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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    What multiplier is it for 1866? Is this a valid option for SB?
    Make sure clock is 100MHz.

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    What multiplier is it for 1866? Is this a valid option for SB?
    Make sure clock is 100MHz.
    Yes - bclk is 100MHz... I'm not trying to overclock the CPU, so I haven't changed it. The memory multiplier is 18.66. Apprently, P67 doesn't support 2000MHz...

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    I am not sure o f this boards change QPI/VTT according to XMP. If it is not specific to O67 you may need to set it manually if you set XMP.
    Can you attach a CPU-Z text dump?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcheer View Post
    Yes - bclk is 100MHz... I'm not trying to overclock the CPU, so I haven't changed it. The memory multiplier is 18.66. Apprently, P67 doesn't support 2000MHz...
    Your mb supports 2000mhz+ you just have to set it up correctly regarding voltages,you just might have to wait for bios's to mature as its still a new platform
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    Can you attach a CPU-Z text dump?
    GA-P67A-UD4-B3  Problems-cpuz1-jpg

    Please note that I haven't set the Bus Speed to 100.3... I'm sure it was at 100.0 earlier and has just been fluctuating (along with the multiplier).

    I've actually managed a full boot using the following manual memory settings:
    Multiplier: 18.66
    Timings: 8-9-8-24-2T
    Voltage: VCore-1.64 and VTT-1.14

    I don't really believe the problem is resolved... I think I just got lucky!!

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    Your mb supports 2000mhz+ you just have to set it up correctly regarding voltages,you just might have to wait for bios's to mature as its still a new platform
    From what I've read, it supports 2000MHz+, just not 2000MHz exactly; i.e. it doesn't support a memory multiplier of 20... just 18.66 and 21.33.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcheer View Post
    From what I've read, it supports 2000MHz+, just not 2000MHz exactly; i.e. it doesn't support a memory multiplier of 20... just 18.66 and 21.33.
    Ahh,I'm forgetting that sandybridge clocks through the cpu multiplier and is limited in bclk adjustment
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    Maybe CPU-Z don't read bus frequancy accurately, it's fine.
    Try wth XMP and VTT set manually.
    What is default CPU Voltage?, maybe enabling LLC would be sufficient?
    Did 1.16v VTT work too or not?

    I meant text dump report of CPU-Z, it is in the about tab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    Maybe CPU-Z don't read bus frequancy accurately, it's fine.
    Try wth XMP and VTT set manually.
    What is default CPU Voltage?, maybe enabling LLC would be sufficient?
    Did 1.16v VTT work too or not?

    I meant text dump report of CPU-Z, it is in the about tab.
    Oh - cool. Txt dump it is...
    CPUZ.txt

    Default CPU voltage is 1.250V and LLC is Auto... which is apparently governed by "Intel spec"; so I don't know if it's enabled?!

    I didn't have much luck with 1.16V VTT, however, it now seems to be booting consistently with the following:
    Multiplier: 18.66
    Timings: 8-9-8-24-2T
    Voltage: VCore-1.64V and VTT-1.14V

    Again, this apparent stability could well change later? Nevertheless, I don't want to make any further changes for now! I double-checked the BCLK and it's definitely set to 100.0, however, it consistently shows as 100.3 in both BIOS and CPU-Z...

    Cheers,
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    Lsdmeasp said he ahd CPUs that did not ike too much VTT
    The QPI voltage in the XMP is only 1.15v, IDK if the BIOS set's it at all, there is no "Profile QPI Voltage" in BIOS, is there?
    Maybe it rounds it up to 1.16v and that's enough for you ystem not to boot.
    GA-P67A-UD4-B3  Problems-cmt4gx3m2a2000c8qpi-png

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