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  1. Looks like EVGA did it again. When I checked the site the 2070 KO was in stock, but no 2080 KO 2070 Super KO https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=08G-P4-2072-KR 2080 Super KO https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=08G-P4-2083-KR
  2. How about a mouse with a built in heart monitor. The Naos QG from Mionix comes with a built in heat monitor and overlay to show your heart rate during gaming. https://mionix.io/naos-qg Product on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LXB7BL6?th=1
  3. Source: http://www.tomshardware.com/news/retailer-leaks-coffee-lake-cpus,36551.htm The new CPU's are I5-8600 I5-8500 I3-8300 So what will happen to the I5-8400 released last year? maybe go to the discount shelf? Screenshots in article appear to be from Provantage
  4. You have a bad mainboard. Normally a CMOS should last +5 years. The CMOS battery is supposed to be a "backup" when your power supply is disconnected from the wall. The +5v on the mainboard supplys power for the clock/settings. When you loose the clock settings that means there is a short in the mainboard that is draining the +5v and probably the battery.
  5. Couple things to try Clear the CMOS with the button on the mainboard. Switch BIOS's to the backup BIOS. Test bare board, only have only your display plugged in, remove all hard drives, SSD's, USB devices, DVD's, etc. Then see if your boot time is any faster. http://download.gigabyte.us/FileList/Manual/mb_manual_ga-z170x-gaming-g1_e.pdf
  6. I know you tried the CMOS battery but you might try the BIOS reset jumper. For a MSI it should be called JBAT1.
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