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Driver 7

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#1
I just discoveredthis like 10 min ago. And I just finished ordering kits for my mobo's. Anyone who overclocks should have one of there as a backup. I cant believe nobody came out with this sooner. There cheep to.
 
#2
Been using one for the last 2 years m8 :p
From Eksitdata too...spooky.

They're an excellent buy, perfect for trying out beta BIOS flashes :D
It can also save you if you are unfortunate enough to corrupt your BIOS or it be hit with a virus.

Check out the IOSS site though.
They make some awesome IDE cables. RD3 Gladiator; pure genius.
 
#3
Been using RD1 BIOS Savior and RD2 Pro PCI Geiger for about two years. Am able to hack BIOS without worry. Excellent products.:)

SnookBooger Five Star rating *****
 
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Driver 7

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#4
Really??? Funny I have never come across it before. I have had to hotflash my Bio's twice. It sure would have come in handy.
 
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Comptech

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#5
And people say Gigabytes dual bios is useless! Looks like the same thing that that my board incorporates, but not piggybacked, two bios chips installed from the factory.
 
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Originally posted by Comptech
And people say Gigabytes dual bios is useless! Looks like the same thing that that my board incorporates, but not piggybacked, two bios chips installed from the factory.
It's exactly the same principle.
You just switch CMOS chips using a switch that sits in a riser on the rear of the PC rather than a jumper.
I believe Gigabyte were 1st to incorporate this feature.
They really hit onto something there. Pity more manufacturers never followed their lead.
 

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