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Hey all, i am currently using the 1305 BIOS on my p67 sabertooth board, have been since i got it months ago it is the b3 revision board, my overclock has been solid as a rock for month. Up until recently i have been getting the fated idle BSOD. Is there a BIOS i should upgrade to that gets rid of this problem?

The OC settings i have are still stable underload in prime and i can game on cpu intensive games like bfbc2 for hours without crashing, but just on idle or even surfing the net i BSOD....

Here are the things i have tried.

Originally had c states enabled for month worked fine,
I then disabled them still got BSOD
Tried various levels of LLC still got BSOD
Enabled my c states back to enabled and still get BSOD.

Any help will be much appreciated.
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I have the 1850 bios installed and i have disabled PLL override. Still get a bsod every time it wakes up from sleep mode. Perhaps something is wrong with the motherboard? This is the new revised motherboard, the one I had before this recall didn't BSOD when i put I woke it up from sleep (then again it did do some double posts occasionally).
bsods on resume point to video card issues...what r using?
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Originally Posted by sockpirate View Post
Hey all, i am currently using the 1305 BIOS on my p67 sabertooth board, have been since i got it months ago it is the b3 revision board, my overclock has been solid as a rock for month. Up until recently i have been getting the fated idle BSOD. Is there a BIOS i should upgrade to that gets rid of this problem?

The OC settings i have are still stable underload in prime and i can game on cpu intensive games like bfbc2 for hours without crashing, but just on idle or even surfing the net i BSOD....

Here are the things i have tried.

Originally had c states enabled for month worked fine,
I then disabled them still got BSOD
Tried various levels of LLC still got BSOD
Enabled my c states back to enabled and still get BSOD.

Any help will be much appreciated.
add a little vcore
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bsods on resume point to video card issues...what r using?
I have a Radeon HD 5770 by HIS
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I recently starting using the P8P67 and I have been experiencing problems with my USB devices freezing. Is there a simple fix to this? I searched and it seems like this is somewhat common on these boards. My bios is version 1850. Its driving me crazyyyyyyyy~
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yeah, same reason i took the deluxe over the revo. Of course, ive since upgraded form the PCI X-fi to the PCIe HD Platinum, now i wish id gotten the revo and suffered with the on-board till i got the cash to upgrade the sound.

lol
I have an emu 1212m with whom i listen to music on my headphones. replacing with pci-e version wouldnt be a cheap thing at all. I'll probably never sli, so I dont see big advantages of the revo.
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I have an emu 1212m with whom i listen to music on my headphones. replacing with pci-e version wouldnt be a cheap thing at all. I'll probably never sli, so I dont see big advantages of the revo.
If you're not going to SLi there is almost no point in buying it. That slot spacing is the best I've seen in any of the newer Sandy boards with the exception of the MSI Big Bang Marshal, which is not a good board (no NF200).

The Revo would be a nice board for a basic small business or home server with the two onboard intel LAN ports as well.
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Hey all, i am currently using the 1305 BIOS on my p67 sabertooth board, have been since i got it months ago it is the b3 revision board, my overclock has been solid as a rock for month. Up until recently i have been getting the fated idle BSOD. Is there a BIOS i should upgrade to that gets rid of this problem?

The OC settings i have are still stable underload in prime and i can game on cpu intensive games like bfbc2 for hours without crashing, but just on idle or even surfing the net i BSOD....

Here are the things i have tried.

Originally had c states enabled for month worked fine,
I then disabled them still got BSOD
Tried various levels of LLC still got BSOD
Enabled my c states back to enabled and still get BSOD.

Any help will be much appreciated.
What's the error code?
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If you're not going to SLi there is almost no point in buying it. That slot spacing is the best I've seen in any of the newer Sandy boards with the exception of the MSI Big Bang Marshal, which is not a good board (no NF200).

The Revo would be a nice board for a basic small business or home server with the two onboard intel LAN ports as well.
I dont SLI, but the extra lanes might come in handy down the road for add-ons (Sata7, USB4, Lightpeak, etc. lol)

Sandy is a little skimpy with the lanes by default, the nf200 helps.

Since this Mobo has to last though Ivy bridge, i don't want to be contrained by the default 20 pci lanes.

not that the nf200 can add any lanes, but the multiplexing means at least the the option of utilizing more lanes in there.
Edited by The Mac - 7/18/11 at 7:55am
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I won't upgrade to vanilla ivy, an extreme yes but that will require new socket (= new mbo/cpu/ram
The deluxe seems one of the most stable SB mobos and I hope my setup will be hassle-free.
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