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post #11 of 33
I suppose you tried both ram DIMMS separately... And, when you finally can get it to post, does it tell your overclock failed?

You should try leaving everything on auto and try to boot onto windows. And the TPU, EPU switches off.
Edited by ilam3d - 1/20/11 at 12:16pm
post #12 of 33
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I have tried both DIMMS separately in all slots.

It only gives me Overclocking Failed if I have something manually set, which occurs when I set memory timing, frequency, and voltage myself, or when I save the settings that allowed the system to boot from using MemOK.

Using MemOk to boot give you a message letting you know you used MemOK and that you need to save your settings in the BIOS. If you save from these settings, it will power down forcing a cold boot, which then powers up to Overclocking Failed.

If I leave everything on Auto, the only way to get to POST is to clear CMOS or use MemOK, causing the cycle I describe above.
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Oh wow, this is really confusing, i've heard of problems which partially have the same symptoms your computer is going through, but i've never seen them all in 1. This is like computer aids.

I've never experienced something like that with my board, unless you ****ed up something really bad i suppose the only thing you can do is, check the connections or rma.
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I am close to RMA. I will check connections and throw in some new RAM first. I want to give newegg some time to get some more Pros in stock.
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post #15 of 33
I have a very similar problem with my P8P67 pro.

After clearing CMOS and popping out battery on board:

It does the double boot issue most people have on a cold start, on 2nd boot it boots to bios, press F1 to set settings.

Even if I don't change anything, on Save and Reset from BIOS it will attempt to reboot and fail. Manually power back on and get Overclocking Failed message, press F1 to enter BIOS. I'm able to boot into Windows. If I try to restart in windows it will try to restart, fail, and shutdown (red LED for cpu is the last post it makes). Powering back on brings Overclocked failed message F1 to enter BIOS.

Pretty much if I touch anything in the BIOS it's a 50/50 chance I get Overclocked failed and can direct boot into windows via the boot menu OR depending on what values changed in the BIOS it won't boot up at all and I have to reset CMOS.

My 1.6v 1600 GSkill Ripjaw X CAS 7, 7-8-7 ram is running at 1.5v 1300, CAS 9, 9-9-9.

CPU temps are around 27C in Windows @ idle around 32-34C in BIOS.

I tried remounting the motherboard making sure all the standoffs were tight and in place, unplugging everything, booting with 1 stick of RAM. Only thing I didn't try yet is remounting the cooler, because it's massive and the Noctua NH-D14 is a pain to install.

Tried 1053 beta bios and 1003 stable bios same thing.

On the plus side, besides my RAM running slower than it should and 0 potential for overclock until this is fixed, my PC runs rock solid in Windows.

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post #16 of 33
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New BIOS out today. It didn't help me but it might help you.

http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1578865

I have also been rock solid in Windows, so there is that I guess.
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Let the comp do its thing. By pressing memok you're bypassing the comp testing tiimings on its own so the next time you boot its going to do.it again.
    
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Quote:
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New BIOS out today. It didn't help me but it might help you.

http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1578865

I have also been rock solid in Windows, so there is that I guess.
careful with this one. found out that i had to manually set C1, C3, a C6 to Enabled (they were defaulted to Auto, wasn't an issue with factory bios) before Speedstep was working in windows. CPU was running full speed all the time. seems ok now.
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Originally Posted by Suprcynic View Post
Let the comp do its thing. By pressing memok you're bypassing the comp testing tiimings on its own so the next time you boot its going to do.it again.
I don't think this is the case. I have left it for hours without it powering up, and from the manual indicates that the MEM LED will blink continuously when testing. My MEM LED is doing nothing during this time. The CPU LED lights up, dies, and the system powers down.

I did see that c1 c3 and c6 were set to auto and set them to enabled.
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post #20 of 33
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Put in the new RAM, this time from the QVL and the same problem. I bought 1600 this time and get the added bonus of not being able to clock it higher than 1333. I have set to XMP Profile 1, adjusted VCCIO and still get the exact same problem.

I am a little upset that I am going to have to RMA this board, as I am out of ideas on how to fix it.
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