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I accidentally posted in what is probably not the best subforum to get the answer I'm looking for, so I'll just put a link to the thread here

I'm using a p67a-gd53 and trying to fit two ASUS 6950 cards onto it. Any suggestions on what to do now that it's obvious they're too close together? Should I just get a different motherboard?
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Anyone try and downgrade your BIOS from 2001 to 1904?

It's not letting me in the BIOS update utility.
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from 19xx to 20xx is codepath change, you wont be able to downgrade without some serious hoop jumping.
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Hey guys!

New BIOS for the ASUS WS Revo is out!
Version 1402
http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/...-ASUS-1402.zip

Supossed to be officially out on Saturday.

Enjoy!
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I installed Intels driver provided with the new board.

So far the P8P67 PRO(1053 bios) & 2500k is working well.Mobo likes to double post on certain changes made in bios.

4.8 @ 1.33v.No other adjustments for voltage.Will play around to see if i can reduce cpuv.

Heats up under linx(64 Gflops) quickly.Will get it under water soon and go for 5.
hey dude in regards of the double post update your bios to the latest version and then all you have to do to fix it is go into the APM option on your bios and change your comp to power on via PCIe. That should solve the double post.
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Hey guys!

New BIOS for the ASUS WS Revo is out!
Version 1402
http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/...-ASUS-1402.zip

Supossed to be officially out on Saturday.

Enjoy!
Awesome! Well you're offcially off the hook Mac. Thanks to all those who asked my questions for me on Hardforum, I didn't want to have to make an account there for two questions.
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Guys, how is the new 2011 BIOS? worth to upgrade? more stable oc? lower temps/voltages maybe?
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Guys, how is the new 2011 BIOS? worth to upgrade? more stable oc? lower temps/voltages maybe?
No. Not worth the upgrade. For me anyways. And now I'm stuck at that revision because of the wonderful ******* at ASUS decided to remove the option of backing it out! How can you release a BETA BIOS to the public and not give a back-out option???? Or even a warning you can't back out!!

To top it off, they then release, after the fact, a new stable revision that's LOWER than the latest BETA. Those of us who decided to upgrade to the 2001 now cannot move back to the new stable rev because it's an "image outdated"!! ***!

I had to crank up my vcore (resulting in higher temps) with this BETA BIOS in order to get the same stability as I got with 1606.

That's why I want out.
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No. Not worth the upgrade. For me anyways. And now I'm stuck at that revision because of the wonderful ******* at ASUS decided to remove the option of backing it out! How can you release a BETA BIOS to the public and not give a back-out option???? Or even a warning you can't back out!!

To top it off, they then release, after the fact, a new stable revision that's LOWER than the latest BETA. Those of us who decided to upgrade to the 2001 now cannot move back to the new stable rev because it's an "image outdated"!! ***!

I had to crank up my vcore (resulting in higher temps) with this BETA BIOS in order to get the same stability as I got with 1606.

That's why I want out.
I remember reading a method to rollback BIOS revisions on [H] some time ago. Perhaps someone that has updated to the new UEFI version can attempt this and let the others know if it works? Just a suggestion.

Edit: I found it! clicky **USE AT YOUR OWN RISK**
Edited by HAF_wit - 10/14/11 at 10:48am
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