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One general question regarding this issue: if you overclock the I7-2600k to 4,5 Ghz without increasing the CPU voltage (currently on my system 1,182 or similar) - can this result in the matter that the pc won´t boot? Is the fact that a pc doesn´t boot while overclocking a symptom of too low voltage?

This seems to me like it could be the issue, considering I think my problem was a voltage one as well, and angrysasquatch said he fixed his by upping the voltage. I can't say for sure because I have an AMD and I'm not too familiar with intel, but my voltage on my 4.0GHz OC is 1.4. I would say look around and try and see what voltages other people are running their sandy bridge chips at to get a good idea.
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Low volts. Same thing happened to me and was gone when I either decreased my overclock a tad, or bumped up voltage a tad.
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post #13 of 19
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Hi guys,

I was overclocking my cpu in the AI Tweaker (simply removing "Auto" and using the multiplicator of 43...so the resulting frequency is 4425 MHZ). The computer runs fine (without crashes or instabilities), but sometimes when booting the computer up it brings an error message "overclocking failed - press F1". I enter subsequently the Bios, simply save and restart and it works. What might be the reason for that?

greetings lead
I'd go in the bios and F5 and exit!
Go back in and hit the overclock button, and let it boot into windows.
Re-boot and go back in the bios, go advanced, then where you changed to manual. Try X.M.P. then F10 and boot into windows

And see how that goes

I do just this, and have no problems at all

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post #14 of 19
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What exactly means XMP?
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post #15 of 19
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What exactly means XMP?
Extreme Memory Profile
But maybe your Ram doesn't support it

My list says, auto, manual, or XMP
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I am not sure - I never tried XMP (and I can´t remember having seen it). But what does it exactly do?
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This is why i hate ASUS when it comes to motherboards i've had nothing but problems with them for last 5 yrs. Every ASUS board i've owned has sucked. IMO buy yourself a quality motherboard from gigabyte or evga.

24 phase power exrteme VRM Gigabyte GA-P67-UD7-B3 5ghz rock solid atm.
Edited by Rucka315 - 4/30/11 at 1:33am
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I understand - but what do you mean by problems? Were they outright broken or were these minor problems that could be fixed via bios etc.?
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I am not sure - I never tried XMP (and I can´t remember having seen it). But what does it exactly do?
It loads up the settings for your Ram
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