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I wonder if this explains the random weird once in a blue moon page file error blue screens I get. NewEgg said they would extend the return period. How will this work? Return it then and get something different if you want or exchange for the same model?

Thankfully other than that quirk my computer is running fine and will hopefully stay that way until that time being that I'm using 1 HDD and 1 DVD.
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I wonder if this explains the random weird once in a blue moon page file error blue screens I get. NewEgg said they would extend the return period. How will this work? Return it then and get something different if you want or exchange for the same model?

Thankfully other than that quirk my computer is running fine and will hopefully stay that way until that time being that I'm using 1 HDD and 1 DVD.

Right now it's a RMA for a full refund since there are NO REPLACEMENTS available currently.

I doubt the flaw on the P67/H67 is causing that issue since its not instantaneous.
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post #13 of 19
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a nother guy who cant read, new board should be out for sell at end of feb, recalls for manufactures will be replaced for april.. yawn 1366 fanboy
There are plenty of retailers still selling p67 boards in Europe. Who knows if they will deliver though.
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post #14 of 19
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Hey,

So I just RMA'd my P8P67, all the problems it's given me lately has just annoyed me and the final straw was a BIOS update not giving me any video output.

So what would people recommend? I was thinking the GigaByte P67A-UD4 but I'd like to know other people's opinions, ideally the max I'd like to spend is £150.

Also should I wait for the new updates boards to come out or should I pull the trigger and just swap them now? DECISIONS.

Thanks
The ASRock Fatal1ty edition board is a superb 1155 board, and would be a great replacement, yes it would have that whole SATA2 degradation thing, but in 2-3 years you probably would have moved on [to a new board or the SATA3 ports ] This one is a bit over budget though.

The ASRock Extreme6 is another great option too, pretty much all the great things the Fatal1ty board has minus the flashy marketing and color scheme.

After both of those ASRock boards I'd take the Gigabyte UD4, I've never been a Gigabyte fan [other than for their 775 board, the UD3P, and even then their RMA process was atrociously slow for no good reason].

Edit, another good option is the MSI P67A-GD65.. though I'd take the Gigabyte before the MSI board, but that's just me :\\
    
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I've also had the video output problem, I'm going to get this current board rmaed (second board to have this problem) and when the z68 boards come out I'm going to rma third board (which will still have the intel defect) for one of those. I'm really pissed with the results of this board as well.
Edited by ehpexs - 2/1/11 at 6:29pm
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post #16 of 19
I'm gonna stick to blaming everything on asus still then Board CMOS resets it to 103 bclk but it won't post oced at that. Take it down to 100 everything is perfect. The board actually wouldn't boot one time i tried at stock clock with the bclk at 103 like it came. So ***...
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post #17 of 19
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a nother guy who cant read, new board should be out for sell at end of feb, recalls for manufactures will be replaced for april.. yawn 1366 fanboy
The Newegg CSR on Youtube said they will get new Sandy Bridge motherboards in April.

Intel still needs to mass manufacture the good chips. End of February is when companies like Asus finally get the new chips. Then you have to factor in time for soldering the chips to the board, packaging the motherboards, distributing it to resellers, etc. April sounds about right.

You need to grow up. As much as I hate pointing to the rep system, you only have 6 rep and have only been here for 2 months. I am not here to patronize Sandy Bridge owners. Have the decency to have respect for other board members before painting others with a broad brushstroke.
Edited by Riou - 2/1/11 at 11:15pm
post #18 of 19
UPDATE: After updating to the newest BIOS, my P8P67 Pro is now posting and I'm up and running. I'm not going to screw around with OC'ing right now, and I'll just hope it holds up until the new mobos are launched in April when I will swap it out per newegg's agreement.

I am noticing, however, that now the CPU temp shows anywhere from 39-42C idle, whereas before this happened, I was at about 28C idle and about 45 under load. COOLER MASTER Hyper N 520 cooler.
post #19 of 19
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Is there any to reflash the BIOS without video output? lol

thanks for the replacement recommendations guys
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