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post #1351 of 3000
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Originally Posted by ilam3d View Post
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.
clear cmos and asus p8p67 manual page 2-14 memok switch.
or
clear cmos and enable tpu switch. see what it auto oc to.
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I'm still waiting for my local MicroCenter to get the standard P8P67 boards in...they had about 10 Pro B3 boards when I last checked on Friday (Santa Clara).

A few questions for those of you who happened to get around to replace your board with a B3 version of the same board:

Did you need to reinstall Windows?
Did you need to reactivate Windows?

Basically, I want to know if there was any issues with the swap. I don't expect there to be any since it's the same board, but I'd like to get some confirmation on this. I really would like to avoid having to reinstall software....time is hard to come by.
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Update;
"
Gary Key ASUS Technical Support

Status:
New UEFI and Software for MIVE Posted - Updated UEFI releases for the rest of the boards coming in the near future (looks like next week) with several updates."
Updated - 03/07/2011

"We have new NV video drivers for the P67 WS board that along with the 1103 UEFI offers improved GPU/multi-GPU performance. You will not be able to roll back to an older UEFI after this update as it contains new firmware and B3 stepping compatibility. The next official UEFI update (13xx code) in the near future will feature additional user enhancements, USB drift fix and updated Marvell/Intel MEI controller firmware. I highly suggest a Clear CMOS event after loading the updated UEFI and then entering UEFI to reset your custom settings. JJ and I will have updated information on memory setups and SSD testing next week."
http://hardforum.com//showthread.php?t=1578865
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I have a general question - since I wrote you a little FAQ, has anything changed? Do I need to add anything, or take something away from it, or is everything fine? I don't pay full attention to this thread since I went with an AMD build instead of a sandy-bridge build (it turned out to be a lot cheaper), but I don't like the idea of neglecting something that got put in the first post.

Feel free to PM me or leave a message here (I'll check through the next few pages to be sure), if you think it needs changing
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clear cmos and asus p8p67 manual page 2-14 memok switch.
or
clear cmos and enable tpu switch. see what it auto oc to.
I tried clering CMOS with no good results.. I don't know why you asked me to Auto OC, but i tried it and left it running for a while. When i came back, it was stability testing @ 5.6GHz with 1.59v (84c) which made me clear CMOS again and put back my common 4.2 OC with 1.215v.

Does anyone have any idea why my 2600k doesn't stay at idle clocks (1600 MHZ) after 1302 update? I tried the C states ON and Auto with no difference.
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not sure what is going on with my rig, but I went to install more RAM today. and I get the red RAM light on everytime now no matter if its 1 or 4 sticks. I tried clearing the cmos and everything can't even get to the BIOS screen. Any ideas?

Guess I should add that even when I hit the memok button I get a restart but the RAM LED will just be flashing. I repeat the process with the same result. Can't even get into the BIOS.
Edited by BigFrank - 3/11/11 at 1:57pm
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Anyone know if its safe to use the downgrade bios option on a b3 motherboard in the asus update? I had stable settings on 1204 but the 1305 the new board came with, i'm having a terrible time finding stability (at 4.8ghz)..
    
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I keep trying to convince myself to buy the P8P67 (standard) but there are so many weird issues listed in this thread.
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I finally got my SB rig up and running again and hopefully this time it won't die on me. I got a new processor and motherboard. I switched from pro to deluxe.

However, on the temp led, I'm getting an error message. It says AA and after looking at the manual it said the following:

"System hasd transitioned into ACPI mode. Interrupt controller is in APIC mode."

Anyone know what this mean and what do I have to do to fix it?
    
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I keep trying to convince myself to buy the P8P67 (standard) but there are so many weird issues listed in this thread.
Hopefully the new boards won't have as many issues. They rushed these boards out to start with. I get my new board on Monday!
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