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post #471 of 1591
Does Sabertooth P67 come with auto overclock option in bios or AI suite?
Last time I read a review, it only mentioned that the board came with fan speed control from the mobo and nothing for auto OC or cpu upgrade stuff.
post #472 of 1591
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Does Sabertooth P67 come with auto overclock option in bios or AI suite?
Last time I read a review, it only mentioned that the board came with fan speed control from the mobo and nothing for auto OC or cpu upgrade stuff.
Yes - it has an "auto" mode, that clocked my CPU to 4.4Ghz, took care of the power requirements, and set my memory at the XMP profile, all in about 30 seconds.
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post #473 of 1591
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Does Sabertooth P67 come with auto overclock option in bios or AI suite?
Last time I read a review, it only mentioned that the board came with fan speed control from the mobo and nothing for auto OC or cpu upgrade stuff.
Yeah it comes with TPU (TurboV Processing Unit).
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post #474 of 1591
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Yes - it has an "auto" mode, that clocked my CPU to 4.4Ghz, took care of the power requirements, and set my memory at the XMP profile, all in about 30 seconds.
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Yeah it comes with TPU (TurboV Processing Unit).
Thanks for your replies! That clear my last doubt to get this mobo, will pull the trigger once my local store has stock
post #475 of 1591
Put together my new P67 Sabertooth box last Tuesday and just waiting for my Antec H26 620 to come, so I'm running stock cooler ATM
I hit 4.5 easily and decent temps during normal use, but when I started a BR encode I had to whoa it down, my cores pegged and it hit 87C in a hurry. This horse needs some cooling before you let er run 4 sure.


If the layout suits your needs, I recommend this one.
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post #476 of 1591
dvd drive issue?

I got the board today X58 and everything works fine. Except for the dvd drive. I have switched SATA cables, switched DVD drives, switched SATA ports. Nothing works. The drive shows up in the "computer" section of Windows explorer but does not show up on the left side.
Device driver for the dvd drive is installed and it shows up in the device manager.
It just will not read anything at all.

Worst is that I don't think this is a Windows issue.

Even during the post it will not load from the dvd drive. I cannot format and reinstall Windows unless I use an external DVD drive hooked up via USB.

I have tried fiddling with the settings in the BIOS.
AHCI
IDE
Marvell
JMB
Disabling marvell and JMB, renenabling them.
Nothing I can figure out works.

It doesn't make sense though. Everything on the board works except for its ability to read the disc drive? How can this be?
Also, latest BIOS is already installed. As of right now it's the 802 revision.

Is there some kind of specific setting in the BIOS that I have to enable or is my board just shot or is it really some kind of Windows error and I have to format and reinstall?
post #477 of 1591
Is the drive shown in the first bios screen?

What kind of drive is it?

A dvd drive should work properly with the default bios settings. You may want to load the defaults and start over. If you're like me, you may have lost track of what all you changed.
    
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post #478 of 1591
Already loaded defaults and tried it. Same result.

The first drive I put in was a normal DVD/writer. Something something HL-ST something DVDRAM. I know it works fine because it's plugged into a different system right now and that is running fine.

The second one right now is a TSSTcorp from Toshiba and I also know this one runs fine because I pulled it from the other system and it was working fine before that.

Yes, the drive shows up in the first BIOS screen as ATAPI. And if you go check it you will see the model name like TSSTcorp and whatnot along with the type (set to auto) and something about DMA and PIO I think? Also both set to AUTO.
post #479 of 1591
I would just reinstall windows, if that doesn't fix it I'd send the mobo back.

There may be some brilliant answer out there that makes for an elegant and easy fix, but I don't know it.

If multiple drives do it, and you have bios defaults, a fresh copy of win, and noone else has the issue with the 0802 bios, then it has to be your mobo.

I wish I had a better answer; someone else may.
    
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post #480 of 1591
is the VRM on the sabertooth p67 better than the ones on pro/deluxe line?
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