Originariamente inviato da richard99
Scusate, ma sbaglio o questa scheda madre (o forse sarebbe meglio dire il Bios della stessa) dà molte noie e appare essere alquanto problematica? E lo stesso dicasi per le Corsair Vengeance... Lascio il sasso eh? :)
si infatti sono dietro a rattoppare il bios
Gary Key ASUS Technical Support, 31 Days
Official ASUS BIOS and Program Updates
Updated - 02/17/2011
We have new official UEFI releases for the P8P67 Standard/Pro/EVO/Deluxe/Sabertooth boards today. You will not be able to roll back to an older UEFI after this update as it contains new firmware and B3 stepping compatibility. Additional UEFI releases for the balance of our P67/H67 product lineup will be released in the near future after qualification testing is complete (H67/P67M/WS). The next official UEFI update (13xx series) in the near future will feature additional user enhancements, USB drift fix and updated Marvell/Intel MEI controller firmware. I highly suggest a Clear CMOS event after loading the updated UEFI and then entering UEFI to reset your custom settings. JJ and I will have updated information on memory setups and SSD testing over the course of the next week.
1. Reset your UEFI to Optimized Defaults, reboot, enter UEFI and then flash to the new UEFI build.
2. After flash and restart, shutdown the system before you enter Windows/Linux.
3. Remover the power cord from the power supply, wait thirty seconds, press Power On button to clear any remaining charge, clear CMOS for five seconds, reattach the power cord, power on the system, enter UEFI, set to Optimized Defaults, save and exit.
4. Enter UEFI, set your system to customized settings based on your system configuration (RAID, OC, etc), save and exit.
P8P67 Deluxe / Pro / EVO / Standard / Sabertooth - 1305 -
Change Log -
- Improved OC performance using Multipliers or Auto Overclocking
- Improved BCLK and DRAM OC capabilities when enabling the “Internal PLL Overvoltage” option in BIOS. Note - Sleep/Hibernate will not operate properly due to Intel Specs.
- Improved USB performance, Improved P67 XMP profile compatibility (please note, memory with X58/P55 XMP profiles will generally work but is not optimized for P67 and will usually cause problems when overclocking in several cases)
- Per Core Save Fixed
- Disable/Enable BT
- Minor Bug Fixes including new Auto Rules for C-States (C3/C6) when overclocking. If you are overclocking, C-States will be disabled for enhanced performance.
- Intel RAID will not support bootable volumes greater than 2.2TB yet, Intel plans a firmware update shortly to allow this operation. AHCI and IDE are not affected.
- Enhanced AI Suite II compatibility
Note - These UEFI releases will be on our FTP and Support Sites shortly.