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My P67 Sabertooth, nevermind cabeling, not done yet.
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post #1132 of 1591
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Originally Posted by ShamisOMally;15018010 
Why did you take the fans off your Direct CU II?

That videocard has a vent there to allow air to escape for cooling the VRM's, if you took the fans off the videocard, the VRM's get super hot, and the heatsink passively dumps the heat there against your mobo

EDIT: NM, I can see the fans now, just looked weird

Hmmm, have you tried aiming a secondary fan at the back of your case there?

Or how is the airflow in your case? High airflow should dump all that heat out, and the Direct CU II dumps hot air into your case, not out of your case

I ended up ditching my Lian Li case and re-installing everything in a Fractal Design R3.

With 1 front intake, 1 rear exhaust and 1 side exhaust the USB 3 sensor doesn't go over 69deg anymore. Good enough for me...
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Originally Posted by Ross L;14909049 
Hi,

I've read on various forums that numerous people are having the issue I am having and I'm hoping someone can help me solve it, as it is mildly annoying.

When I press the power button on my PC (spec below) the light turns on and you hear everything come to life for about 4 seconds. Then all of a sudden it will cut out for about 2-3 seconds and then start booting up again. Is there a fix for this? I have updated my BIOS to the latest available and this hasn't fixed the issue.

Also is there a fix for the double boot screen showing up? Seems a bit odd that it comes up twice.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Ross

i had the same issue but mines did that same process about 2/3 time before it boots. the problem was at least with mine, was that a fan connected to the fan 1 was causing it. when i removed it, it worked. try remove the ram, or clear cmos
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post #1134 of 1591
hi sabertooth owners,

I just bought a Sabertooth P67 last Sunday, I noticed that the TUF logo displays 3 times during boot. Is this normal? If I disable displaying the TUF logo, I could see the American Megatrends screen twice, the first one being so quick it would just flash like a lightning on my screen.

I have updated my BIOS to version 1850 which I think is the latest from: http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1155/SABERTOOTH_P67/#download

Thanks for any help smile.gif
Edited by momonz - 9/27/11 at 8:18am
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post #1135 of 1591
Sabertooth P67 Owners - HELP!

My board did not come with the assistant fan screws! eek.gif If anyone has a set they don't plan on using, would you please PM me. I already have my fan and would really like to put it in. sad-smiley-002.gif I prefer not to deal with ASUS if I don't have to.

Thanks ...
post #1136 of 1591
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Originally Posted by Compaddict;15090885 
Sabertooth P67 Owners - HELP!

My board did not come with the assistant fan screws! eek.gif If anyone has a set they don't plan on using, would you please PM me. I already have my fan and would really like to put it in. sad-smiley-002.gif I prefer not to deal with ASUS if I don't have to.

Thanks ...

Pull out one of the nubby ones that in the board and head to you nearest hardware story and locate the bolt bins. Match the thread count and size. Most places have a gauge system to figure it out. May want to take the fan so you can make sure you grab some that are long enough.
post #1137 of 1591
Quote:
Originally Posted by animal0307;15092249 
Pull out one of the nubby ones that in the board and head to you nearest hardware story and locate the bolt bins. Match the thread count and size. Most places have a gauge system to figure it out. May want to take the fan so you can make sure you grab some that are long enough.
Good idea, that will be my back up plan. cool.gif

I'm pretty sure there will be someone who knows they will never use theirs and help me out, at least that is what I would do for someone else. I have plenty of spare parts still in motherboard boxes I would give to someone that needed a specific part that I know I won't use. These screws just happen to be a one of a kind for this specific motherboard (As far as I know). I appreciate the advice, I hadn't thought about taking the fan with me to make sure on the length. Thanks! smile.gif+
post #1138 of 1591
I doubt I will use the screws with mine but I know if I give them away I will decide I want to use them the next month. But good luck. Hope someone will be generous enough to send them to you.
post #1139 of 1591
I know exactly what you mean. Though I suppose even 2 would do the job. smile.gif



Edit: Went with plan "B"

For anyone interested, the screws are M3 x 16 x .50
Pitch for a 10mm fan and cost me $1 cool.gif

Edited by Compaddict - 9/28/11 at 3:23pm
post #1140 of 1591
Hi everyone, add me to the club! Here's my Asus Sabertooth P67 board pics biggrin.gif

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It's a clean looking board, thanks to the thermal armor smile.gif
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