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Originally Posted by rmp459;12026820 
Happened to me once, and it was an unstable overclock... what voltages are you using at 4.8? My chip hits a wall at anything over 4.6. I can do 4.6 @ like 1.32, but 4.8 seems like its gonna require watercooling and ~1.4v.

I am not sure about that anti-surge option.

did you try enable the interal cpu overvoltage?
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Hey Guys. I have a p8p67-m setup. I wanted to get a mATX board so i can eventually move it to my media center. It seems as if this board is lacking the turbo - ratio feature so it basically cannot be overclocked? is this something to be added with a bios update?

anyone else know anything about this? if this is the case it will have to go back.

Also...im having random hard lock ups. anyone else having this? i disabled all sleep functions in the power management, seems a little better. but not good.

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Originally Posted by kchase731 View Post
Hey Guys. I have a p8p67-m setup. I wanted to get a mATX board so i can eventually move it to my media center. It seems as if this board is lacking the turbo - ratio feature so it basically cannot be overclocked? is this something to be added with a bios update?

anyone else know anything about this? if this is the case it will have to go back.

Also...im having random hard lock ups. anyone else having this? i disabled all sleep functions in the power management, seems a little better. but not good.

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All p67 boards have an unlockable multiplier. If you haven't updated your BIOS yet, it's somewhere obscure. Try one of the betas from the first post - they have some awesome fixes and additions to the stock BIOS.
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All p67 boards have an unlockable multiplier. If you haven't updated your BIOS yet, it's somewhere obscure. Try one of the betas from the first post - they have some awesome fixes and additions to the stock BIOS.
thanks for the reply. thats what i thought. i really dont need bluetooth, or more pcie slots, so i figured i could get away with the p8p67-m. im, not a gamer...i just want a fast machine for photoshop work.

i only see bios for the p8p67 boards. i dont think its a good idea to attempt to flash that bios to my board. anyone know where i can get the beta for the p8p67-m?

There is definitely no option in the current bios 0404 for unlocking the turbo ratio. i can try to change the cpu ratio but it will not go past 33
Edited by kchase731 - 1/16/11 at 7:12am
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Has anybody managed to get the Bluetooth working?
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Has anybody managed to get the Bluetooth working?
Bluetooth has been working for me since day one. I use it with my android phone and the bt turbo soffware to shutdown my pc. Check my volt from my bed while pc is running prime.
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I put together my 2500K + P8P67 Pro setup last night and it worked until I tried to move to my 4 disk-RAID setup. The system was running on an OCZ 60GB SSD when it was able to turn on.

Needing to switch the SATA mode from the default ACHI to RAID in the new bios I rebooted. This was the last time the machine started up properly.

The machine keeps rebooting. The Diagnostic LEDs on the board flash one at a time at startup (except the boot device one does not flash). It typically goes Memory-GPU-CPU before looping. It always ends on the CPU one.

I've uploaded a video that shows the flashing light situation. It is sitting on some plastic risers and resting on a box.


Anyone seen this or have ideas?



Things I tried:
Nothing ever displays on the display. The best I can tell the machine keeps rebooting almost as if it is doing the MemOK check except it isn't because it doesn't flash the LEDs properly (see below about reset button).

I've tried clearing CMOS too many times to count. And swapped out as much hardware as I could: 2 different power supplies, 6 sticks of RAM alone in all available slots and two different graphics cards. Removed and reinserted CPU; no dice.

I've tried CrashFree3 restoration via USB and USB-DVD but the machine turns off way too quickly for anything to happen.

If I push the reset button at the right time during the reboot loop the machine will stay on and display the memory error LED. If I put the machine into MemOK check mode this LED blinks instead.

Turning on/off EPU and TPU via the hardware switches didn't make a difference.
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Bluetooth has been working for me since day one. I use it with my android phone and the bt turbo soffware to shutdown my pc. Check my volt from my bed while pc is running prime.
Are there any settings you need to enable in the BIOS to activate the Bluetooth controller or whatever it is?
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I put together my 2500K + P8P67 Pro setup last night and it worked until I tried to move to my 4 disk-RAID setup. The system was running on an OCZ 60GB SSD when it was able to turn on.

Needing to switch the SATA mode from the default ACHI to RAID in the new bios I rebooted. This was the last time the machine started up properly.

The machine keeps rebooting. The Diagnostic LEDs on the board flash one at a time at startup (except the boot device one does not flash). It typically goes Memory-GPU-CPU before looping. It always ends on the CPU one.

I've uploaded a video that shows the flashing light situation. It is sitting on some plastic risers and resting on a box. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oG8qBRaMx8M

Anyone seen this or have ideas?



Things I tried:
Nothing ever displays on the display. The best I can tell the machine keeps rebooting almost as if it is doing the MemOK check except it isn't because it doesn't flash the LEDs properly (see below about reset button).

I've tried clearing CMOS too many times to count. And swapped out as much hardware as I could: 2 different power supplies, 6 sticks of RAM alone in all available slots and two different graphics cards. Removed and reinserted CPU; no dice.

I've tried CrashFree3 restoration via USB and USB-DVD but the machine turns off way too quickly for anything to happen.

If I push the reset button at the right time during the reboot loop the machine will stay on and display the memory error LED. If I put the machine into MemOK check mode this LED blinks instead.

Turning on/off EPU and TPU via the hardware switches didn't make a difference.
Have you tried doing the MemOK trick? While it's on, hold down the MemOK button for 5 ish second.
Edited by gonX - 1/16/11 at 8:22am
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What's the difference between the P8P67 and P8P67 LE?

I was leaning towards the LE for the cheaper price but if it benefits me to get the P8P67 I will.

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