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Idk if giving you that app would do anything. Can you not just return the board and get one from frys or something. Or order one from the egg and return that one when it comes.

So that board really can't oc? Thats lame but I do see on the site that the tpu thing isn't listed.
yeah...basically thats the difference. i read all about the board before i ordered it. its not labeled on asus's page at all what TPU does. so when you compare the 2 boards feature for feature, i just missed it. I called asus to see if this in fact is the only difference, they hung up on me twice.

I thought i read that all p67 boards had the multiplier unlocked. this apparently is not true. i can return it, but im not very happy. i waited a week to get this board, and its useless. maybe newegg will; be nice about restocking and shipping, the board is basically unused flawless...and i eaily spend $10k/yr (with work orders, but all in my account) at the egg.
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Hmmm. While you have tried clearing the cmos a few times, try the following:
Pull all the drives out. Pull everything but one stick of ram. Shut down all power to the psu. Flip the clr cmos jumper and pull the button cell out. While the PSU is still powered down (or unplugged) hit the power button on pc (should finish draining what power may remain).
Procedure says 5 to 10 secs but i usually give it a minute to make sure.
Flip jumper back and replace button cell. Power up pc with just a single stick of ram and hopefully it will revive itself. (No drives yet)
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I'm seeing a weird issue where in TurboV, it looks like my BCLK is report as "004.2", rather than the ~103 I saw in UEFI. I think this is making my AutoTune a bit screwy. Any thoughts as to what's going on here?
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I'm seeing a weird issue where in TurboV, it looks like my BCLK is report as "004.2", rather than the ~103 I saw in UEFI. I think this is making my AutoTune a bit screwy. Any thoughts as to what's going on here?
Clear cmos and then see if it still is doing it.
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I now see the issues you guys are having with ram and timings the board doesn't like. I tried to up the mhz of my ram at good timings.

And also tried to drop the timings at rated speed. Both times I got stuck in boot loop hell. Rebooted like 5 times. Finally was able to get into the bios.

I had this ram overclocked at one point but the timings were pretty loose. Oh well its fast enough stock. Its not like the headache of optimizing it will yeild a result I cna actually feel.
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I just posted a brief guide / advice for the P8P67-M Pro, which has a substantively different bios from the full ATX P8P67 boards.


Feel free to link it if you like, users of this board will be relatively few and far between, but figuring out how to set vcore on this board is not straightforward so those few users will undoubtedly be looking for info.
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I'm seeing a weird issue where in TurboV, it looks like my BCLK is report as "004.2", rather than the ~103 I saw in UEFI. I think this is making my AutoTune a bit screwy. Any thoughts as to what's going on here?
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Clear cmos and then see if it still is doing it.
Cleared CMOS via the jumper, booted up, and it asked me to enter setup due to the clear. Loaded optimized defaults, rebooted, pulled up TurboV, still reports BCLK of 004.2

Any other thoughts?
Edited by Cardinal - 1/16/11 at 1:02pm
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Hmmm. While you have tried clearing the cmos a few times, try the following:
Pull all the drives out. Pull everything but one stick of ram. Shut down all power to the psu. Flip the clr cmos jumper and pull the button cell out. While the PSU is still powered down (or unplugged) hit the power button on pc (should finish draining what power may remain).
Procedure says 5 to 10 secs but i usually give it a minute to make sure.
Flip jumper back and replace button cell. Power up pc with just a single stick of ram and hopefully it will revive itself. (No drives yet)
I found this thread
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=264597

This is similar to what I am experiencing but I am unable to recover from it via clearing CMOS. I do remember setting AI Tuner to manual (bad experience with asus and that setting) but I did not change any other settings.

I've tried many methods of reset including the one you described and the one on the ASUS forums but no luck yet.
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Have not read a ton on the boards (outside of basic features) before I jumped in and upgraded to a P8P67 and a 2500k. It's been a while for me.

I have a question. Are there any adjustments I should make to the bios on a system that is not planned on being OC'd right away? Any options I should turn on/off? and should I select balance, performance etc,,?

Thanks for the help.
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I found this thread
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=264597

This is similar to what I am experiencing but I am unable to recover from it via clearing CMOS. I do remember setting AI Tuner to manual (bad experience with asus and that setting) but I did not change any other settings.

I've tried many methods of reset including the one you described and the one on the ASUS forums but no luck yet.
Yea i like bricked my first board... and cant get a stable OC w/ my ram over 1333 even though its 1600mhz ram...

Bought a new motherboard and im going to be picking up some 2000-2200 gskill in a few weeks. Not a huge fan of gskill ram but i am seeing alot of success and the two manufacturers seem to have traded alot of samples to develop a QVL before these boards hit the market... seems like my best chance.
    
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