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BTW... got my 2600K to 4.8 on air....

what are the settings you have for 4.8?
do you have HT on?
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hey guys how do you control your CPU fan?

because smart fan or w.e doesn't work frown.gif
my noctua is 100% all of the time


I'm getting 2 boot screens is that normal, i have micron sata controller disabled, i think in between you see jmicron for like 0.5secs and goes to the 2nd boot screen. Anyone else getting this?

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for KChase... i have the ASUS P8P67 Deluxe. Very Very good board... OC is (practically) fully automated. I say practically, because you are still required to make certain choices, but things like voltage control, timengs etc are all done "for you" if you so choose.... and the BIOS GUI is super sweet... I recommend this board... BTW... got my 2600K to 4.8 on air.... don't know how far I can push it... and now that I fell in love with the whole system... I don't want to push it.... So I backed her back down to 45 multiplier and 103.0 BCLK... running like a champ.... never gets past 60 Celcius under full load... cooler is Zalman CNPS9700



yea all p8p67 board is like that frown.gif not just deluxe frown.gif
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Those looking for it, the QVL for the Maximus IV Extreme can be found inside the actual motherboard manual download.
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so how many upgrade to new bios and regret it?
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so how many upgrade to new bios and regret it?
Which version are you talking about? 1053 is working good for me.
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Most likely 1253. And after reading all about the issues people are having with it, I'm glad i stayed on 1053.
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1053 was a big improvement for me - I didn't risk 1253 even though I still have a couple of annoying issues in 1053 I haven't figured out yet.
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Does the p8p67 have support for rog idirect? Or is that just the sabertooth?
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Just as a suggestion to the OP. Maybe you should add in drivers for the PCI simple communications controller. I installed everything on your list for my specific driver but in device manager it still showed up as unknown. I have no idea what it does tho
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hey guys how do you control your CPU fan?

I'm getting 2 boot screens is that normal, i have micron sata controller disabled, i think in between you see jmicron for like 0.5secs and goes to the 2nd boot screen. Anyone else getting this?

You can control the fan speed through AI II or in the BIOs to set up a fan profile.

Reagrding the JMicron splash screen, you can turn that off in the BIOS under the integrated devices. Don't remember what it is called, but you disable the 3rd (configuration ROM or something like that) option for the Jmicron controller, and the splash screen goes away.
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Originally Posted by Tennobanzai;12124747 
Just as a suggestion to the OP. Maybe you should add in drivers for the PCI simple communications controller. I installed everything on your list for my specific driver but in device manager it still showed up as unknown. I have no idea what it does tho

It's actually there. Under your mobo, look at the two entries for the Intel Chipset. One of them is the PCI communication driver.
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