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post #4251 of 9343
I just ran Intel Burn Test to see my temps.

Results:


I was watching CPU-Z, and my core speed only went up to 3512.1 MHz. Um........I thought it was supposed to boost up to 3.8 MHz. Can someone help me please?
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Just got my p8 Z68 V-Pro in the other day! Still have a few more parts before i can get it all going!
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post #4253 of 9343
Hello all...

Glad to be here, great forum.

Having an issue with the P8Z68 Deluxe. I have gotten it to over clock to 4.3Ghz overclock using the info from this forum and a Newegg video as I am new to the Sandy Brisge platform and the UEFI BIOS, otherwise I am old hat at this stuff.

Using an "alternate" OS so doing everything inside BIOS. I had it as I said once at 4.3 but it seems like every time I set the settings for an OC and save/restart, it simply loses it's settings and goes back to 3.4Ghz on reboot. Before I ever even get to an OS boot, the BIOS says 3.4.

Using a 2600K and 16GB of G-Skill 1866 RAM, with the latest (0706) and am quite simply a little stumped.

Any suggestions would be most appreciated, thanks.

Chris @ WholeApple
post #4254 of 9343
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Originally Posted by WholeApple View Post
Hello all...

Glad to be here, great forum.

Having an issue with the P8Z68 Deluxe. I have gotten it to over clock to 4.3Ghz overclock using the info from this forum and a Newegg video as I am new to the Sandy Brisge platform and the UEFI BIOS, otherwise I am old hat at this stuff.

Using an "alternate" OS so doing everything inside BIOS. I had it as I said once at 4.3 but it seems like every time I set the settings for an OC and save/restart, it simply loses it's settings and goes back to 3.4Ghz on reboot. Before I ever even get to an OS boot, the BIOS says 3.4.

Using a 2600K and 16GB of G-Skill 1866 RAM, with the latest (0706) and am quite simply a little stumped.

Any suggestions would be most appreciated, thanks.

Chris @ WholeApple
Hey Chris! Welcome to Overclock.net!

What are all of your settings in Ai Tweaker (in the UEFI of course) right now?
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post #4255 of 9343
Hi guys im having a problem with my P8Z68-V Pro, sometimes while listening music in Winamp the sound stop 2 seconds like when hit the Pause button and then it starts again, i've read that it's a problem some people have but i did not read about anything to fix it :/ anyone knows about it or have the same issue? Thanks for any help.
post #4256 of 9343
Hey guys, I have a quick question regarding the P8P67 Pro:

Are the red USBs in the back capable of providing power (i.e. charging an iPod)? I'm asking this because I accidentally plugged in one of my external HDDs into one of the red USBs without realizing it -- kind of scared that it may have given it extra power than needed (FWIW, the external HDD gets its power from an electrical socket, not USB).

Thanks guys!
post #4257 of 9343
Just put together my sig system with the p8Z68 V-Pro.
No pics yet as i've got to tidy up the wiring.

Is there a certain amount of time you should wait for everything to settle before overclocking? I've heard the TIM needs time to cure.
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post #4258 of 9343
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Originally Posted by alexman View Post
Hey guys, I have a quick question regarding the P8P67 Pro:

Are the red USBs in the back capable of providing power (i.e. charging an iPod)? I'm asking this because I accidentally plugged in one of my external HDDs into one of the red USBs without realizing it -- kind of scared that it may have given it extra power than needed (FWIW, the external HDD gets its power from an electrical socket, not USB).

Thanks guys!
All USB sockets provide power. The different color ports are for USB 3 and USB 2
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post #4259 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by nekromantik View Post
All USB sockets provide power. The different color ports are for USB 3 and USB 2
Actually not quite accurate.

Blue= USB 3.0
Red= Powered (Higher Powered to charge iPad, etc.) USB 2.0
Black= USB 2.0

Actually was wondering, I read something about a hub hooked up causing issues, wonder if this could be the cause of my BIOS not holding its' settings?

Hmm the mystery goes on...

Chris@WholeApple
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Originally Posted by WholeApple View Post
Actually not quite accurate.
Actually was wondering, I read something about a hub hooked up causing issues, wonder if this could be the cause of my BIOS not holding its' settings?

Hmm the mystery goes on...

Chris@WholeApple
Hey Chris,
Have you verified your clock in windows using CPUZ? The Asus P8Z68-V Pro shows the stock clock settings for my 2600k. CPUZ in windows shows the actual clock. If you go into your advanced settings, AI Tweaker at the top, that should show your accurate target clock speed. I have only had issues with the BIOS not holding OC settings if windows failed to boot. Just out of curiousity, what version of the BIOS are you using?
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