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I'm pretty sure that not many people on this site are getting an intel mobo, as they usually prefer asus or giga, and tbh I wanted an asus as well, but timing was an issue as well as price, and I had to buy an intel mobo. Can anyone help me with these 2 basic questions so that I do not kill my new mobo:

1. When OC'ing in the bios and the computer won't boot bec/ of unstable OC, is there a more effecient way to return to normal then clearing the bios by either removing the battery or moving the jumpers (things I do not wish to do, as they did not work on my lga 775 in the past)?

2. If my main concern is safety over speed, is it smart to increase the voltage first, to a level to insure stability of say, 4.0ghz, or the multiplier first?
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can you even overclock on an intel motherboard? did something change with p67 ?
    
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can you even overclock on an intel motherboard? did something change with p67 ?
that's what i want to know, p67's are supposed to be overclockable when using with a k series cpu

but also i need to have my first 2 questions answered too
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really need an answer on this if anyone knows, I read through the technical documents on intel's website and they say you can adjust the non-turbo multiplier only making it smaller, it does not say anything about adjusting turbo multiplier to make it faster, and I would be angry that I was told from intel's own website that a p67 chipset mobo with a i5 2500k would allow me to overclock and it turned out to be untrue.

direct quote from intel's site:

Supports 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processor family with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, Intel® Pentium® processor, and Intel® Celeron® processor. Intel® P67 Express Chipset also enables overclocking features of unlocked 2nd generation Intel Core processor family.

http://www.intel.com/products/deskto...7-overview.htm
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Yes, you can overclock on an intel p67 board. That's the whole point of the chipset. Results are approx the same as the other boards, if not better since intel has had more time on their BIOS.
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in case someone wants to know, you can OC, but its a little complicated(no documentation/few options)

can only do it via messing with the Turbo settings, the Voltage offsets/settings are weird/complicated, dont think i see any PLL option

possible to go above 40x (booted with 42-44x turbo, but temps went to 85C stock cooler on linpack, didnt like it, so didnt complete stress test)

currently set at 35-36x turbo, temps around 70-75C stressed, will try to get a cooler(212+ in mind)
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The forum moderator previously posted:

"Yes, you can overclock on an intel p67 board. That's the whole point of the chipset. Results are approx the same as the other boards, if not better since intel has had more time on their BIOS."

Interpreting Intel's mobo description as also suggested in another post here, I built my system with the 2500K and Intel DP67DE mobo. I expected to modestly overclock it by increasing its cpu multiplier setting in the BIOS--but the computer fails to post if I change any of the Turbo 'ratio' settings (as there is no reference to a cpu multiplier on this bios).

Checking with Intel I was informed that changing the 2500K's multiplier setting is not possible with this board (microATX) but only with another "enthusiast" board (Intel's are only available in ATX format).

Who's right? How has anyone here overclocked their dp67de board?
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intel boards are made by foxconn, and yes for P67 they are unlocked. But this is new i hear their mATX are not able to OC. I thought EVERY P67 board could OC, but Intel fail again. BTW dont buy Intel board thinking Intel makes them, they do not, they are made by foxconn kinda discouraging.

Unless the BIOS has an auto recovery thing like asus and GB BIOSes do then no, you gotta clear the CMOS.

OMG treturn the board if you cannot change the multi then Intel FAIL again.
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intel boards are made by foxconn, and yes for P67 they are unlocked. But this is new i hear their mATX are not able to OC. I thought EVERY P67 board could OC, but Intel fail again. BTW dont buy Intel board thinking Intel makes them, they do not, they are made by foxconn kinda discouraging.

Unless the BIOS has an auto recovery thing like asus and GB BIOSes do then no, you gotta clear the CMOS.

OMG treturn the board if you cannot change the multi then Intel FAIL again.
The bios has a "Watchdog" feature so recovery was easy. Too late to return the board, but I'm writing Intel's executives to point out that this is clearly a case of false advertising.
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The forum moderator previously posted:

"Yes, you can overclock on an intel p67 board. That's the whole point of the chipset. Results are approx the same as the other boards, if not better since intel has had more time on their BIOS."

Interpreting Intel's mobo description as also suggested in another post here, I built my system with the 2500K and Intel DP67DE mobo. I expected to modestly overclock it by increasing its cpu multiplier setting in the BIOS--but the computer fails to post if I change any of the Turbo 'ratio' settings (as there is no reference to a cpu multiplier on this bios).

Checking with Intel I was informed that changing the 2500K's multiplier setting is not possible with this board (microATX) but only with another "enthusiast" board (Intel's are only available in ATX format).

Who's right? How has anyone here overclocked their dp67de board?
bit late for a bump, but as I said before, i could overclock the DP67DE

first, update your bios. then come back and read some of my previous posts

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...-throttle.html
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