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post #2781 of 3000
Can anyone explain me why i cant install the latest chipset drivers?

The latest version is : 9.3.0.1020 (that version i download and install) yet i got this after installation?

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Quote:
Originally Posted by sofakng View Post

Is it better to use the Intel P67 6.0 Gb/s SATA ports or the Marvell ones? Does it matter?

From what I've read, the Intel ports are the ones to use. You can't boot from the Marvell and I've heard that even trying to run them concurrently with the Intel ports causes all sorts of issues (especially with SSD's). I'm running a bootable RAID at the moment off my Intel 6.0 ports and plan on building a second RAID...but I'm going to buy a PCI-E RAID card instead of messing with the Marvells (which I don't think do RAID, anyway but I'm not even going to use them for single 6.0 drives; leaving them completely disabled full time).

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post #2783 of 3000
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Originally Posted by psyside View Post

Can anyone explain me why i cant install the latest chipset drivers?
The latest version is : 9.3.0.1020 (that version i download and install) yet i got this after installation?
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you cannot update the chipset drivers

they will always be the revision created at launch.

Unless Intel chooses to fundamentally change the way the INFs are presented to the OS, it will never change.

Newer installer revisions only contain INFs for newer chipsets.
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Aha, thanks! that's what i thought as well, but wasn't sure smile.gif
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post #2785 of 3000
Hi,
I've P8P67 Deluxe (b3). Yesterday i flash newest bios (3207) and now i've problems with boot - stop on asus logo. When windows start i dont have any problems. I flash bios few times with clrtc (i removed battery for some times) but it don't help me. I tried flash bios from uefi but dont read bios file (*.rom). What can be wrong?

My config:
i7-2600k
Asus P8P67 Deluxe
GTX470
A-Data 2x4GB gaming series cl9
Samsung F3 500gb
2x samsung 2tb
old Hitachi 160gb

And i've one questions about C3 and C6 state - asus reperair it or computers still hanging during work?
post #2786 of 3000
I just wanted to say. I flashed the most recent BIOS for my WS Revo, and it flashed flawlessly. (there is a reboot between the update, so don't muck with the pc.) I am stable once again at 4.8ghz. I must say ASUS really did a fantastic job with this MoBo. The automatic overclocking functions blue screen my machine everytime, the switch on the board and the bios one though, not sure why seems a little strange. Anyways just throwing my 2 bits in here. Anyone considering the purchase of a new board, if the WS Revo is in your price range its well worth the bucks!!!
post #2787 of 3000
Im sure this have been answered before but could not find it.

I have a P8P67 Pro Rev 3.0 and wondering if latest bios works good with Ivy Bridge 3570k, and is it possible to clock and ivy with that bios? (I mean any decent results compared to like Z77 board)

Don't really wanna buy a 3570k if I can't clock it, since I got a 2500 (non K) version atm, after the clock and might aswell buy a Ivy in that case.

Thanks.
Edited by Nivity - 5/24/12 at 12:23pm
post #2788 of 3000
Quote:
Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

Im sure this have been answered before but could not find it.
I have a P8P67 Pro Rev 3.0 and wondering if latest bios works good with Ivy Bridge 3570k, and is it possible to clock and ivy with that bios? (I mean any decent results compared to like Z77 board)
Don't really wanna buy a 3570k if I can't clock it, since I got a 2500 (non K) version atm, after the clock and might aswell buy a Ivy in that case.
Thanks.

IB in general doesnt overclock as well as SB. They chose to use some crappy thermal paste rather than fluxless solder under the heat spreader and tanks the thermals.

unless you can get one dirt cheap, I wouldnt bother with IB if you have a 2500, its just not worth it for the small speed bump.

assuming keeping yout p67 pro:

1. Poor overclocker
2. No PCIe 3.0
3. Potential loss of 2nd x16 slot
Edited by The Mac - 5/25/12 at 6:54am
post #2789 of 3000
if anyone with a p8p67 evo has updated to the new 3207 bios and is not having problems with a 2500k, please let me know. my board/chip combo has worked pretty well with the 2302 bios. lower vcore to be 4.8ghz stable.
i dont really want to update if it isnt helping anyone but the ivy bridge guys.
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post #2790 of 3000
yeah, same here.

There is a new ME firmware in there, and it requires a 2-boot process to complete.

If there isnt any advantage, ill stick with 2302.
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