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Out of stock on Newegg.
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delete.
Edited by The Red Dojo - 5/24/12 at 12:38am
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Did they discontinue this board? I can't find it anywhere. frown.gif
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can anyone link me to the latest bios? thanks
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Well, here's the latest official BIOS (non-B3, B3) on Biostar's website, updated 12/15/11 to support IB CPUs.

Almost forgot about my board; it's been sitting in an unused PC case for months.
    
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Originally Posted by veblen View Post

Well, here's the latest official BIOS (non-B3, B3) on Biostar's website, updated 12/15/11 to support IB CPUs.
Almost forgot about my board; it's been sitting in an unused PC case for months.

Nice. Now I have to see if selling my SB and putting the money towards an IB is worth it.
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I have a tp67xe as my backup board and it really is still an awesome overclocker.
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I know this isn't the same board, but I have the TP67B+ Rev 2.0 board, and whenever I get to a certain multi in overclocking (not sure exactly where it starts) whether I am using a fixed multi or via turbo clocking, when I start stress testing, my multi will drop. I am 99% sure that I turn off all the power saving features, but am not sure what could cause this. When I initially started clocking, I followed the video I will link to, but have tried other methods too. Thanks for the help.

It is hard to read in my system specs, currently running 2x4gb g.skill snipers 1866mhz 9-10-9-28 1t, but just got today 4x4gb of the 30nm samsung green memory that clocks amazingly. Have tried various ram settings to see if its ram related (XMP and not) which out any change. Also, on auto my board runs the ram at about 1.57v rather than 1.5v that it should, could that matter?

EDIT: Following the guide for 4.7ghz, the 2nd bit of code, you can see in that the person changed the Power Technology to custom, if I mimic this with my set up, I don't seem to get the multi drop issues.

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can anyone help me please? i am upgrading my ram for my tp67xe.

Does the : [ RipjawsZ] F3-19200CL9Q-16GBZHD (4Gx4)
DDR3-2400 PC3 19200 16GB(4GB x 4)
CL 9-11-10-28-2N 1.65V work for tp67xe?
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post #690 of 752
This board is going on sale for $70AR ($10rebate) today at $1pm!

I'm going to nab this for an upgrade to an i5-2500k thumb.gif
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