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post #3301 of 9343
Hello, what better BIOS for P8Z68-V Pro?

Thank you.
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post #3302 of 9343
Hi everyone,

In the last few weeks I had the following problem 2 times while booting:
BIOS showed a message, that overclocking failed and prompted for pressing F1 to get into setup.

After exiting setup without changing anything it booted up correctly. It could be, that this 2 times were after a hardware change, but I do not really remember.

Is this normal or should I consider changing bios options to fix this, if it occurs again ? The first time I thought, it could be cause of PLL overvoltage being off and I switched it on. The config is 17h+ prime 6gb custom stable and does not have any other stability problems.
     
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Hi guys,

After years of computing on low rate computers, I have spend money on a "super wink.gif" computer (Asus P8Z68 Deluxe, Intel 2600k, 8Gb Patriot 1600 memory, 2TB raid0 WD disks + Intel SSD 120 GB (64Gb Irst, 48Gb boot), Asus Nvidia GTX580. Now I want to learn to get the most out of the beast.

rgds,

Hmar
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post #3304 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by hmar;14718321 
Hi guys,

After years of computing on low rate computers, I have spend money on a "super wink.gif" computer (Asus P8Z68 Deluxe, Intel 2600k, 8Gb Patriot 1600 memory, 2TB raid0 WD disks + Intel SSD 120 GB (64Gb Irst, 48Gb boot), Asus Nvidia GTX580. Now I want to learn to get the most out of the beast.

rgds,

Hmar

Hi,

pretty nice rig. Those Sandy Bridge CPUs have great overclocking capabilities. I would suggest, that you grab TwoCables settings template from one of the first posts of this thread and config your bios according to this.

Afterwards you should try testing stability using Prime95 and do a torture test. Config: 8 threads, Blend or custom with 6000mb and all other values on default. If this test runs for a few hours, you get an idea if the system is stable or not. If the test runs 12h+ without any error, you can consider your system to be stable.

While testing you should monitor core temps using RealTemp, should not be too high (80°C or more), but opinions about temps differ.
     
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post #3305 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fguarezi;14713987 
Hello, what better BIOS for P8Z68-V Pro?

Thank you.

Welcome to OCN buddy grouphug.gif

As for your question I don't know the best but the latest BIOS is 0606, which can be found here

Also please fill out your sys specs in here http://www.overclock.net/specs.php?do=addsystem
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post #3306 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by Eaglake;14718884 
Welcome to OCN buddy grouphug.gif

As for your question I don't know the best but the latest BIOS is 0606, which can be found here

Also please fill out your sys specs in here http://www.overclock.net/specs.php?do=addsystem

Thank you.

Want to know what bios is more stable overclock.

Sorry my English.

I'm from Brazil.
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post #3307 of 9343
Hi guys, What options I can turn off in bios to reduce the post loading screens. I get so many of them I was wondering if any of them are not needed. That will give me a lower boot time!

Thank you so much!
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post #3308 of 9343
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Originally Posted by doc2142;14724816 
Hi guys, What options I can turn off in bios to reduce the post loading screens. I get so many of them I was wondering if any of them are not needed. That will give me a lower boot time!

Thank you so much!
These. smile.gif Although, it does depend on you as well because you could be using some of these things (Note: I have the EVO, so you may see some different options):

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In addition, I recommend disabling Full Screen Logo in the Boot tab. If you do this, then I recommend holding down Del while the motherboard is rebooting to get into the UEFI. When the POST information disappears, you can let go of the Del key.
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post #3309 of 9343
hi all...i've had my p8p67 pro for about 4 months now on my first build...couldn't be happier.

i have since removed all the blue anodizing and covered/painted every port black. i hope you can forgive me tongue.gif

i suppose i could have just gotten a mobo that had the color scheme i went with, but i never even knew about modding until after i bought everything. So again, just introducing myself.
Edited by PB4UGO - 8/26/11 at 9:28pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by doc2142;14724816 
Hi guys, What options I can turn off in bios to reduce the post loading screens. I get so many of them I was wondering if any of them are not needed. That will give me a lower boot time!

Thank you so much!

I disabled some things in BIOS to save time on boot but now I'm getting double boot lachen.gif
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