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Odd Asus P8P67 and 2600k issue

post #1 of 15
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So i'm narrowed down some/most of the possibilities......


I have everything manual(ram timings and speed (16 (00 set to factory speed)), and everything else on auto. It is not overclocked...so most other settings are on auto. I had it working flawlessly for a while. IntelBurnTest would complete...no issues.

All of a sudden, I can't finish 1 itteration on IBT. I've memtested the ram. Fiddled with every setting. I can't fix it.

Basically, in the middle of stressing, my screen goes black (monitor stays awake), and the entire computer becomes non-responsive. No HDD activity, even if I plug in a new device to see if the hdd searches for drivers. Nothing.

Any ideas? PSU? I works flawlessly in my q9650 OC system with stress....so I don't think that is it. I'm open to suggestions.
post #2 of 15
Are you using the beta bios?
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I was, I switched back to 1003 to see if that was the issue
post #4 of 15
It seems that the overclock might be EXTREMELY unstable, of course the computer is not going to recognize anything if it crashed. Since you've already ruled out memory Try clearing the CMOS and leaving everything on auto.

Also, i extremely recommend going back the 1053 bios. These motherboards seem to be whiny.
post #5 of 15
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it isn't overclocked.



I ordered a new PSU and I'm gonna swap the mobo to see if that fixes it. Last thing is the CPU I guess.


...sucks
post #6 of 15
Sorry to jack your thread but where exactly is the cmos jumper? is the clrtc the cmos jumper?
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post #7 of 15
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Just going off my memory here cause i'm not near a manual or mobo......I don't think there is a cmos jumper. I think the only way to cleat the cmos is the button on the rear panel by the usb ports
post #8 of 15
The CMOS jumper is located next to the green light on the bottom of the board (on a P8P6 PRO)
post #9 of 15
ok then it is the clrtc or whatever. Thanks
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post #10 of 15
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so I determined that the issue with my pc was the latest nvidia driver for my gtx 260. driver version 260.99. I was able to use my pc for a few hours with no issues after removing the driver.

now I need to find the most recent, stable driver................
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