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Booting problem

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I have the Gigabyte P67 UD7 motherboard and it seems like every single time I try raising something in my bios settings such as clockspeed my motherboard will try to post again but then turn off and attempt to post again, but with no avail. It then tries again and again to post, turning off and on and tends to get stuck at the error code 26 on the leds on my motherboard.

From the motherboard manual:
26h
1. If Early_Init_Onboard_Generator is not defined Onboard clock generator initialization. Disable respective clock resource to empty PCI & DIMM slots
2. Init onboard PWM
3. Init onboard H/W monitor devices.

Now, I have no idea what this means and even when I remove the battery to clear the cmos and also use the clear cmos button my motherboard it doesn't do anything. It isn't until usually twenty minutes of trying to clear the cmos again and again with the button and removing the battery does it end up working.

This time, it was caused from me raising the Ram speeds (1333 to the 1600 it's supposed to be).

does anyone know what this could be? it's become extremely annoying when overclocking since I would put down settings that should be at least stable enough to boot into the operating system (as those settings have worked before) and then it ends up not working.
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Did your motherboard come with a manual or pdf? Sounds like a bios update might be your best bet.

Aren't 2600k's unlocked?
Why not just find stable ram settings and turn the multi up?
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