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Allright, cheers! You had any problems with the ASUS P67's or are you really happy with them?
I'm really happy with Asus. And no problems mate
    
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Allright, cheers! You had any problems with the ASUS P67's or are you really happy with them?
I'm happy
I just got a second GTX480 for Sli
I Like Smileys :)
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I'm happy
I just got a second GTX480 for Sli
Nice mate
    
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Thanks for the response (+Rep)! Attleast, I get one here (different than the Gigabyte topic...)
But doesn't the marvell controls the S-ATA3 ports?
The Marvell controller is for the two navy blue Sata6Gb/s ports that are located on the far right of the Sata ports. It doesn't support Raid. The other Sata ports are controlled by the P67 chipset. The Marvell controller exists because of a limitation on the P67 chipset, and i recommend you don't use it unless its necessary.
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Make sure you use RealTemp 3.67(or higher) for better Sandy Bridge support. turrican9 should link it in the OP so i dont have to tell everyone. Here are the changes as far as i know:
-added Sandy Bridge VID / power consumption monitoring.
-added Sandy Bridge power limit adjustments if they are not locked by the bios.
-added ability to save the log file to a network computer.
-added Disable Turbo (IDA) option for Core 2 mobile CPUs.
-updated i7 Turbo GT program for Sandy Bridge CPUs.
-also updated the RTCore.dll RivaTuner plugin.
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I will consider leaving the OCN if not the Moderator status of justarealguy are removed. This guy is not suited to be a moderator. He abuses his powers. Several people have complained about this guy.

Unless he is removed as a moderator I will retire from the OCN.
Is he personally abusing you with his powers? And i haven't actually seen this guy so i don't know what hes done, but then again, i don't know many mods. And please don't leave OCN, we need you!
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No, the Asus ones do not have this problem. It may be a little delay if you leave the Marvell controller enabled. I only use the 6 native ports, and have a very fast boot.
I don't know if its just me, but i have had some VERY slow boot ups. For example, yesterday it took ~30secs to get past the POST screen, and it happened every time i restarted the computer. This wasn't the first time this has happened, but i think it was fixed with proper shutdown, then wait a bit, then turn it on again.
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Allright, cheers! You had any problems with the ASUS P67's or are you really happy with them?
No complaints here, but if i i would have gone with a deluxe or Z68 Pro for the extra phases, if i had the money, or waited for the Z68. Of course the Maximus Extreme is another amazing mobo... But ultimately it came down to timing and my budget, and this mobo is probably the best choice i made in my build.
Edited by nawon72 - 6/15/11 at 3:56pm
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Make sure you use RealTemp 3.67(or higher) for better Sandy Bridge support. turrican9 should link it in the OP.
http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...l#post13880649
    
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TPU only has 3.60. 3.67 can be found here:
http://www.overclock.net/12127918-post145.html
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TPU only has 3.60. 3.67 can be found here:
http://www.overclock.net/12127918-post145.html
Nice info Maybe you should be taking over this Club if I resign?
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Nice info Maybe you should be taking over this Club if I resign?
I don't think im active or knowledgeable enough. And at the current rate of questions, ill have a very hard time keeping up. But i can help out here and there. So you should find someone else who is on OCN a lot more than me, and has much more computer knowledge. Ill take that as a compliment though

Oh, and congratz on post #1337!
Edited by nawon72 - 6/15/11 at 4:31pm
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deleting post as I didnt read nawon723 post.
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post #1340 of 9343
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So I currently have a P67A-UD4 (not B3 yet) from Gigabyte and I'm trading it in soon (Intel return thingy).
Now, I'm thinking about getting either another Gigabyte or getting back to Asus.
But what I am wondering:
Do the ASUS mobos have problems with LONG booting times too? My UD4 takes ages to complete a POST, I get a screen that shows "Booting Operating System" after (which takes ages too) and then the Windows boot starts...
Was this a common problem with all P67's or just the UD4?
how long is a "long" booting time on your gigabyte? with marvell disabled, it takes about 20~ secs from the time i press the power button up to the windows login screen on my board.
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