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probably video card???
I think rolling back to older drivers might have done the trick.
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Waiting on official news that a new bios is coming for Ivy Bridge support. The Asus P67 mobos already have em so we should too right? XD
    
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I have this motherboard, and I've had a stable 4.5 OC for the past 2 months.

As of this morning I booted my system, and the bios said "CMOS failed to load"

So, I had to reconfigure them, I noticed another issue, I updated the bios to the newest version.

Even before I updated, I noticed now that no matter what I changed my multiplier would fluctuate between 41-45 in CPU-Z.

It's never done this before, except for defaulting to 16 when it was idle which is normal.

I know it's an issue with Intel's speedstep settings, but, as everyone knows if you disable it you can't modify the multiplier.

You could always modify the main one but it's recommended we still retain the idle/max load differences, otherwise i could simply change the default multiplier.

I'll add my bios settings in here soon, just wondering if anyone has any immediate input.

EDIT - Fixed

EDIT 2 - It stays at 45 most of the time now, but about twice a minute it goes down to a 44x multiplier

Edited by Ascii Aficionado - 10/25/11 at 10:24am
post #674 of 752
Before everyone starts getting involved with the new gen of boards coming out I am likely going to pick this thing up.
Does the top of the heat sinks pop off? Are they held on by double sided tape?
Can someone provide me with a bit of info, Which BIOS version to use?
Then also can someone provide me with the easiest BIOS template to set this rig to run a 2500k at 4.5Ghz. I really just want an easy flawless build. I don't want to spend a lot of time on it. Was hoping to do this with my gf.
Edited by Peanuts4 - 11/2/11 at 6:30pm
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I used this guys's video as a reference: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpoJ2-hVKB8
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Originally Posted by Ascii Aficionado View Post

I have this motherboard, and I've had a stable 4.5 OC for the past 2 months.
As of this morning I booted my system, and the bios said "CMOS failed to load"
So, I had to reconfigure them, I noticed another issue, I updated the bios to the newest version.
Even before I updated, I noticed now that no matter what I changed my multiplier would fluctuate between 41-45 in CPU-Z.
It's never done this before, except for defaulting to 16 when it was idle which is normal.
I know it's an issue with Intel's speedstep settings, but, as everyone knows if you disable it you can't modify the multiplier.
You could always modify the main one but it's recommended we still retain the idle/max load differences, otherwise i could simply change the default multiplier.
I'll add my bios settings in here soon, just wondering if anyone has any immediate input.
EDIT - Fixed

EDIT 2 - It stays at 45 most of the time now, but about twice a minute it goes down to a 44x multiplier

Have you tried different BIOS?
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post #677 of 752
Hi guys,

Just gotten my TP67XE B-3 with a i2500k...

I was aiming for a 4.5ghz stable, but decided to lower it 4.3ghz since I dont think real life situations would make a big difference.

Currently at 4.3ghz @ 1.23 Fixed Vcore, Vcore goes up to 1.26 according to CPU-Z.

My temps 38degrees min at idle and 63degrees based on a full load.. Have not really stressed it for long periods, but seems stable for games so far.
I am using a TRUE-120 HSF with push pull, but due to the boards cap I could only mount the HSF facing the top exhaust. Is my temp considered high? Ambience temp is about 26degrees celcius.


Is there an optimal OC setting for a 4.3ghz stable?
post #678 of 752
Another question, is the temp from Toverclocker accurate?
post #679 of 752
Quote:
File P67AFB16.BST
Description Update CPU micro code to support 22 nm CPU ( Beta )
File Size 4096 KB
Upload Date 2011-11-16


Ivy Bridge support is confirmed !
post #680 of 752
hey guys,,

are this mobo TP67XE Ver. 5.1 B3 Version Chipset

will compatible with this memory??

-Corsair DDR3 Vengeance Low Profile PC12800 8GB (2X4GB) - CML8GX3M2A1600C9
-Gskill DDR3 PC12800 8GB SR2 Dual Channel F3-12800CL9D-8GBSR2 / 9-9-9-24 / 1.25v

??
if compatible both, and what do you think the best to buy between that memory above?



Edited by zipper17 - 12/12/11 at 12:23am
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