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A very easy way to flash the eVGA 680i is to burn the bios file (usually a .bin file) onto a CD. Just the bin file. Nothing more. Then when the computer is booting up, hit ALT+F2 (if you time it right, just once, if not, then you will be hitting this combination repeatedly). And voila!! The bios has been thoroughly flashed.

Of course several things to remember:

1. Always load defaults before flashing (for the overclockers out there).

2. After flashing, power down the entire computer, including the power supply. I clear my CMOS as well, but I am not sure that you have to.

I hope this helps. It is the simplest way to flash that I have ever used and no need for a floppy.
 

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Thanks, would I need to do that though? I have the A1 edition.
 

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depends on what version of the bios comes on it, they just released the P30 bios on...Monday I think?
 

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