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    ***Official*** ASUS P67/H67 BIOS Updates

    Updated - 03/07/2011

    We have new NV video drivers for the P67 WS board that along with the 1103 UEFI offers improved GPU/multi-GPU performance. You will not be able to roll back to an older UEFI after this update as it contains new firmware and B3 stepping compatibility. The next official UEFI update (13xx code) 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 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, enter Windows/Linux, then exit and shutdown.
    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.

    Maximus IV Extreme -
    1204 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 Memory Profiles and Performance (Elpida Hyper owners, please use Red Slots for best performance, CFG Lock to Disable should improve SuperPI times even better now)
    - Improved USB compatibility, performance and UEFI fixes
    - Minor Bug Fixes
    - Enable SPDIF output support in UEFI
    - Enhanced auto rules
    - Fixed OC profile usage with vCore offset mode
    - Enable CPU target frequency at POST

    Official Release - UEFI 1204-
    http://www.mediafire.com/?qvgxf3wa6wv115a It will be on our support site in a few days.

    New ROG Connect - version 10410
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...pVistaWin7.zip
    New ROG Connect Plus - version 10010
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...pVistaWin7.zip


    Please note - Enabling Memory Bandwidth Boost will tighten memory subtimings and can cause non-post conditions with certain memory kits. It is currently optimized for Elpida Hyper and High Speed PSC ICs. This setting will be optimized with additional memory profiles over time and we are working on "best" settings for mainstream kits now. I recommend unless you are trying to set SuperPI records with the above kits that most users leave this option disabled. It is meant for "on the edge" overclocking.



    P8P67 WS - Official UEFI 1103 (Based on 1305 and up Code)
    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)
    - Improved MultiGPU performance
    - Per Core Save Fixed
    - 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. If you want EIST to work properly while overclocking, please ensure that C1E is enabled, C3 and C6 are also recommended to be enabled for PM reasons unless you are benchmarking 3DMark, PCMark, or Super PI.
    - 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
    - Updated ME Firmware to 1197

    Official Release - UEFI 1103 -
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...-ASUS-1103.zip

    For Best Graphics Performance on the WS board using NVIDIA cards, please use these drivers -
    Vista/Win7 64-bit -
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...Win7_64bit.zip

    Vista/Win7 32-bit -
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...Win7_32bit.zip

    WinXP 64-bit SP3-
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...inXP_64bit.zip

    WinXP 32-bit SP3-
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...inXP_32bit.zip

    P8P67-M Pro, P8P67-M, P8H67-M Pro, P8H67-V, P8H67-M, P8H67 -
    Change Log - (Based on 1305 code, not all items listed will be available depending on chipset and UEFI Options)
    - 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. If you want EIST to work properly while overclocking, please ensure that C1E is enabled, C3 and C6 are also recommended to be enabled unless you are benchmarking 3DMark, PCMark, or Super PI.
    - 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
    UEFI downloads will be at our FTP and Support Sites Shortly, otherwise you can download them here -

    P8H67-M Pro 0806
    http://www.mediafire.com/?9g66sbatz2883i8

    P8H67-V 0704
    http://www.mediafire.com/?hcv32rtnc6icj2z

    P8H67 0803
    http://www.mediafire.com/?vvxgam8bebfqxf4

    P8H67-M 0602
    http://www.mediafire.com/?wpz6talcd9u8izl

    P8P67-M Pro 0703
    http://www.mediafire.com/?d4vr319obv5ovbr

    P8P67-M 0702
    http://www.mediafire.com/?ro2ci6y043qub63



    Maximus IV Extreme -
    1101 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 Memory Profiles and Performance (Elpida Hyper owners, please use Red Slots for best performance, CFG Lock to Disable should improve SuperPI times)
    - Per Core Save Fixed
    - Minor Bug Fixes
    - Auto Voltage Resume Fix

    Official Release - UEFI 1101 -
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...-ASUS-1101.zip
    Please note - Enabling Memory Bandwidth Boost will tighten memory subtimings and can cause non-post conditions with certain memory kits. It is currently optimized for Elpida Hyper and High Speed PSC ICs. This setting will be optimized with additional memory profiles over time and we are working on "best" settings for mainstream kits now. I recommend unless you are trying to set SuperPI records with the above kits that most users leave this option disabled. It is meant for "on the edge" overclocking.



    P8P67 Deluxe / Pro / EVO / Standard / Sabertooth - 1305 / P8H67M-EVO - 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. If you want EIST to work properly while overclocking, please ensure that C1E is enabled, C3 and C6 are also recommended to be enabled unless you are benchmarking 3DMark, PCMark, or Super PI.
    - 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


    UEFI 1305 - Pro
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...-ASUS-1305.zip

    UEFI 1305 - Standard
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...-ASUS-1305.zip

    UEFI 1305 - EVO
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...-ASUS-1305.zip

    UEFI 1305 - Deluxe
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...-ASUS-1305.zip

    UEFI 1305 - Sabertooth
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...-ASUS-1305.zip

    UEFI 1305 - P8H67-M EVO
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...-ASUS-1305.zip



    Other Official Releases-

    P8P67 LE UEFI 1003
    Change Log -
    - Removes full reset at POST (double post) on cold boot or auto overclocking routine.
    - Improved OC performance using Auto Overclocking
    - Improved BCLK and DRAM OC capabilities when enabling the “Internal PLL Overvoltage” option in BIOS.
    - Minor Bug Fixes including Auto Rule for C3, C6 being disabled when overclocking and improved USB compatibility.
    - Enabling Internal PLL Voltage will still cause resume/hibernate issues (Intel related) but we are working with Intel on any potential workarounds.

    UEFI 1003 - http://www.mediafire.com/file/zvx227...-ASUS-1003.rar


    AI Suite II Updates - Please Download if you are still using the Support CD version as they are optimized for use with the new BIOS updates, now includes WS board

    P8P67 WS Users -
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...e_II_10117.zip

    P8P67 Basic / PRO / EVO / Deluxe Users -
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/misc/...ite_II_P8P.zip

    Maximus IV Extreme Users -
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/misc/...ite_II_M4E.zip

    P8H67M-EVO Users -
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/misc/...8H67_M_EVO.zip

    P8P67 Sabertooth Users -
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/misc/...XP_Vista_7.zip

    As always please ensure you have the latest Intel Chipset, LAN and Management Engine Interface drivers loaded.
    Intel INF Update 1021 - (qualifying 1025 now, MIVE and WS users are clear to use)
    http://downloadcenter.intel.com/conf...Series+Chipset

    Intel Management Engine Interface Driver Update 1197 -
    http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Deta...B65AL&lang=eng

    Intel LAN Driver Update 16.0
    http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Deta...B65AL&lang=eng

    Intel RST
    (expecting updated driver set from Intel shortly)

    New Marvell SATA Controller Driver Set - (1051, recommended for new Crucial C400, Corsair P3 and Intel 510 SSDs or other drives containing Marvell controller chipsets)
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...pVistaWin7.zip

    AI Charger Update - 10009
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...ger_V10009.zip
    Last edited by bingo13; 03-07-2011 at 10:27 AM. Reason: new updates

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    Great News!!! Thanks......
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    Sounds great! Can't wait to test when my next 2600K arrives!
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    Thanks Mr Bingo!

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    Looking forward to testing this when I get home. Maybe I can squeeze a little bit more out of my chip
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    Bios 0802 for MIVE is working but update isn´t possible with EZ Flash (error "selected file is not EFI Bios" or something like this)

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    Bios 1253 for PRO ... is MUCH better than 1053 beta

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    P8P67 PRO bios is definitely an improvement - went from x51 max multi to x53 just with new bios version, on the same settings.
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    where the BIOS to P8P67 EVO?

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    No BIOS update for the non-pro(P8P67)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TASOS View Post
    Bios 1253 for PRO ... is MUCH better than 1053 beta

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    Quote Originally Posted by G.Foyle View Post
    P8P67 PRO bios is definitely an improvement - went from x51 max multi to x53 just with new bios version, on the same settings.
    I am having a bug with the multiplier - everytime after reboot it resets the option



    mem overclocking seems to have improved, I could run much better timings now.
    One of my chips needed a lot voltage after bios update but maybe it is due to the long testings under single stage and has degraded, not sure.
    the other one seemed fine like before but nothing improved 56x still nogo.

    I am having another big issue with my board: I can't clock BCLK in any way anymore when doing any changes it will ignore them and simply boot ~100 bclk.
    very strange: the clockspeed during boot differs from 3416 - 3433 MHZ no matter if I set 99 or 102...new bios didn't helped to fix that.
    Since yesterday after some reboot I have this issue. pulled the battery out for a night, cleared cmos etc but bclk still hardly fixed
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    Any way to flash back from these newer bios versios with uefi ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bito View Post
    Any way to flash back from these newer bios versios with uefi ?
    If Your using M4E;

    Rename the BIOS to m4e.rom, transfer it to a usb stick, place the usb stick in the ROG connect usb at the I/O panel, press and hold in the ROG connect button in 2 seconds (meanwhile PC not running, but PSU has to be connected) and it will start to flash.

    Soon ur ready to go

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    Should this be considered BETA?
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    Any new BIOS for the EVO ?

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    I also have the P8P67 Evo, do these BIOSes work on the Evo?

    I don't see the Evo getting much love :/ Pro and Deluxe seem to get more attention, even though the Evo sits right between them!

    But maybe all theses BIOses are interchageable with all the P8P models?

    I'm currently running the 1053 Beta Bios on my EVO.

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    Is intel chipset driver important? I've never paid any attention to updating it.

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    I couldn't get anymore OC from this bios. 4.8Ghz@1.385v
    I was hoping to get 5Ghz@1.4v

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    I'm experiencing the same bug as SoF, my Turbo Multiplier keeps resetting back to "By All Cores" every time I reboot or any time I change the RAM Frequency.

    It's also still taking a very long time to POST.

    POST on UEFI is supposed to be very quick, yet this is taking longer than any other motherboard I've ever had.

    There's also a strange graphical glitch the first time you load the AI Tweaker tab after booting into the EFI. Everything will be overlapping and out of place. Scrolling or switching to another tab and back resolves it.

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    Im having good results with the Pro. I did a full cmos clear after the bios flash just to make sure there wasn't any situation like before. Cold boot is gone, entirely but Im still unable to run my ram at the default 7-7-7-21-2T @1333 it will only run a 9-9-9-25-1T. I get instant BSOD with the XMP settings.
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    Yeah new BIOS is giving more BSOD here , i still checking though
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    Quote Originally Posted by flutie98 View Post
    Im having good results with the Pro. I did a full cmos clear after the bios flash just to make sure there wasn't any situation like before. Cold boot is gone, entirely but Im still unable to run my ram at the default 7-7-7-21-2T @1333 it will only run a 9-9-9-25-1T. I get instant BSOD with the XMP settings.
    Don't use XMP with SB. Your RAMs are made for the previous gen and they'll overvolt your settings such as IO voltage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cherrypik View Post
    No BIOS update for the non-pro(P8P67)?
    I have two builds with the P8P67 non-pro board and eagerly waiting for the bios update too.
    Prety please

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    Hm, new BIOS hasn't improved or hurt my OC at all it seems...2600K on P8P67 Pro... 48x 1.395v, llc ultra high, 130% power profile w/ extreme on the vrm, pll overvolt enabled.

    Was hoping to make it to 5ghz without high volts that my poor cooler can't handle... oh well, it boots a little better/smoother and has a few bug fixes that are nice/other tweaks . Thanks for the new BIOS!

    Cleared CMOS with Load Optimized Defaults after installing the 1253 BIOS>
    Last edited by GoldenTiger; 01-20-2011 at 06:32 PM.

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    How come the Intel Management Engine Interface driver says it is only for Intel motherboards on the Intel site? Still needed for the Asus boards?
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