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I have tried everything I can't get those settings to come back I'm missing turbo ratio , Internal PPL Over voltage and many others. I'm stumped
I'm running windows 8 but that shouldn't make no difference.
post #1362 of 7032
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Did you do what I suggested? Also did you try a hard CMOS clear with the jumpers?
Yes, I restated unplugged my SSD and flashed bios 1616 then flashed 1708, after that I plugged in the SSD.
post #1363 of 7032
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

Did you do what I suggested? Also did you try a hard CMOS clear with the jumpers?
Yes, I cleared the CMOS.
post #1364 of 7032
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Originally Posted by Ghostrider5666 View Post

Yes, I cleared the CMOS.

But you said you do get all the options on 1616? If so then just use that, the only difference between the two BIOSes is added CPU support for a couple of i3's and Xeons that havent been released for retail yet.
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But you said you do get all the options on 1616? If so then just use that, the only difference between the two BIOSes is added CPU support for a couple of i3's and Xeons that havent been released for retail yet.
I flashed back to 1616 and it was the same thing. Should I try 0406? 0406 was stock bio
post #1366 of 7032
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I flashed back to 1616 and it was the same thing. Should I try 0406? 0406 was stock bio

You could try it, but this is looking like RMA...
post #1367 of 7032
I think I'm not clearing the CMOS right shouldn't my time be reset?
post #1368 of 7032
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I think I'm not clearing the CMOS right shouldn't my time be reset?

While the computer is off move the CMOS jumper over to pin 2-3 instead of 1-2 which is default. Wait a few seconds then switch it back to default and your CMOS should be completely clear. When you turn the computer on it should make you enter setup to configure everything..
post #1369 of 7032
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

While the computer is off move the CMOS jumper over to pin 2-3 instead of 1-2 which is default. Wait a few seconds then switch it back to default and your CMOS should be completely clear. When you turn the computer on it should make you enter setup to configure everything..
I have noticed when It shuts down it takes a few seconds to shut off.
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thanks for the guide very informative!
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
3570k Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe  AMD Radeon HD Myst 7870 Tahiti Accelero Twin Turbo II 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveMonitor
16GB Corsair 1600  Samsung 840pro Samsung 500 GB 2.5" 7200 HDD Asus VG236h 120hz  
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Corsair K90 Corsair 500w Bitfenix Prodigy  Logitech G9x 
Mouse PadAudio
Rocketfish Hard dual sided Creative 2.1 speakers/Razer Megalodon/Charasis  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
I5 2500k Asus P8Z68-lx XFX 685X Pny 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
Wd caviar black FAALS Wd caviar blue  Ocz agility 2 Ssd Asus dvd burner 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
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PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
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