1-7 Onboard Buttons, Switches and LEDs
BIOS Switches and BIOS LED Indicators
2: Single BIOS
1: Dual BIOS
BIOS LED Indicators:
CPU/VGA/DRAM/BOOT (Status LEDs)
The status LEDs show whether the CPU, graphics card, memory, and operating system are working properly
normally; if the BOOT LED is on, that means you haven't entered the operating system yet.
CPU: CPU status LED
VGA: Graphics card status LED
DRAM: Memory status LED
BOOT: Operating system status LED
This motherboard has 3 quick buttons: power button, reset button and clear CMOS button. The power button
and reset button allow users to quickly turn on/off or reset the computer in an open-case environment when
they want to change hardware components or conduct hardware testing.
Use this button to clear the BIOS
PW_SW: Power Button
CMOS_SW: Clear CMOS Button
•Always turn off your computer and unplug the power cord from the power outlet before clearing
the CMOS values.
•NOTE: Do not use the clear CMOS button when the system is on, or the system may shutdown
and data loss or damage may occur.
The OC button helps enthusiasts and overclockers not only get the most performance from their hardware, but
also the absolute most enjoyable OC experience.
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