Updating bios xfx 680i lt

You know, the budget where everything in the world goes up but your wages. can't keep the kids locked up in that little root cellar in the neighbors yard forever.OS win7 ultimate x64 CPU Intel Core2 Duo E8400 @ 3.0 Motherboard NVIDIA n Force 680i SLI Memory 4gb corsair 6400 ddr2 Graphics Card Palit GTX260 Sonic 216 SP Sound Card sb audigy 24bit Monitor(s) Displays i-inc 19" lcd Screen Resolution 1440x900 Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Built OS Windows 8.1 Pro x64 CPU Intel Core i7 4790k Motherboard MSI Z97S Krait Edition Memory 8GB Corsair Dominator 1600MHz Graphics Card MSI Twin Frozr Ge Force GTX770 Sound Card ASUS Xonar DX/XD 7.1 Monitor(s) Displays Dell 24" S2409W Dell 20" E207WFP Screen Resolution 1920x1080 1680x1050 Keyboard Logitech G510S Keyboard Mouse Logitech G500S Laser Mouse PSU Corsair HX850 modular Case Fractal Design Define R4 Cooling Corsair H60 w/ twin Corsair SP120 fans Hard Drives 1x 120GB OCZ Agility 3, 1x 750GB Western Digital Caviar Black, 1x 1TB Western Digital Caviar Blue Internet Speed 40Mbps Antivirus Microsoft Security Essentials Browser Google Chrome Other Info LG Blu-Ray player What type of incorrect readings do you mean?Since many people have inquired about how to flash an EVGA 680i Bios without a floppy, here you go (this also applies to 650i chipsets): Download the file from the EVGA website. Restart the computer and when it posts go into the BIOS and load defaults. During POST, press "ALT-F2" (repeatedly or if timed correctly, once).Extract the bios file (ie, P30.bin) from this iso file. At this point the AWARD Bios Flash utility will be flashing your BIOS.If you go to register on there and register your motherboard, you should be able to look at the support files and download any of the latest BIOS updates.Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Built OS Windows 8.1 Pro x64 CPU Intel Core i7 4790k Motherboard MSI Z97S Krait Edition Memory 8GB Corsair Dominator 1600MHz Graphics Card MSI Twin Frozr Ge Force GTX770 Sound Card ASUS Xonar DX/XD 7.1 Monitor(s) Displays Dell 24" S2409W Dell 20" E207WFP Screen Resolution 1920x1080 1680x1050 Keyboard Logitech G510S Keyboard Mouse Logitech G500S Laser Mouse PSU Corsair HX850 modular Case Fractal Design Define R4 Cooling Corsair H60 w/ twin Corsair SP120 fans Hard Drives 1x 120GB OCZ Agility 3, 1x 750GB Western Digital Caviar Black, 1x 1TB Western Digital Caviar Blue Internet Speed 40Mbps Antivirus Microsoft Security Essentials Browser Google Chrome Other Info LG Blu-Ray player I know its a little dated but working fine, I am going from my E4500 to an E8400 core2duo don't believe I can go to quad. I'm just doing some wanted upgrading like mem/vid/cpu/power..to keep up with some of the newer software and games coming out and I'm on a budget.Will this require a flash of the bios and if so could you link me to the correct tutorial for an XFX Nforce 680i Lt Sli mobo? OS win7 ultimate x64 CPU Intel Core2 Duo E8400 @ 3.0 Motherboard NVIDIA n Force 680i SLI Memory 4gb corsair 6400 ddr2 Graphics Card Palit GTX260 Sonic 216 SP Sound Card sb audigy 24bit Monitor(s) Displays i-inc 19" lcd Screen Resolution 1440x900 What are you upgrading to?If you have the latest BIOS then you should be okay, but if you're going to a quad core, then you might need to do a BIOS update as the 680i is quite a few years old now, so might not recognise newer quads.

(Use ONLY the above version, DO NOT use any previous version of NVIDIA Update Center.) Once Update Center opens, Check the box “Clear CMOS†and then hit apply at the bottom right hand corner Now select browse and locate NF68_P30Select load bios After update center finishes, completely shutdown your system Once the system is off, unplug your PSU and press the power button on the front of your case.

I also have Nero 9, if there is a good way to do it from there.

I submitted a trouble ticket to XFX, but god knows what that will get answered, so I thought I would try here since most of my questions get answered here.

Hello everyone, I have a question I do not know if it has been answered anywhere so I will ask if it has to please redirect me to the correct link.

I am going to be doing an upgrade on my pc and during this upgrade I am changing out my CPU. I don't know for sure if this is required but I am running Win7 X64 Ultimate on a core2duo.

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