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Originally Posted by gets View Post

By clear the CMOS, I assume you mean return the default setting and do a reboot and then try the OC again?
Bob G.

Your Gigabyte P67A-UD3 board has a CLR CMOS header with 2 pins located as shown (taken from your Motherboard's manual). First power down the PC. Than connect the 2 pins with the tip of a scredriver, or place a jumper onto the pins, then remove jumper or the screwdriver tip. There is no power going through the pins, so you wont damage anything. Just do not touch anything else on the board.


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