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post #7041 of 9343
Hello everybody, I'm hoping I can get an answer from you OCN gurus

I have a P8P67 Pro rev 3.1 and 2500k...its serving me great...currently its running at 4.8ghz and Vcore of 1.470...temps are fine, using a HAF X and Noctua NH-D14 really helps...its also prime 95 blend stable

I currently have the mobo settings to MANUAL Voltage versus Offset....I know manual voltage pretty much keeps a constant voltage no matter if idle or load...and offset lowers the volts in a low load or idle scenario....My question is, what exactly is the purpose of offset voltage? I have EIST, C1E, C3, C6 all enabled and MANUAL voltage....but when I open an instance of REALTEMP, it shows my temps going way down during a low load or idle scenario...shouldn't manual voltage keep my temps high, since its always running at a high voltage? If my temps are going down in idle, then isn't that the same as offset voltage? Except my voltage stays the same? What is the difference?

Thanks in advanced
Edited by steven88 - 4/25/12 at 9:41pm
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post #7042 of 9343

 

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Originally Posted by exzited View Post

hi i have a p8z68 - v/gen3

every morning when i wake up and turn on my comp it shows the windows flag for a split second then blue screen for a split second and goes back to the asus splash screen

how do i fix this?

ive run prime for 4 hours with my settings but it still seems to be unstable in the morning?

it looks like this

ASUS P8P67 series Double POST at Cold Boot Fix

Quote:
Originally Posted by Mason@ASUS;4712067
Some of you may have been experiencing a double POST on your P8P67 series motherboard whereupon after powering on the system from a cold boot, the board will power on and then immediately reset itself before it actually POSTs and shows any display on the screen. I’ll explain the fix below and give some information about why this happens.

First, I would like to stress the importance of flashing the BIOS to the latest BIOS revision as listed on our support website, http://support.asus.com/download. You can access the ASUS EZ Flash tool from within the UEFI (advanced options, tools) to flash the BIOS from any removable device such as a USB flash drive.
From time to time we needed to implement full resets in order to maintain stability due to the architecture of the Sandy Bridge platform. For instance, the system may require one full reset when the PCH power has been cut during S5 power state. To fix the most common additional reset (double POST when powering on from off state), enter UEFI BIOS -> go to ‘Advanced’ tab -> go down to ‘APM’, press Enter -> enable the “Power on by PCIe.” function. Then press F10 to save & exit. After save & exit, let the system boot into Windows or other OS, then perform a proper shutdown: Start button -> Shut down. You will no longer have the double POST. We will fix this in an upcoming BIOS release.

 


Try the guide I posted here to help someone with similar issues

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post #7043 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by exzited View Post

hi i have a p8z68 - v/gen3
every morning when i wake up and turn on my comp it shows the windows flag for a split second then blue screen for a split second and goes back to the asus splash screen
how do i fix this?
ive run prime for 4 hours with my settings but it still seems to be unstable in the morning?
it looks like this
ASUS P8P67 series Double POST at Cold Boot Fix
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mason@ASUS;4712067
Some of you may have been experiencing a double POST on your P8P67 series motherboard whereupon after powering on the system from a cold boot, the board will power on and then immediately reset itself before it actually POSTs and shows any display on the screen. I’ll explain the fix below and give some information about why this happens.
First, I would like to stress the importance of flashing the BIOS to the latest BIOS revision as listed on our support website, http://support.asus.com/download. You can access the ASUS EZ Flash tool from within the UEFI (advanced options, tools) to flash the BIOS from any removable device such as a USB flash drive.
From time to time we needed to implement full resets in order to maintain stability due to the architecture of the Sandy Bridge platform. For instance, the system may require one full reset when the PCH power has been cut during S5 power state. To fix the most common additional reset (double POST when powering on from off state), enter UEFI BIOS -> go to ‘Advanced’ tab -> go down to ‘APM’, press Enter -> enable the “Power on by PCIe.” function. Then press F10 to save & exit. After save & exit, let the system boot into Windows or other OS, then perform a proper shutdown: Start button -> Shut down. You will no longer have the double POST. We will fix this in an upcoming BIOS release.

though not exact, it sounds similar to the jmb storage thingy. under the advanced tab -> bnboard devices configuration -> jmb storage controller -> disable the display "optionrom in post". might be worth a shot.
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post #7044 of 9343
Hello there,

I have currently encountered a new problem. I'm using ASUS P8Z68V LX PCIE 2.0
My old setup was running 6870CFX. I switched to sapphire 7970 OC.

1. When I installed my 7970 on the primary PCIE slot (blue color), there was no video signal and my mouse and keyboard did not light up. It looks like the power was sucked away by the pcie 8pin and 6 pin.

2. Then I tried to install my 7970 on the secondary PCIE slot (black color), the card ran fine and was tested with several games.

3. I then cleaned install amd driver and flashed new bios. Same issues on the blue slot with 8+6 pins

4. I tried to run 7970 on blue slot with 6+6 pins. This time, I had lights on my keyboard and mouse but no video signal.

5. I reinstalled one of my 6870 on the PCIE blue slot. No problem. The system booted.

6. The only thing I have not done was enable PCIE power under APM.

I don't think I have a crappy PSU. I'm using seasonic x750. I also kombustor my card for 30 minutes. no crash was shown.

HELP frown.gif
Edited by hanabie - 4/25/12 at 2:50pm
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Try the guide I posted here to help someone with similar issues
Quote:
Originally Posted by Nethermir View Post

though not exact, it sounds similar to the jmb storage thingy. under the advanced tab -> bnboard devices configuration -> jmb storage controller -> disable the display "optionrom in post". might be worth a shot.

alright trying both thanks!
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post #7046 of 9343
Picked up a P8Z68-V Pro/Gen3 on a sale a few weeks ago to run it with an ivy processor. Now I'm getting worried that the bios can't support Ivy without an update. Are there any way I can see which version the board was shipped with without booting?
Edited by Alexc - 4/25/12 at 11:49pm
post #7047 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by steven88 View Post

Hello everybody, I'm hoping I can get an answer from you OCN gurus

I have a P8P67 Pro rev 3.1 and 2500k...its serving me great...currently its running at 4.8ghz and Vcore of 1.470...temps are fine, using a HAF X and Noctua NH-D14 really helps...its also prime 95 blend stable

I currently have the mobo settings to MANUAL Voltage versus Offset....I know manual voltage pretty much keeps a constant voltage no matter if idle or load...and offset lowers the volts in a low load or idle scenario....My question is, what exactly is the purpose of offset voltage? I have EIST, C1E, C3, C6 all enabled and MANUAL voltage....but when I open an instance of REALTEMP, it shows my temps going way down during a low load or idle scenario...shouldn't manual voltage keep my temps high, since its always running at a high voltage? If my temps are going down in idle, then isn't that the same as offset voltage? Except my voltage stays the same? What is the difference?

Thanks in advanced

HI
i don't wont to be rude but 1.47v for 4.8 seems a bit to high,should be around at a guess at 1.38v-1.42v.i can get 5.1 oc at 1.41v and other's can get quite lower than that.while you are doing low load or idle your temps should be low.it's only when you do high load etc your temps will go up
post #7048 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by Alexc View Post

Picked up a P8Z68-V Pro/Gen3 on a sale a few weeks ago to run it with an ivy processor. Now I'm getting worried that the bios can't support Ivy without an update. Are there any way I can see which version the board was shipped with without booting?

try using cpuid -CPU-Z should give you your motherboard version
post #7049 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by chillidog View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Alexc View Post

Picked up a P8Z68-V Pro/Gen3 on a sale a few weeks ago to run it with an ivy processor. Now I'm getting worried that the bios doesn't support Ivy without an update. Is there any way I can see which version the board was shipped with without booting?

try using cpuid -CPU-Z should give you your motherboard version

I haven't got any processor so i can't boot. Is there any way to do it without?
post #7050 of 9343
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Originally Posted by chillidog View Post

HI
i don't wont to be rude but 1.47v for 4.8 seems a bit to high,should be around at a guess at 1.38v-1.42v.i can get 5.1 oc at 1.41v and other's can get quite lower than that.while you are doing low load or idle your temps should be low.it's only when you do high load etc your temps will go up

yes I know its on the high side

but I am just wondering, is it bad to run manual voltage? The voltage never down clocks, its always constant...however, my processor core, does down clock and my temps coming soaring down
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