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I'm finnaly done just set up my baby, LOVE IT!
but I found a problem on cpu-z it shows me only 1 core and 2 threads, what I must do to run all cores, all threads?

EDIT : I found out what caused the problem. I installed another Win 7 and in there it shows 4 cores 8 threads. guess I have to move files from Win7 1 to Win7 2

a bit odd why is that? what I've done wrong?
Edited by Eaglake - 3/24/11 at 11:16am
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Does anyone have bluetooth working?
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I assume you are using 1305 BIOS? Have you tried any other? I will test 15... version. I am quite unhappy about my B3 board at the moment.

EDIT: I took the battery out it seems it solved the double boot issue. Still, I have to use 0.5 volts more to get a "stable" 4.5GHz overclock.
It happened on all BIOS revisions since the first. I think it's hardware related maybe a problem with the VRM's? I'm hoping I get a fixed one with the B3 board.
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So kind of a huge noob here and I'm wondering if anybody could help.
Should I get a P67 PRO or a P67 Extreme6.
Thanks for any help
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It happened on all BIOS revisions since the first. I think it's hardware related maybe a problem with the VRM's? I'm hoping I get a fixed one with the B3 board.
I updated my BIOS to 1502 and changed my overclocking system. I am using offset but with "added voltage" under CPU Power Management option in BIOS and PLL disabled etc. I will post all the info once I get home from work. Also, I did some Linx, Prime95, IBT and AIDA stress test and maximum vcore differs a lot...
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I updated my BIOS to 1502 and changed my overclocking system. I am using offset but with "added voltage" under CPU Power Management option in BIOS and PLL disabled etc. I will post all the info once I get home from work. Also, I did some Linx, Prime95, IBT and AIDA stress test and maximum vcore differs a lot...
The thing is, it turns off randomly. I could go 2 days folding and it would be fine, but another day the computer is completely idle apart from me browsing the web and bam, loses power and automatically turns back on again after a second or two.
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Does anyone have bluetooth working?
I haven't used it yet on my B3 board, but I did get it working and used it a few times with my old board.

If you've got all of the drivers installed correctly, you should see a "Bluetooth Radios" listing in your device manager. I've got two devices listed under that heading - "ASUS Bluetooth" and "Microsoft Bluetooth Enumerator." For what it's worth, I'm using the drivers from the installation DVD and not the ones listed in the first post here.

Once everything is installed correctly you should (I think) see a Bluetooth icon in the notification area of your taskbar and should also see some Bluetooth options in your Control Panel. From there it's just a matter of allowing devices to see and connect to your PC from within the Bluetooth options, which you can access either through the taskbar icon or via start menu search.

I only messed around with it once so some of the details might be fuzzy, but once I nailed down everything in the Device Manager it was pretty easy from there.
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I haven't used it yet on my B3 board, but I did get it working and used it a few times with my old board.

If you've got all of the drivers installed correctly, you should see a "Bluetooth Radios" listing in your device manager. I've got two devices listed under that heading - "ASUS Bluetooth" and "Microsoft Bluetooth Enumerator." For what it's worth, I'm using the drivers from the installation DVD and not the ones listed in the first post here.

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I only messed around with it once so some of the details might be fuzzy, but once I nailed down everything in the Device Manager it was pretty easy from there.
I found the problem. Windows service for Bluetooth support was disabled.
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The thing is, it turns off randomly. I could go 2 days folding and it would be fine, but another day the computer is completely idle apart from me browsing the web and bam, loses power and automatically turns back on again after a second or two.
Just like mine. Are you using LLC? Most likely volts are too low.
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So it sounds like B3 boards might have a few growing pains, but I think its finally time to return my B2 board since I use a 4 drive raid. Has anyone returned an ASUS through Newegg? How fast do they ship, and do you also get the free earbuds? Trying to decide who to use for the recall.
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