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04-17-2023 04:39 AM
Hello 🙃 same issue here
Any luck finding anything? I have an R6E and as I'm doing some major maintenance I figured I'd replace the CMOS since it's been over 5 years. My computer has spent many many months unpowered, and has been acting a bit funny on boot and having more crashes & stability issues lately (which is saying something).
I found this site that sells CR 2032s with pos/neg molex connector on it, no idea if it would work or if it's any good? ; https://www.xump.com/science/CR2032-CMOS-Molex-51021-0200-B.cfm
Is the battery in the board literally just a standard CR2032 with wires soldered onto a molex connector? Worst comes to worst I could just do that to a new regular CR2032 if that's possible I suppose. Any assistance, advice, help, or anything else would be great 🙂
04-18-2023 12:32 PM
I had used this one with a customer who has the same computer https://rometechbatteries.com/rtc-cmos-battery-for-asus-rampage-vi-extreme-motherboard/ .
a month ago
This was a massive help! Picked up a few since they're so hard to find. Hope it works, they seem to be a perfect replacement.
Greatly appreciated, thank you very, very much 🙂🙃🙂
04-26-2023 02:09 AM
Buy the new CR2032 battery for your RIG.
De-assemble your R6E ROG ARMOUR and it backplate first.
Do not forget remove ROG LED backplate before continue.
Lift up R6E ROG ARMOUR carefully. Then you'll find the CMOS battery placement. Carefully remove it then swap the new one.
Make sure your new CR2032 sealed before re-assemble your RIG.
Power on your rig then enjoy.
Setup BIOS once , setting the correct date and time , setting your overclock profile. Enjoy.