BIOS corruption during overclocking is quite normal. Usually a reflash will fix things.
Also owners of the XP941/SM951 are encouraged not to move their BCLK.
Sorry, Chino, but I'm kind of new at this. Can you explain this to me? I just use the Asus application to overclock my cpu to 4.2. It rebooted and seemed to work well. I also manually changed the timing of my memory to 2666 instead of 2133 since my memory was listed at the faster speed. The machine rebooted and it looks like these settings are ok. Once my computer just crashed on it's own and the other time was while I was doing a reboot. This is when my BIOS got messed up. When this happens it also breaks my raid 0 that I use to store a bunch of games. Any advice would be great! Thanks.
Nice find! I have a wireless Logitech F710 usb controller. I'm keeping my eye on that. I did notice that before a system restore when I went to device manager it would keep refreshing about every second like it found something new. When I unplugged my usb hub, that would stop.