On page 22 of chapter 2 "2-22" of the User's Manual is info about the "Clear CMOS Jumper: JBAT1".
<< A battery must be used to retain the mainboard config in CMOS RAM. Short 1-2 pins of JBAT1 to store the CMOS data. >>
A graphic follows that shows the mainboard taller than wide with the cpu socket up top. Another graphic shows the pins stacked with the top pin numbered as 3 and the bottom pin numbered as 1.
Then a warning box states:
<< You can clear CMOS by shorting 2-3 pin, while the system is off. Then, return to 1-2 pin position. Avoid clearing the CMOS while the system is on, it will damage the mainboard. Always unplug the power cord from the wall socket. >>
This must be a typo, because my Turbo comes with the top two jumpers connected. That, according to the manual, would be jumpers 2-3, which in the manual is the "Clear Data" state.
If I unplug the power and enter the "Keep Data" (pins 1-2) state and plug in and try to power up, absolutely nothing happens.
This is the first pc I'm attempting to build from scratch and I'm wondering if this motherboard is a mistake.
Note: The manual may be online.