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Poll Results: Do you prefer the new OCN?

 
  • 35% (32)
    Yes!
  • 15% (14)
    No!
  • 14% (13)
    Yes and No!
  • 34% (31)
    Don't give a damn about it! (LOL)
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I think we need a new poll or something in this club...

Something like this - 'Do you love your P5Q Pro/Pro Turbo enough to throw out your girlfriend, or never have a girlfriend again?'
    
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Originally Posted by mmBoogieman View Post
Nice, nice thread. I've had this mobo in service since July of 2010 and have loved the heck out of it, mostly because I've gotten screaming stock performance out of it with no temp issues.
Welcome to the forum! I agree, of all the motherboards I have ever used the P5Q Pro Turbo has had the best temps.

Good luck with your overclocking.
    
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I think we need a new poll or something in this club...

Something like this - 'Do you love your P5Q Pro/Pro Turbo enough to throw out your girlfriend, or never have a girlfriend again?'

Hmm... what about us married guys, no poll for us?
    
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Hmm... what about us married guys, no poll for us?
'Do you love your P5Q Pro/Pro Turbo enough to throw out your girlfriend/wife, or never have a girlfriend/wife again?'
    
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'Do you love your P5Q Pro/Pro Turbo enough to throw out your girlfriend/wife, or never have a girlfriend/wife again?'
The answer: NO..I'd rather to be gettin some booty..

CHEERS..
     
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First, Welcome to this thread Second, please fill out your system in your control panel. Third, you can change boot order on your serial ATA devices from bios.

After you have installed harddrives, go into bios and check the boot order. Also, do not use those two Drive Xpert connectors. The White and Orange. Make sure your SSD is plugged into the red Serial ATA port 1 (Or was it 0?), anyway, first of them...
I knew I was missing something. Done.

The SSD is sitting in the DriveXpert port, so that's gotta change first. Will report back. Thanks!
    
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I knew I was missing something. Done.

The SSD is sitting in the DriveXpert port, so that's gotta change first. Will report back. Thanks!
Lol! Asus DriveXpert - Super Speed My Ass!
    
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The answer: NO..I'd rather to be gettin some booty..

CHEERS..
After a while you get tired of it, and you will miss your P5Q Pro again
    
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After a while you get tired of it, and you will miss your P5Q Pro again
There's so many games to be played and on so many levels with a booty and they still are keep comming..

But with this mobo there's nothing left for me,have done it all..

Still I would hate to see it go or bit the dust..at least until I decide to upgrade..

CHEERS..
     
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OK, that was stupid-easy. Leaving the mode in IDE on th BIOS and not touching any other setting for Drive Xpert (I don't even like typing that) did the trick. Any other change refused to use the SSD as a boot device...even if it was prioritized as #1. Anyway, that's done. Now to the good stuff.

I see several of you running the same CPU at over 3GHz with solid stability and temp. This machine runs 24/7 and is used primarily for gaming or ismple work tasks as needed, so stability is the key. Squeezing performance out of the video card is also an objective. So starting with the CPU, what's a good starting point?
    
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