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I got an issue. here on video its shown how voltage variates. Is that normal?


And here i got an picture of other problem:
http://www.shrani.si/f/3S/36/1ylZGDJo/7.png

i would appreciate any thoughts/explanations TY!
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So will ASUS take back my board just because it may be effected? Or will my board actually need to be defective for me to get the new revision... because their warranty is 3 years and this issue causes the SATA to fail in 3 years so it would suck to have my SATA fail only days after my warranty expires...
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Originally Posted by Semper Fidelis View Post
So will ASUS take back my board just because it may be effected? Or will my board actually need to be defective for me to get the new revision... because their warranty is 3 years and this issue causes the SATA to fail in 3 years so it would suck to have my SATA fail only days after my warranty expires...
If this is a recall that resulted in them pulling hardware from the market, I'm pretty sure we're getting new boards. ASUS will announce something soon. They're probably just working out the details with intel, who is going to pick up the tab I'm sure...
Edited by Sheyster - 2/1/11 at 9:31am
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I have a quick question concerning this whole fiasco, when I change the 3HDD'S to the Sata 6 Ports...I will not lose my raid-0 set up or Windows OS installation on the SSD, right?

If the answer is that I will Indeed lose the raid 0 set up and SSD with the OS, then I might as well get a replacement.

Thanks, also at Jefferoo here is a useful and informative link to get yourself up to date:

http://www.anandtech.com/show/4142/i...-begins-recall
I even came from a P5K-e to my P8P67 Pro and didnt lose the Raid-0
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Anyone know how to downgrade the BIOS?
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Been glancing through the thread.. had a few questions.. about to get the i7 2600K and the P8P67 Deluxe board.

Yeah i heard about the recall but i should be fine as i dont use many onboard sata ports (just 2, one for OS, one for optical), ill stick with the sata 6Gb ones.

I'd like to shoot for at least 4.7ghz, if not 4.8 or even 5.. i've heard there is stability issues much above 4.7? For 24/7 usage, should i stick with 4.8 or lower?
Should i update to the 1204 bios if its not already on it? I've seen an average of about 1.4 volts for 100x47...

Is getting things OC'd as always.. disable speedstep, c1E, change dram volts to stock, change cpu vcore etc? (thought i read that actually to leave speedstep on this time around?)

Finally.. i had 3, gskill 1600GB ram chips in my old board (OCd fine) at 4GBx3.. so i'm adding a 4th since this board is dual channel.. Anyone running 16GB of memory? (i do alot with virtualization so the extra memory is useful)?

I'm getting the H70 cooler.. does everyone just use the thermal grease thats on the cooler, or remove it and add arctic?

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Anyone know how to downgrade the BIOS?
The same way you upgrade. But the file on a USB stick. There's nothing to stop you downgrading like on a PS3.
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If this is a recall that resulted in them pulling hardware from the market, I'm pretty sure we're getting new boards. ASUS will announce something soon. They're probably just working out the details with intel, who is going to pick up the tab I'm sure...
Not a guarantee yet. Latest rumor (Feb 1, Today), is that Intel is talking with the hardware manufacturers, and since they feel the failure rate is only going to be 5-15% they may take a “wait and see†attitude, and only address the Chips that fail/degrade, as they happen.

From what I have heard, the problem with the P67/H67 has to do with a low voltage transistor circuit in the SATA 3G part of the chip that the design engineers goofed up on. They have too much voltage running through the circuit, which as we all know, causes degradation of the transistors.
“Excess†heat (their term, not mine) generated from the 67 chips and other parts of the Motherboard can cause the failure in the circuit to happen faster.

The intended fix in future 67s is to cut off all power to this circuit, which apparently wasn't needed to begin with.

That's my rumor mill info for the day.

This contains the same rumors:
http://news.softpedia.com/news/Intel...g-181752.shtml
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I did not pay $370 to have a broken SB. I am sorry but it is going back to MC this weekend.
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lol broken lol broken

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another question since gigabyte post their official statement saying we can exchange for board or get a refund at April do you guys think asus would do the same?
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