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Beta doesn't mean that there isn't a change log.

So do not use it and wait.
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ok i just tryed to flash to the 1506 bios on my asus p67 delux
and i get this message how come.
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It will not. I am running Creative X-FI HD and it fits perfectly.
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That heatsink is very low profile and will not block anything Trust me, I'm using one.
Thanks for the reply guys!
 
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Thanks for the reply guys!
And I am using Corsair A70 with dual fans. It has quite a sizable heat sink.
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ok i just tryed to flash to the 1506 bios on my asus p67 delux
and i get this message how come.
If that's on a USB flash drive, make sure it's formatted with FAT32.
You can get the files here
http://files.extremeoverclocking.com/file.php?f=197

There's also a link for win98 system files in case you want to make the disk bootable (if you want to flash with a MS DOS flasher, instead of through the BIOS or windows).
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post #1536 of 3000
the ubs stick is fat32 i used the stick for all my other bios up dates.
just with this 1506 bios my be it just for the b3 boards.
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so i submitted my stuff today for asus rma, i got a rma number, but how do i know when they will ship my new board? dont i get a tracking number from them?
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so i submitted my stuff today for asus rma, i got a rma number, but how do i know when they will ship my new board? dont i get a tracking number from them?
I completed the RMA on my P67 Pro about a week ago. I scanned and emailed the CC approval form for the advanced shipping on a Saturday and had the FedEx guy standing on my doorstep on Tuesday before I even got an email response from ASUS. You should get a couple of emails with instructions within 24 hours (business days) of submitting your info (and your new board arriving).

It looks like they used one- or two-day shipping on the new boards and paid for ground (~1 week) for returns. You'll get an email with a FexEx barcode - print it out, take it to FedEx, and they'll take care of the rest.

Pretty painless overall.
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so i submitted my stuff today for asus rma, i got a rma number, but how do i know when they will ship my new board? dont i get a tracking number from them?
You can go to the ASUS support website, and track the status of the RMA using your Motherboard's serial number.

When I sent them my CC info, they shipped the new board to me, overnight shipping, the following morning.

I sent the CC info on a Monday @ 3:30PM Pacific Time, my new motherboard arrived Wednesday morning. I got my first e-mail from ASUS with the RMA nymber Wednesday afternoon, and about an hour after that, the fed-ex info, but I knew the new board was on the way Tuesday through their online RMA service, even though I didn't know the RMA number.
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Weird thing happened today. I went to turn on my PC and it started to turn on then immediately shut off. I turned it on again and it turned on fine...No error message or anything. Anyone else have this happen?
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