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Did downgrading fix your issues? If so then what version did you downgrade to?

I haven't experienced this problem. I just did it because there was a way and I wanted away from the 09xx BIOS at the time. I first downgraded to 07xx and then back up to 08xx. Of course since then the 08xx has disappeared so I've updated to 1101. No version has given me a problem you've described (since 04xx something).
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Well, guess I'll start with "I'm new here". I just built a new build with a P8Z68-V-LE and a I5 2400k @3.1GHz. Instead of listing all the drives, etc. for now I can tell you I updated the BIOs to the latest (0805). Everything is working fine (haven't tried putting a couple of drives in raid yet, I'll do that later and probably have more problems from what I've been reading). The problem I am having that I want to fix first has to do with the GPU. I'm using the HDMI from the I5 to power my monitor. It's fine for text and a few other things but now I want to play some games and it's just not enough. Before I go buying a new graphics card I want to get my old one working first. It's a BFG 9800GT. I plug it in and hook it to my monitor and nothing. I mean I can't see anything, nothing from the either the card or the (switching back) HDMI. I probably don't have the BIOs set right. I'm not trying to use the Lucid Virtu, just trying to NOT use the I5 for graphics, just use my 9800GT. Any ideas as to what I'm screwing up on? As soon as I take the 9800GT board out of the MB the HDMI works fine. Do I have to use the Lucid Virtu just to use a graphics card? I should think not, so this noob is doing something wrong. Any help would be appreciated.

I see a wealth of info here in the threads, but reading all of the posts is going to take awhile, but I'll eventually read it. Good stuff here..


Their isn't anything in the bios you should have to change that I know of that would stop you from posting just by adding another videocard. Have you tried the other pcie slots?

I assume you tested the videocard in something else to make sure it's good? I've seen dead cards cause the error you are seeing.
post #5303 of 9343
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Tanks for ur reponse.
Of course basics are Checked, SLI Bridge Ok (as it seems well in place)
In My Nvidia panel i don"t have sLI and PHYsix, just Physix and so no other option to turn SLI on....
In pretty sure something is worng with their BIOS as it is the first !
For SLi with my cards i'm sure at 99.9% it's possible (SLI Certification on box)
I give me 3 days max to solve this else i'll buy a new motherboard cards and back this one

Ah, I was thinking like two EVGA GTX 560 Ti 2Win. You have two seperate cards? Not a 2 in one?

I have the same mobo, and run gtx580 sli. The "Maximise 3D performance" option is in my nvidia control panel. That setting enables SLI.
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I'm new here. I am not an experienced in hardware, at least not to a degree I see in other people's posts.
Here is the problem.
I have a new system with P8Z68-V-Pro.
As I have a 27" DELL, on-board graphics did not support the max resolution, so I have additionally purchased GIGABYTE GV-NX86T256H GeForce 8600 GT 256MB 128-bit GDDR3 PCI Express x16 video card.
The problem, that I later traced to a card, was that USB3 ports worked only sometimes. I could not spot a pattern, not at first.
I got my MOBO replaced, by another one just like the first one.
That time USB3 did not work at all.
I took it back to the store, and USB3 worked there. So, being hardware-challenged person, I just bought new keyboard and mouse, made sure they worked in store, came back home, plugged it all in, USB3 does not work.
I then removed the graphics card, and connected VGA to the monitor.
All of a suddent USB3 works again.
So I installed another card, this time ASUS EN210 SILENT/DI/512MD3/V2(LP).
USB3 does not work.
Both cards were connected to the first (top) blue slot.
Both cards work fine video-wise.
I have installed the latest BIOS using ASUS suite's Update utility.
I have installed all the latest drivers, though it is not clear to me how drivers should make any difference, the USB3 working/not working is seen at the bios stage, before the OS booted.
Since for regular work resolution is more important then USB3, I'll have to install the card back, but I am very frustrated with having to wait longer when copying large files between USB3 external drive and my home and office machines.
Any idea what I should try?
post #5305 of 9343
USB3 is relatively new. I think you may need some drivers so that it can be backwards compatible or to get it to even work properly.

I myself am in a spiraling nightmare and hell.

The ASUS P8P67 PRO 3.0 likes to loop on me by resetting itself, sleeping, and shutting off.

Even at simple moments when I am browsing the internet or making some updates on the Operating System, the computer would like to instantly shut off.

I have manage to get it to semi stable by setting the bios to certain settings:
Internal PLL Overvoltage is Disable
Power on Pci-E and Pci is Enabled

Yet I am still walking into a problem that continues to loop itself. It makes me quite depress as I have built computers before, and I do own a lesser version of the P8P67 Pro, which is the P8P67 (and completely stable!).

If anyone can relieve me by giving me some advice on trouble shooting, I will be in your debt!
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I haven't experienced this problem. I just did it because there was a way and I wanted away from the 09xx BIOS at the time. I first downgraded to 07xx and then back up to 08xx. Of course since then the 08xx has disappeared so I've updated to 1101. No version has given me a problem you've described (since 04xx something).

Well on 0902 I'm getting; BIOS reading CPU temps 10 degrees lower than they actually are, LEDs on my mobo sometimes staying on after it's been powered off and of course the audio issue.

I don't suppose you're getting any of this on 1101?
post #5307 of 9343
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USB3 is relatively new. I think you may need some drivers so that it can be backwards compatible or to get it to even work properly.
I myself am in a spiraling nightmare and hell.
The ASUS P8P67 PRO 3.0 likes to loop on me by resetting itself, sleeping, and shutting off.
Even at simple moments when I am browsing the internet or making some updates on the Operating System, the computer would like to instantly shut off.
I have manage to get it to semi stable by setting the bios to certain settings:
Internal PLL Overvoltage is Disable
Power on Pci-E and Pci is Enabled
Yet I am still walking into a problem that continues to loop itself. It makes me quite depress as I have built computers before, and I do own a lesser version of the P8P67 Pro, which is the P8P67 (and completely stable!).
If anyone can relieve me by giving me some advice on trouble shooting, I will be in your debt!

clear cmos load optimized defaults, save exit
then if you can get into windows check your power management options in windows and untick sleep the computer to get things going
If its not a fresh reload of windows say an old one then do a fresh install
Keep in mind specific bios settings will have to be set later such as disabling marvell controller if not using, disabling firewire if none etc., first boot device to be set your.. OS HD etc and your specific settings once you first get it smooth at optimized defaults
Edited by Tyreman - 12/14/11 at 3:55am
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Their isn't anything in the bios you should have to change that I know of that would stop you from posting just by adding another videocard. Have you tried the other pcie slots?
I assume you tested the videocard in something else to make sure it's good? I've seen dead cards cause the error you are seeing.

Hi and thanks for the answer. Yea, I've used the card in my other system for over a year and have had no problems, so the card is working. However I didn't change to the other pcie slot, so I'll do that today and try a few other things. I just don't understand why I wouldn't get a signal at all. And by that I mean I couldn't even see the boot or bios screen, nothing. Oh well, will try the other slot and see what happens. I'll get back to you all and let you know what I found out and if it works or not.

I've been reading a lot about the double boot here. So far I haven't had this problem (knock on wood...)... It's a interesting subject...: thumb:.
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I will get some pictures up later today to join the club, but I have a question first. I bought a 2500k and an ASUS P8P67 yesterday at Fry's with a great deal. Came home, installed the CPU but when installing I heard a sound that I have never heard. It was like a weird sound like scratching a chalkboard. I have never heard that sound before. So I removed the CPU, and I saw this on it:
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Anyone else have this problem? I have seen others with it, but I don't know why it would happen. I am thinking of exchanging both the CPU and motherboard this weekend.
    
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I will get some pictures up later today to join the club, but I have a question first. I bought a 2500k and an ASUS P8P67 yesterday at Fry's with a great deal. Came home, installed the CPU but when installing I heard a sound that I have never heard. It was like a weird sound like scratching a chalkboard. I have never heard that sound before. So I removed the CPU, and I saw this on it:
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Anyone else have this problem? I have seen others with it, but I don't know why it would happen. I am thinking of exchanging both the CPU and motherboard this weekend.

Actually, that seems to be normal, its in teh design of the CPU bracket to hold the CPU on tight, mine did the same thing and I winched when I got it booted up, I guess the metal on the top there is meant to be slightly bruised when you snap the bracket on, since the bracket actually presses those 2 points of the CPU. About the sound, I would just turn on your PC, and LIGHTLY!!!! touch the fans on the case to see if that is the issue, I had a similar issue and it was a fan was catching the case or a cable. A small tap to stop a fan won't break them, but DON'T try with any CPU/GPU fan. heck if you have a GPU, remove it to see if the GPU fan is the issue, but don't touch or remove the CPU fan. Be careful putting the CPU fan back on too because you need new thermal paste.
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