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Wes
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Posted:4/15/2011 3:48:00 PM # 1
Bought a P8P67 Deluxe mobo from Newegg in march once the new Rev 3.0 mobo's were released. Just realized something today on AI suite II, it says under MOBO that it is Rev 1.xx. I'm confused, is my motherboard not a Rev 3.0 or is AI suite II just showing incorrect information? The box the MOBO came in said rev 3.0 all over it. Thanks guys.

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AlphaOne
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Posted:4/15/2011 4:46:00 PM # 2
You're fine.  No changes in the board per se, it's the chipset that was changed.

See this thread to check if it's a B3 board.
That's based on this (from Asus).

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Posted:4/15/2011 10:39:00 PM # 3
Your serial number should begin with "B2" and rhyme with woopty doo.

In the BIOS, you will see detected chipset as "B3 stepping."

If you run CPU-Z utility (which you should), click on MAINBOARD tab and on the Southbridge line you will see REV. "B3"

You can also log on to the Asus SATA verifier which will also confirm the revision.
http://event.asus.com/2011/mb/Identify_unaffected_SATA_port/

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Posted:4/16/2011 4:45:00 AM # 4

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Author: skytop Posted: 4/15/2011 10:39:00 PM

Your serial number should begin with "B2" and rhyme with woopty doo.



As early as late March, some replacement boards serial already starts with "B3".
Yeah, it's confusing more people.

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Posted:4/16/2011 5:55:00 AM # 5
O.K. "B3...Fiddle di Dee" I am getting the distinct unpalatable sensation that planned obsolescence is now figured in hours rather than in months.

When is the P9 mobo with i8 2800K octocore time dilation cpu scheduled for release? I know MS is already beta testing Windoze 8 and IE10. I can see Asus splash page for this mobo.."It only SEEMS to go faster!"

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Posted:4/16/2011 6:06:00 AM # 6
Nice work you got there. :)

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Posted:8/15/2011 8:58:00 AM # 7
Hello people! I have problem with indification of my new motherboard P8H61-M PRO REV.3.0! The sata verifer show this: http://img830.imageshack.us/img830/8554/87794381.jpg o_O But CPU-Z show as well B3 revision, and im EFI show as well B3! Is my board wich defekt or no? please answer me, i plan return this board and get new one! Bios i have latest!

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Posted:8/16/2011 8:39:00 AM # 8

@vota

You certainly have the B3 Revision.

The problem with the sata verifier, which I experienced some months ago, is that it

has problems with numerical zeros and O as character.

I remember that I had to use all kinds of combinations.

So, you don't have to return MoBo for this reason !

 

 

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Posted:8/18/2011 4:32:00 AM # 9

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Author: Yavi Posted: 8/16/2011 8:39:00 AM

@vota

You certainly have the B3 Revision.

The problem with the sata verifier, which I experienced some months ago, is that it

has problems with numerical zeros and O as character.

I remember that I had to use all kinds of combinations.

So, you don't have to return MoBo for this reason !

 

 

Thanks a lot for quick reply! I return the board, and take a normal ATX versoin of P8H61 PRO becouse in first board, was defekt wich DVI video out! So now i'm happy wich my new board! See screenshot all works perfectly! http://img821.imageshack.us/img821/4026/69287978.jpg The Asus sata verifer work wrong if you have im bios disabled SATAII!

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