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post #941 of 3000
something i just found out, if you upgrade to 1204 you can downgrade to other firmware. i went from 1204 to 1053 (for testing purpose) and then went back to 1204.
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post #942 of 3000
Quote:
Originally Posted by cdolphin;12206764 
P8P67 PRO: no on/off switch on the motherboard? RETURNED! Didn't even think to check, I assumed any decent MOBO would have the switches incorporated.

I didn't know any motherboards had that.

I just use a screwdriver and be done with it.
post #943 of 3000
Quote:
Originally Posted by puffsNasco;12206729 
WOW people still have problems??? seriously?

how come i dont see MSI or gigabyte ppl complaining?

Msi people are. Now I have't seen any complaints from gigabyte users yet.

Quote:
Originally Posted by mister_r;12198796 
Alright, after a day of losing my nerves I can make a few observations:

Installing any of the ASUS drivers immediately breaks Windows 7 x64 SP1s capability to go beyond 3.4 Ghz. Before installing any of the drivers, my processor will do 4.6Ghz P95 stable without a hitch and no voltage mods.

The ethernet card on this motherboard (P8P67-M Pro) is very flaky. Sometimes it will do 36MBps and sometimes it will barely go beyond 1MBps using my NAS.
At the moment it has started refusing to install the ethernet driver full stop. I have to do it manually every time.
Where all this random behaviour comes from, I don't know.


RAM settings and generally BIOS settings will often cause the cold boot issue. Once you have found settings you like/that work, save them into a profile immediately because you will most likely have to reset your CMOS at some stage just to get your mobo booting again. Then you can just load those settings and get on with it. Huge pain in the ass but the only option I have found to work for the moment.

Also, do not ever install the AISuite, that screws everything up!


Hmmm, didn't have any problems with my pro micro after installing Asus drivers and then installing sp1 days later. Just hit 5.5ghz boot last night on it. biggrin.gif

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1629011

Didn't have issues with RAM or AS II either. Only problem I ran into is with the newest 601 BIOS I can't overclock multi in Windows when CPU C6 Report is enabled. It also stopped my PS2 mouse from working. Can't roll back to any previous BIOS either. You might try reflashing your BIOS maybe.
Edited by drnip - 1/31/11 at 4:40am
post #944 of 3000
Quote:
Originally Posted by drnip;12208091 
Msi people are. Now I have't seen any complaints from gigabyte users yet.

There you go.

I just received my CPU on Saturday and installed it on the P8P67 PRO.
The motherboard had bios 0704 (i think) and all went well with 8 GB of ram... i had a freeze or two in windows and decided to update to bios 1204 and now it is running very well, the only problem is that i can't get the Turbo remote app on my Iphone to work with the BTGO software from ASUS. My Iphone can connect to the computer via bluetooth and i can use the computer as handsfree or stereo audio but i can't use the BT Remote function. Can anyone help with that?
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Anyone else here getting BSOD while idle but can do intensive stuff like Prime & folding?
post #947 of 3000
o jez massive recall xD

woot i'm so happy because i broke the EMI shield now i get a new one !
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i recommend reading the Anandtech article i posted above, it seems to be the most informative at this time.
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I really hope ASUS sends us a new board before we have to send it back, or better yet let us keep the faulty board. Otherwise I don't want to be down for a week or two waiting for a new board to arrive.
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post #950 of 3000
Uff recall... means i can return motherboard at anytime and get new one with 2++ weeks delay?....

And one question. I installed new windows 7. When i opened my computer it logged one of my discs as half shown (one partition out of two on that disc) could this problem as they say "sata degradation"?? then i moved to other sata and now its ok.


Got all newest drivers from asus and nvidia, installed them without errors, properly. Then i did some stability tests, pc was stable on prime95 for about 3.5 hours. And suddenly it restarted itself. Like if i press on a fully loaded prime test restart button.

Could that be because of this sata problem? (just asking.. i am out of options)
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