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post #1581 of 1839
Thank God that flashing software is smarter than you.
post #1582 of 1839
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I'd say the checksum error saved you from turning your ASRock P67 Extreme4 Gen3 into a brick.

True, unless there was a way to buy a new UEFI chip from ASRock--after all, it is socketed. But somehow I think ASRock would just prefer you bought a new mobo.thinking.gif
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post #1583 of 1839
I just picked up a 2550k for $143, it's time for my p67 extreme4 to come out of retirement. It looked so lonely sitting it's it's box all by itself, so I picked up a buddy for it to play with.
post #1584 of 1839
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Originally Posted by gdonner View Post

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I'd say the checksum error saved you from turning your ASRock P67 Extreme4 Gen3 into a brick.
True, unless there was a way to buy a new UEFI chip from ASRock--after all, it is socketed. But somehow I think ASRock would just prefer you bought a new mobo.thinking.gif

ASRock support does ship You a new UEFI/BIOS chip for free. thumb.gif
post #1585 of 1839
Now that's what I call support--a handy bit of info--thanks!
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post #1586 of 1839
Someone already put an IB on this board?
I'm waiting for the gtx590 to upgrade cpu too ^^
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post #1587 of 1839
On the ASRock P67 EXTREME4 GEN3, there's an extra power connector above the first PCI-E slot:
slipower.png

Is that required for all SLI/Crossfire or only for higher end cards that pull a lot of power?
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post #1588 of 1839
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Originally Posted by Kvjavs View Post

On the ASRock P67 EXTREME4 GEN3, there's an extra power connector above the first PCI-E slot:

Is that required for all SLI/Crossfire or only for higher end cards that pull a lot of power?

Plug it in anyway... it cant hurt! I guess it's purpose is to secure some more juice for the MOBO so it can power PCI slots properly.
I think that u can get the molex cable under GPU-s cause they have that little cutout near the bracket. I had it setup that way till I got extension cable and routed it from the top side of case MOBO.
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post #1589 of 1839
my AsRock P67 Fatal1ty
which is a brand new
i bought a 2500k
but them together
and **** happened
3 pins in the Mobo got bented
and the cpu got scratched
i don't know why
i put them correctly and it's not the 1st time i do that

cpu scratch
20120323001.th.jpg

mobo pins
20120324002.th.jpg

i'll tru to RMA both
i hope they accept
post #1590 of 1839
You can try to bent them back with needle.
I did that successfully on s.775
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