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    Quote Originally Posted by DrFPS View Post
    Maximus VI HERO users:

    The above information does correct the clock issue. Its been 12hrs, I'm putting the board through it paces. It seems to be fixed **YEA
    which above information are you referring to exactly?
    I recently bought a maximus vi and having problems with the clock...

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    Is the Sabertooth motherboard recieving a BIOS update to this issue? The v2004 BIOS update listed on the ASUS website that was released in June only mentions:

    SABERTOOTH Z87 BIOS 2004 and BIOS updater
    Improve System performance

    *Note: Must apply the attached BIOS updater tool first before using the new Intel 4th Gen Core processors.
    Note: I am specifically asking about the first version of the motherboard, not the MKI or MKII.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas Steel View Post
    Is the Sabertooth motherboard recieving a BIOS update to this issue? The v2004 BIOS update listed on the ASUS website that was released in June only mentions:


    Note: I am specifically asking about the first version of the motherboard, not the MKI or MKII.
    I applied the update to my Sabertooth Z87 several weeks ago. Knock on wood, but up to this point I've not had any issue with the clock.

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    Hello!

    I really don't know where else to turn since I have a month old asus z97-A motherboard with the clock issue. New boards, so there doesn't seem to be much written about them so far.

    From what I gathered there's no need for opening the case and reseting the clock etc? Just flash bios and voila? Is it possible that the latest bios could fix the same issue for my z97-A?

    edit: Forgot to ask if "standby cmos reset" is still needed after flashing? And isn't this dangerous for me/frying the board, since I'd be touching the cap/pins while there is some current stil flowing in the motherboard? Do I need to ground myself or at least connect the antistatic bracelet to the case? Also while the pc is turned off but still plugged in I see no red light, only the green "pwr_led" one. Is that the same one as the red in z87 boards?

    Sorry for all the questions, I just don't want to accidentally bust the board.

    Thanks in advance!
    iced

    edit: Flashed bios to version 1205 and clock started ticking without performing the standby cmos reset. Of course this is on default settings. Will try with xmp and ram on 1600.
    Last edited by deWiced; 07-20-2014 at 07:44 PM.

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    Nothing suggested so far has been a permanent fix. I have a least 8 builds stacked up waiting .... if not fixed by the time the M7F drops, I'm gonna reconfigure the builds with alternate board selections. Was really looking forward to FanXpert3 and the extra PWM Headers but w/ no fix will figure something else out.
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    Hi!

    I have also got a Z87 PRO V edition and I'm facing the RTC stop issue, too. Is there any certain solution yet? or when will be released the bios updates solving this issue?

    Any news?

    Thanks!

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    I have had nothing but issues with this motherboard - my clock has gone crazy also....

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    Hi, I'm new to this thread.

    I've just built a Z97-a PC, and the clock stopped after about a week.

    Updating to the newest BIOS: clock still in stop.

    Cleared the CMOS while power totally off: clock restarted.

    Looks like I'll need to keep an eye on this...

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    Hello Raja!

    I have the problem where my clock doesnt work properly. And you mentioned something about a CMOS- reset and something else. I have no idea how to do these things!
    Can you please specify how to? This started yesterday.

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    Figgah:

    There were two solutions to this problem, neither of which appears to be permanent:

    1. The Clear CMOS method will unfreeze the clock but it is a temporary fix. Described here:

    http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...n-UEFI-The-Fix

    2. The 2nd method was via a BIOS upgarde which is described here (post 134):

    http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...l=1#post408653

    Last I checked however, no BIOS has ever been released with the announced "RTC Stop Error Cured" annotated in the description.... there were BIOSs released the next day but they allowed you to put Devils Canon CPUs in Z87 boards....no mention of fixing the RTC Stop Error.

    I have since asked Asus over a dozen times including 5 times with the Asus Loyalty Team and they just refuse to answer the question as to whether that BIOS release included a fix for this problem. The only response is an offer to RMA the board. Ever call or e-mail response I have gotten is that they were unaware of the issue until I brought it to their attention.
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