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Anybody have any idea why the P8P67 WS BIOS's have disappeared? The don't appear on the ASUS website either. This is not good because I just bought one.
Fixed. Seems that Asus removed several of the older BIOSes on their ftp. I replaced them with different links.

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Also added a newer bluetooth driver for M4E.
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http://forums.overclockersclub.com/i...&#entry1880662

If you have any questions, let me know. I'll be replacing my GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD7-B3 with the ASUS P8P67 Deluxe tonight and applying the latest BIOS.
Did you use offset voltages or did you use the "manual" setting? I always used manual.
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I'm currently using 1505. I started off with these settings, and tweaked to my own liking. I really did find a difference with turning off C3/C6 and changing the frequency to 400 instead of 350 as recommended. Keep in mind though, every chip is vastly different, so don't beat yourself up too much if your chip cannot reach 5ghz. One thing I really like about the Asus boards is that you can set everything to auto, put your max turbo multiplier to 50, and see if your board can even boot at that clock with the board's auto (way too much imo) voltage. You'll get there.


I'd give it a shot personally if the old bios seemed that much better to you. BIOS failures aren't nearly as scary as they used to be, as recovering from a corrupted BIOS is so much easier in today's world. (Just don't get mad it me if it does fail! )
I will try those settings and let you know! I probably won't get mad at all, but under watercooling, I always thought that at least 4.8ghz should be cake.

EDIT: Anyone know if my batch is good? It is L050A853

DOUBLE EDIT: Also, the max multi for this one is 59 in the bios, is that normal?????
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Fixed. Seems that Asus removed several of the older BIOSes on their ftp. I replaced them with different links.

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Also added a newer bluetooth driver for M4E.
Thank you very much SimpleTech I was looking all over for the 1202 and couldn't find it anywhere, it's also not on Asus' main product page for the WS. May I ask where these links come from? I remember much earlier in the thread you saying something like they are from Asus' direct server but I don't remember for sure and can't find it, so are these official? Also are the other WS links and utilities etc. up to date? It looks like most of them are but I'm not sure if the Intel LAN listed on the Asus site is newer or not. Anyway thank you very much for the link and if I find out from asus why they are no longer on the website I will post here.
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Did you use offset voltages or did you use the "manual" setting? I always used manual.
I used offset, but you can use the same manual voltages I used for the Sabertooth P67, then adjust lower until you're unstable. Since the Deluxe is a better overclocker, you might be able to get away with .005v less. I'll be setting manual voltages tonight. The BIOS settings are more what you should have set, the voltages will vary depending on the quality of your chip, and what you're using for cooling.
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I used offset, but you can use the same manual voltages I used for the Sabertooth P67, then adjust lower until you're unstable. Since the Deluxe is a better overclocker, you might be able to get away with .005v less. I'll be setting manual voltages tonight. The BIOS settings are more what you should have set, the voltages will vary depending on the quality of your chip, and what you're using for cooling.
Hmm... if I ever have a BSOD with this new setup, it is always a code of 0x00000101
Anyone know what that is? Also to be noted is that it never does a dump, it just freezes on the BSOD.
    
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Hmm... if I ever have a BSOD with this new setup, it is always a code of 0x00000101
Anyone know what that is? Also to be noted is that it never does a dump, it just freezes on the BSOD.
First off, you should relax your memory timings (9-9-9-28-2T) and run your graphics card at stock settings. You want to limit your instability issues one at a time. Once you get your CPU frequency stable, then adjust your memory timings. Once you're stable there, then apply your graphics card overclocks.
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First off, you should relax your memory timings (9-9-9-28-2T) and run your graphics card at stock settings. You want to limit your instability issues one at a time. Once you get your CPU frequency stable, then adjust your memory timings. Once you're stable there, then apply your graphics card overclocks.
I just tried 9-9-9-28-2T and same thing occurs.

I could try underclocking my graphics I suppose (I always run at stock, but hey).

Sometimes a certain hue of black will show up as a green artifact on my screen, but I never have had any troubles gaming or stressing my card (no artifacts there).

EDIT: Underclocking my video card and running LinX or Prime95 did the same thing
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I just tried 9-9-9-28-2T and same thing occurs.

I could try underclocking my graphics I suppose (I always run at stock, but hey).

Sometimes a certain hue of black will show up as a green artifact on my screen, but I never have had any troubles gaming or stressing my card (no artifacts there).

EDIT: Underclocking my video card and running LinX or Prime95 did the same thing
Hmm... that's not good. Maybe a bad motherboard? My ASUS P8P67 Deluxe was RMA'd due to one of ethernet ports not working and the PCIE2.0 x1 slot not working (had a sound card there). What CPU frequency and voltages are you currently using?
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Did you use offset voltages or did you use the "manual" setting? I always used manual.


I will try those settings and let you know! I probably won't get mad at all, but under watercooling, I always thought that at least 4.8ghz should be cake.

EDIT: Anyone know if my batch is good? It is L050A853

DOUBLE EDIT: Also, the max multi for this one is 59 in the bios, is that normal?????
Sandy Bridge seems to be hit or miss with regards to having a really great chip or not. My cpu is from a batch of REALLY good overclockers, but I have mediocre overclocking capabilities past 4.8Ghz. It takes me over 1.5v to hit the mystical 5Ghz number, while others in my batch have done so with low 1.4 voltages. 59 multi is completely normal in the BIOS as most chips will never see above 5.5Ghz without LN2 or other "extreme" cooling solutions. (Yes, you should be able to hit 4.8Ghz pretty easily)
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Hmm... if I ever have a BSOD with this new setup, it is always a code of 0x00000101
Anyone know what that is? Also to be noted is that it never does a dump, it just freezes on the BSOD.
According to here x101 means you just need to add more vcore. I'd up your vcore to 1.45v and see if you can boot at 4.5Ghz for starters. If you're stable there, I'd try for higher until you start getting BSOD's again. I had to up my vccio to 1.2v (aka QPI/VTT) to maintain a higher memory overclock. This isn't typical, but every combination of RAM/CPU/Motherboard/PSU will have different results.

If you're still having stability issues at lower overclocks (4.2-4.4Ghz) I'd remove all but 1 stick of RAM and drop it to 1333Mhz with 9-9-9-28-2T timings. Memtest86+ will also help you determine if you're having issues with a bad stick as well. SB platform seems to be really finicky with memory timings for some reason, so it will take some time to find what works best for you.
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Hmm... that's not good. Maybe a bad motherboard? My ASUS P8P67 Deluxe was RMA'd due to one of ethernet ports not working and the PCIE2.0 x1 slot not working (had a sound card there). What CPU frequency and voltages are you currently using?
It isn't an instant BSOD most of the time, but I just tried using offset and got a little better results. I can do 2 passes AVX LinX just fine (then BSOD) lol.

Right now I am at 100x48 @ 1.434v, thinking about upping it some more.

EDIT: I can always boot into windows, but it isn't stable in prime or LinX yet me thinks.
    
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