No.I believe what they've done is swtched to a two jumper system.By this I mean on some boards you reset your bios by moving a bridge from pin 1 and 2 to pins 2 and 3,leaving it there for a few seconds(5-10),then move it back to pins 1 and 2.But on other boards they simply have 2 pins so when you need to reset your bios,you just bridge the two pins for a few seconds,then remove the bridge.I simply can't see what other reason they would have for doing it otherwise.As the boards do go through a rigirous testing program before being shipped out.
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