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    Default Re: GA P67A UD3P reboot loop problem

    Yes, ALT + F12 at startup will flash the MAIN BIOS contents into the BACKUP BIOS chip, so they will match.

    Maybe you need to set your ram voltage, are you setting that at all? What ram are you running, and what speed?

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    Default Re: GA P67A UD3P reboot loop problem

    I use Gskill 4 GB G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model F3-12800CL9D-4GBRL
    module use 1.5 v for BUS 1600 CL 9 I leave it to AUTO. Easytune say 1.5 v in windows. Can I raise it to 1.6 ? Is it save voltage?
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    Default Re: GA P67A UD3P reboot loop problem

    1.6 would probably be safe, but it's also probably not needed.

    1.5-1.55 should be fine. Are you enabling XMP, and / or manually setting the 1600Mhz memory speed, or actually using Auto which would be 1066/9-9-9-24?

    If you are using XMP or manually using 1600, you may need to try 1.5-1.55 and possibly increase QPI/Vtt 1.08-1.2

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