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Default No overclocking on GA-P67A-UD5-B3 with Ivy Bridge?

Installed the F8 bios on this board, but max multi is 39x?

Any biosupdates that support overclocking with this board?
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Interesting Gamer. I'd like to know for UD7 though
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THey are making AMI UEFI's for all of their Z68 boards to unlock multiplier control. Right now the lower boards like the UD3H for instance has it, i have it here, as do a few others. They did the Sniper 2 as well, and they are working their way up from there. Its a 32MBit UEFI, so no 3D mode, just advanced.
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Still hoping for a quick fix
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i hate that mb killed 2600k and 2x 1.5tb and itself at stock settings
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You say you're stuck at x39..... you sure it's not a form of the multiplier bug that others are experiencing?
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Yes, I'm sure.
2600k boots perfectly at 58x.

@ Dom, sorry to hear that!
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That doesn't rule out the bug- it's a bug with Ivy Bridge

Interestingly..... that's not a bad idea, i'll point that out in the IB thread, with reference to you
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