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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67 UD3P Can't get into bios

    Please test it outside of the case to be sure!

    Anything is possible, so you never found out why the first Asus died?

    Maybe test with a larger power supply if possible, just to be sure.

    Can you test with any known working memory for P67? I assume both you listed were designed for P55 or earlier, not saying that makes them incompatible, it would just be best to test with memory that you know for sure works on these boards.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67 UD3P Can't get into bios

    You still could have a faulty psu that's slowly killing/overvolting your mb's? So if you do get another mb's I would use another new psu too
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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67 UD3P Can't get into bios

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Please test it outside of the case to be sure!

    Anything is possible, so you never found out why the first Asus died?

    Maybe test with a larger power supply if possible, just to be sure.

    Can you test with any known working memory for P67? I assume both you listed were designed for P55 or earlier, not saying that makes them incompatible, it would just be best to test with memory that you know for sure works on these boards.
    I don't have another P67 system. I would've already tested the cpu on a working setup if I could. Both sets of RAM were for P55. The RAM listed is on the qualified vendors list. Do I need to buy newer 1.5v ram? I would think that the board would at least boot.

    I tested the other power supply that I know is working.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67 UD3P Can't get into bios

    RMAing the cpu from newegg. They have removed the i5 2500k from their site atm, and they only offer a replacement and no refund so I don't know how long I will have to wait for a replacement. So far I am negative $600 in this Sandy Bridge build waiting for refunds to complete all the while not having a working computer.

    Word of advice..never upgrade to brand new tech. I'm definitely going with an AMD build next time. 4 mobos and 3 cpu's t.t I've been through enough of this $#$%. Gigabyte has great support, and I should've went with them from the beginning of this build.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67 UD3P Can't get into bios

    I would call them up to verify. You know they have stock so replacement should be in the normal 2-3 day time frame after receiving your CPU, but ya never know with them pulling the CPU's

    If you do decide to go AMD, Gigabyte has nice boards for that as well! Sorry this P67 experience has went so badly for you, hope you get it sorted out smoothly!

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