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post #11 of 15
on all my systems flashing didn't help but good to know. Only flashed to 0801 though as i don't thrust beta bioses. I don't like cooling in Romania either during summer when it gets to like 42+degrees celsius and my room gets hotter sometimes. Lucky H100 can pull it thru.
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by TerrabyteX View Post
on all my systems flashing didn't help but good to know. Only flashed to 0801 though as i don't thrust beta bioses. I don't like cooling in Romania either during summer when it gets to like 42+degrees celsius and my room gets hotter sometimes. Lucky H100 can pull it thru.
Can't find a 801 version on the ASUS website. Would it be better to flash back to the previous version (706) and just disable PLL Overvoltage?
post #13 of 15
hmm they pulled 0801 off their website, interesting. want me to give you the 0801 if i still have it on my usb stick ?
post #14 of 15
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hmm they pulled 0801 off their website, interesting. want me to give you the 0801 if i still have it on my usb stick ?
Is there much of a difference between 801 and 706?

EDIT: Others have noticed that 0801 is gone too: http://www.overclock.net/intel-bios/...s-p8z68-v.html

I think they just removed 0801 and stopped calling 0902 a beta version. Apart from the bad CPU temp readings, everything else seems alright.
Edited by MercurySteam - 11/9/11 at 3:32am
post #15 of 15
well when 0801 was up in the description they advertised better system stability ,better ram and cpu stability. I also noticed i could reach higher clocks with lower voltages but i went from 0501 to 0801 so i don't know if 706 or 801 did the voltage trick.

example : 501::4.8ghz@1.36
801::4.8ghz@1.32
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