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Little indent next to Bios switch?


greatg

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Not quite sure what your question is. Unless this is on the K70 RGB.

 

https://delightlylinux.files.**************/2014/07/p1200913.jpg

 

The "Indent" next to the BIOS is a switch which allows you to change the keyboard's polling rate.

 

1 = 1000hz

2 = 500hz

4 = 250hz

8 = 125hz

 

Usually to clear a keyboard's memory, you would reflash the firmware as it will basically reset everything to default.

 

If this is the K70 RGB, then i'm not quite sure about that.

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Not quite sure what your question is. Unless this is on the K70 RGB.

 

https://delightlylinux.files.**************/2014/07/p1200913.jpg

 

The "Indent" next to the BIOS is a switch which allows you to change the keyboard's polling rate.

 

1 = 1000hz

2 = 500hz

4 = 250hz

8 = 125hz

 

Usually to clear a keyboard's memory, you would reflash the firmware as it will basically reset everything to default.

 

If this is the K70 RGB, then i'm not quite sure about that.

 

Yes, this is for the K70rgb

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Download the Manual! so much info in there for the K70. But I'll save you the time.

 

It's the Bios reset button. (Do not used unless instructed to do so by a Corsair)

 

I did get the manual and I did a search. Only 3 references to Bios and these only referred to the switch. Nothing about a reset or "warning"

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