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That sounds horrible. I hope that gets fixed with B3. That's something that just shouldn't happen. I'm happy in my decision to go with asrock and think i would even i prices were identical.
Funny thing is he has a B3 board and the problem is with both.

I have the Asrock Extreme 4 and I have no complaints. The BIOS is simple and straight forward, not a ton of options but enough to get a solid stable OC. Asrock has been releasing tons of BIOS fixes, and they also seem to be listening to what people are saying on the forums.
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Radier in this forum has a stable 5GHz OC on a 2500k with a Extreme4 board with "decent" HSF.
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Aghhhh they need to re-release the ASRock boards!!!
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post #34 of 56
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Aghhhh they need to re-release the ASRock boards!!!
I KNOW RIGHT! lol every big player got their fixed board released but i dont see a single asrock p67 board anywhere, *** why on their website its saying the b3 board are ready?
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Guessing they will be out within the next 2 weekends.
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Guessing they will be out within the next 2 weekends.
That's too bad. Other boards seem to be arriving march 11th. Wish they were on par with other companies on this release.
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Radier in this forum has a stable 5GHz OC on a 2500k with a Extreme4 board with "decent" HSF.
It would be interesting to know if he is still stable after a week of folding.

To me it was just painful to see all the early adopters overclocking their Asus SB's and having serious stability issues. I thought they were damaging their CPU's, as C-N reported. I guess in my mind a 24/7 folding 5ghz Sandy Bridge has not been proven CPU safe long term, but maybe/hopefully it is just the Asus new VRM's that are damaging the CPUs and not a less than robust 35nm cpu archeticure?

Either way I am very leary of Intel giving us a new die size, unlocked multipliers, and basically no Vcc specs. To me we are suspiciously far away from definately define what voltage starts cpu degredation. I believe it is a very steep exponential time based curve going above stock voltage.
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That's too bad. Other boards seem to be arriving march 11th. Wish they were on par with other companies on this release.
I hope they come in tomorrow
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It would be interesting to know if he is still stable after a week of folding.

To me it was just painful to see all the early adopters overclocking their Asus SB's and having serious stability issues. I thought they were damaging their CPU's, as C-N reported. I guess in my mind a 24/7 folding 5ghz Sandy Bridge has not been proven CPU safe long term, but maybe/hopefully it is just the Asus new VRM's that are damaging the CPUs and not a less than robust 35nm cpu archeticure?

Either way I am very leary of Intel giving us a new die size, unlocked multipliers, and basically no Vcc specs. To me we are suspiciously far away from definately define what voltage starts cpu degredation. I believe it is a very steep exponential time based curve going above stock voltage.
Yeah I'm wondering where intel would draw the line for a safe overclock
    
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Actually found the P67 Extreme4 (B3) on some German retail sites...lol.

http://www.h-online.com/priceinsight...v=l#filterform
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