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Originally Posted by mike44njdevils View Post
What're your OC numbers? I'm leaning very heavily towards this board. How do you like the AI Suite on it?
I'm at 4.5 with 1.25 havnt tried lower volts or higher. This is just a fast and dirty OC. Passed prime so later I'll try higher and a more refined voltage
post #802 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Tennobanzai View Post
I'm at 4.5 with 1.25 havnt tried lower volts or higher. This is just a fast and dirty OC. Passed prime so later I'll try higher and a more refined voltage
Keep me informed kind sir How easy was it to OC on the WS (I'm assuming just as easy as all the P6P67xxx boards as they all have the same AI suite)
post #803 of 3000
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Keep me informed kind sir How easy was it to OC on the WS (I'm assuming just as easy as all the P6P67xxx boards as they all have the same AI suite)
Will do. Overclocking was very easy, just like the other Asus EFI layouts. I'm very glad I shelled out the extra money and I have no regrets at all.
post #804 of 3000
Thread Starter 
New BIOS updates for P8P67M (0503) and P8P67M Pro (0601).
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Changelog:
  • Improved OC performance using Multipliers or Auto Overclocking
  • mproved 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 and improved USB compatibility.
post #805 of 3000
Are these newer BIOS actually newer? Just asking since the numbers are going down instead of up. Such as 1204 being *New* when the 1253 is higher in number

* 1204 *New*
* 1253
* 1053
* 1003
* 0804
post #806 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Tennobanzai View Post
Are these newer BIOS actually newer? Just asking since the numbers are going down instead of up. Such as 1204 being *New* when the 1253 is higher in number

* 1204 *New*
* 1253
* 1053
* 1003
* 0804
I think the last number has more to do it...?
post #807 of 3000
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tennobanzai View Post
Are these newer BIOS actually newer? Just asking since the numbers are going down instead of up. Such as 1204 being *New* when the 1253 is higher in number

* 1204 *New*
* 1253
* 1053
* 1003
* 0804
1204 is the official BIOS from Asus. 1253 was rushed and still needs a bit of tweaking - judging by the amount of negative comments. I haven't had any issues with 1253 per-say and I don't plan on updating to 1204 (if ain't broke, don't fix it).

Even though it is a version down from 1253, it still has all of the updates incremented from 1253. The same goes for some of the BIOSes for Maximus IV Extreme and WS Revolution.
post #808 of 3000
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Originally Posted by SimpleTech View Post
1204 is the official BIOS from Asus. 1253 was rushed and still needs a bit of tweaking - judging by the amount of negative comments. I haven't had any issues with 1253 per-say and I don't plan on updating to 1204 (if ain't broke, don't fix it).

Even though it is a version down from 1253, it still has all of the updates incremented from 1253. The same goes for some of the BIOSes for Maximus IV Extreme and WS Revolution.
Thanks for clarifying. I guess i'll give the new BIOS a shot
post #809 of 3000
Is the new 1204 another test bio like 1253? I still don't see it on Asus site for the deluxe board.
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post #810 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Silver_WRX02 View Post
Is the new 1204 another test bio like 1253? I still don't see it on Asus site for the deluxe board.
It's on their FTP, they just haven't uploaded it on the product page.

That's why I made this thread. Asus (and many other companies) are horrible about posting the latest files on their website.

I think it got a more thorough testing, so I would update to that if you haven't done so already. After thinking, I may do the same. If something happens, I'll slap myself in the face. lol
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