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Originally Posted by MercurySteam;15407628 
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-general/910467-ultimate-sandy-bridge-oc-guide-p67a.html

Good luck.

Thank you. So your suggestion is basically install the latest software and overclock the CPU with it. I hope the interface is noob friendly.

If I can overclock safely to 4.0+ from the stock 3.0 than this should be enough for me. And it seems that the software can handle it.
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Originally Posted by hmar;15405656 
Wow, you are at the "dark site" smile.gif . Normally the stability test is a looong 12 hours.

yea but during that 12 hours you hit your peak temp and thats what im wondering was how long it takes to hit that temp. this way i will know that i dont have to worry about temps and can just let it do its thing.
    
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Originally Posted by iARDAs;15407686 
Thank you. So your suggestion is basically install the latest software and overclock the CPU with it. I hope the interface is noob friendly.

If I can overclock safely to 4.0+ from the stock 3.0 than this should be enough for me. And it seems that the software can handle it.

Overclocking has never been easier
You can get 4.2GHz without bumping voltages (at least that's it in my case)
Just put the core multiplier 42 and BLCK @100MHz and "presto changio" you all set.
AI suites interface is quite understandable, easy to work with. But the auto OC feature should work also although I've never used it.
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Added you to the Club! Welcome! smile.gif

I'm posting your pictures here, because I can't link to my PM. Will add a link behind your nick pointing to this post and your pictures smile.gif


MercurySteam's ASUS P8Z68-V PRO system:

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What is the default value of VCCIO when it is set to Auto in the BIOS?

When I clear the RTC RAM by using the jumper in the motherboard, I get "press F1 to recover settings" during POST. And when I press F1, it still has all settings and time intact. Is this normal? I expect it to lose all the settings, right? The only thing this happens is when I remove the actual CMOS battery. Is there some BOIS settings backup that kicks into place when I use the jumper?

Is it normal for the DRAM_LED to light up for about 2 seconds when you turn on the computer?
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Originally Posted by Eaglake;15408046 
Overclocking has never been easier
You can get 4.2GHz without bumping voltages (at least that's it in my case)
Just put the core multiplier 42 and BLCK @100MHz and "presto changio" you all set.
AI suites interface is quite understandable, easy to work with. But the auto OC feature should work also although I've never used it.

Thank you..

Actually now i have a better undestanding over OCing via BIOS but at first i might just go with this method.

Perhaps i will OC and change the voltage if i ever need it in the future.

But again, i might just do it tomorrow.

Sux to be undecided.
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Originally Posted by Trippen Out;15407886 
yea but during that 12 hours you hit your peak temp and thats what im wondering was how long it takes to hit that temp. this way i will know that i dont have to worry about temps and can just let it do its thing.

I got mine between 2 and 3 hours testing. But normally when the temperatures are going to high the processor is trottling back. I have a lazy core 1, he is lagging some cycles, 4.6 is to high. My processor runs now 4.5, I can boot it on 5.1 (VCC = 1.640V) but than temps are going sky high. Proof of 12 hours Prime95:
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Will the Asus P8P67 Pro support 22nm Ivy Bridge Processors? Also, will it be able to run full Pci-Express 3.0 in the future or will it be a gimped version?
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Originally Posted by SkillzKillz;15410489 
Will the Asus P8P67 Pro support 22nm Ivy Bridge Processors? Also, will it be able to run full Pci-Express 3.0 in the future or will it be a gimped version?

If I understand correctly we will be able to run IVY chips but we wouldn't be able to utilize all of it's new features for example PCI-E 3.0
On the other hand the newer Z68 chipset boards (some of them) and also the ones that have native support for PCI-E 3.0 will be able to run.
Correct me if I'm wrong but that's the way I understand this.
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I have a 2600k and ASUS P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 on its way. Cannot wait!!
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