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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
I don't know what it is about Ai Suite II, but I have never seen it show correct temperatures. So, I recommend just uninstalling Ai Suite II (seriously) and only using Real Temp 3.67:

http://www.overclockers.com/forums/s...d.php?t=667250

If you want to keep Ai Suite II installed but make it stop starting with Windows, then let me know. I can show you the trick! It's not as simple as it might sound, but it's still easy to do (because there are only a few simple steps involved).



I don't know.
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Originally Posted by munaim1 View Post
I think it's:

Press the start button and type msconfig, go to the startup tab and look for AI Suite and untick
Lol, yeah but there are a lot of references to the suite and instead of disabling all maybe twocables has a better option.
Thanks anyway
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Hi all,

I am doing a lot of benching, and have come to the sad fact that later bios-versions sucks, when it comes to getting the last drops of performance out of the system. Maybe compatibility and stability adjustments have been a priority for ASUS, which make good sense, but for my benching it is just not really important.

Do anyone know where I can get older BIOS's versions for my P8Z68v pro board?

I can get 05xx from ASUS website, but what I am looking for is something older, like 02xx, 03xx, 04xx to find the best for my system.

/qwwwixz
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post #3283 of 9343
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Hi twocables,
yeah I'd like to know that as I use it from time to time but would likeit to stop starting with windows. And can I join?
Absolutely! However, don't do this if you want to use AI Suite II to make changes to your overclock or something. The reason is because it applies the changes during the Windows startup. To see what I mean, make an adjustment to your overclock in AI Suite II and then reboot into the UEFI and look for that change.

So in other words, AI Suite II is very much like video card overclocking software: the changes are always applied every time Windows launches the software during startup.

After following these instructions, launching it will always be on your terms.
  1. Open Task Scheduler (in Vista and 7, open the Start Menu, type task scheduler, and then press Enter)
  2. On the far left side, expand Task Scheduler Library
  3. Select "ASUS"
  4. In the middle, you'll see two Tasks named "ASUS AI Suite II Execute", and "ASUS DigiVRM Help"
  5. Right-click them and choose "Disable" (you can select both by holding down either Shift or Ctrl while selecting)
  6. Close Task Manager

Now AI Suite II will no longer start with Windows! The best part is that AI Suite II will not automatically undo the changes you made in Task Scheduler when you open it, so now it's just like any other program. You can also Shut Down or Restart while AI Suite II is running, and it will still not cause it to start with Windows.

However, there are still a bunch of processes that start with Windows and run in the background! Fortunately, you can change their behavior so that they don't start until you launch AI Suite II. Here's how:
  1. Open Services.msc (open the Start Menu, type services.msc, and then press Enter)
  2. Look for the following services:
    • ASUS Com Service
    • ASUS HM Com Service
    • ASUS System Control Service
  3. Change both "ASUS Com Service" and "ASUS HM Com Service" to Manual.
  4. Change "ASUS System Control Service" to Disabed.

So now when you open AI Suite II, it will start both "ASUS Com Service" and "ASUS HM Com Service". If these were set to Disabled, then you'd get an error.

Note: every single process that gets started by these two services will continue running even after completely exiting AI Suite II. So if you wanted to be in complete control and always stop them right after exiting AI Suite II, then go into Services.msc, right-click the two services we set to "manual", and then choose "Stop" right after exiting AI Suite II.



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Originally Posted by munaim1 View Post
I think it's:

Press the start button and type msconfig, go to the startup tab and look for AI Suite and untick
Yeah, but Msconfig is not for permanent changes. It is nothing more than a diagnostic tool that is used to make temporary changes to root out the cause of a problem. Afterward, everything must be set back to normal.
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Intel does their RMA's fast! I shipped my processor out on Friday last week and now they are shipping it back with UPS 2 day so it will be here tomorrow. I'm excited because I'm tired of using the laptop. They didn't say anything about what happened so hopefully they are shipping a new one back.
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I'm on the fence whether to switch to the MIVE(Z) or keep my ws revo

I know the rog boards are nice and fancy but I keep hearing the MIVE will handle my gpu setup better. I use to own a R3E, so I do have some experience with the rog boards. Same phase design I believe.

Thanks and + rep for helpful info.
post #3286 of 9343
Anyone know if it's possible to update the USB 3 drivers on the P67 boards with drivers listed on the Z68 pages (all Renesas)?
post #3287 of 9343
So far, I'm loving my P8P67 Pro
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So far, I'm loving my P8P67 Pro
What did you upgrade from? Noticed any better gaming performance VS previous system, even if using that 9800GTX +?
    
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post #3289 of 9343
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Originally Posted by qwwwizx View Post
Hi all,

I am doing a lot of benching, and have come to the sad fact that later bios-versions sucks, when it comes to getting the last drops of performance out of the system. Maybe compatibility and stability adjustments have been a priority for ASUS, which make good sense, but for my benching it is just not really important.

Do anyone know where I can get older BIOS's versions for my P8Z68v pro board?

I can get 05xx from ASUS website, but what I am looking for is something older, like 02xx, 03xx, 04xx to find the best for my system.

/qwwwixz
I basically have experiences the same thing as you! Older Bioses seem to give me a better OC/lower Vcores at higher clocks. Seems pretty strange. I've only tried 1504/17xx/1850 and the 1504 is the most stable at higher OCs with less Vcore!
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post #3290 of 9343
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Originally Posted by TFL Replica View Post
Anyone know if it's possible to update the USB 3 drivers on the P67 boards with drivers listed on the Z68 pages (all Renesas)?
Get them here. I have an updated list of all of the latest drivers and BIOSes.
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