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THATS THE INSTALLER VERSION. it has no bearing on the underlying inf version.

well, it does in a roundabout way. The underlying inf will have the same version as the installer package of the last update for that specific chipset.

but in our case, since nothing has changed since 1016 for p67, there will be no new version installed...

am i speaking greek here?

lol
Edited by The Mac - 6/29/11 at 7:22am
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Again, the installer version IS NOT the version of the infs that end up getting installed, its only the newest installer package version.

1016 IS STILL THE NEWEST

1030 is the installer version, NOT the inf version.

you can install all the new packages that come out all you want, it will not change from 1016 unless intel changes the underlying infs.

the IME is a separate installer.

But it also works the same way. It will only install the correct inf for your chipset/CPU. Unless there is a microcode update from intel that fundementally changes the way the system functions, there will not be a new inf, therefore no new version.
This is what I have said, but without looking through the included .inf files, you have no way to tell if in fact the .infs have changed (been updated). As I mentioned (you and I are on the same page). The installer installs .infs only for what is needed, and may or may not include an update for your particular chipset.
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agreed, but i wouldnt expect it to change. ever. Its only CLSIDS and device descriptions, there are no drivers whatsoever. Perhaps if intel decides to rename something it might, but other than that, no.

Its like the hood ornament on your car, it tells you what it is, but it doesnt change how the car works.

1015 was the orginal version, 1016 was updated for the b2/b3 boards with new device descriptions. there was no actual change in anything.

updates, enhanced functionality and tweaks are the domain of device drivers, not the chipset infs.

no need to go poking through the files, just run the installer. the last line of the text output tells you the latest for your chipset.
Edited by The Mac - 6/29/11 at 7:23am
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Any rumors on the sleep issue??? drives me crazy I can't oc to avoid this stupid issue
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hey crew ..looks like i missed the boat again ..1704 is up for Pro,are they worth flushing ,i'm still on 1305 what's the world guys ?
someone mention SSD improvement ..

EDIT; ok not bad, boot time improved around 7 sec so i'm happy
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hey crew ..looks like i missed the boat again ..1704 is up for Pro,are they worth flushing ,i'm still on 1305 what's the world guys ?
someone mention SSD improvement ..

EDIT; ok not bad, boot time improved around 7 sec so i'm happy
Improved with 1704? I'm thinking about doing it but not sure it's worth it.
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Improved with 1704? I'm thinking about doing it but not sure it's worth it.
yep, OS is loading a lot quicker and the annoying massage (first massage on boot up) is gone now
so far so good
    
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dammit, where is 1704 for the deluxe?
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Here is my experience with the 1704 for my P8P67 PRO 3.0

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guys, the new 1704 bios are giving me the Idle BSOD problem when at 4.5GHz and Offset Vcore in my P8P67 PRO.

This did not happen with the 1502 and the Beta 1606 bios in my system.

Another thing I noticed was that when I boot Windows and start CPU-Z, 1704 bios clocks the CPU at Idle the moment I enter Windows and start CPU-Z. 1502 and 1606 took awhile before it was clocked at it's idle frequency (But If I started Prime 95 and stopped it, it would idle at once).

Have disabled C3/C6 powerstate detection now, in order to remedy the Idle BSOD.
    
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Really weird problem. I try to update my BIOS to 1704 from 1502 and the EZ flash utility just keeps locking up and freezing. Board doesn't seem to like that new BIOS file... any suggestions on getting my board to update?
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