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post #2851 of 3000
mine is fine, 3570K on Z68.
even my 660 Ti is showing PCI 3.0 in my GPU-Z report...
I'm using the first Ivy BIOS update and it seems there is now a second but I do not feel the need to re-flash..
post #2852 of 3000
My comp freeze no matter what settings I try with my mobo ;/
There is only 1 bios aswell for it.
They dont really support the P67 series anymore so everything is kinda dated.

But until I get a new mobo Ill just run it stock, not to much of a loss in gaming really.
My 7870 also shows up PCI-E 3.0.
post #2853 of 3000
what BIOS are you on now.?
post #2854 of 3000
The P8P67 Pro kind of being left behind in the Bios department.
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post #2855 of 3000
Quote:
Originally Posted by pc-illiterate View Post

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 .
IIRC MEI is required for some overclocking software and some software flashing tools. Remote access is mainly for the systems with the 5MB SKU, not the P67 with 1.5MB SKU.

AFAIK there is no requirement for ME firmware to be able to have trim support, at least it works just fine if ME is disabled on my P67.
post #2856 of 3000
quick question on the Sabertooth x79 - if you are using both 16x pci express lanes, with dual PCI lane cards, will it block the poor old PCI 2.0 lane ? or is there enough room there? that little 2.0 pci lanes was one of the main reasons I was looking at this board. seems like a poor design choice if it is blocked...

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Edited by whitek - 11/15/12 at 11:23pm
post #2857 of 3000
there is enough room for dual (dual slotted) cards...
I think if only using dual cards (two) then yo might be able to get two (triple slots) in there instead of dual slots..
Edited by malmental - 11/16/12 at 4:21am
post #2858 of 3000
Hi guys, what is currently the most stable and good bios update for the Old P8P67 Pro(One with the affected sata degradation) that will also recognize GTX 670's as I'm thinking of upgrading and also stable when overclocking the CPU.(Currently at 4.6GHZ very stable)

Thanks.(My current Bios is pretty old but very reliable)
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Originally Posted by Greatskeem View Post

Hi guys, what is currently the most stable and good bios update for the Old P8P67 Pro(One with the affected sata degradation) that will also recognize GTX 670's as I'm thinking of upgrading and also stable when overclocking the CPU.(Currently at 4.6GHZ very stable)

Thanks.(My current Bios is pretty old but very reliable)
sure you do not want to upgrade / replace motherboard now or has the SATA degradation not bothered you.?
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Quote:
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sure you do not want to upgrade / replace motherboard now or has the SATA degradation not bothered you.?

It hasn't happened yet, I was stressed at first until I just said when the time comes it comes,it still hasn't happened, apparently it could take 2 years even.

When that time comes, I'll be looking into a new PC as it is,I don't want to re-build my PC again.
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