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Check out this thread, post #17 in particular. Issues with 2x4GB kits and/or the HyperX.
http://forum.notebookreview.com/sager-clevo/568595-request-owners-sager-np8130-50-factory-bios-dump-afu-2.html

The thing is that the Kingston HyperX memory kits talked about in that thread pertains to "XMP" kits that don't work with laptops (at that time the JEDEC standard for 1600MHz for those HyperX kits was not yet released). What I have now is the new PnP HyperX memory kit; PnP means plug and play or in other words JEDEC 1600MHz. So my problem is kind of different with the one discussed there.
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Thanks, but I can't fin on my BIOS options. Maybe my motherboard model doesn't have those options?

Anything else I could do. Thanks
post #6473 of 9345
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Thanks, but I can't fin on my BIOS options. Maybe my motherboard model doesn't have those options?
Anything else I could do. Thanks
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Set your boot drive, disabled the Marvell SATA controller, and the JMB storage controller. Also, disable the PXE OPROM option
post #6474 of 9345
Hello Guys I am a owner of P8Z68 Deluxe Gen/3. I have been getting some weird issues with the board.
AI Suit II keeps warning me for low motherboard temperature. It indicates the temp is 40 for few hours and then suddenly BOOM it gives me a warning message saying that my Motherboard temperature is -35C. It warns me at 0.C and then keeps warning me. Also saids my CPU temp is below 0.C once in a while.Does this mean my Sensor Recorder has a problem?.I would appreciate your advice guys. Thanks!!
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post #6475 of 9345
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Hello Guys I am a owner of P8Z68 Deluxe Gen/3. I have been getting some weird issues with the board.
AI Suit II keeps warning me for low motherboard temperature. It indicates the temp is 40 for few hours and then suddenly BOOM it gives me a warning message saying that my Motherboard temperature is -35C. It warns me at 0.C and then keeps warning me. Also saids my CPU temp is below 0.C once in a while.Does this mean my Sensor Recorder has a problem?.I would appreciate your advice guys. Thanks!!

You shouldn't use the built in ASUS software to monitor temps. Uninstall that part of the AI suite and use somthing like OpenHardwareMonitor or Hardware Monitor. ASUS temp monitor software is always buggy and give's all kinds of crazy readings.
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You shouldn't use the built in ASUS software to monitor temps. Uninstall that part of the AI suite and use somthing like OpenHardwareMonitor or Hardware Monitor. ASUS temp monitor software is always buggy and give's all kinds of crazy readings.

So I guess I dont have to worry about these readings? I should Uninstall AI Suit II.....
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So I guess I dont have to worry about these readings? I should Uninstall AI Suit II.....

yea. I would uninstall anything in AI suit II your not going to use and use one of the hardware monitors I recommended above. 40c is a normal temp IMO, but the dropping down to an insane low temp all the sudden is a glitch. It did it on my rig too.
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yea. I would uninstall anything in AI suit II your not going to use and use one of the hardware monitors I recommended above. 40c is a normal temp IMO, but the dropping down to an insane low temp all the sudden is a glitch. It did it on my rig too.

Thanks for the assurance man. I will use the programs that you have recommended me!!.
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Hi guys... I'm going to be ordering my Asus P8Z68 board tonight or tomorrow and having it overnighted. I have had my eyes on the P8Z68 VPro Gen3 for a while now, but when I went to Frys tonight, they didn't have them in stock. So I started considering my alternatives, and thought I'd ask here if anyone could easily explain the differences (in one or two sentences) between the v-pro and the v-le or the v. I'm considering a cheaper board if I don't need all the features of the pro, but they don't make it easy to understand what, exactly, makes the pro better than the others. Thanks in advance, and just FYI, I +rep like mad. biggrin.gif
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Hi guys... I'm going to be ordering my Asus P8Z68 board tonight or tomorrow and having it overnighted. I have had my eyes on the P8Z68 VPro Gen3 for a while now, but when I went to Frys tonight, they didn't have them in stock. So I started considering my alternatives, and thought I'd ask here if anyone could easily explain the differences (in one or two sentences) between the v-pro and the v-le or the v. I'm considering a cheaper board if I don't need all the features of the pro, but they don't make it easy to understand what, exactly, makes the pro better than the others. Thanks in advance, and just FYI, I +rep like mad. biggrin.gif

I have the the v/gen3 model. Was going to go with the pro but did not want to pay extra for some of the nicer features. Main differences between the v and pro are the clear cmos button in the i/o panel. I have done many bad oc on the v model board and have never had to reset cmos. So I did not see the point in that. Also, the pro has the nice diagnostics read out that shows you a number that corrisponds to a boot process. This would be useful if you have bad hardware and are having issues posting. I took that gamble and so far have not needed it. Also, the pro came with a front USB 3.0 bracket. The v does not. My case has this already, so I did not need that. It also has a reset button on the PCB along with the Power button where as the v model only has the power button. Those where about the only differences. I am not sure about the LE model. I do not think it has pcie 3.0 support. Not sure on that. You need to also make sure you are getting the P8Z68P-V/Gen3 board and not just the regular P8Z68-V.

Hope this helps....biggrin.gif
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