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    Default Re: beta bios asrock p67 fatality mulpilier issue i5 2500k

    Quote Originally Posted by xixou View Post
    Hello,

    I had no problem so far to use my i5 2500k with a multiplier of x50 and a bclk of 99.8.
    I just flashed the latest beta bios (P67PE3.02) that support the Ivy Bridge ix generation.

    With this new bios I get 3 serious issues:

    1) The max multiplier is x37, like for non K cpu (i5 2500 for instance),
    clear bios does not change anything. Turbo boost settings does not change anything on this.

    2) The bios only sees 2 rams (dual channel) instead of 4 rams (of 2 GB each).
    CPU-Z under win 7 still sees the 4 but I only get 4 GB available in the task manager.

    3) Only one of my GPU is recognized. The SLI is lost.
    Swapping the cards on the first slots shows that they both work fine (as before changing the bios actually).

    Reversing back to an older version of the bios does not help (as mentionned on the asrock website, revert to an older version should not be done).

    What can I do now ?

    Asrock really messed-up I would say with this bios !

    Kind Regards,
    xixou

    attaching some bios pictures.

    http://users.skynet.be/xixou/001_p67..._bios_3_02.png

    http://users.skynet.be/xixou/002_p67..._bios_3_02.png

    http://users.skynet.be/xixou/003_p67..._bios_3_02.png
    I have the Exact same Issue. Please tell me how you Fixed it. I'm desperate to fix it,i've lost a couple of days trying .

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    Default Re: beta bios asrock p67 fatality mulpilier issue i5 2500k

    To all community that uses the old Sandy bridge CPU on the P67 asrock fatal1ty mother board, do NOT flash the bios with the 3.10 version,
    you may loose these things (at least that's what I lost, but thanks to Asrock, they have shipped me 2 bios chips by mail with v2.00):

    note: It is not possible to reverse back to v2.00 from version 3.10, there is an area containing INTEL code that is not updated with the old bios, and so, there are out of sync after flashing the old bios.

    --multpiplier locked to x37 max in the bios menu (my 2500k can easily go to x50 with the bios v 2.00)

    --second pci express port not working, which means lost of SLI feature (gtx 470).

    --One RAM channel not working (I got only half of my memory recognized).

    See screens attached that compares the bios 2.00 and the new 3.10,
    see how the ram disapeared (I use Kingston PC3-10700 (667 MHz) ram).

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    Default Re: beta bios asrock p67 fatality mulpilier issue i5 2500k

    beta bios asrock p67 fatality mulpilier issue i5 2500k-p3_10-jpg

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    Default Re: beta bios asrock p67 fatality mulpilier issue i5 2500k

    beta bios asrock p67 fatality mulpilier issue i5 2500k-p2_00-jpg

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    Default Re: beta bios asrock p67 fatality mulpilier issue i5 2500k

    Yetyhunter, In case Emily cannot ship you a bios flash chip,
    That will be pleasure to help a Romanian Guy (Cluj right?), I will then chip the second bios I got to you.
    But first check with Emily to get one from Asrock Europe.

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    Default Re: beta bios asrock p67 fatality mulpilier issue i5 2500k

    Dear Yethunter,

    Please provide your serial number and model name for me via PM, I will check it.
    Thanks for your help!

    Have a nice day
    ASRock TSD
    Emily

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    Default Re: beta bios asrock p67 fatality mulpilier issue i5 2500k

    Please tell me if you received the messages.

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    Default Re: beta bios asrock p67 fatality mulpilier issue i5 2500k

    Same issue with my P67 Pro 3 after updating from 1.90 to 3.10.
    I've contacted Asrock support, but they havent come back to me yet....

    Can anyone can help?

    Heres a pic of my system how it was! (obviosuly now its completly different!!)

    Thanks you a lot in advance!


    (I cant upload from here, I'll try when I get home!)

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/191/img2554.JPG/ (is this working? doesnt seems like....)

    Basically I cant go
    to 1600mhz and dimms slots 0 and 2 dont work, apart from the
    bios going CRAZY if I leave plugged my microsoft mouse, I need to unplug it and
    change the settings from the keyboard 0_0

    Besides, every time I restart looks like goes directly to the UFI bios....

    WEIRD!!!

    Isnt it a way to go back to 1.9 or something else?????

    Please help!
    Last edited by Kunst; 05-16-2012 at 08:02 PM.

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    Default Re: beta bios asrock p67 fatality mulpilier issue i5 2500k

    when I try the new 3.10 bios (23/05/2012) there is a new message,
    so this is probably not going to help the one that flashed the previous buggy version:
    beta bios asrock p67 fatality mulpilier issue i5 2500k-newbios-png

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    Default Re: beta bios asrock p67 fatality mulpilier issue i5 2500k

    UEFI is not buggy.

    Simply B2 motherboards are not compatible with Intel ME Firmware ver.8

    You should swap your board for B3 when it was time:

    ASRock > News > ASRock Statement on Intel 6 Series Express Chipsets Quality Issue


    Game over mate:

    Please read below information before download or update BIOS
    We don't recommend users to update BIOS while the system is running well. For any damages caused by improper operation of downloading or updating BIOS, ASRockŪ assumes no responsibility. Before you download or update the BIOS, please read below " (How to Update)" carefully.
    Maybe this will give you a lesson.

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