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For the asus p8p67 pro do you plug in the 24 pin and the 8 pin atx power connectors or just one?
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For the asus p8p67 pro do you plug in the 24 pin and the 8 pin atx power connectors or just one?
You plug in both.
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On the asus p8p67 pro, Please answer what you can!

1. The HD Audio and AC 97 plugs are together. Do I plug in the AC97 at all? If not, do i plug the HD Audio into the AAFP slot.

2. Do I need to install the IEEE 1394a cable set-up? What does it do?

3. The motherboard came with an extra white connector labeled (speaker, Ground, +5v, PWR Ground, Reset). Did you guys connect that before running the +Led, - Led, power sw, reset SW? Or did you just plug them into the motherboard as is?
Edited by drew2128 - 4/14/11 at 9:24pm
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post #1664 of 3000
As far as question 1 goes you just need to plug in HD audio

Don't know about the 2nd one.

For the third one you can do it either way. The white connector just makes it easier to connect all the things on your case. It is personal preference
Edited by Xcrunner - 4/14/11 at 11:09pm
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On the asus p8p67 pro, Please answer what you can!

1. The HD Audio and AC 97 plugs are together. Do I plug in the AC97 at all? If not, do i plug the HD Audio into the AAFP slot.

2. Do I need to install the IEEE 1394a cable set-up? What does it do?

3. The motherboard came with an extra white connector labeled (speaker, Ground, +5v, PWR Ground, Reset). Did you guys connect that before running the +Led, - Led, power sw, reset SW? Or did you just plug them into the motherboard as is?
1) use HD Audio. AC'97 is an old standard and does not have jack detection. They're not compatible with eachother.

2) No. It's for Firewire, and if you don't know what it is, then you don't use it.

3) It helps a lot if you're disconnecting the motherboard often, but if you won't do that, then there's no need.
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man i feel like downclocking my 2600k. Has anyone done it?

like downclock to 500 mghz and run some benchmarks compare to my p3 lol
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3. The motherboard came with an extra white connector labeled (speaker, Ground, +5v, PWR Ground, Reset). Did you guys connect that before running the +Led, - Led, power sw, reset SW? Or did you just plug them into the motherboard as is?

That's the ASUS Q-connector. I used mine; it makes it much easier to plug all those connections back in when you swap motherboards.
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When I try to install the new bios it wont let me take it off the usb in windows. Keeps Say ROM only. DO I have to do it from inside bios? If so how do I do that in detail plz?
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When I try to install the new bios it wont let me take it off the usb in windows. Keeps Say ROM only. DO I have to do it from inside bios? If so how do I do that in detail plz?
Yes, better to use EZFlash in the BIOS than to do it in Windows.
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is it normal to see on cpu-z, varius voltage changes while running Linx or prime95?
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