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post #2751 of 3000
If you have P67 just stick with it IMHO. There is no real compelling reason to upgrade. In my case I built a whole new system.
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Lucid MVP/native PCI-E 3.0x16x16/3000Mhz RAM/6.0+Ghz on LN2/quad-8threads it's plenty compelling for me wink.gif
    
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Is it worth the difference? P8P67 PRO is Ivy compatible too...

For real? My mobo will run ivybridge?
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For real? My mobo will run ivybridge?

It's been compatible since October of last year*. thumb.gif

*Referring to BIOS 2001.
post #2755 of 3000
•Added BIOS 2302 for P8P67 Deluxe.

Anybody tried the 2302 update yet? I am on 2103 w/my deluxe and don't see any compelling resons to update.cool.gif
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Hi!!

My Vccio set to 1.10...is fine for my rig?.

I Have 2 SSD'S corsair in RAID 0, 4 Seagate in RAID 0/5, 8 GB de RAM and AMD 6990

Thanks in advance!
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Hi!!
My Vccio set to 1.10...is fine for my rig?.
I Have 2 SSD'S corsair in RAID 0, 4 Seagate in RAID 0/5, 8 GB de RAM and AMD 6990
Thanks in advance!

Increasing VCCIO is only needed for high memory overclocks. What is yours at? When I had some G.Skill PI's @ 2200, I needed 1.20V to be stable.
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Increasing VCCIO is only needed for high memory overclocks. What is yours at? When I had some G.Skill PI's @ 2200, I needed 1.20V to be stable.

Thanks for responding.

My RAM set to stock, 1600 Mhz 9-9-9-24 2 (1.5 v).

Then, no needed increasing vccio?.

Thanks again!
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Thanks for responding.
My RAM set to stock, 1600 Mhz 9-9-9-24 2 (1.5 v).
Then, no needed increasing vccio?.
Thanks again!

You should not need to go higher. I believe mine defaults to 1.050v for VCCIO. Using ASUS P8P67 PRO and 16GB Corsair Vengeance 1600 9-9-9-24-2t-1.5v and perfectly stable at 1.050v VCCIO.

Run Prime95 Blend for 12 hours + to check for stability
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You should not need to go higher. I believe mine defaults to 1.050v for VCCIO. Using ASUS P8P67 PRO and 16GB Corsair Vengeance 1600 9-9-9-24-2t-1.5v and perfectly stable at 1.050v VCCIO.
Run Prime95 Blend for 12 hours + to check for stability

Ok. Thanks..

I thought I needed to increase by using all sata ports for raids biggrin.gif.

Sorry my english, im use traductor biggrin.gif.

Thanks again..

P.D "EPU Power saving MODE" (in bios) set to enable, disable it better?
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