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Originally Posted by nanoprobe;13014234 
My P8P67-M works fine. If you'd like to try my settings let me know.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1743642

finally someone who has this board and looks like a very nice overclock. please send me a list of settings your useing i will try them

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Settings sent. Good luck. biggrinsmiley.gif
    
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Originally Posted by nanoprobe;13015397 
Settings sent. Good luck. biggrinsmiley.gif

thank you for sending , well test lasted 6 min before multiplier dropped again . thats about average for this board for me

cpuid is used and ai suite to verify multiplier dropping . and yes i have cleared the cmos for this test. if anyone else has suggestions i would be gratefull

cooling is corsair h50 and temps was at 55c and that was with 42x multiplier used.

its outside the case on a table next to me for testing

bios is 0805

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Edited by Jen - 4/5/11 at 5:11pm
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post #24 of 41
bit hot for h50...
anyway, thats very nice mobo, just in mini size to p8p67...
did u ring them to tell them ur problem or...
i assume there should be option for multi not to drop...
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What are you using to stress test? It is normal for the CPU to to downclock if there is not a full load on it. Mine goes to 1.6GHz, at idle.
    
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post #26 of 41
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Originally Posted by Erper;13015829 
bit hot for h50...
anyway, thats very nice mobo, just in mini size to p8p67...
did u ring them to tell them ur problem or...
i assume there should be option for multi not to drop...

tried to speak to asus tech support but they just said send back to place of purchase like they didnt want to try and figure out what the issue was. didnt even ask me system specs , os i am useing etc. guess its easier for them to say its defective then to try and figure out if its a bios setting or me thats trying to set something wrong.

for cooling i only expected a mild overclock of say 4300mhz something with low voltage and the cooling is adequate i think.

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What are you using to stress test? It is normal for the CPU to to downclock if there is not a full load on it. Mine goes to 1.6GHz, at idle.

prime 95 blend i would think would bring the cpu to a full loaded state till it was turned off. if i am wrong someone tell me what program will do this. so far linx , intel burn test and prime 95 blend have been used. cpuid reports multiplier dropping as does ai suite while running these programs. seems higher i go with multiplier the sooner the multiplier drops.

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Originally Posted by Jen;13017196 
tried to speak to asus tech support but they just said send back to place of purchase like they didnt want to try and figure out what the issue was. didnt even ask me system specs , os i am useing etc. guess its easier for them to say its defective then to try and figure out if its a bios setting or me thats trying to set something wrong.

for cooling i only expected a mild overclock of say 4300mhz something with low voltage and the cooling is adequate i think.




prime 95 blend i would think would bring the cpu to a full loaded state till it was turned off. if i am wrong someone tell me what program will do this. so far linx , intel burn test and prime 95 blend have been used. cpuid reports multiplier dropping as does ai suite while running these programs. seems higher i go with multiplier the sooner the multiplier drops.

Jen

Try running without tests w/o AI Suite running. There could be conflicts. Just closing it won't shut it down. You'll need to open task manager to kill all the suite processes. I think there is 5 or 6 of them. I'm not a fan of those types of programs because they tend not to be very accurate and they hog resources. OCing through the bios is much much better. You might even contemplate uninstalling the program and testing. You can always reinstall it later if you like. Good luck.
    
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Try running without tests w/o AI Suite running. There could be conflicts. Just closing it won't shut it down. You'll need to open task manager to kill all the suite processes. I think there is 5 or 6 of them. I'm not a fan of those types of programs because they tend not to be very accurate and they hog resources. OCing through the bios is much much better. You might even contemplate uninstalling the program and testing. You can always reinstall it later if you like. Good luck.

at moment 38x is max multiplier without dropping at least so far it is. i will do a clean install of windows 7 again and load only drivers and retest. by tomorrow i think this board i will be finish with and go back to the h67 mini itx board that is sitting here.

**edit well 38x didnt last either , now for a new install of OS


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Edited by Jen - 4/6/11 at 3:41pm
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post #29 of 41
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jen;13002572 
reason for this board was one reason . one it fit the case i had and the pro version wouldnt.Jen

You had the wrong pro version then, the M-Pro is still mATX but with more features.
 
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Yeah, the reason I got the P8P67-M Pro over the P8P67-M is because the P8P67-M has only 1/2 the number of power phases... and fewer heatsinks to cover the remaining VRMs tongue.gif Still mATX. Running in my mATX FT03 with the Twins tongue.gif Well, also because the P8P67-M doesn't easily allow for SLI/CF, while the P8P67-M Pro's slot placement allows for that biggrin.giftongue.gif Allowed my i7 2600k to reach 4.8GHz on 1.41V. Folding and crunching stable for the last week.

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