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post #881 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Robilar View Post
I just updated to 1204.

The XMP profile worked nicely. It restored my voltage settings.

Remains to be seen how it works. I had a really bumpy first go after installing but since the first couple of days, everything has worked great.
I had no problems going from the beta BIOS to 1204. Seems like 1204 is solid, at least for me.
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Latest on my boot drama - updated to 1204 and thought things were fine. I have OS and apps on 80Gb Vertex 2 SSD, and a couple of data drives (WD 160G and Hitachi 1TB). From a cold boot (or a sleep "reawakening") I get a BootMgr error. If I look in bios, then I see the vertex called "Sandforce". If I unplug the SATA cable on the two HDDs, then all will boot with just the SSD (and Bios will show it as Vertex 2), and then I can do re-starts plugging in the HDDs. WTH?
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Ok, before I tried manually ocing, I had 0 issues. If I use or revert to the auto oc (4.3GHz) all is well but once I start changing setting and values in the bios, when boot into windows my USB mouse won't work (logitec g500) I have to wait for like 40 sec to over a min for it to start working if I log off using the keyboard instead of waiting it will work normally once again. Its really annoying, I uninstalled AI 2 no luck then I flashed my bios 1204 and its still happening. Anyone else experienced this?
post #884 of 3000
how does the 1024 improve OCing again?
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updated from 1053 to 1253 then to 1024. So far this are very solid drivers, the best so far. Will leave my rig just has it is for now.
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post #886 of 3000
Can someone please explain how the offset voltage works for the Pro?

- It is an offset from the VID of the chip? Or something else?
- How do you find out what the VID of the chip is? (cpuz, and others seem to have vcore, not VID)

- What types of offsets are people using?

I like the idea of offset since it seems that when it is idle, the vcore drops to around 1 which I assume is good for the chip and certainly helps with the temps

I tried auto for 4.8g to see if I could figure it out - it gave me vcore of 1.44 under load but doing it manually I only need around 1.35

thanks!
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post #887 of 3000
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Originally Posted by gonX View Post
Already been asked a couple of times, but 1253 is a beta BIOS. The 1204 was released after the 1253. It has all the fixes from 1253 and then some.

We should start putting dates on the BIOS listings so that people don't ask this
Ah sorry. I figured I should probably try reading all the posts in the thread first before asking, but only made it to page 40. Search feature didn't want to release it's secrets either.

Thanks.
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how does the 1024 improve OCing again?
P8P67 Deluxe, Pro, EVO, Standard, Sabtertooth, LE -
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.
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Major Issue: After killing my ram from a bad seat, I am now unable to boot into windows with a second set due to
"chasis intrude! Please check your system
CPU Fan Error!
Fatal Error... Systeam Halted"

I was able to get into the bios once on 1253 and disabled the CPU fan error. After I saved the setting, It loaded and gave me the simple error of:

"Chassis Intrude! Please Check your system
Fatal Error... System Halted"

I downgraded the bios to 1204 and now I can't even get into the bios at all......and there doesn't even seem to be a chassis intrusion header on the board at all.


I cannot count the number of times I have cleared the bios tonight (Clear RTC header+battery)
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post #890 of 3000
i dont see the Chassis Intrusion connector header on the asus p8p67 pro manual or motherboard itself.
Edited by 4.54billionyears - 1/29/11 at 7:37pm
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