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post #2191 of 3000
Quick question just to be safe.
Original P8P76 boards (= not B3) still support the new bioses right?
post #2192 of 3000
Having highlighted the problems I have been having with the BIOS/Memory OK! on a newly installed P8P67 LE , ASUS support official advice appears to be that I should try another model!

A copy of the email I received from them this morning:

"Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for contacting ASUS Customer Service.

Could you please try another model if possible?

Best Regards"

How reassuring for me having paid £109.81 for this motherboard 18 days ago and wasted my time and effort installing it.
post #2193 of 3000
lol...

i think they meant try different memory, or try the memory in a different board.

Asus' English is generally pretty awful.
post #2194 of 3000
Man 1850 is awesome. I seriously dont need as much vcore for my 47x overclock. I never had it stable before, but with the vcore Im at now it would fail blend after 6 hours, right now Im at the 12 hour mark and its still going.
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Originally Posted by HAF_wit View Post
Definitely a better PSU than what you have. If you are serious about shopping for a new power supply, check out the PSU forums here. There's really a great deal of information that can help to make for an informed decision.
Just wanted to report back that after changing the PSU to a Corsair TX850 V2 the system runs like a dream Thanks a lot for the help Haf wit and Xandypx!
Edited by Bodhiwan - 7/8/11 at 1:35pm
    
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Just wanted to report back that after changing the PSU to a Corsair TX850 V2 the system runs like a dream Thanks a lot for the help Haf wit and Xandypx!
Awesome!
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post #2197 of 3000
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Originally Posted by AliceInChains View Post
Man 1850 is awesome. I seriously dont need as much vcore for my 47x overclock. I never had it stable before, but with the vcore Im at now it would fail blend after 6 hours, right now Im at the 12 hour mark and its still going.
same here...
post #2198 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Bodhiwan View Post
Just wanted to report back that after changing the PSU to a Corsair TX850 V2 the system runs like a dream Thanks a lot for the help Haf wit and Xandypx!
nice, im a huge fan of corsair PSUs. they are a bit more expesnive but they look classy and are rock stable. i have an ax gold 80+ myself.
post #2199 of 3000
Thread Starter 
A little something I'm working on for the OP:



I'm going to include the rest of the boards in separate groups.
post #2200 of 3000
Oh wow, amazing. I have found all of this for my p67 pro through one source or another, but this is really great work to put it all in one place like this. Especially since Asus doesn't update their driver page for the 3rd party stuff such as realtek audio, intel ethernet, marvel controller, etc.

Subbed and plus rep.

Gonna flash bios to the current beta 1805 after it leaves beta. I haven't flashed it since I've owned it, but some of the recent revisions have some interesting things that I would like to have. I want to know what to what extent "improve system stability" means.


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Originally Posted by AliceInChains View Post
Man 1850 is awesome. I seriously dont need as much vcore for my 47x overclock. I never had it stable before, but with the vcore Im at now it would fail blend after 6 hours, right now Im at the 12 hour mark and its still going.
Good to see 1850 is treating you well.
Edited by Grief - 7/8/11 at 8:26pm
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