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the first one had really tiny v-core and QPI bumps and this one bumps them in big steps.. I OC'd too high when I first got this mobo and cleared the CMOS now my mobo is stuck using this second BIOS.. how do I go back to the old one with better features?

The mobo is an X58A UD3R
 

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one is the phoenix and the other is something else i believe. i just remember id take me like 20 seconds while holding down thr down arrow to get to 1.2v in the old bios and in this one the jumps are huge. and nope no flashes
 

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the bioses should be the same unless you somehow flashed one and not the other...

the point in the dual bioses is so that you can recover one from the other if one becomes corrupted during a bad flash.

^ This. ^ My board crashed pretty badly last fall and recovered with the dualbios. It's not something you do anything with, it auto-recovered when that major crash happened to me.
 

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i think the second BIOS just overwrites your original one if something goes wrong. You might have to reflash.
 
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