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    Quote Originally Posted by CDreier View Post
    EDIT: I realize this is a technical forum, not a complaint site. But I've got to say this clock issue is becoming a real annoyance. It has repercussions in almost every aspect of my daily computing; time stamps on financial spreadsheets and programs, logbooks, verification of the time emails are sent and received, on and on. I trust this is THE thread to find out the latest on what's being done to fix the problem. By the way, I notice this thread began on August first of last year. There's been no resolution and we're now going into March! This is a concern. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fredericksburg View Post
    Time will tell whether or not it comes back like some here claim must happen. I am starting to wonder which BIOS version they are using. Maybe your theory explains why one user said a recent BIOS upgrade "broke" it again.
    Well, the theory is based on the fact that the motherboard uses a UEFI BIOS which is essentially an operating system, which is vastly more complex (code wise) then the low level BIOS that we're used to.

    It's not too surprising that early motherboards supporting UEFI are prone to problems, I imagine it will be a year or 2 before motherboard manufacturers become completely comfortable with the new system and develop methods of avoiding this kind of thing in the future.
    Last edited by Nicholas Steel; 03-04-2014 at 08:17 AM.
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    The fact this this issue is still ongoing....well, frankly.... it worries me. That's in addition to being frustrated, pissed off, stuck with an expensive sub operational system, and at a loss for a bunch of cash and time spent chasing the issue and reading page after page of the same issue, the same fix, and the same re-occurrences. Did I mention infuriating?

    My board isn't a Sabertooth or a RoG for that matter, but it boasts the same Z87 chipset, and a majority of the same features on Premium boards.
    Same issue as everyone else. Specs below.

    EDIT:
    FYI I posted here> http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...l=1#post379758 which is why I did not go into greater detail on THIS thread.
    Last edited by Triplexbeatz; 03-03-2014 at 11:29 PM.
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    System install September 2013

    Problem with clock started late January 2014.

    Symptom: system clock changes irrationally (usually a couple of hours). Date changes a couple of days.

    System:
    MB: Gryphon Z87
    CPU: 4770k (no OC)
    Mem: G.Skill Ares Low Profile 2x4Gb DDR 1866Mhz
    GPU: 6970

    CPU & GPU water cooled.

    Bios: 1504 (Date 10/03/2013) until 2014-02-20

    Loaded optimized default 2014-10-18, same problem.

    Updated bios: 1707 (Date 12/13/2013) 2014-02-21, 4 hours later clock shows approximately the same as after flashing.

    2014-02-21 22:00 noticed that the clock was stuck in bios (entered bios during startup). Did a 10 sec CMOS CLEAR (MB).
    This started the clock but it was of by about one our (how can the computer now the time and date after a CMOS CLEAR . Maybe the intel I217-V took set the time from a NSA time server (spooky..).

    2014-03-09 17 days and still working fine.

    I might get the problem back but at least I know what works for me... (10 sec CMOS CLEAR).

    2014-03-12 20 Days and still working fine.
    2014-04-04 35 Days and still working fine.
    2014-04-17 48 Days and still working fine.
    2014-05-11 79 Days and still working fine.
    2014-10-15 236 Days and the problem is back! Frozen Clock.

    I guess I will try the latest bios for my MB. Strange that there is no final solution for this yet!
    Last edited by kdk_warhead; 10-16-2014 at 05:58 AM.

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    My Z87 Pro motherboard developed an identical problem with the RTC after just under 3 months use.
    Whilst I could get it replaced/refunded by the retailer, the hassle of reworking my PC and uncertainty of whether this would just go wrong again on a replacement, means that I prefer to workaround this issue.
    I have done so successfully using the NTP service software on this site:-
    http://www.meinbergglobal.com/english/sw/ntp.htm
    You have to turn off the Windows internet time updates to get this to work properly but it's completely unobtrusive once set up.
    Overall this works better anyhow because my Windows clock is never out by more than a second now, except for the initial login screen.

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    My point on this issue already stated here

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    Hello
    My MB : Z87-Pro

    I have this problem I faced today was exactly I initially thought that the reason lies in the operating system until you ship the BIOS again with removing the battery for some time.
    Please for your consideration of this matter, I believe that I am not the only one who suffered from that problem
    Less management Must be issued a new update acres stability of Bios
    Last edited by M.Elglasi; 04-28-2014 at 11:56 PM.

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    Any fix at this point guys?
    It's becoming very frustrating...
    Thanks,
    Alex

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    Hello,

    Just pitching in here; I am having the exact same issue with my ROG Maximus VI Gene motherboard.
    After updating a few days ago from BIOS rev. 1302 to 1402 my RTC clock just froze.
    I haven't done any overclocking on the board sporting an Intel 4770K.

    I've written ASUS about this and will post here if they give me any useful advice/instructions.


    Any discoveries yet?

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    How long are we going to have to wait for a fix? This is really bad. A BIOS clock issue come on! This is motherboard 101, never in a million years would I have thought that an ASUS premium board would have this issue. I am currently recommending to all of our clients to avoid all ASUS motherboards because of this very fundamental issue. Please please please please please fix it!

    I have 3 boards with this issue in my shop and EVERY client system I built has this problem. I have tried EVERY fix in this thread, nothing works for more then a few days. Flashed BIOS, reset to factory, replaced batteries. NOTHING.

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