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post #1101 of 3000
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Thanks man, btw I was just testing prime for about 2 and a half hours and this is the first time my Asus suite gave me this warning:

[02/10/2011 at 09:21 pm] MotherBoard -103.0 Abnormal
[02/10/2011 at 09:21 pm] MotherBoard 32.0 Normal

It went back to normal Instantly :S said something like "warning motherboard centigrade"

Any ideas, should I be worried? The temps were being monitored and Motherboard temp never reached 34C and CPU was hovering at 69-70C at full load on Prime.
There has been a few threads on this, and some discussion in this thread regarding this. AI Suite is buggy as hell. I second the disable route. Go into AI suite, click on the settings tab under too turn off sensor recorder and totally disable the monitor option.
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I figured as much, thank you for letting me know guys, I'm going to disable it now, I also decided to let nature run its course and not actually change ports for my HDD's.

Kind of messy in my case and I will have to take crap out before being able to access the ports, however I'll eventually do it in the end.
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hey guys, I have an Asus p8p67 and if I try to pass 4.5 I am not stable for more than 5 minutes, I have updated to the 1204 bios, and at 4.5 all I had to do was set oc to manual
ratio by all cores in os to 45
manual vcore of 1.31
all other cpu adjustments at default, and can go 6 hrs in prime no errors,
I have manually adjusted my ram to factory settings
now here is what I have tried at 4.6
ratio 46, vcore up to 1.33 , cpu pll overvoltage unabled, LLC ultra high, phase to extreme, duty cycle to extreme, vrm to manual 350.
Am I missing some settings guys, I know if i got 4.5 this easy , I cant be at a wall with 4.6 can I ?, thanks for the help
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Gigabyte tool give me"Use of Intel PCH SATA 2.0 ports is not recommended!" Now the mobo give me some blue screen at random, my DVD wont work anymore .. what a mess..
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Originally Posted by JeanF View Post
Gigabyte tool give me"Use of Intel PCH SATA 2.0 ports is not recommended!" Now the mobo give me some blue screen at random, my DVD wont work anymore .. what a mess..
I thought the Gigabyte tool was only compatible with Gigabyte boards?
post #1106 of 3000
Don't know if this has been posted yet.

Website is real slow.

ASUS sign-up website for replacement mobo's one the new P67's become available

http://service.asus.com/notice/Overview.aspx

You need to click on the tab for "Service Regitration Form"
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Don't know if this has been posted yet.

Website is real slow.

ASUS sign-up website for replacement mobo's one the new P67's become available

http://service.asus.com/notice/Overview.aspx

You need to click on the tab for "Service Regitration Form"
Should people who picked up their boards from newegg use this method or go directly through newegg?
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Should people who picked up their boards from newegg use this method or go directly through newegg?
Newegg announced that they will accept returns for refund. Which means you will need to buy a replacement board.

Although it is not posted on the ASUS website, according to a good source, when they begin the replacements, ASUS is supposed to offer three options:

1. You ship your Mobo to them, once recieved, they ship you a new one.

2. You give them a credit card number (they don't bill it), you ship your board, and as soon as ASUS verifys that the shipping company has the board, they ship you the replacement. Provided they recieve the board they expect, no charge to your credit card.

3. You give them a credit card (they charge the card for the price of a new board). They immediately ship you a new board, and the documentation to return your old board. Once the new board is received, you ship the defective board back to ASUS. Upon receipt by ASUS, they verify the info submitted in your registration form, and verify the RMA'd board, and issue a credit to your credit card.

The replacement boards/RMAs will be issued/sent based on the date that the Registration form is filled out and submitted on their website. First come, first served.
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Damn thanks. I wonder how long it will take them to put the money back on my card if I go option #3.
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Originally Posted by xandypx View Post
Newegg announced that they will accept returns for refund. Which means you will need to buy a replacement board.

Although it is not posted on the ASUS website, according to a good source, when they begin the replacements, ASUS is supposed to offer three options:

1. You ship your Mobo to them, once recieved, they ship you a new one.

2. You give them a credit card number (they don't bill it), you ship your board, and as soon as ASUS verifys that the shipping company has the board, they ship you the replacement. Provided they recieve the board they expect, no charge to your credit card.

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The replacement boards/RMAs will be issued/sent based on the date that the Registration form is filled out and submitted on their website. First come, first served.
Im pretty sure 2 and 3 are partially correct. It sounds like their cross-ship service that works like this.
You fill out a form sign it and scan and email it to them (it has your CC info on it).
Once they get it they ship you a new board and once that board arrives you have 14 days to return the defective board otherwise they charge your CC. Note that you have 14 days to ship the old board AFTER the new board arrives at your doorstep. After the old board arrives to them they close your case and the RMA is completed.
This is how it worked when I had to RMA my Crosshair IV formula and it worked really well.
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