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Yeah I am on 1053 but for some reason I can not get Asus Suites II to work. I see with the new bios 1253 you can download the new Asus Suites II with it. So far I am at 4.5GHz at 1.25v solid with memory at 1866 cas 8.. I guess I will wait a bit to see how 1253 turns out.

you try the patch with AI suite?
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I just returned my new unopened P8P67 WS Revolution.
All these problems that some of you are having just scared me.

I am not saying that Asus is a bad brand at all but they sure need to figure out some issues before I commit to another Asus MB.

I have no spare PC and currently my sig rig is broken (EVGA MB USB failure).

I think I will be going with Gigabyte now. Never had one before. My first two rigs were with an Asus MB, then the EVGA and now I try Gigabyte.

One day maybe I will again own an Asus, but not for a while.......

To all of you having issues with Asus MB, I hope your problems will be solved asap.....
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Guys I have a i5 2500k, and Asus p8p67 pro in my cart right now at MC. I use my pc mostly for gaming is it worth it to pull the trigger? (over my current rig)
What kind of clocks can I expect for a 2500k? Is it worth the extra $100 for the 2600k?
Great thread, any help will be Rep'd.
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yea i5 2500k has very similar performance to the 2600k, so as of now the best bang for your buck as far as CPU goes. And careful of the asus p8p67 alot of people have problems with it, but most problems can be solved.
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yea i5 2500k has very similar performance to the 2600k, so as of now the best bang for your buck as far as CPU goes. And careful of the asus p8p67 alot of people have problems with it, but most problems can be solved.
I can get this Gigabyte board for the same price as the asus,
http://www.microcenter.com/single_pr...uct_id=0354003
I heard the asus was better though. Im glad I saw this thread though i had no idea so many people were having problems although they look like minor issues.
I might hold off on upgrading because i dont think this will give me that much of a performance jump in games. I need an excuse to upgrade though. = /
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My p76 Pro board gave me no serious issues at all. Running some stability tests now on 4.4ghz for my i5 2500k.
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My p76 Pro board gave me no serious issues at all. Running some stability tests now on 4.4ghz for my i5 2500k.
Nice have you had to bump the vcore at all to get 4.4? I would like to get 4.8-5.0,(on air) not sure if thats possible with the 2500k.
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the reason this thread has 57 pages it's because of all these little problems -_-.

get a gigabyte they will have UEFI support soon, and they actually have VRD12 certification with their analogue pwm design and same quality VRM as MSI's Military class 2 components. (MSI GD65 has like what 6 phases vs Ud4's 12)

besides if gigabyte has worked for you in the past why switch brands keep the wagon rolling.^_^
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My p76 Pro board gave me no serious issues at all. Running some stability tests now on 4.4ghz for my i5 2500k.
Hint: no serious issues

not the same as no issues

not saying asus is bad, just saying they released a board with sht load of problems thanks god their support team is working very hard to squish all the bugs. 3 BIOS update as of now so they are doing their job
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Nice have you had to bump the vcore at all to get 4.4? I would like to get 4.8-5.0,(on air) not sure if thats possible with the 2500k.
It is set at 1.3v although it's running at about 1.288v right now. Running about 56 C during the stress test. Is that a decent temp?

Also, I finally installed AI Suite II today, it installed fine without the patch file, and only had one small issue. My RAM is set at 1600 in my BIOS, but it shows up at 1333 in AI Suite. CPU-z shows it running at 1600. I'm guessing it's a bug in AI. Or maybe it only shows the default setting?
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