[quotemsg=19739902,0,2481373]I just returned this motherboard to Amazon. The design is awful in person, the BIOS outdated... and good luck trying to clear CMOS or updating the BIOS. And MSI support... well, you know... clear the CMOS with a paper clip (LOL) and update the BIOS. Really? Paired with Ryzen 7 1700, G.skill Frare X 16GB RAM, GeForce GTX 1080, EVGA 850w PS, Samsung 4k curved monitor. All the debug lights showing proper installation, it never booted after trying BIOS update. BTW, the price is higher than $149 at Amazon.[/quotemsg]
You clear cmos with a jumper (or a screwdriver, or a paperclip or anything that's metal. Use a frying Pan if you like) as every board since 1990.
For flashing BIOS you download the BIOS from the msi Homepage, unzip it, copy it to a usb stick, Boot to BIOS, choose flash BIOS Option in the advanced Menü (very top middle of the screen, click "ez mode" to change to advanced), choose file, that's it. Your outdated BIOS is because it has been in Stock for several Weeks by now.
I don't See any problems