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The driver guide is awesome.

I'm sorry if this was covered somewhere, but I didn't see it in the OP, nor in the few pages around this post...there's a driver guide?
 
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I just updated to 2103 yesterday and my computer crashed for the first time yesterday. It just did it again. Both times when loading a save in Skyrim. Hopefully ezflash will let me downgrade.

Hmm, it isn't the bios I guess.
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naw, not the bios....

you using a raid array? or SSD?
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What is the cheapest Asus P67 that will allow me to OC by multiplier my i2600k?
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New BIOS for P8P67 WS REVO

P8P67 WS Revolution BIOS 1503
1. Always set Window Boot Manager to boot option #1 after update BIOS.
2. Modify ASUS board string "ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC."
3. Fixed the usb mouse can't work under DOS.

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1155/P8P67_WS_Revolution/#download

 

I'm on the older 1402 and IF these three changes are the ONLY changes to the BIOS, then there's absolutely no reason for me to update my BIOS. The thing I am not clear on, is why Asus would even waste their time performing this BIOS update if this is all that was changed. I suppose that the item #3 is relatively useful to fix but I can't help but feel that this was a great deal of work on their part for no real gain at all. I also can't help but wonder if there are some undocumented changes in the BIOS as well.

 

Regardless, thank you for keeping us all up to date and maintaining this thread. I'm especially thankful that you linked to the directions on how to downgrade a BIOS. It's not easy to do and sometimes it's important.
 

 

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Lol I'm on 1402 also and saw you were the last post in here and was gonna ask if you had updated and if there was any reason to update because I came to the same conclusion as you based on the release notes, that it wasn't worth the update.
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post #2627 of 3000
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Lol I'm on 1402 also and saw you were the last post in here and was gonna ask if you had updated and if there was any reason to update because I came to the same conclusion as you based on the release notes, that it wasn't worth the update.


juano is stalking me! juano is stalking me! :P

 

I'm not going to update for that. Unless I get confirmation from an Asus representative that there's some ninja-stealth change in that BIOS that went undocumented, I'll stick with what's stable for me. The 1402 was a bit problematic for me when I first installed it and I regretted installing it. I wanted to downgrade and it was impossible at the time. (I didn't read the thread here where it links to the [H]ard OCP directions to force downgrade.) I worked through my issues, got BIOS 1402 stable. In hindsight, I'm glad that I got 1402 working because it had the MRC revision and added support for Ivy Bridge and gen 3 PCIe. None of the changes in 1402 were necessary for me either, but having potential future upgrades enabled is nice.

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Just FYI our board does support Ivy Bridge but does not support PCIe3 even with an Ivy Bridge CPU. It was a mistake in the release notes that was confirmed and then corrected when we asked an Asus rep on hardforum.
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Just FYI our board does support Ivy Bridge but does not support PCIe3 even with an Ivy Bridge CPU. It was a mistake in the release notes that was confirmed and then corrected when we asked an Asus rep on hardforum.


LOL... Go Asus. Ah well, I've got 1402 and it's not worth the hassle to change it. :)

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LOL... Go Asus. Ah well, I've got 1402 and it's not worth the hassle to change it. smile.gif
To be honest I haven't seen any changes from the one initially released but it's so easy to update that it's really not a hassle for me
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