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Originally Posted by cory1234;12016436 
95% sure my ASUS Pro is dead. doh.gif. It lasted a whole day. It died at 1.32v in bios.

frown.gif that sucks.... i was doing stability with 1.43 lmao it was ok. Hope rma work out for yea.
Btw did you have trouble installing the mobo like i did fing q-shield is a pos mad.gifmad.gif
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please blame asus not intel thanks
Didn't blame it on Intel, but maybe I should. Blaming it on UPS and ASUS. UPS for leaving my original i5 2500K to get stolen, and ASUS for producing a board that died in 1 F-ing day, and only @ 1.32v for a couple hours.

After just reading about socket burn I really hope it's just my mobo. When i try to power on, everything tries to turn on but doesn't. Cleared CMOS, unplugged everything/plugged it back in. It's done.

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that sucks.... i was doing stability with 1.43 lmao it was ok. Hope rma work out for yea.
Btw did you have trouble installing the mobo like i did fing q-shield is a pos
I would really back off anything over 1.35v for at least another week. I mean I guess I'm just having the worst luck of my life, but who knows maybe these boards are garbage. If your referring to the I/O installation that was a joke. I had to cut away some of the foam and cut the metal to get the bluetooth dongle to fit in the I/O plate. Then I had to put more pressure than I was comfortable with to get the screw holes to line up.
Edited by cory1234 - 1/14/11 at 10:18pm
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Eek, that sucks Cory. While you're at it, check the socket pins for burnt marks.

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On a more related note, I updated the OP with a list of things. The manuals for the basic, Pro, and Evo models have been updated. I also found another version of AI Suite II, might want to give that a try if you're having issues with the other one I linked.
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Didn't blame it on Intel, but maybe I should. Blaming it on UPS and ASUS. UPS for leaving my original i5 2500K to get stolen, and ASUS for producing a board that died in 1 F-ing day, and only @ 1.32v for a couple hours.

After just reading about socket burn I really hope it's just my mobo. When i try to power on, everything tries to turn on but doesn't. Cleared CMOS, unplugged everything/plugged it back in. It's done.
yea UPS <3 to leave expansive stuff outside of your door....
they leave my txtbooks outside all the time, someone should phone them and complain
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Anyone having trouble reading S.M.A.R.T. Data with the P8P67 Pro? I have it enabled but Speedfan or HD Tune doesn't show any data
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I must be the only one who had an easy time installing the motherboard, lol. Everything fit fine.

I am now having issues with AI Suite though. It crashes as soon as it starts now. I can't find out why
And I can't uninstall or reinstall it either. Nothing comes up - not even in task manager.
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Umm....my computer just shut off suddenly. I wasn't stress testing or anything. It won't turn back on at all. I think something just died. Great experience so far with SB .
Don't worry my first deluxe died withing the first hour. I did not have a chance to reformat my SSD, overclock or change voltage. Good thing that i decided to purchase everything at microcenter. Replace it with another (no question ask) and is working rock solid.
Edited by eduardmc - 1/15/11 at 5:09am
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Don't worry my first deluxe died withing the first hour. I did not have a chance to reformat my SSD, overclock or change voltage. Good thing that i decided to purchase everything at microcenter. Replace it with another (no question ask) and is working rock solid.
No microcenter's around . Superbiiz doesn't cross ship, and ASUS customer support is only Mon-Fri.
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I must be the only one who had an easy time installing the motherboard, lol. Everything fit fine.

I am now having issues with AI Suite though. It crashes as soon as it starts now. I can't find out why
And I can't uninstall or reinstall it either. Nothing comes up - not even in task manager.
I had no issues with getting my P67 Pro up and running at stock, and kicking it up to 4.7ghz and doing some stability testing on it. AI Suite installed fine the first time. I have a small drive I use for testing purposes. The second install with the F3, AI suite gave me all sorts of hell, had to do a system restore to pull it out.

Other then that the biggest issues seem to be it is extremely picky about its memory and the timings used.
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