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How were you able to tell that the 11.5 drivers are not as good as the 11.2?

Just using Anvil bench.

The 11.5.4 drivers gave better results than either 12.0 or 11.5.0 (and supposedly doesn't have that memory leak either) while 11.2 drivers give better results than 11.5.4 (though this is just my setup in RAID0).
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anyone with P8P67 tried out the new bios 3509 (2012.09.07 update)? I'm still on 1850.
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post #7573 of 9373
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anyone with P8P67 tried out the new bios 3509 (2012.09.07 update)? I'm still on 1850.

I ran 20 mins linx, I played 30 mins BF3 with no problem so far.

If you try to update, watch out about how the process should be done, 'cause you know, one version needs double install ( v. 3207 ).

By the way, you better update, 'cause every bios released claim "system stability" and some other fixes. Unless the problems caused by the new CPU compatibility list etc... Then, maybe is better to stay with your old BIOS. I don't know. I've updated every BIOS released since I got the B1 revision with 0407-something and all in Windows with the ASUS-update.
Edited by Deo Domuique - 9/12/12 at 3:11pm
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anyone with P8P67 tried out the new bios 3509 (2012.09.07 update)? I'm still on 1850.

 

I wouldn't update because I've seen too many posts in this thread from people who have nothing but problems after updating to one of these newer BIOS versions.  These are mostly people who still have Sandy Bridge.

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didn't update cause i heard of the "no sound" issue on later bios versions, just wanted to ask if 3509 was any good, guess I'll say on 1850 then, never had a problem with this version.
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Exactly; if it's not broken, then don't fix it.  :)  I'm still happily using 1850.

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I don't know anything about no-sound issue, but I've a discrete sound card, not the integrated. I guess I avoided troubles by luck.
Edited by Deo Domuique - 9/12/12 at 4:31pm
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Ok what tool would that be cause I just updated a stable 1101 bios to latest 3402 and am now having problems with installing igpu driver on a fresh windows 7.
Brought a new ssd and was time for a reinstall and bios update. Sure wish I had read some posts first but would think asus would have the bios sorted for an older platform as z68

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Thanks for the link.
I'm not quite in that boat yet as I only have the prob of not being able to install the igpu drivers. Keep getting error "this computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing this software ".
There seems to be all the usual options in the bios but how would I know if something is missing?
I have taken screen shots of the old bios and the new bios just seems to have some extra options.
I have enabled igpu in the bios by the way.
Any thoughts on why I get this error and does it have something to do with the intel mei driver which I got from asus

Just and update on what I did to over come my problem installing igpu.
I downloaded the latest mei driver from intels website and was getting the error when tying to install the igpu driver so I went to device manager and let that download the mei driver and then had no trouble installing the igpu driver. Weird!!! but all is working fine now.
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Just and update on what I did to over come my problem installing igpu.
I downloaded the latest mei driver from intels website and was getting the error when tying to install the igpu driver so I went to device manager and let that download the mei driver and then had no trouble installing the igpu driver. Weird!!! but all is working fine now.

Come to think of it I don't think I have ever used the iGPU from intel's site directly. Been running what ever Driver's Windows 7 found for it lol.
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Just using Anvil bench.
The 11.5.4 drivers gave better results than either 12.0 or 11.5.0 (and supposedly doesn't have that memory leak either) while 11.2 drivers give better results than 11.5.4 (though this is just my setup in RAID0).

Oh ok. Wait, where did you see 12.0?
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