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Originally Posted by SimpleTech View Post

0804 was the initial BIOS at release. So you're using an older pre-release BIOS. weirdsmiley.gif Expect lots of bugs.
I would update to 2103 at least.

Yea, it's weird. On the website below, it goes from 0706 to 0902, doesn't even list 0801 (I mistyped it earlier). The thing is 0801 has a date of 8/15/2011, so it couldn't have been pre-release right? I think I might have used the bios updater in the AI Suit, so maybe that's how I got it.

http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=1&s=39&m=P8Z68-V%20PRO&os=30&hashedid=JjlGHLJGJPFfGCFA

I thought I read reports of people having issues with 3402.
Edited by sticks435 - 10/11/12 at 9:11pm
post #7632 of 9343
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Hey all, I've got a P8Z68-V Pro with bios 0802. When I check ASUS' website, that BIOS is no longer listed, so I'm wondering if it might have been a beta BIOS or something. I just put my CPU and GPU under water so I'm getting ready to really hammer it and was wondering what a good BIOS for that is.
Thanks!

Yea, it's weird. On the website below, it goes from 0706 to 0902, doesn't even list 0801 (I mistyped it earlier). The thing is 0801 has a date of 8/15/2011, so it couldn't have been pre-release right? I think I might have used the bios updater in the AI Suit, so maybe that's how I got it.

http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=1&s=39&m=P8Z68-V%20PRO&os=30&hashedid=JjlGHLJGJPFfGCFA

I thought I read reports of people having issues with 3402.

If you are doing well on your present BIOS I would stay with it. If you do end up with problems, then consider upgrading it. Going underwater should not cause any problem with your current BIOS. It is odd that your current 0802 is not listed anymore, yet 0706 and 0902 are, but the bottom line is, if your not having any problems, and you have no good specific reason to upgrade, then you are probably OK to stay with your current BIOS IMHO.

I upgraded my original 0XXX BIOS to 2301 when I needed to go from SB to IB to get the IB supported cpus to work on the Z68 MB. It was then my desire to upgrade from 3201 to 3402 to get "1.Improve system stability." (for when I OC and bench for fun) that started me doing forum searches on how that newer BIOS was working. I then found that although 3402 was fine for some people, that others were having various problems from higher vcores and higher temps to lower OC and less system stability. Too many for me to be comfortable with upgrading to it. I'm still on 3201 and my system is doing fine, so I'll stay on that until I have a good reason to switch. Also MHO. Others may have other thoughts on this matter.
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post #7634 of 9343
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Yea, it's weird. On the website below, it goes from 0706 to 0902, doesn't even list 0801 (I mistyped it earlier). The thing is 0801 has a date of 8/15/2011, so it couldn't have been pre-release right? I think I might have used the bios updater in the AI Suit, so maybe that's how I got it.
http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=1&s=39&m=P8Z68-V%20PRO&os=30&hashedid=JjlGHLJGJPFfGCFA
I thought I read reports of people having issues with 3402.

I thought your board was the P8P67 PRO. doh.gif (glad I got some extra sleep today)

Yeah I would maybe try 3203. I had that with my P8Z68-V PRO and 2600K and didn't encounter any issues.
post #7635 of 9343
Can someone share some light on this issue I'm having please. I swapped out my 2500k for the 3770k but it will not boot, come to find out I need a BIOS upate to run that cpu. Okay so I go to ASUS site and find the 3207 bios but then read that many are having several issues with it and all want to revert back to an older BIOS. Currently I have 2001 since I just installed Windows and raid 0 ssd's so now I'm just left with swapping out the i5 for the i7 but not sure on what BIOS to use. I have the EVO P8P67. What's the best move here guys??? Thanks!
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If it doesn't work with that version and you don't want latest, then the only other BIOS that mentions CPU is 2302. Try that?
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Can someone share some light on this issue I'm having please. I swapped out my 2500k for the 3770k but it will not boot, come to find out I need a BIOS upate to run that cpu. Okay so I go to ASUS site and find the 3207 bios but then read that many are having several issues with it and all want to revert back to an older BIOS. Currently I have 2001 since I just installed Windows and raid 0 ssd's so now I'm just left with swapping out the i5 for the i7 but not sure on what BIOS to use. I have the EVO P8P67. What's the best move here guys??? Thanks!

When you go from a SB to a IB, then you must update the BIOS to one that supports the IB processors. So you have no choice if you want to use an IB on that MB, and Asus has a table of what BIOS supports IB for your MB on their web site.

IMHO I see two ways for you to go:

1) either choose the latest BIOS and see how that goes - (normaly the best thing to do and will probably be fine, but never know for sure until you do, and it is not easy to downgrade an Asus BIOS)
2) choose the first supported IB BIOS for your MB. If it does not do well (bad vcore and temps or unstable system) then upgrade to the next BIOS and it will probably be better/fine. Stay at the first stable BIOS you find that does what you want it to do.

You could also look around the web for particular BIOSs for your MB that do well. And most of the time a BIOS upgrade will be fine. There have been some isuues, though, for a few which do bring out that there can sometimes be a problem with some BIOS upgrades, enough so that if you find a good one, then it is good to stay with it unless you have a good reason to upgrade. And there is always a small risk of bricking your MB if something goes real wrong, but normaly an upgrade should be fine, and you need a BIOS upgrade if you want your IB to work on that MB.
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If it doesn't work with that version and you don't want latest, then the only other BIOS that mentions CPU is 2302. Try that?

^^^
Yeah. What error-id10t said. (Missed that post)

If 2302 don't work, then try 3207.....
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Thanks guys I'm going to try that then, just wanted to make sure. By the way I also found this thread but not sure if its the same bios file off the ASUS site or if they are modified versions? Hardly ever update my bios unless need be so I'm fairly new to this. I do have a RAID setup so not sure if this is made with that in mind and I would benefit with this over the ASUS site one and if I'll need other updates to make it work which it seems I would. THANKS

http://www.overclock.net/t/1244232/dl-asus-p67-z68-bioss-with-updated-raid-rom
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Thanks guys I'm going to try that then, just wanted to make sure. By the way I also found this thread but not sure if its the same bios file off the ASUS site or if they are modified versions? Hardly ever update my bios unless need be so I'm fairly new to this. I do have a RAID setup so not sure if this is made with that in mind and I would benefit with this over the ASUS site one and if I'll need other updates to make it work which it seems I would. THANKS
http://www.overclock.net/t/1244232/dl-asus-p67-z68-bioss-with-updated-raid-rom

Those are modified to a newer raid rom than the asus website ones.
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