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Motherboard that auto starts after power failure

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3 minutes ago, mooli said:

heyo kind folks! does anyone know a good budget motherboard that has the auto restart after power loss feature in the bios? Thanks in advance!
 

could be for either amd or intel. 

Uhh... that's not something that's usually listed in technical specification lists... but I would guess most boards will support a similar feature under the power section within the BIOS. If you want, you can first choose the board, download the manual from the manufacturers' website and flip through it to see if its listed. 

heyo kind folks! does anyone know a good budget motherboard that has the auto restart after power loss feature in the bios? Thanks in advance!
 

could be for either amd or intel. 

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3 minutes ago, mooli said:

heyo kind folks! does anyone know a good budget motherboard that has the auto restart after power loss feature in the bios? Thanks in advance!
 

could be for either amd or intel. 

Uhh... that's not something that's usually listed in technical specification lists... but I would guess most boards will support a similar feature under the power section within the BIOS. If you want, you can first choose the board, download the manual from the manufacturers' website and flip through it to see if its listed. 

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3 minutes ago, mooli said:

heyo kind folks! does anyone know a good budget motherboard that has the auto restart after power loss feature in the bios? Thanks in advance!

That's just a BIOS-setting.

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Just now, WereCatf said:

That's just a BIOS-setting.

newbie here so i didnt know that. So any modern motherboard is ganna have that feature?

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1 minute ago, mooli said:

newbie here so i didnt know that. So any modern motherboard is ganna have that feature?

I obviously have not checked every mobo out there, but I have not seen any modern mobo without that feature, so....

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4 minutes ago, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

Uhh... that's not something that's usually listed in technical specification lists... but I would guess most boards will support a similar feature under the power section within the BIOS. If you want, you can first choose the board, download the manual from the manufacturers' website and flip through it to see if its listed. 

thanks!

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Just now, WereCatf said:

I obviously have not checked every mobo out there, but I have not seen any modern mobo without that feature, so....

thanks brother! appreciated it!

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Same, have that option in all my machines. Don't have any budget mobos though so don't know if it's something they sometimes remove on those. 

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