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post #2361 of 3000
That doesn't look like a BIOS update to me, that looks like another intel chipset driver update.
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post #2362 of 3000
no, hes talking about the OPROM. Thats part of the bios.

The oprom updates are minor for p67, its the other tweaks we are really interested in.

Other than reading that entire thread; in humungo; take my word for it; the october bios will have a lengthy changelog.
Edited by The Mac - 9/30/11 at 12:52pm
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K will do, I'll be sure to hold you responsible if I don't get a new WS Revo BIOS in October.
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post #2364 of 3000
lol...

as a side note, it looks like they found a way to make the PLL work with resume for the z68 sabertooth, so hopefully well get that for p67...
Edited by The Mac - 9/30/11 at 8:04pm
post #2365 of 3000
UEFI update will be 2001, due next week, with IvyB support.

-Raja
post #2366 of 3000
I hope that includes the WS Revo but I don't think so, we are one 1300 as opposed to the 1800 the main line of boards is on. I just hope this board gets Ivy bridge support.
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post #2367 of 3000
im pretty sure youll get one, as this is the official Ivy Bridge support release
post #2368 of 3000
I hope this fixes the double post issue, never really bothered me too much. Sometimes it just scares me when it does since I think I have a waterleak and it killed my rig
post #2369 of 3000
?

thats been fixed forever....what bios are you running?

It should only double-post after changing bios settings..

are you not running bclk at 100?
Edited by The Mac - 10/3/11 at 11:16am
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?

thats been fixed forever....what bios are you running?

It should only double-post after changing bios settings..

are you not running bclk at 100?
I'm running the newest, at least for the WS.

My bclk is 100. All my settings are defaulted expect for the things I need to change for OCing. Enabled AHCI, disabled all LAN ports & sound.

But yeah, if definitely double post, usually on cold start ups
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