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Wow some thing new every day, set bios to defaults, then run EZ flash utilitys. I guess prevent system unstability, ez flash wont work untill at defaults. Then bupdater wont work with efui flash stick, cant change drive except for fat 32, anybody know manufacturer of a good flash stick, bupdater could come in handy. Jump mobo to mobo things get complicated.
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Hi,

I have a 1TB HDD and today i added a Corsair 60GB SSD in order to use intel rapid response technology.

Well i change my bios SATA config from AHCI to RAID then windows 7 didn't boot so i reinstalled it, and now i think everything is working fine still have some serious doubts hope some of you guys can help please.

01) After setting BIOS to RAID and starting installing windows 7 do i need to install any floppy raid drivers?

02) when i cold boot an intel response technology post message appears each time, is very annoying can it be deactivated?

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post #7093 of 9096
I dont Know if you can raid a 60 gb ssd. I suppose 30 gb + 30 gb with some kind of software, but then its better to run it with sata 6 and I believe trim takes care of that so its allready in raid 0. You just need to put it on a sata 6 port with latest firm ware, then install your os to your ssd and use 1tb for dropping your files. You have to go to you tube to set up intel rapid response tech, the video's help.
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post #7094 of 9096
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Originally Posted by HOTDOGS View Post

Is there a way to control fan RPM for PWm fans directly in the BIOS? Not the minimum speed but the overall speed.

If cpu fan q control is enabled

you could have fan profile at manual

cpu fan speed low limit ...400rpm

maybe cpu upper temp, when fan ramps up to full with pwm cpu fan lower the degrees sooner it comes up to full speed, i run it at 60 here ymmv

cpu fan maximum duty cycle ...........at 100 per cent

cpu lower temperature ....can input number here say 20 per cent

cpu minimum fan duty at 20 per cent.
Edited by Tyreman - 5/3/12 at 2:57am
post #7095 of 9096
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Originally Posted by Petey View Post

Yea intitally I got freaked, it appears that 3203 is in both P8Z68-V PRO and the P8Z68-V PRO 3.0 thinking they downloaded bios update to the wrong web page. It seemed weird that there was a number change 606 906 etc.
Thought merging bios was a increase of efficiency, and giving the consumer high grade product right away, I thought what the hell download.
Yea you probably need a driver for the 3.0 pci-e thing to work, I guess they did something different with the pins, could check into it with 6970 flashed to see if the problem may be with gpu and gpu bios. Might try doing a different manufactures or up dated flash to the gpu. Tech power up has some good gpu bios editing tools. Could check there, flash bios with almost stock bios.
In the wise words of the village elder, ancient philosophy of Confucius father Shu-Yug HO, Failure in the eyes of the enemy is success in combat, and When they attack blow them a kiss from your anus.

I had success with simply using my 6950 bios with unlocked shaders. As I anticipated, my 6950 with unlocked shaders and only 1.1v is stuck at about 900mhz/1350mhz instead of the 930/145 I could get at 1.175 with the 6970 bios. Oh well. My power bill should be less because of this, at least until Asus fixes this issue, if ever. Luckily I have an htpc handy to just card the cards over to and do the flashing. Here's to hoping Asus releases something soon!
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post #7096 of 9096
Have asked for some help stabilizing my OC over on the Sandy Stable club thread. Would really appreciate any good advice on what to do next, or whatever.
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post #7097 of 9096
My P8Z68-V Pro/Gen3 seems to have a strange boot problem. It used to boot normally with no problems, but other times it would boot and upon entering the bios it would freeze. Now I cant even boot into the bios or even display anything on screen. It will cycle through its normal boot sequence of CPU, Ram, VGA, then boot device, but now most of the time the VGA led will stay lit and display nothing, other times the boot device led will stay lit and display nothing, and other times the board will get through all the stages of booting but will once again display nothing. I tested my graphics card on another pc and it works fine. My monitor is receiving an input but it is just a blank black screen(My monitor shows a message "searching for signal" if nothing is running, but when I turn on my PC the message goes away but its just a blank screen). Im positive its a mobo problem, and these boards are apparently plagued with errors, so I guess Im going to have to RMA it to ASUS. But I thought Id just post here to see if anyone has any insight on this weird problem. Also before anyone says to clear the Cmos I have multiple times, and it hasnt changed anything.

Cpu: i5-2550k
Gpu: Evga gtx 480
Mobo: P8Z68-V Pro/Gen3
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post #7098 of 9096
Did you guys see the new BIOS available? 3207, I'm currently using 2303, should I upgrade? I have P8P67 Pro thumb.gif
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Stay away from 3207. Its a major change and it is only half baked. Not ready for release. Too many bugs, and my system wouldnt boot off my SSD any more while it was set to RAID mode. I tried rolling back to 2302 with the AMI flash utility, then with AI updater, but no good. I got three reboots out of the motherboard then it went black, never to boot again. Had to replace it over the weekend, and my life has been hell. While i was fighting with the p8p67, i cleared the cmos and booted into windows once with the HD controllers in AHCI mode, and it wiped two of my raid 5 disks, destroying my array. Gonna take a week just to see if the recovery software finds anything.
    
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post #7100 of 9096
Quick question. It appears that this board

ASUS P8Z77-V DELUXE
doesn't have FireWire onboard.. Would using this case be a problem being as it has FireWire on the front?
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