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post #191 of 3000
q-shield is so crappy why asus why!
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Mine booted off the bat. What about Asus p55 and G.skill. I have two Asus Maxmiums Formula III oards sitting at home and none of them will BOOT in DUAL channel (going back to newegg). Single channel works great, i5-760 easily overclocked to 4.15Ghz with a small voltage bump. I found out it is a common problem with these boards. I sent my wife to MC today to buy a SB bundle for me. I just put everything together and so far so good.

From my experience asus boards are very picky with ram and they have a habit of not playing nice with gskill ram. Tbh try setting your tRTP (read to pre time) to 8 and leave the rest of the timings on auto. Just set speed and voltge and that one timing.
    
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asus p67 or gigabyte for the new SB build..hum......
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From my experience asus boards are very picky with ram and they have a habit of not playing nice with gskill ram. Tbh try setting your tRTP (read to pre time) to 8 and leave the rest of the timings on auto. Just set speed and voltge and that one timing.
I tired Patriot memory with Maximus and it would 4GB installed but ony 2GB usable.

My Sandy... I need to setup crossfire and I will install the system on my SSD.
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Well I ordered a Pro to replace the HTPC/video system. I am looking forward to it. I plan on dropping my RIPJAWS (2000MHz) into it. I have 4x2Gb and could never get it above 1333MHz on my machine.

Anyone got OC specs for this Maximus they would like to share?
Edited by Masika - 1/14/11 at 1:34am
    
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Well I ordered a Pro to replace the HTPC/video system. I am looking forward to it. I plan on dropping my RIPJAWS (2000MHz) into it. I have 2x4Gb and could never get it above 1333MHz on my machine.

Anyone got OC specs for this Maximus they would like to share?

You´re always welcome to the **Asus Maximus III Formula Owners Thread** for some advice.
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asus p67 or gigabyte for the new SB build..hum......
gigabyte, asus board has so many problems, but oc is easy for both
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post #198 of 3000
I noticed that I have this double boot bug (correct name)? When I turn on the board, RED DRAM light stays on, reboot and I have to manually reboot it and all is fine. Should I upgrade bios or do the reset?
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I noticed that I have this double boot bug (correct name)? When I turn on the board, RED DRAM light stays on, reboot and I have to manually reboot it and all is fine. Should I upgrade bios or do the reset?
We all kind of get that.

It's really annoying because I keep thinking my system isn't stable

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So I'm trying to install the Silver Arrow on my P8P67 Pro and the backplate that comes with the silver arrow doesn't sit flat against the back of the mobo. The metal backplate on the mobo seems to have a screw/rivet type thing that sticks out that actually touches the mount.

#1 if I line it up correctly, will this cause me any problems?

#2 will the metal screw/rivet short anything out since its touching this thing?

EDIT:

I fixed it, I just needed to rotate the back plate. I foolishly assumed it was completely symmetrical, but it does have to be properly oriented to be installed correctly.
I did the same thing Glad to see I'm not the only one.
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just wanted to leave some feedback on my p8p67 deluxe before I crash.
all the posts in this thread had me incredibly paranoid by the time my boxes of parts showed up this afternoon, so far this has been the easiest, most stable system I've put together in years. At least for running on default settings... w/o any tweaking or playing with any settings, it's already cruising at 4.3ghz

Flashing the bios from a thumb drive using the mouse/keyboard combo in uefi before even slotting in my first hard drive was a real treat.
     
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