CPU Over voltage error after updating BIOS.

Hey guy, this is my first post on this site. So I have a problem with my motherboard. Let me tell you the story of how this problem came about. Today I updated the BIOS on my Asus P8P67-M to the latest version. Everything seemed to have went smoothly, or so i thought.... When rebooting my computer I was shown a message telling me that there is a CPU Over voltage error and CPU temperature error. I was prompted to press F1 to enter setup and so I did. When I got into the BIOS the CPU temperature and voltage monitors were fluctuating off the charts to seemingly random values. For example it would say that one second my CPU was at 120C then -22C the next. I then thought to myself that this must be a bug. So I used the boot menu to boot into windows and once in the OS I used Speccy to make sure that my temperatures were all fine and to no surprise they were all normal. So I would like to ask how do I fix this problem as it is quite annoying to have to boot into the OS throught BIOS every time I want to use the computer. Thanks in advance! :)
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    I'd personally execute against the wall guys who made these bioses. My 4790K suffered from GA mobo, and also from Asus mobo the same lot.

    You need to disable all of the OC features in Your BiOS/UEFi. Set all the CPU-concerning features not to "auto" but to "default". That would help.

    I was solving the same issue here some time ago, nearly ran me crazy. Also turn off all OC profiles.
  2. flash the bios again, if you're still having issues, flash it back to an older version.
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