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post #1341 of 3000
I just flash 1305 and i'm a bit dumbfounded..1305 wore reported to have F12 option...this are new bios or at list different from previous 1305 betas in my opinion ,same voltage as 1204 except for BT on/off and C state ,go figure
I will play with C state tomorrow and see how that works

Edit; actually looks like i need less V ,will do more testing when i get up
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So I know I'll get my new revision board soon and it might not be an issue anymore, but after flashing to 1204 from 1053, I'm getting the occasional cold boot issue again.

When it does happen, I'll hit the power button and fans / mobo lights will start, but no signal sent to the display... after a few seconds it will autmomatically power off and power on again, then it will begin booting but freeze at the Windows 7 logo screen. I have to restart again manually and prompt "normal start" because it didn't load properly. THEN it will boot normally and run perfectly fine.

It does this about once every 2-3 cold boots... the rest of the time it will boot with no issue.

It did not do this after I cleared the CMOS on 1053 bios. I have cleared CMOS (jumper swap only) after flashing to 1204.

Does anyone have a new p8p67 pro yet? What bios are they coming with?

I'm running at 4.7ghz, manual vcore of 1.35 (no stability issues once loaded), ram @ 1.6v as prescribed.

Any thoughts? Thanks guys.
I'm actually still having this issue on 1305 but it's not really a huge deal since i'm getting a new board soon.
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Got an email from the egg last night asking me about how I would like to take my RMA. Incase anyone is interested they gave 3 options. I took option 3 hopefully this route will speed things up a bit.

" A. Regular RMA
Regular RMAs are shipped once we receive your original unit. Once we receive your e-mail, we will create an RMA and send you a free return shipping label. Once we receive the original item from you, Newegg will ship the replacement to the original shipping address.

B. Advanced RMA
Advanced RMAs allow us to ship the replacement to you promptly and gives you 30 days to return the original unit. Once we receive your e-mail, a Customer Service Representative will contact you within 2 to 3 business days to process your RMA. Advanced RMAs require a Credit Card authorization: in the event we do not receive the defective replacement within 30 days from the date the replacement is shipped, the credit card you provide on the phone will be charged in the amount of the product retail price. Please include the best phone number to reach you at in your email but do NOT include your credit card information.

C. Not Interested
If you are not interested in a replacement, or have initiated a replacement with the manufacturer, you can either reply with "C" or "Not Interested" in the subject line, or simply disregard this email.
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Overclock question for you guys. I'm trying to push my CPu to 4.7ghz, and my PC locks up no BSOD. I tried doing it through BIOS, and I get to the windows start up screen and it just hangs there. I also tried setting it to 4.7 through AI suite and when I hit apply it just freezes everything up.

Here is what I have everything set at.
BLCK - 100
mutiplier - x47
vcore - 1.396v
vrm - 350hz
LLC - ultra high
phase control -extreme
duty control - extreme

Any thoughts?
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Overclock question for you guys. I'm trying to push my CPu to 4.7ghz, and my PC locks up no BSOD. I tried doing it through BIOS, and I get to the windows start up screen and it just hangs there. I also tried setting it to 4.7 through AI suite and when I hit apply it just freezes everything up.

Here is what I have everything set at.
BLCK - 100
mutiplier - x47
vcore - 1.396v
vrm - 350hz
LLC - ultra high
phase control -extreme
duty control - extreme

Any thoughts?
You're gonna hate to hear this but... not enough voltage. It's hanging at the windows logo, and never getting to "welcome"? More voltage. You can test it in AI suite, by bumping voltage up there, and then setting in BIOS once you figure out the voltage you need.
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Overclock question for you guys. I'm trying to push my CPu to 4.7ghz, and my PC locks up no BSOD. I tried doing it through BIOS, and I get to the windows start up screen and it just hangs there. I also tried setting it to 4.7 through AI suite and when I hit apply it just freezes everything up.

Here is what I have everything set at.
BLCK - 100
mutiplier - x47
vcore - 1.396v
vrm - 350hz
LLC - ultra high
phase control -extreme
duty control - extreme

Any thoughts?

Have you enabled Internal PLL overvoltage?
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You're gonna hate to hear this but... not enough voltage. It's hanging at the windows logo, and never getting to "welcome"? More voltage. You can test it in AI suite, by bumping voltage up there, and then setting in BIOS once you figure out the voltage you need.
How much should I bump it up? .10v? and work from there?
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Have you enabled Internal PLL overvoltage?
It's set to Auto, should I change it to enabled?
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How much should I bump it up? .10v? and work from there?


It's set to Auto, should I change it to enabled?
If you are ambitious, you can start at the high end 1.56V, and work down to the lowest you can go without freezing (quicker this way)... real important to watch your temps.

or the safe way, going the other way.. start at your 1.396 (which is probably actually 1.395), and push it 2 notches up to 1.4 (up .005V) in Turbo V, pushing the CPU multiplyer up 1x. If that doesn't work, try 2 more notches. When you find the point where you can boot, drop it one notch, and try again. then run something like prime to make sure that you don't crash later when you don't want to.

The freezing rebooting may drive you nuts, but it's the only way to find out what you need.

Regarding the Internal PLL overvoltage, at a 47 multiplyer, that setting really shouldn't matter... but having said that, it can't hurt to try.

Usually the PLL overvoltage setting helps when reaching for a 49+ multiplyer.
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Originally Posted by xandypx View Post
If you are ambitious, you can start at the high end 1.56V, and work down to the lowest you can go without freezing (quicker this way)... real important to watch your temps.

or the safe way, going the other way.. start at your 1.396 (which is probably actually 1.395), and push it 2 notches up to 1.4 (up .005V) in Turbo V, pushing the CPU multiplyer up 1x. If that doesn't work, try 2 more notches. When you find the point where you can boot, drop it one notch, and try again. then run something like prime to make sure that you don't crash later when you don't want to.

The freezing rebooting may drive you nuts, but it's the only way to find out what you need.

Regarding the Internal PLL overvoltage, at a 47 multiplyer, that setting really shouldn't matter... but having said that, it can't hurt to try.

Usually the PLL overvoltage setting helps when reaching for a 49+ multiplyer.
Thanks. I might bump it to 1.5v and work down from there, temps aren't really an issue at this time for me when testing. You're right about the freeze boots driving me nuts...lol

One thing that strikes me as weird is I have the cpu voltage 1.27v and I get very close to 1.4v during testing. My LLC is set to Ultra High.
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Any ideas why CPU won't stay @ 1600 MHZ for more than a 1second? This started happening after flashing to 1302, 1305 didn't solve it.

Not a biggie, but i'm pretty stubborn.
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