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I would love to be added to this club. Sadly I had to RMA my last board due to Hard locking issues that where unresolved. Tried different memory timings/BIOS re-flashing/etc. and nothing worked. I was one of the lucky .01%, I guess, that get a bad board. biggrin.gif

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When I had the machine booted in a freakish, frankinstein science project on my kitchen table and had it stable for about 30min it was Christmas come early and a little piece of heaven all wrapped into one. Will receive my new board soon and look forward to being a part of this tiny little club.

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You're hitting 80 degrees at 1.38v?That's some pretty high temps.

Hyper 212+ used. Blend custom (6000MB mem used) for 24 hours + gave only 67c max for the two hottest cores..
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I would love to be added to this club. Sadly I had to RMA my last board due to Hard locking issues that where unresolved. Tried different memory timings/BIOS re-flashing/etc. and nothing worked. I was one of the lucky .01%, I guess, that get a bad board. biggrin.gif

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I welcome you to this club then! smile.gif Sorry to hear of your troubles with the last board. I'm sure you will be more lucky with your new one wink.gif
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Yeah, no worries here at all. Been a long time ASUS buyer and they have always come through in the end. Thanks for the add!

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Yeah, no worries here at all. Been a long time ASUS buyer and they have always come through in the end. Thanks for the add!

Asus have very solid boards. My P8P67 Pro have been rock solid. Got it about a week ago. No problems so far. I really like this board and it's bios wink.gif
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