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post #1371 of 3000
Quote:
Originally Posted by dealio;12776968 
questions for people that advanced RMA'ed directly via Asus:

did the new mobo come in retail packaging with all accessories? and/or do you have to return the old mobo in the original box ?

yes it will come in retail box with all accessories+set of HS-101 notebook headset,you send the old one in with the original box (you may have to call them to get FedX return label)

Update;

NEW BIOS for P8P67 (1401) - P8P67-Deluxe (1502) - P8P67-Evo (1502) - P8P67-Pro (1502) Download links here:ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/
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Originally Posted by deathmage;12777767 
Hello,

I'm not used to this new EUFI bios on the new Asus boards. I like it, its more of a GUI design. But I'm not sure what settings to adjust to achieve a 4.0ghz overclock. I'm sure a 5.0ghz overclock is definitely possible. I have a H50 and the chip is running very cool atm.

I'm also running 8 Gb's of Corsair Vengeance Memory 1600 DDR3.

if anyone know this new BIOS well and could point in the section to go and what settings to change to get a 4.0ghz clock or 5.0ghz clock. I'm sure I could use the mobo auto settings to overclock but I want to do it manually.

Also, I ordered my board @ 11:45am last Saturday off Newegg by 12:05 the item said "Sold Out", It's a Rev 3.0 board, I'm quite happy I got it, It works like a charm, now I want to overclock it.


Thank you.

The best place to start at is http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1578110 in my opinion, even if I not tryed it myself, I have heard good feedback on this guide. Their is also those three that may came handy :

http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/overclocking/39184-p67-sandy-bridge-overclocking-guide-beginners.html
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpus/2011/01/03/intel-sandy-bridge-review/5
http://www.overclock.net/intel-general/910467-ultimate-sandy-bridge-oc-guide-p67a.html

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Originally Posted by coolhandluke41;12777822 
yes it will come in retail box with all accessories+set of HS-101 notebook headset,you send the old one in with the original box (you may have to call them to get FedX return label)

Update;

NEW BIOS for P8P67 (1401) - P8P67-Deluxe (1502) - P8P67-Evo (1502) - P8P67-Pro (1502) Download links here: http://hwbot.org/forum/showpost.php?...&postcount=379 Thanks to Massman at Hwbot for the heads up
http://hwbot.org/forum/showthread.ph...870#post101870

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Originally Posted by dealio;12776968 
questions for people that advanced RMA'ed directly via Asus:

did the new mobo come in retail packaging with all accessories? and/or do you have to return the old mobo in the original box ?

My advanced RMA came in a retail box with all accessories. The return information asked that all accessories be returned. I shipped it back in the old retail box, and the accessories from the new box, and kept the new box, as it has the new serial number on it. I don't think ASUS cares which retail box you send back. Packed it into the same outer (brown box) box ASUS shipped the new one to me in, and dropped it off at Fed-ex per the return instructions.

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Originally Posted by coolhandluke41;12777822 
yes it will come in retail box with all accessories+set of HS-101 notebook headset,you send the old one in with the original box (you may have to call them to get FedX return label)

Oh yea... forgot.. received a new set of headphones also. I received an e-mail with the Fed-Ex information yesterday (1 day after receiving the new board). The new board came with overnight shipping from ASUS, if I might add. Received the new board on Wednesday after submitting my CC info late Monday night.
Edited by xandypx - 3/18/11 at 10:11am
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Originally Posted by deathmage;12777767 
Hello,

I'm not used to this new EUFI bios on the new Asus boards. I like it, its more of a GUI design. But I'm not sure what settings to adjust to achieve a 4.0ghz overclock. I'm sure a 5.0ghz overclock is definitely possible. I have a H50 and the chip is running very cool atm.

I'm also running 8 Gb's of Corsair Vengeance Memory 1600 DDR3.

if anyone know this new BIOS well and could point in the section to go and what settings to change to get a 4.0ghz clock or 5.0ghz clock. I'm sure I could use the mobo auto settings to overclock but I want to do it manually.

Also, I ordered my board @ 11:45am last Saturday off Newegg by 12:05 the item said "Sold Out", It's a Rev 3.0 board, I'm quite happy I got it, It works like a charm, now I want to overclock it.


Thank you.

The boards will pretty much do 4.3 on their own. My BIOS automatically defaults to a 43 multiplyer.

For 4.6, just change the multiplyer to 46, and manually set the Bclk to 100 (don't let it stay at 103), although 103 will work, the auto voltage setting increases the CPU voltage too much. You shouldn't need to do any more than that. From where you end up with your Vcore, start lowering voltage from there. You'll be suprised how much you can reduce voltage. Also, set your memory manually 1600Mhz, and DRAM timings and voltage. My board has a tendency to set voltage at 1.65 rather than 1.5 if settings are left on AUTO, and I'm using 1.5V Corsair memory. Either that, or the EFI BIOS will often downclock my 1866 memory to 1333, when it goes through its double POST reset, when changes are made. Manually set, nothing changes.

For 5.0+, follow the instructions in one of the posts linked above. Not too many setting need to be tweeked. Just watch your voltage and temps. Auto voltage settings tend to raise voltage more than is required for stability. Sandy can get pretty hot once you start to increase voltage.


MY Bad.. Sorry for the double POST.
Edited by xandypx - 3/18/11 at 10:29am
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Here's the official FTP from Asus, for the PRO board, including the latest 1502 bios. From there you can navigate to the other boards, as well.

ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/P8P67_PRO/
Edited by Yor_ - 3/18/11 at 11:37am
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ooo i'll wait until others have tried it first lol, last time I did a bios upgrade, from 1204 to 1305, I lost my raid completely and it wouldn't boot to windows, no biggy but just had to install EVERYTHING again mad.gif. So just a heads up guys, because I dont think I'll be in a hurry to upgrade the bios anytime soon. Also make sure, you reset default clocks and then upgrade bios. good luck lol biggrin.gif
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Already flashed my board, everything good so far. Though, I don't know what changes are in this version of bios.
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Anyone know what features/changes are included with the new BIOS?
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sorry ..updated

from the EVO section;

[ 1502 ]
1. fix the CPU/turbo ratio is wrong after clear CMOS
2. fix mouse cursor may be drift if there is a joystick plug in
3. fix that xhci legacy support function fail if there is another PCIE usb3.0 addon card on the system
4. Improve TPU's algorithm to bring better performance on some CPUs.
    
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