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    Hi guys. I tried to OC my i5 3570k with Asrock Z77 pro3 but failed. After clearing CMOS, some bios options missing, such as Onboard Graphic at North Bridge page, CPU OC ratios is fixed maximum at 38 and maybe more. I am trying to flash bios several times, but no luck... Please give me some helps. I would be grateful!

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    Default Re: Need helps! Z77 bios options missing

    What version of the BIOS are you trying to flash, and which method are you using to flash the BIOS?

    Is this a new build, or has the PC been used for a while?

    How are you doing the OC, with built in OC settings or your own?

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    Default Re: Need helps! Z77 bios options missing

    Quote Originally Posted by parsec View Post
    What version of the BIOS are you trying to flash, and which method are you using to flash the BIOS?

    Is this a new build, or has the PC been used for a while?

    How are you doing the OC, with built in OC settings or your own?
    It was 2.1 ver bios and I tried to flash 2.1 no luck, also back to 1.8, 1.9 even 1.0 still no luck. I used auto win flash provided by Official Asrock website and also Instant flash in bios mode as well. It was a perfect build running for a long time till I tried to OC for better game perfermance. When the first time I was doing fine with OC at 4.4Ghz by using perload bios settings, but later I've realized the temp is litter higher than I expect. So I thought maybe the voltage is way to high. After that, I tried to doing OC manually. The only different settings between them is that I set CPU offset mode with -0.05v. After restarting it, I got freeze screen when bios is loading. Therefore, I choose to clear CMOS. After that, it reboot fine but only leave this annoying problem behind.

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    Try removing the board's battery, and move the BIOS jumper to the clear position. Let it sit like that for an hour or so. Then put back battery and move BIOS jumper to normal position. Go into the BIOS and do the Load UEFI Defaults a few times. Save and exit, and see what you get.

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    And if after sitting for an hour doesn't remedy it, pull the power from the wall/psu and both the 24pin and 4/8pin power cables from the board, pull the CMOS battery, jumper to clear, leaving it like this for 24hrs.
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    Default Re: Need helps! Z77 bios options missing

    Yes I must say I always like removing the power cable from the psu or wall outlet, as that allows you to press the computer power button to discharge all the circuits, then when you do clear cmos there shouln't be any voltage laying about, or very little ...
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