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Just set up my P8P67 PRO and I am noticing this issue with speedstep as well, the fix posted to enable balanced power mode rather than performance has fixed it for now.

Thanks guys.
    
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This is where i am at now. after reading a lot of info in this thread. My question is while running prime 95. about how far into it will have to go before you see the max temp your gonna hit period? this is a pic of my current test and the max temps ive hit so far, on average they seam to stay about 69c or so.

yeah i know its kinda hard to read
    
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Just set up my P8P67 PRO and I am noticing this issue with speedstep as well, the fix posted to enable balanced power mode rather than performance has fixed it for now.

Thanks guys.
Ok. But AFAIK putting power options to high performance is recommended for desktop computers. So is this a common problem for ASUS boards? Because I have P8Z68 and still experience this problem.
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Does anyone know if Ivy Bridge is actually going to release at the end of the year?

Either way, I'm thinking the Gen 3 Z68 Deluxe version of these boards. Maybe I'll see y'all again later.
 
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Does anyone know if Ivy Bridge is actually going to release at the end of the year?
Look here:

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Intel also stated that Ivy bridge is on target for a late Q4 "qualification for sale", which means that Intel will be begin shipping final products to its customers in the second half of the quarter. This will allow Intel to maintain its tick-tock cadence and keep the claim that a production shrink has been introduced in yet another uneven year (and so that it can state that its 22 nm chips were released in 2011). Of course, that does not mean that you will be able to buy those chips in 2011. According to Otellini, first Ivy Bridge systems should become available in Spring 2012.

Link: http://www.tomshardware.com/news/ivy...tor,13753.html

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yeah i know its kinda hard to read
Wow, you are at the "dark site" . Normally the stability test is a looong 12 hours.
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Does anyone know if Ivy Bridge is actually going to release at the end of the year?
Maybe you will find this interesting.

http://www.maximumpc.com/article/new...y_bridge_march
    
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Maybe you will find this interesting.

http://www.maximumpc.com/article/new...y_bridge_march
Aww
I was really looking forward to get IVY this year
On the other hand maybe I could finally get a new GPU for this beastie.

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post #4539 of 9343
Finally the correct thread.
Hey there folks.

I asked this questions in a wrong thread and asking them here again


I currently have a Asus p8Z68V-LE motherboard. It is coming tomorrow with my new desktop

I asked it in a different topic but i did not get answers.

Do you have the CD installed in your desktops? The CD that came with the motherboard?

Can i overclock the CPU safely with this software?

Is there a guide in this motherboard that explains how to overclock?

Thank you all in advance.
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Finally the correct thread.
Hey there folks.

I asked this questions in a wrong thread and asking them here again


I currently have a Asus p8Z68V-LE motherboard. It is coming tomorrow with my new desktop

I asked it in a different topic but i did not get answers.

Do you have the CD installed in your desktops? The CD that came with the motherboard?

Can i overclock the CPU safely with this software?

Is there a guide in this motherboard that explains how to overclock?

Thank you all in advance.
The CD that comes with the mobo will have everything you could possibly want and more (included in ASUS AI Suite II). The AI Suite has 'Auto System Level Up" which gives you a stable 4.4GHz OC on a 2600K, plus BIOS has OC Tuner which is a BIOS based overclocking tool similar to the Auto-Tweaker, though I have no idea how well either works on a 2500K.

You won't find any guides in the manual about manually overclocking as ASUS won't take responsibility for things that may go wrong. There is a guide right here on OCN that should help though: http://www.overclock.net/intel-gener...uide-p67a.html

Good luck.
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