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Bingo.

I don't want to include a list of changes that I've done to the OP because it would be irreverent and take up too much space.

Just pop by every few days. I'll have something new included/changed.
Im still searching for a changelog for the new bios. lol

EDIT: maybe this, unconfirmed though.

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1606 and others (Check Source for others) Changelog :

1. Enhance support for Game Port on old audio cards.
2. Enhance SATA compatibility
3. Enhance mouse/keyboard support under UEFI
4. Enhance USB2.0 / 3.0 legacy support
5. Enhance PCIE compatibility
6. Enable support of CAS = 4 DDRIII-1333 modules
Seems to be a confirmed changelog, new SOURCE
Edited by munaim1 - 5/28/11 at 10:39pm
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Yay he added my idea!!! Now I'm crying tears of joy LOL. Ha, thanks for adding it, but I was serious if you don't wanna use it then feel free not too, I'm just trying to help out the thread.
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Yay he added my idea!!! Now I'm crying tears of joy LOL. Ha, thanks for adding it, but I was serious if you don't wanna use it then feel free not too, I'm just trying to help out the thread.


No problem mate. I'll include the rest of the changes for the older BIOSes tomorrow. Need to catch some ZzZzZzZzZzZz.

+REP for the both of you.
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Oh I don't know if you have been noting a difference between beta and official BIOS's but just FYI according to munaim1's link the most recent ones are beta.
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Great info! Thanks for putting this all together in one spot.

While comparing your list of P8P67 Deluxe files against my local cache for an upcoming Win7 install, I did run across a few things I though were worth mentioning.

Intel has v10.5.0.1027 of the Intel Rapid Storage Driver available


There were a few differences between AI Suite II v1.01.30 in your list and the official release (v1.01.14) Asus currently has up for the P8P67 Deluxe. Specifically, Asus Mobilink and BT GO! are not included in the v1.01.30 package...although it does add Ai Charger+. While I didn't see that version on any of the Asus FTP sites, they did have AI Suite II v1.01.28 (posted 5/27/11), which includes pretty much the whole suite. Some of the app versions are slightly behind the release you have up, but this one does include the latest apps I could find for playing around with Bluetooth, iPhones, iPads, & the like. Here's a listing of the contents for AI Suite II linked above:
  • Ai Charger+ 1.00.06
  • ASUS Mobilink 1.00.40
  • AsusUpdate V1.01.02
  • BT GO! 1.00.34
  • DIGI+VRM V1.00.28
  • DrvResource
  • EPU-6 1.02.10
  • FAN Xpert 1.00.40_20110324
  • GPU Boost V1.01.05
  • ImageResource
  • Matrix 1.02.33
  • MyLogo 1.01.16
  • Probe II 1.00.29
  • System Information 1.00.18
  • TurboV EVO 1.00.80
I know you're trying to keep up with a lot of P67 boards, so I hope this helps a bit.

Regards,
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The Intel Rapid Storage Driver is only for RAID drives right? Any benefit for non raid drives and SSD?
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Yes I believe it is recommended for SSDs, I'm not exactly sure why because I don't have one but you will want to look into it further, because I believe you should be using it.
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Originally Posted by HateTheSnow View Post
Great info! Thanks for putting this all together in one spot.

While comparing your list of P8P67 Deluxe files against my local cache for an upcoming Win7 install, I did run across a few things I though were worth mentioning.

Intel has v10.5.0.1027 of the Intel Rapid Storage Driver available


There were a few differences between AI Suite II v1.01.30 in your list and the official release (v1.01.14) Asus currently has up for the P8P67 Deluxe. Specifically, Asus Mobilink and BT GO! are not included in the v1.01.30 package...although it does add Ai Charger+. While I didn't see that version on any of the Asus FTP sites, they did have AI Suite II v1.01.28 (posted 5/27/11), which includes pretty much the whole suite. Some of the app versions are slightly behind the release you have up, but this one does include the latest apps I could find for playing around with Bluetooth, iPhones, iPads, & the like. Here's a listing of the contents for AI Suite II linked above:
  • Ai Charger+ 1.00.06
  • ASUS Mobilink 1.00.40
  • AsusUpdate V1.01.02
  • BT GO! 1.00.34
  • DIGI+VRM V1.00.28
  • DrvResource
  • EPU-6 1.02.10
  • FAN Xpert 1.00.40_20110324
  • GPU Boost V1.01.05
  • ImageResource
  • Matrix 1.02.33
  • MyLogo 1.01.16
  • Probe II 1.00.29
  • System Information 1.00.18
  • TurboV EVO 1.00.80
I know you're trying to keep up with a lot of P67 boards, so I hope this helps a bit.

Regards,
HateTheSnow
I originally had that RST version posted but a few members were having issues with sleep, hence why I reverted back to an older stable build. But I can post it if everyone is cool.

Yeah I had noticed the same with the latest AI Suite. Bugs me why Asus removes some programs and updates the rest. This is why I never use their motherboard software, junk IMO.

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The Intel Rapid Storage Driver is only for RAID drives right? Any benefit for non raid drives and SSD?
For SSDs it offers better performance (benchmarks really) and better support with TRIM. I've tested using the stock Microsoft driver and actually get faster boot time. /shrug

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Also, what does everyone think of the new BIOS list I put under the regular P8P67? I'm trying to make it more eye catchy or less bullet-like.
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Also, what does everyone think of the new BIOS list I put under the regular P8P67? I'm trying to make it more eye catchy or less bullet-like.
I like it, but maybe I would put the whole BIOS section into another spoiler thingy (we're using a lot of those aren't we ) just because if somebody isn't looking for BIOS's but instead utilities or drivers then that's quite a scroll and is only going to get longer. I don't think it's too long or cumbersome if people actively click on it to get to it. Also with our new spiffy OP update history people can see changes easier at a glance so they don't need to click through everything just to check, they will only have to click all the way through if they know then need something new based on the update history. I think that would work well.
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I originally had that RST version posted but a few members were having issues with sleep, hence why I reverted back to an older stable build. But I can post it if everyone is cool.

Yeah I had noticed the same with the latest AI Suite. Bugs me why Asus removes some programs and updates the rest. This is why I never use their motherboard software, junk IMO.



For SSDs it offers better performance (benchmarks really) and better support with TRIM. I've tested using the stock Microsoft driver and actually get faster boot time. /shrug

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Also, what does everyone think of the new BIOS list I put under the regular P8P67? I'm trying to make it more eye catchy or less bullet-like.
Thanks for the info on the current Intel storage driver. Sleep/hibernate won't be used on this build, but I'll keep it in mind just the same.

I usually don't bother with the bundled apps myself either, but this system is going to a friend who wants the bluetooth/iPhone apps to play around with. It will be interesting to see if they work as advertised or if they are just gimicks. The results seem to be mixed from what I have read so far.

The new BIOS listing format looks good, and I like that you included the changelog for each version.
     
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