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How do I make it so the vcore drops down with the clock when its idle. Its stays what I set it in the bios.
I think you have to leave the vcore voltage on offset mode for it to work.
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Is the AI suite thing worth installing? Seems that a lot of that stuff can be easily done with hwmonitor and cpuz and stuff like that and will only slow down boot times. the real time overclocking seems to be the only thing on there that seems useful.
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Is the AI suite thing worth installing? Seems that a lot of that stuff can be easily done with hwmonitor and cpuz and stuff like that and will only slow down boot times. the real time overclocking seems to be the only thing on there that seems useful.
I rarely/never install their software crap. Only slows down the computer or has a bunch of useless things running in the background.

If HWMonitor or AIDA64 don't monitor any of the voltages for my board, I guess I will install it. I'm hoping not.
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Yesterday I got a 2600k and P8P67 pro while my friend got the same mobo and a 2500k.

I thought it was amazing that after we put his bios sata into raid and rebooted, it automatically put his raid back together, booted into the windows install from his old hardware and started installing drivers for everything.

Can't wait for the rest of my stuff to come from newegg so I can build mine.
Me too. I'm waiting for my RAM which will come on Wednesday. Just got my Deluxe today and it looks sweet. I got the 2600k too from Microcenter.
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Anyone know if that Maximus IV icon lights up? I read that it did, but I'd love to see what it looks like.
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You guys just installing all the drivers from the internet and not using the included cd?
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What is the RAID/SSD driver for the P8P67 Evo?

Also, once I install Win7 on my PC, will it download the all of the drivers automatically? How is the process of installing driver work on Win7?
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Originally Posted by kyle2194 View Post
I think you have to leave the vcore voltage on offset mode for it to work.
Ah I see, I will try that because I have eist on in 2 places and it still doesn't do anything.

Yes that is what did it thanks. Never really liked offset but I guess it makes sense if you key in the voltage that that is where it stays (in manual mode).
Edited by lightsout - 1/11/11 at 7:31am
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I bought i7 2600k two days ago,but i cant oc it ANYTHING
When im trying to save my oc (save and restart) system shutdown two times.
Do i need to update my bios and how can i do it?
When i enable turbo and trying to achieve 3,8 ghz,and when im saving changes it restart and shutdown again, then it is again normal 3.4ghz.

Sry for my bad english.
When i press oc button it oc it to 3.5ghz
Bios version:10.27.2010
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Edited by Al3xi - 1/11/11 at 8:35am
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Originally Posted by Xcrunner View Post
You guys just installing all the drivers from the internet and not using the included cd?
The drivers on the CD should be similar to those on Asus website, however, I've compiled a list of the latest updates. Product manufacturers rarely put the latest drivers on their website or stop after a while.

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Originally Posted by lasalasa View Post
What is the RAID/SSD driver for the P8P67 Evo?

Also, once I install Win7 on my PC, will it download the all of the drivers automatically? How is the process of installing driver work on Win7?
If you're using RAID or a SSD on the Intel SATA ports (P67 PCH), that particular software/driver is needed.

You will need to install the drivers either off of the CD, Asus website, or here. The new P67 chipset isn't natively supported under Windows 7, so it needs a few updates to get some things recognized.
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