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... guys, regarding USB 3, check this out, and then page 5 specifically: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/usb-3-uas-turbo,3215.html

I already got my Syba SD-PEX20112 coming wink.gif

oh well , i never had faith on that glued controllers that fill features.

Btw i just stuck on 23xx bios, as my lock up problem was definetly the flash hardware acceleration. I'll see when i change the graphic cards if i can enable it and it doesn't lock up, but it works fine this way
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Boo, I want 500 MB/s speeds, even though 120 MB/s between my USB3 hard drives is pretty fast already.

Thanks again for this thread, OP, it was really useful to get all my drivers in one place. T'was a good adventure.
Edited by ____ - 7/26/13 at 1:32am
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I have no reason yet to get rid of my P67.
Running straight SSD so no SRT and no use for Virtu either.
All that rig does really is game.
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There are tumbleweeds rolling through this thread....
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There are tumbleweeds rolling through this thread....

My P67 Sabertooth kicking arse still @ 5.0ghz (2700K) ... nearing two years of use. Best ever ...

Won't be upgrading ..certainly not to Ivy E
    
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ditto, my deluxe hasnt had a single issue 2500k@4.5ghz 24/7.
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Any ]one have Xfire issues on the deluxe or any of the p8z68 boards? I'm struggling to get 2 7950s to xfire, and it could be the lanes.
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doubtful. have you disabled ULPS?

and this thread is for P67, not Z68
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sorry,
the bios 3602 with the last orom for p8p67 evo???
thanks
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Need some help here...I think this started after flashing the latest bios some months back but I've been traveling and not gaming much...
Anyway, my P67 Sabertooth rig was fine for a long time. I upped it to 2x GTX 680s a while back and the water loop is solid with the 2600k running at 4.3GHz for well over a year.
The big problem is IDLE reboots. It tends to reboot 1-2 times per day, usually when I'm not there. HWMonitor shows crazy low mins for Vcore (like 0.2) but I never see these in practice.
I have C1, C3 and C6 disabled and running manual Vcore at 1.35v seems to help a little but it doesn't remedy the idle reboots completely. I have load line etc, all on extreme.

Any help greatly appreciated.
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