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Uploaded 1502 last night. No cold boot issues so far today. Need to re-overclock my CPU. I thought it saved settings. But it set everything back to factory default. Also, every so often I would get a double post nothing yet. Maybe ASUS is finally getting on the ball.
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Originally Posted by Sheyster View Post
The most recent version listed on the ASUS site for the vanilla P8P67 is 1401. Did they officially release anything newer for it?
I posted the link for version 1506 for the p8p67 (vanilla):

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Originally Posted by snorbaard View Post
For anyone wondering here is the link: download
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Originally Posted by TckHoles View Post
umm dude you do realize that you have a DELUXE board and the 1506 is for the vanilla board , I only caught it becuase i saw your current version is 1502 and the newest for the vanilla board is 1401
You mean newest for the Deluxe is 1401,
but actually it is 1505 and you can download it here.

I got it from this thread on hwbot.
Edited by snorbaard - 3/31/11 at 1:53pm
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Originally Posted by snorbaard View Post
I posted the link for version 1506 for the p8p67 (vanilla):





You mean newest for the Deluxe is 1401,
but actually it is 1505 and you can download it here.

I got it from this thread on hwbot.
oh maybe 1505 is a beta I was refering to asus' website, latest official is 1502
http://usa.asus.com/product.aspx?P_I...ccl&templete=2
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hey guys i have the p8p67 deluxe teamed with a 2600k. Im using the ram from my previous rig which is gskill ripjaws(blue) 1600mhz 7-8-7-24 @1.6v. Thing is when i first set up my sandy bridge rig i had to use the memok button and it downclocked the ram to 1333 @1.5v @9-9-9-24.

I cant seem to get my ram running at its factory specs. Its the weirdest thing. When i hit the memok button i notice in the bios it changes my bclk from 100mhz to 103mhz.

im running bios ver 1502.

anyone else have similar problems?

edit: somehow enabling internal pll overvoltage allowed me to keep 100mhz bclk and run my ram and factory spec. very weird.
Edited by AliceInChains - 4/1/11 at 12:32am
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hey guys i have the p8p67 deluxe teamed with a 2600k. Im using the ram from my previous rig which is gskill ripjaws(blue) 1600mhz 7-8-7-24 @1.6v. Thing is when i first set up my sandy bridge rig i had to use the memok button and it downclocked the ram to 1333 @1.5v @9-9-9-24.

I cant seem to get my ram running at its factory specs. Its the weirdest thing. When i hit the memok button i notice in the bios it changes my bclk from 100mhz to 103mhz.

im running bios ver 1502.

anyone else have similar problems?

edit: somehow enabling internal pll overvoltage allowed me to keep 100mhz bclk and run my ram and factory spec. very weird.
The memok button will always do that, because the native spped for RAM on Sandy Bridge is 1333. It also sets loose timings to ensure a successful boot, typically even disregarding the SPD information programed to the DIMM. Never figured out why ASUS chose to have the Bclk go to 103 though.

The only thing you can do, as you found out, is to manually set everything you can for the DIMMS. One of the things that internal pll overvoltage specifically improves is the ability to OC RAM. Anything over 1333 is considered an OC.
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The memok button will always do that, because the native spped for RAM on Sandy Bridge is 1333. It also sets loose timings to ensure a successful boot, typically even disregarding the SPD information programed to the DIMM. Never figured out why ASUS chose to have the Bclk go to 103 though.

The only thing you can do, as you found out, is to manually set everything you can for the DIMMS. One of the things that internal pll overvoltage specifically improves is the ability to OC RAM. Anything over 1333 is considered an OC.
My RAM is currently running at 1866 8-9-8-8-24 @ 1.65v. It's not even getting warm. Wish I could up the voltage a little bit and oc it more, but I heard 1.65v is the absolute max RAM voltage for these newer intel chips. Is it still applicable/true for Sandy Bridge?

My RAM is rated for 2000 MHz, 8-9-8-8-24 @ 1.65v
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The memok button will always do that, because the native spped for RAM on Sandy Bridge is 1333. It also sets loose timings to ensure a successful boot, typically even disregarding the SPD information programed to the DIMM. Never figured out why ASUS chose to have the Bclk go to 103 though.

The only thing you can do, as you found out, is to manually set everything you can for the DIMMS. One of the things that internal pll overvoltage specifically improves is the ability to OC RAM. Anything over 1333 is considered an OC.
on Asus mobos you can switch to auto XMP so it loads the factory timings from the RAM, and then switch back to manual OC, that way you dont have to enter ram settings manually
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lol, at 4.6ghz my temps never broke 70c. and this is without fine tuning cpu voltage. which im sure it could come down a bit and still be stable. These chips are stupid easy to overclock.
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lol, at 4.6ghz my temps never broke 70c. and this is without fine tuning cpu voltage. which im sure it could come down a bit and still be stable. These chips are stupid easy to overclock.
Yeah at 4.5 Ghz my chip rarely breaks 60c lol

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hey anyone here use tha ai suite to overclock? im just wondering if it actually makes real time settings changes int he bios. like if i change my cpu voltage in the ai suite and then reboot will it start back up with the same voltage? or is this software like previous generations where any changes made in the os were temporary unless loaded after boot in the os.
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