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new review at Hardware Canucks for Pro B3 http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/40263-asus-p8p67-pro-lga1155-sandy-bridge-motherboard-review.html
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Any solution to double boot on ASUS P8P67 Deluxe B3? I returned my Pro and got Deluxe instead. I know there is a clear cmos button in the back, I pressed it for 10 secs but still get a double boot. Sgould I take the batter out?

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Bluetooth doesn't work 8(.
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Originally Posted by Iching;12815175 
Any solution to double boot on ASUS P8P67 Deluxe B3? I returned my Pro and got Deluxe instead. I know there is a clear cmos button in the back, I pressed it for 10 secs but still get a double boot. Sgould I take the batter out?

Cheers.

Yes.
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Originally Posted by BigFrank;12817771 
Yes.

Thank you. Sorry for the typos. I will give it a shot tomorrow.
post #1437 of 3000
Will setting current limit to 140% really risk anything? Or is it just red for show since it's the top setting? And anyone else getting much better results on B3 boards? I have much better idle voltage stability, so I can use a lower vcore.
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I'm not sure about the current limit. I have had more issues overclocking with the b3 board. I find that I need higher voltages to have a boot stable overclock.
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Are the drivers in the opening post up to date for the B3 boards?
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Originally Posted by BigFrank;12819137 
I'm not sure about the current limit. I have had more issues overclocking with the b3 board. I find that I need higher voltages to have a boot stable overclock.

Glad I kept my b2.
    
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