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post #21 of 38
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Be back in a moment.

Nope.

I see now that it's not downclocking at idle, either.
Edited by AblueXKRS - 4/9/11 at 1:22am
post #22 of 38
Wow. I have absolutely no idea what's wrong
post #23 of 38
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As far as I can tell... The BIOS is completely ignoring itself.

Screw it. Hopefully the replacement board will be more cooperative.
post #24 of 38
Indeed. Just a heads up, a lot of people weren't able to achieve their previous overclock when they switched to B3. They had to pump more voltage into it and what not.

So if you get your B3 board and it isn't stable at old settings don't worry.
post #25 of 38
Hmm - this exact same thing happened to me using 1305, but in my case it was when I was playing around with the OC tuner thing to see what it gave me. I left it on and it did exactly what you were describing...pretty sure this isn't your problem though
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Why do you ask him to pull the battery to clear the cmos? Don't you guys know boards come with a clear CMOS jumper? :/

It's right in the manual.
Higher end boards have a button instead of a jumper that must be set.
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Why do you ask him to pull the battery to clear the cmos? Don't you guys know boards come with a clear CMOS jumper? :/

It's right in the manual.
Higher end boards have a button instead of a jumper that must be set.
What does it matter, they all do the same thing.
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What does it matter, they all do the same thing.
Because it's much faster and easier to move a jumper block from normal to "Clear", then back, than it is to possibly break a battery clip by removing the battery? I've seen battery clips broken before by attempted removals. Never heard of anyone breaking jumper pins, though.

Plus, clearing the CMOS with the jumper clears everything (DMI, registers, etc), but keeps the system time and date (though on some boards, it will nuke the date, too). MUCH, much better than pulling a battery. And has always worked for me.
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Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
Because it's much faster and easier to move a jumper block from normal to "Clear", then back, than it is to possibly break a battery clip by removing the battery? I've seen battery clips broken before by attempted removals. Never heard of anyone breaking jumper pins, though.

Plus, clearing the CMOS with the jumper clears everything (DMI, registers, etc), but keeps the system time and date (though on some boards, it will nuke the date, too). MUCH, much better than pulling a battery. And has always worked for me.
He asked if you can clear the CMOS with the battery, I responded with a simple yes answer. Removing the battery clears the CMOS, and so does moving the jumper.

I'm sorry I made him waste a few more seconds?
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Monday - Friday
5:30am - 9pm PST

Saturday - Sunday
6am - 3pm PST

Support department is closed on most recognized holidays. And no, 2787 is an actual part of the phone number, sorry. It stands for ASUS on the telephone.

So the number realistically is 1-812-282-2787
SO I gave them a call, at 2:30PM (just got home)

Automated message: Our offices are now closed. Our office hours are 6AM to 9PM PST Monday - Friday, and 6AM - 3PM PST.

Lazy buggers.
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