Can I downgrade the BIOS?

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  1. 91LudeSiT

    91LudeSiT Master Guru

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    When I flashed to the P30 bios on my 680I, I lost my stable OC of 3.288ghz. Is it possible for me to flash back to P28 to regain my OC?
     
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    i dont see why not, just make sure you reset your Cmos AFTER flashing.
     
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    I've never had to downgrade before, should it just flash normally right back?
     
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    i upgraded to the Asrock 2.2 bios and like yourself i couldnt get my normal overclock, so i went back to 1.6 and all was well.

    if you cant do it, it wont let you simple as that, so you have nothing to lose mate.
     

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    Downgraded sucessfully, but I still can't regain my stable OC. I am stuck at 3.208. I don't know what the hell is going on. It was orthos Stable for 12 hours before, not it won't go an hour before it freezes.
     
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    ok, have you reset your bios, i mean moved the cmos jumper over?
     
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    nah I just loaded the defaults and rebooted like EVGA said to do
     
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    Then find the jumper and clear the cmos, itll take you 10secs to do, and then you might cure your OC'ing problem.
     

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