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So I pressed "MemOK!" and let the motherboard run all the tests and then everything worked, finally.

Subsequently, in my excitement, I attempted an overclock with the stock cooler.. big mistake. After a reboot the mobo complained about the CPU temp being too high (87°) but before I could do anything it locked up.

I then attempted to reset the system and undo everything, but the motherboard didn't POST anymore . The VGA LED lit up as if there was a problem with the video card and nothing appeared on the screen. The status code was "79". I tried installing a different GPU but the problem persisted.

Finally I tried clearing CMOS and removing the battery but to no avail..
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Added a new Signature variant

The Official ASUS P8P67/P8Z68-V Series/PRO Owners Club
Edited by turrican9 - 6/30/11 at 4:33am
    
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So I pressed "MemOK!" and let the motherboard run all the tests and then everything worked, finally.

Subsequently, in my excitement, I attempted an overclock with the stock cooler.. big mistake. After a reboot the mobo complained about the CPU temp being too high (87°) but before I could do anything it locked up.

I then attempted to reset the system and undo everything, but the motherboard didn't POST anymore . The VGA LED lit up as if there was a problem with the video card and nothing appeared on the screen. The status code was "79". I tried installing a different GPU but the problem persisted.

Finally I tried clearing CMOS and removing the battery but to no avail..
You positive the cpu led isn't on?
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You positive the cpu led isn't on?
As positive as one can be. Though it's not like it would make me feel any better..
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Subsequently, in my excitement, I attempted an overclock with the stock cooler.. big mistake. After a reboot the mobo complained about the CPU temp being too high (87°) but before I could do anything it locked up.
Did you overclock slowly and work your way up or did you just dive right in and try to overclock between 4.5-5Ghz????

That stock heatsink is useless my friend!! you need a third party cooler.

Im wondering wether you have pumped to much voltage through your Processor and killed it. Doesn't take much!.It would be worth while taking your CPU out the socket and checking it for burn marks. That VGA light could be lit because there is no attempt from the motherboard to POST at all due to the chip being dead. But you would expect the CPU light to be lit in this case? but I would check it anways just to be sure.

In your case I would start over from scratch and disassemble the whole PC. Build it again with just the barebones being Mainboard,CPU,GPU,RAM and PSU. Do not bother with all the SATA,IDE connection bla bla bla.

Your not having any luck with your Deluxe at all are you....

Also are there any BEEPS when you turn the power on??

And another thing. Try that GPU in a different PCI-E slot on the mainboard.
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Hello Overclockers!

Kinda new here hehe, altough I've been watching these forums for some time.
Anyhow, I just wanted to join the club with my new pc.
It's brand new, just 1 day old, running stock as I didn't had the time to fix things, might as well try this weekend and post some results as well.

Greetings,


Edited by Boefje - 6/30/11 at 10:56am
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Hello Overclockers!

Kinda new here hehe, altough I've been watching these forums for some time.
Anyhow, I just wanted to join the club with my new pc.
It's brand new, just 1 day old, running stock as I didn't had the time to fix things, might as well try this weekend and post some results as well.

Greetings,

Welcome to the Club I've added you.

As for signature, I would suggest this new one for you
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Did you overclock slowly and work your way up or did you just dive right in and try to overclock between 4.5-5Ghz????

That stock heatsink is useless my friend!! you need a third party cooler.

Im wondering wether you have pumped to much voltage through your Processor and killed it. Doesn't take much!.It would be worth while taking your CPU out the socket and checking it for burn marks. That VGA light could be lit because there is no attempt from the motherboard to POST at all due to the chip being dead. But you would expect the CPU light to be lit in this case? but I would check it anways just to be sure.

In your case I would start over from scratch and disassemble the whole PC. Build it again with just the barebones being Mainboard,CPU,GPU,RAM and PSU. Do not bother with all the SATA,IDE connection bla bla bla.

Your not having any luck with your Deluxe at all are you....

Also are there any BEEPS when you turn the power on??

And another thing. Try that GPU in a different PCI-E slot on the mainboard.
Yeah I did the most foolish thing possible, I attempted to dive right in and do an OC in the 4.5-5GHz range..
I did not overvolt it though, I followed the ASUS guide from their forums and left everything to "auto" except for the multi and DIGI+ VRM, which is why I'm thinking the CPU died because of the mobo's overvoltage bug! There are no apparent burn marks though.

Anyway the PC was already "barebones", I don't even have a case yet. The only "extra" I had connected was an SSD with the OS.

No beeps from the speaker. And yes I tried the GPU in every possible slot. Actually I tried with 2 differend GPUs!

Man this really sucks, I have no friend with a 1155 rig to help me on this
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Welcome to the Club I've added you.

As for signature, I would suggest this new one for you
The Official ASUS P8P67/P8Z68-V Series/PRO Owners Club
Thanks very much!
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Thanks very much!
Also added a link to your system picture, behind your OCN name in the members list.

btw: two more Clubs for you to join

**The Official CORSAIR VENGEANCE Owners Club**

The Intel Core i5-2500K/AMD Buttkickers Owners Club
Edited by turrican9 - 6/30/11 at 11:12am
    
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