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post #901 of 1422 (permalink) Old 06-19-2012, 06:36 AM
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post #902 of 1422 (permalink) Old 06-19-2012, 08:53 AM
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Yeah, they both are in need of new logic boards and are feeling pretty neglected,lol. But on a serious note can anyone recommend a good ethernet card? I'll just bypass the problem.

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Maybe RMA the board instead. The intel LAN in these Asus mobos are pretty good tbh over average add-on cards.
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post #904 of 1422 (permalink) Old 06-22-2012, 04:57 AM
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Grrr 3402 i think i still need 1.415 VCORE to be stable!!!! I Only needed 1.390 with the previous 1xxx BIOS's :\ even 3203 :\ 3402 im not gonna prime 12 hours to test but meh. For prime 95 18 hours stable i get BSOD after 11 hours with 1.405 vcore @ 4.6GHZ My chip is obese LOL. This thing runs well, intel chips can take a beating 85C in intel burn test 50 runs @ 1.415 4600 mhz and this 2500k takes it like a champ! Volt hungry chip though.

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Supposedly this fixes the 30-day trial period:
https://www.overclock.net/t/1254204/lucid-virtu-mvp-full-version

I wanted to try this but I get "Insuficient permissions". Anyone know what is required for access to it? - Thanks!

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I am considering upgrading my BIOS from 3201 to either 3304 or 3402, but I am not sure that would be an improvement when I read posts like this.

Is there any consensus yet on if 3304 or 3402 would be better for users than 3201? (for P8Z68-V/Gen3)

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I wanted to try this but I get "Insuficient permissions". Anyone know what is required for access to it? - Thanks!

It was deleted as it circumvented Lucid licence conditions.
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post #908 of 1422 (permalink) Old 06-30-2012, 05:36 PM
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It was deleted as it circumvented Lucid licence conditions.

I understand. It did seem to be to good to be true....for very long! - Thanks for letting me know.

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It didn't work with the latest versions anyway.
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Is it recommended to update my board's BIOS (initial revision) to the latest BIOS version if I decide to overclock?

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