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I personally use Blend. But small FFTs are also acceptable. Blend uses more ram. An hour is usually enough but if you're just finalising an overclock you can run it overnight.

I set mine off at midnight last night, it was still stable when i woke up so i left it going when i went to work. If it's still stable when i get in, then i'd consider it ok. lol
Ok thanks again.
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Ok thanks again.
No worries.



I did it, with the help of PLL overvoltage. I don't know if it's stable or not yet though. I have a feeling i'm using more voltage than i need to too (1.34v in BIOS)
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New BIOS updates (1204) for P8P67 Deluxe, Pro, EVO, Standard, Sabtertooth
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Change Log:
  • Removes full reset at POST (double post) on cold boot or auto overclocking routine.
  • Improved OC performance using Multipliers or Auto Overclocking
  • Improved BCLK and DRAM OC capabilities when enabling the “Internal PLL Overvoltage” option in BIOS.
  • Minor Bug Fixes including Auto Rule for C1E, C3, C6 is returned to Enabled first (1253 disabled first) and improved USB compatibility.
  • Enabling Internal PLL Voltage will still cause resume/hibernate issues (Intel related) but we are working with Intel on any potential workarounds. For those users not needing a 47x or higher multi on the K series we recommend leaving this option disabled.
  • User reported Per Core setting not saving properly has been identified and will be fixed in BIOS 13xx shortly.
http://www.hardforum.com/showpost.ph...17&postcount=1
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We have new official BIOS releases for the P8P67 Deluxe, P8P67 Pro, EVO, Standard, Sabertooth and Maximus IV Extreme boards today. Although this BIOS is a down version from 1253 (beta) it includes most of the 1253 changes and is officially released. Additional BIOS releases for the balance of our P67/H67 product lineup will be released shortly and we will have another major BIOS update (13xx series) in the near future with user enhancements, memory profile updates, and tuning enhancements based on user feedback.


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Change Log:
  • Improved OC performance using Multipliers or Auto Overclocking
  • Improved BCLK and DRAM OC capabilities when enabling the “Internal PLL Overvoltage” option in BIOS.
  • Minor Bug Fixes
post #794 of 3000
I'm kinda sad the WS Revolution barely gets any updates but I guess I can't complain since I haven't had any problems yet. Although some performance improvements would be nice.
post #795 of 3000
woot another update ppl go try it and report here plz xD
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# Removes full reset at POST (double post) on cold boot or auto overclocking routine.
# Improved OC performance using Multipliers or Auto Overclocking
# Improved BCLK and DRAM OC capabilities when enabling the “Internal PLL Overvoltage” option in BIOS.
These are all relevant to my interests. It seems i'm now an Asus fanboy
Edited by Boyboyd - 1/27/11 at 10:49am
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Originally Posted by Tennobanzai View Post
I'm kinda sad the WS Revolution barely gets any updates but I guess I can't complain since I haven't had any problems yet. Although some performance improvements would be nice.
What're your OC numbers? I'm leaning very heavily towards this board. How do you like the AI Suite on it?
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Think I will wait a few days before updating BIOS. 1253 turned out to be a flop. 1053 still running strong.
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1053 ftw... btw 1204 is official right? since it's on ftp instead of mediafire lmao

so 1254 was using us as slave tester for asus
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This 1204 bios fixed the issue with my drives disappearing after un/plugging in a new drive.
Also notice there is now floppy drive option in the boot options menu.
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