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MacOS and BIOS clock are not matching... 4 hours difference...

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Gigabyte H310M M.2 Rev. 1.0
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Pentium Gold G5400
Graphics
NVIDIA GT 710
I installed macOS Catalina last Tuesday, a 100% vanilla installation, so the system is very stable, didn't have any problem so far, except for the clock, that is not matching my BIOS clock. MacOS will always be +4 hours compared to the BIOS, and when I boot to Windows, it uses the BIOS clock, so a dual boot will require a manual time setup at every boot...

I've been using an iMac for a very long time so I don't know if it has become a standard for DVI to send sound signal, but mine is doing it, I have an HDMI to DVI adapter which I'm using with my monitor and its headphone jack works, that's how good my setup is right now... if it means something... xD

I saw a few threads related to the clock but they don't seem to be the same problem as I'm having here.

My motherboard: Gigabyte H310M M.2 Rev. 1 - BIOS ver. f12.
CPU: Pentium G5400 - iGPU disabled.
GPU: NVIDIA GT 710
 

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