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post #701 of 752
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Has anyone gotten an IB chip to work in this board? I'm curious to see how well it overclocks.
yeah the latest bios "worked" with my 3570K. only problem is the multiplier won't go past 36 mad.gif
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post #702 of 752
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Originally Posted by travesty View Post

yeah the latest bios "worked" with my 3570K. only problem is the multiplier won't go past 36 mad.gif


Well, that sucks. Hopefully, Biostar can do something about that.
Edited by Mr. Orange - 7/1/12 at 7:06pm
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post #703 of 752
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Well, that sucks. Hopefully, Biostar can do something about that.
apparently a lot of P67 mobos have similar problems. that's why i traded my ivy for a 2600k. more threads + overclocking = winning.
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post #704 of 752
My multi does not go past x16. I am using the latest BIOS. This is very frustrating. Fixed CPU Ratio is already enabled and power saving disabled.

Do you guys have any suggestion as to how to fix this? 1.6ghz isn't funny
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post #705 of 752
I've had this board for about one year now, I've noticed about every 2 months I get a x124 BSOD when the system is idle and have to increase my Vcore by .010 V and it's fine for another 2 months.

Is this a sign that I can't do this much longer ? as I'm nearing the "unsafe" Vcore voltages ?

When idle it's at 1.356, It's set to 1.370 in the bios, it stays at 1.380 when I'm doing anything using more than idle resources, It spikes to 1.392 with P95 running.

--

Also contemplating a Bios update since my Bios is over a year old, and I have an SSD on it's way and I want to be prepared.
Edited by Ascii Aficionado - 9/29/12 at 4:04am
post #706 of 752
I get that too. I think its a matter of VCC IO or PLL Voltages.
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post #707 of 752
now TP67XE support up to 32GB ram? i thought it only supports upto16GB limit?

so the question is if i flash the new bios P67AF504.BST and i get the 32GB support for my 2600k?

help anyone?
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I've had my first rig with this mobo since I built it in summer 2011 and recently, it started giving me BSOD's when I leave it idle. The only recent change was using a new Seagate 3TB HDD, which I think caused the problem as I've seen similar issues when I Googled "Windows 7 Seagate BSOD." It doesn't matter if the HDD is plugged in or not. I've tried updating my graphics card, Windows Update, uninstalling the HDD, etc. Should I try a Windows Repair? Should I try updating my BIOS? It's a stock BIOS.

If you need more info, please ask questions.

Thanks.
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post #709 of 752
hi digitus. try upping your vcore by one notch.
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Through CPU Vcore Offset or CPU Vcore Fixed, samoth777?
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