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And again it went over 1.5V. Also my Dram in bios is showing 1.665V & CPU Pll Voltage is 1.796V which is way too high no?
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post #2132 of 9344
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Originally Posted by Kinslayer View Post
And again it went over 1.5V. Also my Dram in bios is showing 1.665V & CPU Pll Voltage is 1.796V which is way too high no?
Let's just do those steps above first and see if all of these things remain true. If not, then we might have discovered a bug as well as a workaround.
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post #2133 of 9344
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Let's just do those steps above first and see if all of these things remain true. If not, then we might have discovered a bug as well as a workaround.
Did what you said but at least now its staying at 350 for that one setting but everything else is the same. CPU Voltage in Bios has been around 1.432V now for the last few tests. Its going over 1.5V in cpuz again as well. The only setting I had to change was the offset voltage, everything else remaind the same btw.
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post #2134 of 9344
Ay, yi, yi. I hope I get some help soon. hehe I'm sorry. I just feel like I'm running out of ideas.

So I suppose for now we should change CPU Voltage back to Manual Mode, and then try 1.370 to see if that results in 1.368V like I think you had before - especially now that everything else is set for 4.8GHz.
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post #2135 of 9344
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post

They load a little faster, but they're still taking a long time to load. So maybe it's time to start using ImageShack or something.
Will consider that.

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I confess that I forgot all about that.

It sounds to me like maybe the motherboard might need to be replaced because after all, you found the EPS12V cable melted onto the connector.
I'm also thinking that it really could be the MB is damaged to much.
but I don't want to shoot empty powder as I don't have much money left
Either way what board you suggest me?
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post #2136 of 9344
Ok no worriest. I'll give that a shot Do I still leave all the settings you told me as is? like the 350, enabling everything you told me?
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post #2137 of 9344
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Will consider that.



I'm also thinking that it really could be the MB is damaged to much.
but I don't want to shoot empty powder as I don't have much money left
Either way what board you suggest me?
The P8P67 EVO of course.

Nah, but seriously: even after this experience, I would still like to see you get another P8P67 board, but perhaps the Pro this time.


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Ok no worriest. I'll give that a shot Do I still leave all the settings you told me as is? like the 350, enabling everything you told me?
I would. It'll be 4.8 GHz. That would be like me using 4.7 GHz.
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I would. It'll be 4.8 GHz. That would be like me using 4.7 GHz.[/QUOTE]

Bah..not sure whats going on with the bios but everytime I save it as 1.37V it goes back to auto after saving it. When I switch to EZ mode it still shows 1.432V. I go back and its showing the same thing. I save it as 1.37V and I don't see any difference now at all cpuz voltage is still all over the place and its going over 1.5V
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post #2139 of 9344
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The P8P67 EVO of course.

Nah, but seriously: even after this experience, I would still like to see you get another P8P67 board, but perhaps the Pro this time.
I'm thinking the same Evo or Pro or even the Deluxe again
Actually there are so many boards to choose from that it's confusing.

Well nothing is forever sooner or later something would have happened as this is OCing and that's risk you need to take.
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I'm thinking the same Evo or Pro or even the Deluxe again
Actually there are so many boards to choose from that it's confusing.

Well nothing is forever sooner or later something would have happened as this is OCing and that's risk you need to take.
I'm chose the EVO because it has the look of the Deluxe (extra heatsink) without the price, the unnecessary 16+2 phase design (I'm only using air cooling), and the unnecessary 8-layer PCB (again, only air cooling here hehehe).
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