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post #5101 of 9343
Hello everyone!

Here is my system:

p8p67 evo
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ati radeon hd6950
2x4Gb corsair vangeance 1866Mhz 9-10-9-27 @1.5V = X.M.P
Thermaltake Toughpower
775 Watt

Today I was playing with OC under asusV evo:

BCLK: 106 MHz
turbo multiplier: 46x
Vcore: 1.37
all the other voltages at stock.
in the end:
cpu @ 4876MHz
mem@1978MHz
The Vcard was at stock for voltages (1V) and core and mem freq.

so all in all a mind overclocking.

prime95 was stable for 1 hour without error, memtest86+ also. cpu temp was aroud 76°C and cores 78-88°C under full load. motherboard temp <30°C.
Then I tried a graphical benchmarch software which I don't remember the name at the moment (the one with a village with a dragon statue on an island in the air) to test another aspect of stabiltiy.
During the test the CPU multiplier stayed at idle (16x), so no big temp or load on the CPU, but after 30sec or so the PC shut down without any obvious reason, no automatic restart.
When I tried to start it by pressing the power button on the case, I could ear the fans run for a fraction of a second then nothing. Second attempt nothing at all not even the noise of the fans.
I switched the PSU off, waited, switched on and power on: same thing, the fans just start to turn a bit then stop. Second attempt, nothing at all.
I opened the case, re-switch off and on the PSU. Power on from the MB: Just a quarter of a turn from the fans. No CPU/DIMM/VGA/BOOT LEDs light up at all on the MB.
I removed the Vcard, the MB battery, cleared the CMOS several time, removed all the power cord except the ones that power the MB and it still the same, just the CPU fan turnning not even for a complete revolution.
The PSU looks okay the alimentation led is on.

I will try to power on the MB when I remove what is left on it (CPU and MEM).
What LED should light up first? the CPU one?
Do you thing I fried my MB? I don't really see what went wrong, I didn't do extreme overclocking and I was not even stressing the CPU when it happened.
So to me the problem come from the MB or the PSU, but I don't have any spare of these two to test.
What would be your guess?

Thanx for your answer ans sorry if it's not post in the good section. sadsmiley.gif

EDIT: I removed the RAM. It doesn't change anything.
I checked the PSU with a multimeter by shorting green wire with a black on on the ATX power cord. As far as I can tell, the PSU is providing good voltages on the ATX and CPU power cord, but it's not underload, so it's not a proof that it's working proprely.
If I remove the powercord for the CPU (the 8 pin molex), the MB start and obvisouly throw a CPU led at me, as it's not powered.
Last thing: I removed the CPU and nothing at all happen, when I put the power. Is it normal, or the MB should start and light up the CPU led?
So now I doubt even more, maybe it's something wrong with the MB related to the CPU, maybe it's the CPU or the PSU that can not supply enough current to the CPU.

EDIT2: The PSU seems fine. The CPU powercord is able to light up a 20W halogen bulb, so the problem must be between the MB and CPU...how can I now which one is bad? I don't have any spare part for this...

Any input?
Edited by capflamme - 11/30/11 at 2:05am
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post #5102 of 9343
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Originally Posted by capflamme View Post

Hello everyone!
Here is my system:
p8p67 evo
i7 2600k
ati radeon hd6950
2x4Gb corsair vangeance 1866Mhz 9-10-9-27 @1.5V = X.M.P
Thermaltake Toughpower
775 Watt
Today I was playing with OC under asusV evo:
BCLK: 106 MHz
turbo multiplier: 46x
Vcore: 1.37
all the other voltages at stock.
in the end:
cpu @ 4876MHz
mem@1978MHz
The Vcard was at stock for voltages (1V) and core and mem freq.
so all in all a mind overclocking.
prime95 was stable for 1 hour without error, memtest86+ also. cpu temp was aroud 76°C and cores 78-88°C under full load. motherboard temp <30°C.
Then I tried a graphical benchmarch software which I don't remember the name at the moment (the one with a village with a dragon statue on an island in the air) to test another aspect of stabiltiy.
During the test the CPU multiplier stayed at idle (16x), so no big temp or load on the CPU, but after 30sec or so the PC shut down without any obvious reason, no automatic restart.
When I tried to start it by pressing the power button on the case, I could ear the fans run for a fraction of a second then nothing. Second attempt nothing at all not even the noise of the fans.
I switched the PSU off, waited, switched on and power on: same thing, the fans just start to turn a bit then stop. Second attempt, nothing at all.
I opened the case, re-switch off and on the PSU. Power on from the MB: Just a quarter of a turn from the fans. No CPU/DIMM/VGA/BOOT LEDs light up at all on the MB.
I removed the Vcard, the MB battery, cleared the CMOS several time, removed all the power cord except the ones that power the MB and it still the same, just the CPU fan turnning not even for a complete revolution.
The PSU looks okay the alimentation led is on.
I will try to power on the MB when I remove what is left on it (CPU and MEM).
What LED should light up first? the CPU one?
Do you thing I fried my MB? I don't really see what went wrong, I didn't do extreme overclocking and I was not even stressing the CPU when it happened.
So to me the problem come from the MB or the PSU, but I don't have any spare of these two to test.
What would be your guess?
Thanx for your answer ans sorry if it's not post in the good section. sadsmiley.gif
EDIT: I removed the RAM. It doesn't change anything.
I checked the PSU with a multimeter by shorting green wire with a black on on the ATX power cord. As far as I can tell, the PSU is providing good voltages on the ATX and CPU power cord, but it's not underload, so it's not a proof that it's working proprely.
If I remove the powercord for the CPU (the 8 pin molex), the MB start and obvisouly throw a CPU led at me, as it's not powered.
Last thing: I removed the CPU and nothing at all happen, when I put the power. Is it normal, or the MB should start and light up the CPU led?
So now I doubt even more, maybe it's something wrong with the MB related to the CPU, maybe it's the CPU or the PSU that can not supply enough current to the CPU.
Any input?

Does your MB gives an error code? I dropped my CPU on the connector and some contact springs were badly plied which I didn't remark when I placed the CPU back. At startup the fans were running at full speed for a few seconds and were going to a "quite" regime, the Q-code was displaying "00" but nothing else was going on. The CPU refused to run due (a) bad ? or/and missing ? voltage level(s) or/and short circuit(s) ? of connections . In any case leds, the stop and reset button on the MB and the Q-code leds were lighting up. Later on when I replaced the MB, nothing seemes to be bad with the CPU.

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post #5103 of 9343
Hi all,

Just wondering if anyone has tried the 402 bios here ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/P8Z68-V_PRO_GEN3/P8Z68-V-PRO-GEN3-ASUS-0402.zip is there a changelog anywhere and is it stable?
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I would use the Intel ports and disable the marvel ports. There is a distinct difference in performance largely due to the fact that the Intel ports are native to the chip set vs a discrete chip that runs the marvel controller or jmicron for that matter. Not only are the marvel ports a marketing gimmick but for those who need the additional ports they are essential, because the Z68 chip set is maxed out at the 4 Sata II and 2 Sata III ports it's the only way to have additional ports on this platform.
Also I would unload the windows marvel driver and controller software to reduce unneeded overhead it is running and using resources whether you found it or not.

Thanks. I've been using the Intel ports since day one, since I assumed that Intel ports on an Intel chipset board would be superior to Marvell controllers for the reason you mentioned. What I was not aware of was the Z68 chip maxing out at 6 ports. (I'm on a P68 board, but I guess the same applies.)

I've disabled the Marvell controller in the BIOS and I've noticed slightly faster boot times. I'll remove the Marvell driver and uninstall the Marvell software, then clean my registry out. Thanks for the tip.
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Does your MB gives an error code?
the p8p67 evo doesn't have this feature. The CPU socket is fine from what I can see. I've tried to remove and put back the CPU a few times during my troubleshooting...with no luck.
Are the MB and PSU suppose to power on if there is no CPU installed on the MB ???
Because nothing happens on mine when I try this, but if the CPU is in position and I remove the 12V ATX CPU powercord, then the MB start and light the CPU led.

I've edited my previous mesage to update what I looked at.

Thx for the reply.
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What is the difference between these two fields (Boot Option Priority and Hard Disk BSS Priority) in a P8Z68-V/GEN3 BIOS/UEFI?

I see that you can set the boot prioirity in both but which is far more important?
post #5107 of 9343
Gday

I built my system a few months ago, all was good, everything worked fine!
Well today i was in bios changing the boot sequence as I never really set that up and was lazy and it was always not booting without me pressing F8 on each boot. Ok so I changed that and saved/boot and nothing, No Post beep, now on this board you have to wait some 10-40 seconds to hear the post beep, But now no beep and no signal out of GFX what so ever.

Ok so what have I done to attept to fix this?

Moved the Ram into each slot and tried every configuratuon.

Taken all cards out (including GFX) and tried Ram 'swapping' on a completly empty system

Disconnected all drives/media while doing the above

Tried 3 alt power supplies.

Took out the CPU and put it back in (why not)

disconnected Keyboard/mouse and all usb devices.

Turned the system on while pressing the 'MEMOK' swicth.

Tried the various MB switches in all positions


Ok so in my thinking ive not left anything out...

So what the hell could it be?


What I have if this helps (prob not)

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Asus GTX 570 PCI-E 2.0 1280MB DDR5 2x Dual-Link DVI 1x mini HDMI Fan
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Antec ATX TruePower 750W

Thats all you really need to know, as its not the HDD or anything else!
post #5108 of 9343
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Originally Posted by ade42 View Post

So what the hell could it be?

You didn't mention you try to clear the CMOS. did U?
You might give it a try by moving the appropriate jumpers (user manual) or pushing the clear CMOS button on the back panel if your board has one. Alternatively, you can also remove the battery from the MB and the powerplug for a few minutes.
Edited by capflamme - 12/1/11 at 12:48am
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Gday

I built my system a few months ago, all was good, everything worked fine!
Well today i was in bios changing the boot sequence as I never really set that up and was lazy and it was always not booting without me pressing F8 on each boot. Ok so I changed that and saved/boot and nothing, No Post beep, now on this board you have to wait some 10-40 seconds to hear the post beep, But now no beep and no signal out of GFX what so ever.

Ok so what have I done to attept to fix this?

Moved the Ram into each slot and tried every configuratuon.

Taken all cards out (including GFX) and tried Ram 'swapping' on a completly empty system

Disconnected all drives/media while doing the above

Tried 3 alt power supplies.

Took out the CPU and put it back in (why not)

disconnected Keyboard/mouse and all usb devices.

Turned the system on while pressing the 'MEMOK' swicth.

Tried the various MB switches in all positions


Ok so in my thinking ive not left anything out...

So what the hell could it be?


What I have if this helps (prob not)

Corsair Vengeance CMZ16GX3M4A1600C9 16G (4x4GB) DDR3
Asus GTX 570 PCI-E 2.0 1280MB DDR5 2x Dual-Link DVI 1x mini HDMI Fan
Intel Core i7 2600K Processor LGA1155 3.4GHz CPU
Asus P8P67V3 P67 4DDR3 D12PH 2400OC RAID GLAN PCIE16 2FW SA3 ATX STEP3
Antec ATX TruePower 750W

Thats all you really need to know, as its not the HDD or anything else!

If I've read correctly and understand what you ask this is a known issue when the Marvel controller is enabled which is notorious for extending the boot time as it seeks a bootable drive. If not needed I recommend disabling the jmicron & marvel ports. If you run out of ports and have the need for more use optical drives only on the marvel ports but you may still have slower boots your best bet is to trim your system to stay within the native ports. I even go so far as to disable all harddrives and optical drives as boot devices from the boot menu in the UEFI bios except the one I want to boot to. There are two places that need changes made boot order and boot devices so address both area then save and exit. There is one other area that needs to be changed go into UEFI bios (Advanced Mode) to the Advanced tab scroll down to APM and open then scroll dwn to Power on by PCIe, enable it and save and exit. This should correct your troubles. GL
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There is one other area that needs to be changed go into UEFI bios (Advanced Mode) to the Advanced tab scroll down to APM and open then scroll dwn to Power on by PCIe, enable it and save and exit. This should correct your troubles. GL

Can you explain why you do this please? I'm curious and I'd like to know!
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Intel Core i7-5930K Haswell-E 6-Core 3.5GHz LGA... EVGA X99 Classified (151-HE-E999-KR) LGA 2011-v... EVGA 04G-P4-3975-KR GeForce GTX 970 SSC ACX 2.0... EVGA 04G-P4-3975-KR GeForce GTX 970 SSC ACX 2.0... 
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G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 series 16GB (4 x 4GB) 288-Pin... SAMSUNG 850 EVO MZ-75E1T0B/AM 2.5" 1TB SATA III... CORSAIR Hydro Series H100i Extreme Performance ... Phanteks Enthoo Luxe Series PH-ES614L_BK Black ... 
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