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Looks good, thanks.

Have you thought of water cooling the mobo chipsets?

What would work? When I google sabertooth x58 water block, I get nothing.
    
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Looks good, thanks.

Have you thought of water cooling the mobo chipsets?

What would work? When I google sabertooth x58 water block, I get nothing.
I might be interested in that but I also couldn't find any suitable blocks.
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anyone got pics of this mobo watercooled.
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I might be interested in that but I also couldn't find any suitable blocks.
i've read on another thread that koolance has universal ones that would work, but they aren't full cover blocks like you see with the other asus boards
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My p67 MOBO comes on Monday, and I will be making a new comp. So, I have two questions.

First, can I connect a DVD drive to the SATA 6 gb/s ports? Because the manual appears to say that the Intel and Marvel SATA 6 gb/s ports are only for Hard Drives.

Second, should I update my bios on my first boot? The manual says that one shouldn't unless there are problems, but some people recommend just updating it no matter what on first boot.

Suggestions?

Thanks for the help!
Edited by magogian - 2/26/11 at 7:58pm
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First, can I connect a DVD drive to the SATA 6 gb/s ports? Because the manual appears to say that the Intel and Marvel SATA 6 gb/s ports are only for Hard Drives.
not sure about the p67, but for my x58 i had one of my dvd plugged into the second sata 6gb/s port and it wasn't any faster than the other dvd on the sata 3gb/s port. I switched them both to sata 3gb/s to make room for a sata 6 gb/s 1TB hard drive along with a crucial c300 ssd
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not sure about the p67, but for my x58 i had one of my dvd plugged into the second sata 6gb/s port and it wasn't any faster than the other dvd on the sata 3gb/s port. I switched them both to sata 3gb/s to make room for a sata 6 gb/s 1TB hard drive along with a crucial c300 ssd
Thanks, but I may have been a bit unclear.

I'm not concerned about speed, but just whether an optical drive will work in the intel SATA III ports because the manual seems to say that the SATA III ports are only for Hard Drives.

From what you said, it sounds like it is fine to plug an optical drive into an intel SATA III, but I just wanted to make sure. (I've heard that optical drives generally don't work in the Marvel controlled SATA III ports.)
Edited by magogian - 2/26/11 at 8:52pm
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From what you said, it sounds like it is fine to plug an optical drive into an intel SATA III, but I just wanted to make sure. (I've heard that optical drives generally don't work in the Marvel controlled SATA III ports.)
yes, it worked just as if it were plugged into a sata 3gb/s port
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Perfect, thanks
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post #360 of 1591
anyone with the p67 sabertooth tuff give me some settings for bios i cant get my 2600k over 4.8ghz.. unless i got a crap chip..

edit: im also finding the new bios kinda confusing im gonna look on youtube for some vids on the new bios..

double edit fixed it i was on 901 bios now going to 1204 should fix my stabilty and turbo issues i.e i shouldnt crash at 5.0ghz lolz
Edited by UkGouki - 2/27/11 at 8:14am
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