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I'm trying to update the BIOS on my p8p67. Booting with 8GB of RAM causes bluescreens. I've tested the sticks individually and they all work.
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Use the Asus EZ Flash in the bios. IMO much more reliable way to update your bios then through Windows.
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I've done that, it seems to have worked ok. I'll put all 8 GB back in and see. If not, i'll update to the beta posted on H forums.

If it doesn't, i've no idea what i should do. I want 8GB of RAM, but i can't return any of it because its not broken :S
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I've done that, it seems to have worked ok. I'll put all 8 GB back in and see. If not, i'll update to the beta posted on H forums.

If it doesn't, i've no idea what i should do. I want 8GB of RAM, but i can't return any of it because its not broken :S
Increase RAM voltage to 1.65-1.66v (if needed). You will also need to increase VCCIO a little since you're filling all DIMM slots.
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Increase RAM voltage to 1.65-1.66v (if needed). You will also need to increase VCCIO a little since you're filling all DIMM slots.
Thanks for the advice. My memory is actually 1600MHz at 1.65 but it will ram-ok makes it 1333 @ 1.5v. I may have to upp the VCCIO aswell as that.

I wonder if i can enable XMP now in the bios. I have all 8 GB working in windows. Doing a linpack test now.
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Increase RAM voltage to 1.65-1.66v (if needed). You will also need to increase VCCIO a little since you're filling all DIMM slots.
what is a good VCCIO for 4x4g?

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what is a good VCCIO for 4x4g?

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I think that VCCIO varies from system to system. Try upping it a few notches (sorry not at my computer right now).
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I upped VCCIO by 2 notches, and it booted straight into windows with all 8GB at 1600MHz.

Thanks.
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What would make my boot ssd and 4 hard drives all disappear from the bios at the same time after everything had been running fine for over 24 hours? I tried swapping the power from the dvd burner which was being recognized with the line that had the hard drives, and bios still only saw the dvd drive. I've checked all of the sata & power connections but it still doesn't see any drives when I boot. 4 WD 1tb in the white sata ports and 1 ssd & a dvd in the intel sata 3 ports.
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I think that VCCIO varies from system to system. Try upping it a few notches (sorry not at my computer right now).
I am having problems getting the machine to boot without BSOD at rated memory timings. I am in contact with ASUS reps to try and see if the problem can be diagnosed and resolved.

Here are my specs:

2600K CPU
Asus P67 Deluxe MOBO
OCZ Vertex 2 SSD
Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium
Gskill 8GB RAM (2x4GB) - 1600 CL8 - Ripjaws X (F3-12800CL8D-8GBXM)


I am on Asus BIOS 1053 right now...

I have a fresh install of windows on a new build.

The problem I am getting is that the RAM works 100% fine at 1333 CL9 (9/9/9/24). But the RAM is rated at 1600 CL8 (8/8/8/24) and I would like to use it as such.

When I manually change the RAM to 1600 8/8/8/24 or use XMP Profile to adjust to the same, Windows gets BSOD every time the machine is booted before Windows comes up. The machine then automatically restarts after 1-2 seconds on Blue Screen.

I have tried all troubleshooting steps...switching RAM, trying 1 stick, clearing CMOS, updated BIOS, reinstalling Windows, etc...nothing solves the issue.

The machine becomes very unstable including some freezing on black screen and double booting when on 1600MHz for RAM.

Again, everything is 100% stable at 1333. Also BIOS Auto defaults to 1333 whenever I clear CMOS.

I have cleared CMOS several times both without battery and pull and also with.



Not sure what to try next...??
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