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I got a question. How do you upgrade the bios on this board. Using the software in Windows or any option inside the bios to upgrade using a usb? (Put the .rom file in usb drive?) Thanks
I used the flash drive method. Not sure if this one can be done through the OS or not. Asus usualy makes that possible though. I always do them through bios, no particular reason. I've never had one go wrong doing it that way.
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What is the link to the new bios? Need one for Asus P8P67 Pro.
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What is the link to the new bios? Need one for Asus P8P67 Pro.
I have you covered mate:

http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...vo-deluxe.html
post #15 of 19
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please let me know how to set the bios and voltage and est

i can not go over 4.5

please~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

I have the same setup.

The most important thing I found (besides the obvious) is to set the Load Line Calibration (LLC) to "Extreme". This essentially lowers the amount of vdroop.
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Is it safe to set to Extreme?
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Is it safe to set to Extreme?
well, I am not sure what "safe" means on an overclock forum

my understanding is that it makes sure that the voltage in bios is what the chips actually get. You can check out what you put in the bios and what CPUz actually thinks the cpu is getting. With the higher settings like extreme, it is a closer match.
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Brilliant, thanks!
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I have mine set to high for right now.
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