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post #2831 of 3000
well I installed the 9.3.1.1007 chipset first, but it gave me older version of drivers. I looked at station drivers and there was 9.3.0.1025 inf. I installed it instead, and it gave me the most latest drivers (9.2.0.1031) (driver date 10.9.2012) on nearly everything.

OP: I don't think the 9.3.1.1007 works properly. It gave me like 1year+ old drivers in device manager in nearly everything.
post #2832 of 3000
i5-2500K - P67 Overclocking

ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution B3 (nf200)
(PLEASE NOTE THESE ARE MY ACTUAL SETTINGS AND ONLY A BASE FOR OTHERS.)

* hit multiplier to 44
* disable turbo boost
* disable speed spectrum
(some motherboards will disable turbo when speed spectrum is disabled)
* LLC - regular or medium (x45 and below)
* Phase Control - optimized
* enable internal PPL overvoltage
* enable execute disable bit
* enable Intel Virtualization Tech
* disable CPUID Maximum
* disable overspeed protection
* CPU @ 120%
* CPU voltage - offset mode (-0.020)
* long and short duration times, set them both to 150...
* make sure power saving features are enabled:
C1E, C3/C6, CPU EIST
* set hardware monitor | fans no less than 62.5%
* XMP RAM
* save and exit
* boot into windows

default voltage levels with multi up to x43: 1.24-1.26V
multi x44 up to x47 voltage: 1.30 - 1.375v

LLC - load line calibration
x45 = medium / x49 = high

CPU temp: idle @ 30C (package) / load @ 61C
CPU cooling: CM TX3 with dual 92mm fans (push/pull)


tweaked my 2500K unit....
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Edited by malmental - 10/30/12 at 4:29pm
post #2833 of 3000
I have to say I'm really disappointed that I updated to the 3603 Bios on my P8P67 LE board last week, Only reason I upgraded was because it stated better compatibility with Windows 8! Turned out that was a big mistake. RAID and my IDE DVD burner were working fine before the upgrade. I have 2 64GB SSD drives in RAID that worked just fine with the 1104 BIOS. After the update upon power up the RAID array fails. There is nothing wrong with the RAID array. If I hit the reset button before it boots through the BIOS the RAID will come up fine so they introduced some power on issue with RAID and why its failing. The IDE DVD burner does not even show up anymore. Use to show in the BIOS but now it does not. I have tried the jumper reset, removing the motherboard battery and nothing fixes it. Would like to easily go back to the 1104 BIOS but that isn't as easy as just flashing it back(Didn't know that up front). After my rant here is there anything I might be missing other then the obvious stuff I already tried? Already talked with ASUS support and they were no help with this. I believe I am stuck waiting for another BIOS to come out at this point.
Edited by OHGreat - 11/7/12 at 3:08pm
post #2834 of 3000
no offense but the IDE needs to go anyways... rolleyes.gif
post #2835 of 3000
Windows 8 and IDE DVD burner... That's like replacing the tires on a Ferrari with Model T wheels.
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no offense but the IDE needs to go anyways... rolleyes.gif

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Windows 8 and IDE DVD burner... That's like replacing the tires on a Ferrari with Model T wheels.

lol, there is almost zero need for DVD drives these days but that's not the point, The point is ASUS broke the BIOS and now 2 different functions no longer work when they should. All worked fine in 1104. Had no idea ASUS does not allow backward BIOS flashing else I wouldn't have done it. Will make me think twice about buying an ASUS board in the future.
post #2837 of 3000
Version: 8.1.2.1318 Thanks agamoros.
5MB SKU
http://www.sendspace.com/file/juv44n

From here -> http://www.station-drivers.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=3974

Does that suit my P8P67 Deluxe?

I am not sure about it since I thought it would be needed a 1.5MB SKU, and that's a 5MB SKU.

Thanks in advance smile.gif
post #2838 of 3000
Quote:
Originally Posted by OHGreat View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by malmental View Post

no offense but the IDE needs to go anyways... rolleyes.gif

Quote:
Originally Posted by ____ View Post

Windows 8 and IDE DVD burner... That's like replacing the tires on a Ferrari with Model T wheels.

lol, there is almost zero need for DVD drives these days but that's not the point, The point is ASUS broke the BIOS and now 2 different functions no longer work when they should. All worked fine in 1104. Had no idea ASUS does not allow backward BIOS flashing else I wouldn't have done it. Will make me think twice about buying an ASUS board in the future.
I was able to roll back a BIOS flash on my ASUS P8Z68-V, I went from 35x back to 34xx (or something like that) just recently as I was trying to get out of a BIOS loop.
all I did was download the previous BIOS to USB stick and flashed it..

side note the BIOS flash didn't work and I returned the board but the rollback flash worked.
post #2839 of 3000
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Version: 8.1.2.1318 Thanks agamoros.
5MB SKU
http://www.sendspace.com/file/juv44n
From here -> http://www.station-drivers.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=3974
Does that suit my P8P67 Deluxe?
I am not sure about it since I thought it would be needed a 1.5MB SKU, and that's a 5MB SKU.
Thanks in advance smile.gif

You need 1.5MB.

And the one I have listed, 8.1.10.1286, supersedes it. wink.gif
post #2840 of 3000
intel mei is for remote acces to a pc as far as the p67 chipset is concerned...
http://www.w7forums.com/intel-management-engine-interface-t8962.html

uninstalled and disabled on mine and will stay that way.

on z77 chipsets i read its needed for trim support on ssd raid .
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