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Originally Posted by EchoLaughter;13019280 
I can't for the life of me replicate your ram cas frown.gif
I'm stuck with 8-8-8-20-1 as the best I can get.
Actually... I'm most likely going to go back to 8-9-8-20-1 since it's 100% stable where as the 8-8-8 is maybe 70% stable @ 1.55v

You just have 1.5v and ur getting great cas numbers.. lucky !!

But which kit did you buy? I bought the 6-8-6-24-2T 1600MHz kit. If you did too and it won't do those speeds I would RMA it.

Edit: So ATV at 1.76 and 1.80 were both stable for about 5+ hours.

I looked at C3/C6 and they are on, so I turned them off and turned on LLC and dropped my ATV to 1.00. If this is stable for 12+ hours I will keep dropping voltages until it isn't.

Edit2: Wow be careful with LLC it adds a ton of voltage. I took my ATV all the way down to .060 down from .180 and my VCORE is still higher in CPUZ.

Edit3: 9+ hours strong on blend, it hit 70C at the hottest part of the day, now its down to mid 50C. If it goes 12 hours stable, I'm going to drop the ATV again, CPUZ seems to be reporting 1.408 volts 90% of the time. When I get it 100% stable I will post a template for my settings so maybe they might help someone else out.
Edited by Segovax - 4/6/11 at 10:19pm
post #522 of 1049
I haven't read the whole thread (obviously) and I didn't want to make my own just for these questions. Anyway, is there a difference when it comes to overclocking between the ASUS P8P67-M and the ASUS P8P67-M PRO? Why would I get the PRO version over the standard one? Could I use the guide and use the settings in BIOS from the OP just as well as with the PRO version? I really can't see any differences when I look at the specs and yet there's a noticeable price difference.
Edited by Goaky - 4/7/11 at 3:45pm
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post #523 of 1049
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I haven't read the whole thread (obviously) and I didn't want to make my own just for these questions. Anyway, is there a difference when it comes to overclocking between the ASUS P8P67-M and the ASUS P8P67-M PRO? Why would I get the PRO version over the standard one? Could I use the guide and use the settings in BIOS from the OP just as well as with the PRO version? I really can't see any differences when I look at the specs and yet there's a noticeable price difference.
According to the Google Spreadsheet in this thread: http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...therboard.html
The main differences between the two are SLI/CrossfireX support and VRM phases (4 on the non-Pro, 8 on the Pro). So overclocking may be less potent on the non-Pro, but likely only for high overclocks like 4.6+ GHz. Seems just about any P67 board can do 4.5 GHz with ease.
Edited by blah238 - 4/7/11 at 5:33pm
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Mine was 12+ hours stable so I dropped my ATV to .052 and that was 12 hours stable as well. I'm going to drop it another couple points and see what happens.

Let me reiterate again how different LLC is on the P67. I dropped it down another couple notches to .044 and it is reading 1.400-1.408 VCORE in CPUZ.

So basically LLC is adding well over .1 volts on my board.
Edited by Segovax - 4/8/11 at 7:59am
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I haven't read the whole thread (obviously) and I didn't want to make my own just for these questions. Anyway, is there a difference when it comes to overclocking between the ASUS P8P67-M and the ASUS P8P67-M PRO? Why would I get the PRO version over the standard one? Could I use the guide and use the settings in BIOS from the OP just as well as with the PRO version? I really can't see any differences when I look at the specs and yet there's a noticeable price difference.
on the asus p8p67-m i noticed multiplier dropping under load conditions. if you can afford it go with the pro version from what i see it has greater success than this one


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Alright, the -M PRO version it is.
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What is the max multiplier for the P8P67 M-Pro B3 motherboard?

Is it really 255x?
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What is the max multiplier for the P8P67 M-Pro B3 motherboard?

Is it really 255x?
HaHa...
it doesn't matter
you aren't going to get a 25.5 GHz chip out of an 2500k or 2600k
    
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I know that. But what is the max? Everyone here says or said something different. In earlier pages.
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So basically LLC is adding well over .1 volts on my board.
LLC has been known to be a problem on these boards because it adds so much voltage, I recommend that you leave it off.
 
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