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Virtu MVP is not supported on the Z68 boards.
post #7802 of 9343
no but Lucid Virtu is, just not MVP..
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Originally Posted by Wuest3nFuchs View Post

Originally Posted by munaim1;13469291
I think you should add this to the op. Handy peiece of info from my thread biggrin.gif
IMPORTANT INFO FOR ASUS P67 MOBO USERS
The member quoted below killed his sb chip through a bug in Asus's bios. It is apparent that switching between profiles mainly offset and manual) the voltage does somewhat get altered. As pointed out, this bug is very dangerous and I do always recommend checking settings before applying but nevertheless this bug should be a top priority for asus.
Here is the link to the actual thread. LINK

very good to know !

THANKS !
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no but Lucid Virtu is, just not MVP..
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Virtu MVP is not supported on the Z68 boards.

Actually I tried lucid mvp on my P8Z68-V PRO and it works flawlessly, but it is in an evaluation period of 30 days
Would the latest 3603 bios fix this issue or is mvp only licensed for the Z77
Note: I currently have the 3402 bios
post #7805 of 9343
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

no but Lucid Virtu is, just not MVP..

Virtu MVP is actually supported on Z68 boards but your limited to 30 days trial of the license. You can uninstall and reinstall every 30 days if you want. I even noticed that on my Asus Z68 Deluxe the new Bios v3603 refers to Virtu MVP features right on the iGpu setting page! Just no license in the dsdt tables to support it though so its a cruel joke!

Thanks Asus! So so funny!
post #7806 of 9343
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Quote:
Originally Posted by malmental View Post

no but Lucid Virtu is, just not MVP..

Virtu MVP is actually supported on Z68 boards but your limited to 30 days trial of the license. You can uninstall and reinstall every 30 days if you want. I even noticed that on my Asus Z68 Deluxe the new Bios v3603 refers to Virtu MVP features right on the iGpu setting page! Just no license in the dsdt tables to support it though so its a cruel joke!

Thanks Asus! So so funny!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by malmental View Post

no but Lucid Virtu is, just not MVP..
Quote:
Originally Posted by GeneO View Post

Virtu MVP is not supported on the Z68 boards.

Actually I tried lucid mvp on my P8Z68-V PRO and it works flawlessly, but it is in an evaluation period of 30 days
Would the latest 3603 bios fix this issue or is mvp only licensed for the Z77
Note: I currently have the 3402 bios
thanks guys for the update...
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post #7807 of 9343
Not just Asus. I don't think any Z68 boards are licensed.
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post #7808 of 9343
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Not just Asus. I don't think any Z68 boards are licensed.

That may be so but I read that Lucid is coming out with something called Virtu MVP Universal which will support all of the above.
I also read of a few people that tried to mod their bios dsdt tables with the license key with out any success to support MVP on Z68.

Right now I'm playing around with MVP though will have to uninstall and reinstall in 30 days. Bummer.
post #7809 of 9343
You guys are awesome. Thanks for having so much detailed info on this motherboard. I've used it to overclock my CPU nicely.

I have a dated P8P67 (E5940). I cannot find any info on it and I have a feeling it was the first edition of the motherboard. I remember when I bought it, there was news about faulty 6GB SATA ports. So far I've only been able to update my BIOS to version 2303 (release date 02/17/2012). Any attempt to update to a newer BIOS failed.
Code:
Motherboard Manufacturer: ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.
Motherboard Model: P8P67
Motherboard Version: Rev 1.xx
BIOS Manufacturer: American Megatrends Inc.
BIOS Version: ACRSYS - 1072009
BIOS Release Date: 2012/02/17

On the bright side, I've been able to overclock my i5 2500K to 4.5Ghz.

Here's a screenshot of the temps via HW:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Edited by Stalwart - 12/9/12 at 12:27pm
post #7810 of 9343
Does anybody have a guess as to why my eVGA GTX680 isn't running at 16x in the first PCIE slot? I know the differences between 8x and 16x are negligible, but it's more about why my motherboard is acting wonky? Also, when the video card is in the first slot, it triggers the onboard Intel graphics to be detected by the OS, whereas in the second PCIE slot, it doesn't. Strange behaviour.

I've had it set in the BIOS to be the default, but I've also set it so I specified that the primary graphics controller is PCIE.

BIOS is 3603. This happened on 340x as well too.
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