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Picked up this board last week along with a new SSD and 2600k and it has been great. However, when I put the system in sleep mode, the fans don't turn off. Everything else goes to sleep except the fans. Any ideas?

I would try to play with the power options from the bios. Like disabling C3/C6. Or play a little with the power options in Windows. Try to set the power plan to balanced if it's at High performance.

Alternatively you could try another bios revision.
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I would try to play with the power options from the bios. Like disabling C3/C6. Or play a little with the power options in Windows. Try to set the power plan to balanced if it's at High performance.
Alternatively you could try another bios revision.

Thanks, I actually just figured it out. I had to disabled Internal PLL Voltage. I'm not overclocked at the moment so I have no idea if I will need that later but for now that took care of it.
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Thanks, I actually just figured it out. I had to disabled Internal PLL Voltage. I'm not overclocked at the moment so I have no idea if I will need that later but for now that took care of it.

I thought of that too actually. Some need it enabled for x47 - x48 multi and up. If windows freezes for no reason when going x48 + you just try to enable PLL again
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post #6934 of 9343
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Just a heads up for anyone thinking to upgrade to 3202.... DON'T DO IT!!!!!

when i did mine i had no problems with it .
i have now been using 3203 for a good while with no problems
am sure your problem is down to you not the bios:thumb:
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The registration for the club is quite confusing (and I thought I was savvy! Ha!)
Don't laugh... but does this qualify me to be a contributing member:

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post #6936 of 9343
I still don't get people that upgrade a working bios just because there is a new release out. Ivy bridge and PCI 3 has been implemented in all bios versions since the gen 3 boards have been released. If you have a functioning system there is no need to upgrade unless you change hardware that is not on the current compatible list.

Funny thing is if you go through this thread from the beginning you will see very few people have had actual issues with these boards. Mostly it is from lack of experience and knowledge in what they are doing and overlook one small detail. The people with all of the problems are those who blindly upgrade their bios and don't read the detailed changes.
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Silly question but i'm a first time comp. builder
and am not sure if this makes a difference.
I have a blueray/dvd burner and an extra dvd multi write/read.
Does it matter which ports i plug them into.. 3gb/s or 6gb/s?
i have a asus z68 deluxe gen3 mobo.
they are both relatively on the cheaper end of read/write blueray and dvd but
was wondering if the data transfer from disk to hard drive and vice versa would be affected.


As far as I know blu-ray burners isnt SATA III yet, so its your choice where to put them because theres no difference on speeds, if you have free SATA III (6Gb/s) why not to plug it there? But dont put it there instead of hdd tongue.gif

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I still don't get people that upgrade a working bios just because there is a new release out. Ivy bridge and PCI 3 has been implemented in all bios versions since the gen 3 boards have been released. If you have a functioning system there is no need to upgrade unless you change hardware that is not on the current compatible list.
Funny thing is if you go through this thread from the beginning you will see very few people have had actual issues with these boards. Mostly it is from lack of experience and knowledge in what they are doing and overlook one small detail. The people with all of the problems are those who blindly upgrade their bios and don't read the detailed changes.

Haven't you though that some ppl like to have all updated and if you are going to change something in the future, you have it updated?
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post #6938 of 9343
One of the changes for the updates said better stability. Sounds like a reason to upgrade to me.
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Yes but the term "better stability" is way too abstract imho...i wish that the companies would mention real details about what exactly they have changed/improved/added per bios update...

For this reason personally i am staying with 2103 until i have to deal with a very specific problem that i know that the 2302 or any future bios will solve it or until i know exactly what the term "better stability" or any other abtract description hides behind it...
post #6940 of 9343
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Originally Posted by Mercyflush64 View Post

I still don't get people that upgrade a working bios just because there is a new release out. Ivy bridge and PCI 3 has been implemented in all bios versions since the gen 3 boards have been released. If you have a functioning system there is no need to upgrade unless you change hardware that is not on the current compatible list.
Funny thing is if you go through this thread from the beginning you will see very few people have had actual issues with these boards. Mostly it is from lack of experience and knowledge in what they are doing and overlook one small detail. The people with all of the problems are those who blindly upgrade their bios and don't read the detailed changes.


it as nothing to do with people have lack of experience & knowledge
if a new update bios comes out and states there is a improvement of one or a few things etc you are going to go and update.
like the 3203 it states that

P8Z68-V-PRO BIOS 3203

1.Improve system stability.

2.Improve memory compatibility.

3.Support new CPUs.
Enable support for Intel Next Gen 22nm Processor E1 stepping MP version CPU.:
if it going to inprove my set up ( in which it doe's) i will use it.just like any graphic cards ,ssd and so on .if there are new firmware,bios,etc and it going to inprove your system you be stupid for not to update.
i amit there are people out there that are **** scared to do any bios updates just in case they mess up and they go onto forums to say extact thing you have said quote:(I still don't get people that upgrade a working bios just because there is a new release out).
don't get me wrong am not saying your one of them but it's these type of comments that will put newbies of from learning etc
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