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post #901 of 3000
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Originally Posted by 4.54billionyears View Post
i dont see the Chassis Intrusion connector header on the asus p8p67 pro manual or motherboard itself.
I don't either. There is something that is unmarked near the top center near the cpu fan header. 3 pins unmarked....but I don't have a spare connector to try it anyway.

Edit: RMA to newegg approved for the mobo and ram.
Edited by ChickenInferno - 1/30/11 at 7:08am
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Is there a way to manually enter the voltage and have it auto lowered like offset. For example I am rock solid at 4.5 with offset enabled and everything auto. Voltage fluctuates from 1.05 to 1.31 depending on load. i will like to go higher but when I keep on auto at 4.6 the vcore goes to 1.42 on offset. i want to be able to go higher and still having offset used and want to keep upper vcore at 1.35 but have it lower to 1.05 when not loaded. Thanks...
I have been searching for this answer with no luck.
I can be totally stable at 1.35 (4.7g) at manual but when I use offset, it wants to pump 1.44 through the chip - so that doesn't make too much sense.

What I am planning to try is:
1. Find the VID of the chip. My guess is to run it at stock, disable turbo and lower power states (e.g. 16 multiple) and see what voltage turns up.
2. Lets say the VID is 1 (just a random number).
3. Enable offset and put in .35 for a total voltage of 1.35 under load (your example).

I have no idea if this is how offset works (e.g. offset from VID at stock) but I can't seem to find any other approaches or answers.
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Hi guys,

there is some very useful info in this thread!

I got a p8p67-m pro board with a 2600k installed and 16gb ram. One thing i will have to admit upfront is that the ram is 3x4gb from a triple channel kit and 1x4gb from another manufacturer. However they are all 9-9-9-24 and 1.5v DDR3, so i dont see why they should be the cause of these issues. Also the system runs just fine, but i have made a few worrying observations and would like to know whether anyone can help.

I managed to work my way up to about 4.8Ghz on the initial bios version 0404 I

It was stable enough to run windows just fine, P95 would usually terminate on one of the cores at least after a while. So i decided to take it easy and went for 4.6Ghz with no voltage modification. This was was working just fine.

Then i upgraded to 0601, which worked just fine.

However I kept getting the CPU fan error (press f1 to continue) as i am using a fan controller and not the cpu fan socket.

So i figured 'fine, i will put one of my fans on the cpu fan socket to shut this thing up'.

After i did that i got an infinite boot-loop when trying to start the computer. It doesn't go into POST, my monitor does not come out of standby, it just turns on, stays on for a bit and then resets. Sometimes it turns itself off and doesn't come back, sometimes it stays in the bootloop for a while until it just stays on and sits there doing nothing.
The only way to fix this is to reset CMOS.

That's all fine. However, my problem is now that i cannot actually change any settings in the BIOS. Whenever i change ANYTHING the second i select "save and reset" the infinite bootloop starts again.

BTW setting the power on PCI-e to enabled did not fix the double boot logo issue. Which i dont care about anyways, i would just like to be able to change settings in my bios again :/

Any ideas?
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^^ Have you tried disabling the cpu fan header in bios?
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Originally Posted by mister_r View Post
Hi guys,

there is some very useful info in this thread!

I got a p8p67-m pro board with a 2600k installed and 16gb ram. One thing i will have to admit upfront is that the ram is 3x4gb from a triple channel kit and 1x4gb from another manufacturer. However they are all 9-9-9-24 and 1.5v DDR3, so i dont see why they should be the cause of these issues. Also the system runs just fine, but i have made a few worrying observations and would like to know whether anyone can help.

I managed to work my way up to about 4.8Ghz on the initial bios version 0404 I

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Then i upgraded to 0601, which worked just fine.

However I kept getting the CPU fan error (press f1 to continue) as i am using a fan controller and not the cpu fan socket.

So i figured 'fine, i will put one of my fans on the cpu fan socket to shut this thing up'.

After i did that i got an infinite boot-loop when trying to start the computer. It doesn't go into POST, my monitor does not come out of standby, it just turns on, stays on for a bit and then resets. Sometimes it turns itself off and doesn't come back, sometimes it stays in the bootloop for a while until it just stays on and sits there doing nothing.
The only way to fix this is to reset CMOS.

That's all fine. However, my problem is now that i cannot actually change any settings in the BIOS. Whenever i change ANYTHING the second i select "save and reset" the infinite bootloop starts again.

BTW setting the power on PCI-e to enabled did not fix the double boot logo issue. Which i dont care about anyways, i would just like to be able to change settings in my bios again :/

Any ideas?
Hmmm, mine didn't do that after flashing to 601. I would leave the fans on the controller and set to ignore in BIOS.

I have a different problem with mine. CPU C6 Report has to be enabled or I can't multi clock in Windows. I enable it and I can multi clock. Problem with it being enabled is it downclocks my multi to 16 as well as lowers my voltage. With the initial BIOS I could disable it and multi clock. Fixing to flash back I guess as this isn't going to work.
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^^ Have you tried disabling the cpu fan header in bios?
Haven't seen that option anywhere :s

Where can i find it?

At the moment it is the least of my worries tbh. I am trying to isolate the setting that's making the board go into this inifnite boot/reset loop before POST...
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Haven't seen that option anywhere :s

Where can i find it?

At the moment it is the least of my worries tbh. I am trying to isolate the setting that's making the board go into this inifnite boot/reset loop before POST...
Well since you said the loop didn't start until you plugged into the cpu header.

It's in the monitor menu, cpu fan control.

And have tried the mem ok switch?
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Disabled the Q-Fan control now but still getting the CPU Fan error :s

I am currently trying to isolate which setting is causing the infinite boot loop.

I am not entirely sure what is causing it yet, seems pretty random. Like it will boot most of the time and then all of a sudden it goes into the boot loop.

How do I use the memok switch? Do i turn the system on and then hit that switch?

Lastly, the bios now seems to ignore whatever turbo setting i define for the CPU. It's set to 44 everywhere, but windows refuses to go above 3.4 Ghz.


Arghrghrghr. This worked fine initially with the 0404 bios. Can i downgrade back to that bios easily?
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Disabled the Q-Fan control now but still getting the CPU Fan error :s

I am currently trying to isolate which setting is causing the infinite boot loop.

I am not entirely sure what is causing it yet, seems pretty random. Like it will boot most of the time and then all of a sudden it goes into the boot loop.

How do I use the memok switch? Do i turn the system on and then hit that switch?

Lastly, the bios now seems to ignore whatever turbo setting i define for the CPU. It's set to 44 everywhere, but windows refuses to go above 3.4 Ghz.


Arghrghrghr. This worked fine initially with the 0404 bios. Can i downgrade back to that bios easily?
Only hit the switch if post hangs and the led stays red, press the switch until the led flashes, should be good after that.

Yeah you can roll back easily.
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Ok, I am doing a quick reinstall of windows now to see if that fixes anything, since I believe the AISuite II is causing a lot of issues on top of all the BIOS troubles.

Should that not make a change I will go back to 0404, maybe try 0412, since I reckon 0601 is a bit of a risk considering the beta status of it.

Thanks very much for being so helpful btw!
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