull apart current rig for the power supply and video card's)
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Can I join the club? Just set up my new 2600k build today and it's running fantastic. Will do some OCing tomorrow smile.gif
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post #1079 of 9343
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Originally Posted by mr. biggums;13793679 
well gents consider me in just bit the bullet and picked up a p8z68-v pro to go along with my 2600k hopefully have it up and running tomorrow(to tired to pull apart current rig for the power supply and video card's)
Welcome to the Club! smile.gif I'll add you in a moment wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Yvese;13794381 
Can I join the club? Just set up my new 2600k build today and it's running fantastic. Will do some OCing tomorrow smile.gif
Welcome to you too ! smile.gif Add you right away !

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Originally Posted by Sabot;13791916 
Why did you pick this Asus board over others? I am on the fence between this and the ASRock Z68 Extreme4.

I am very interested in your opinion.
This is not the place to come asking why you should pick ASUS over other brands, this is the place to come join when you have a ASUS board wink.gif

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Originally Posted by nawon72;13791498 
More info that I should have added, and may change your decision:
OC1 - 4.6GHz, Offset +0.095V, Normal LLC(0%), 12h+ P95 Blend, has frequent Vcore spike to 1.37V-1.4V while idle
OC2 - 4.6GHz, Offset +0.030V, High LLC(0%), 12h+ P95 Blend
Both have about the same average temp(~65*C) and Vcore(~1.34V) under load. If you need more info let me know. And im asking this because i thought LLC will reduce the life of the chip more than no LLC.
I don't understand... Both you're overclocks are 4.6GHz and both use LLC 0%, but are using different Offset, and you are getting the same Load Vcore on both??
Edited by turrican9 - 6/8/11 at 6:19am
    
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Originally Posted by Sabot;13791916 
Why did you pick this Asus board over others? I am on the fence between this and the ASRock Z68 Extreme4.

I am very interested in your opinion.

Nice bios, got the features that I need for cheap...and nice mobo color:laugher:
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