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Originally Posted by kevink82 View Post
Looks like a common issue with this board i would suggest avoiding this board at least until a new rev 2 pcb.
Trouble is, nobody knows when they're going to be released. I'm probably gonna try switching to Gigabyte ud-4 if the shop lets me. I'm pretty scared about the whole thing to be honest, there's a chance that this malfunction may not be covered by warranty and now it turns out that this mobo is known to fry cpus.

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Once I switched to Gigabyte my problems went away.
Yeah, falling for UEFI was a huge mistake. Damn, come to think about it, I've always bought Gigabyte motherboards and never really had any problems with them. Way to go, ASUS.
Edited by nielsbohr - 2/15/11 at 4:09am
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post #22 of 27
Its funny that i am having quite the opposite problems. Maybe it is just the P8P67 that is wrought with problems but i am looking to make the switch from the UD7 to the M4E when i can. I have horrible stability issues with the UD7 when i try and OC anything above the Easy tune 6 that comes with a preset OCs of 3.6,3.8, and 4.1. For a while i was running 4.6 on stock voltages just super fine for about 2 weeks or more then whenever i would have to restart pc i would get thrown into a reboot cycle where i would end up having to flash back up to the bios i was using, re-enter my bios info, and try and save, even saving the stats in bios was a haggle, i would sometimes get stuck back in the reboots trying to save stats.

I just stopped OCing for about a few days because i was so frustrated. After doing some research i saw that i was having most of my problems from the dual bios set up gigabyte is running on its boards, i flashed both BIOS to the latest f8x and haven't had a single bios corruption check-sum error since, thought i was in the clear.

At this point i was reinvigorated and decided to shoot for the 5ghz OC, much to my surprise i passed a 1 hour blend test and submitted for the 5ghz club, i was VERY happy and thought my problems were remedied with the dual bios fix. I was wrong, after heading out for a bit i came home and much to my horror, there sitting on the screen was the all too familiar , your computer has failed to boot due to overclocking or voltage changes, the weird thing was i left my computer on and running just perfect before i left, i had even been gaming on and off all day at 5.0 ; even ran some benches totally fine with no problems.

So in conclusion to this mess i decided to just run the easy tune6 4.1 OC untill i can get my hands on a new board, these settings seem to be the most stable where i can not be scared of some random reboot or error that shouldn't even be happening according to being stable in numerous benches.

Ultimately my plan is to get a refund for this board, when the revisions come out and toss in a revised M4E. SUCH a headache with this UD7!!! Sorry for the novel but i know this will help people, since especially i have seen other people having very similar if not the exact same problems not only with my UD7 but also the UD4.
Edited by sockpirate - 2/15/11 at 7:18am
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post #23 of 27
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Its funny that i am having quite the opposite problems
Well, that's what we get for sticking with first revisions. Even Intel messed up this time. Well, going to the store now, hopefully they'll replace it quickly.
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Well, that's what we get for sticking with first revisions. Even Intel messed up this time. Well, going to the store now, hopefully they'll replace it quickly.
Yeah i was too stoked for Sandy Bridge i couldn't wait! But i didn't expect this at all!
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post #25 of 27
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Got the replacement and damn, p8p67 is one hell of a buggy board. I had several bsods, after googling a bit and turning off the c1e it... went away, or so it seems. Oh, and stock bios is a joke, the board can't even power on or reset properly.
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^ Yeah, I had to RMA that motherboard. Hopefully the new one will work -_-
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post #27 of 27
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This P8P67 is a friggin nightmare The first one died after 2 weeks, the second one constantly bsods with code 124. I've pretty much tried everything short of reflashing the bios again to 1204 (which I just did) and maybe trying a different graphics card. Doubt it will help though. Honestly, of all the pcs I built, I've never seen a fail of such an epic proportions.
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