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TriBeCa, we should make this some type of ASUS P8P67-M Pro Owner's Club.
if someone else makes a spreadsheet for everyone's OC's and gives me the link, I'll put it in the OP... but don't expect me to keep it updated.

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I kinda disagree, I mean it kind of is, but obviously as an owner of this board, on this forum, it's generally going to be talk about overclocking, so I don't see the need for an owner's thread, tbh.

I would like to the OP updated a bit though.
Tell me what to update with... I posted a day or two ago asking if there was anything needing an update and was told no. The BIOS info needs to be changed obviously, what else?

Also FWIW, this new B3 board I have doesn't want to give me anything over 4.5GHz Totally ridiculous given that I had 4.8GHz going for a while on the old one.
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if someone else makes a spreadsheet for everyone's OC's and gives me the link, I'll put it in the OP... but don't expect me to keep it updated.



Tell me what to update with... I posted a day or two ago asking if there was anything needing an update and was told no. The BIOS info needs to be changed obviously, what else?

Also FWIW, this new B3 board I have doesn't want to give me anything over 4.5GHz Totally ridiculous given that I had 4.8GHz going for a while on the old one.
I agree... I had 4.9GHz and now its only 4.6GHz. blah
    
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if someone else makes a spreadsheet for everyone's OC's and gives me the link, I'll put it in the OP... but don't expect me to keep it updated.

Tell me what to update with... I posted a day or two ago asking if there was anything needing an update and was told no. The BIOS info needs to be changed obviously, what else? ...
I made a draft spreadsheet. I set it where anyone can edit it. I didnt finish filling out my info, but I will at the end of the day or more.

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?...thkey=CJq1lrAL

As for the first post, there is no "Auto Save O.C. BCLK/PEG Freq in ME" in BIOS 708 as far as I know. Other than that, the guide is still good for the new BIOS.
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Also FWIW, this new B3 board I have doesn't want to give me anything over 4.5GHz Totally ridiculous given that I had 4.8GHz going for a while on the old one.
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I agree... I had 4.9GHz and now its only 4.6GHz. blah
Glad I stayed with my B2 board. I thought about it but theres no point for me to change it anyways.
 
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4.8GHz here on my b3
    
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I went back to 100x45 and running LinX right now to see if its stable. Error = more ATV?
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I made a draft spreadsheet. I set it where anyone can edit it. I didnt finish filling out my info, but I will at the end of the day or more.

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?...thkey=CJq1lrAL

As for the first post, there is no "Auto Save O.C. BCLK/PEG Freq in ME" in BIOS 708 as far as I know. Other than that, the guide is still good for the new BIOS.
Added mine to the list... Instead of "partial", "full" etc for stability, I propose we list what stability test(s) are used, e.g. 12 hours Prime95 blend, 25+ passes of LinX-AVX, etc.
Edited by blah238 - 4/14/11 at 9:38pm
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I went back to 100x45 and running LinX right now to see if its stable. Error = more ATV?
Unless you're OCing your RAM, it's always more CPU voltage with this board, whether that be through LLC, ATV or offset is up to you.
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Added mine to the list... Instead of "partial", "full" etc for stability, I propose we list what stability test(s) are used, e.g. 12 hours Prime95 blend, 25+ passes of LinX-AVX, etc.
Also, I think we should add VCORE values: max, under load and idle.
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I added a VCore column. I think the max value of VCore is the most important. I also added a column for Prime95 and LinX stability. Green means it passed and red mean it hasnt. You can also type in how long it passed, ie 5hrs/passes.

Edit: I added a batch# column for the CPU. I removed cpu freq because its useless, its just bclk*multi.

Im finally "stable"!!!



With my windows gadgets running, I was getting ~115GFlops. I dont know what to say about my temps, they are safe. I dont know why core1 didnt get as high as my other cores. Maybe I need to lap them, but I wont. Ill go for the 12hr+ Prime95 blend whenever I have time to spare.
Edited by virus86 - 4/15/11 at 10:20am
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