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+1 for auto here as well....maybe not full auto as I set my B clock and my frequency,but have never touched a voltage
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post #1932 of 3000
+1 on auto. Except multi: 45x without PLL.

Im using 1606. Its fine.

According to Asus, only the Deluxe can back-flash out of the box.

The others can, but it takes some hoop-jumping to do so. Results have been mixed.
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Hi all! Looks like a great site with great information with awesome people! I hope you can help a complete noob to building with what will probably be several questions. You can see what I am building below. Due to a limited budget with bills and family stuff and whatnot, I am piecing this together slowly. All I need to get is the MB and Graphics card and I will be ready to rock! Hopefully this will be in the next few weeks.

In any case, building a comp seems pretty easy for the most part and I`ve always wanted to do it. One question I do have is with the new BIOS update and all the other updates, should I ignore the CD that comes with the MB box and download everything from the OP of this thread?

Thanks in advance for all your help and patience with a noob builder!
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Hi all! Looks like a great site with great information with awesome people! I hope you can help a complete noob to building with what will probably be several questions. You can see what I am building below. Due to a limited budget with bills and family stuff and whatnot, I am piecing this together slowly. All I need to get is the MB and Graphics card and I will be ready to rock! Hopefully this will be in the next few weeks.

In any case, building a comp seems pretty easy for the most part and I`ve always wanted to do it. One question I do have is with the new BIOS update and all the other updates, should I ignore the CD that comes with the MB box and download everything from the OP of this thread?

Thanks in advance for all your help and patience with a noob builder!
The BIOS updates have to be downloaded from the website. You can use the drivers on the CD if you'd like but I built my system without an optical drive so I just downloaded them.

The P8P67 Pro I ordered came with a very recent BIOS (the release before the very latest). I wouldn't really recommend flashing it unless you're having problems.
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Do you guys think the settings given on the front page for a 4.8 OC from ASUS is the best to use for 4.8? Or is there a better way of going about it?
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Do you guys think the settings given on the front page for a 4.8 OC from ASUS is the best to use for 4.8? Or is there a better way of going about it?
I think that it's a good starting point for some. Then tweak it for your system
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Thanks Xira but I`m still kinda confused. I do know I can use the CD bios but what I`m asking is should I completely ignore the cd if I get the latest Bios (1606 I believe). Does the Front page have everything the cd has or will I be missing something if I ignore the cd and dl the drivers/updates on the front page of this thread. Hope I didn`t confuse anyone lol. Thanks again in advance!
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Thanks Xira but I`m still kinda confused. I do know I can use the CD bios but what I`m asking is should I completely ignore the cd if I get the latest Bios (1606 I believe). Does the Front page have everything the cd has or will I be missing something if I ignore the cd and dl the drivers/updates on the front page of this thread. Hope I didn`t confuse anyone lol. Thanks again in advance!
Everything in the OP is what is one the CD, except for being more current. You'll encounter less issues (BSOD, freezing) and better stability by using what I have listed.

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Sweet, thanks SimpleTech!! Appreciate it!

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... looks like we're already on low priority with our old P8P67 boards ... ASUS has long posted the compatible BIOS with IRST 10.5 for the P8Z68 /-:
    
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