So I have a gigabyte ga-p35-ds3p board with F10 bios on it. It had been running about 2 days without issue with a slight overclock. I just went to restart it, the splash screen appeared, then the computer restarted itself. Upon showing the splash screen again, it froze. I tried clearing the BIOS (via the clear CMOS pins and by removing the battery), but both did nothing. So, I figured I might as well leave it on the splash screen to see if anything happens. After about five minutes, the screen changes to say CMOS Checksum error (or something along those lines) with the ability to choose different configurations of last known good boots. I chose default just to be safe. Upon choosing this, my computer restarted itself as expected, then again froze at the splash screen. Waited about 5 minutes, then the computer booted up as normal. Checking CPU-Z, everything is back to default as it should be. I was wondering why my board did this as it is the first time. Everest reports a BIOS battery voltage of 3.25V. Do you guys think that these are signs that my board is going to die soon and I should send it in, or wait it out and see what happens. I'm gonna try restart my computer right now to see if it does it again or not.