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How would I know if I messed up the mobo? Would it even boot to BIOS?
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post #22 of 49
ok..it's dangerous to overclock that cpu on that board..umm..might just be the bootloader fix..http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windo...windows-vista/ or..the board could be borked
 
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post #23 of 49
You'd be looking at massive instability if it boots at all. I suspect the motherboard is collapsing under the strain of overclocking a Thuban.
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post #24 of 49
I can tell you the CPU is working if the system will even POST BUT based on things like how much voltage you were giving it while it was trying to boot and how high temps got, can't rule out the CPU being hurt - BUT then again it could be the board suffering.

Is this the exact model MB you have?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813138318
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post #25 of 49
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Well, I reverted all the CPU settings back to stock, so shouldn't the mobo be fine? Also, the comp won't even boot a Windows install disk. It hangs after the "Windows Loading Files" bar fills up. Same thing with System Repair. It basically won't boot completely into anything. I even stuck in a HD with Linux on it and that wouldn't boot either.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Scaevola View Post
How would I know if I messed up the mobo? Would it even boot to BIOS?
It's possible that the damage done to the VRMs if any at all would not be encountered until the system is being stressed by something other than BIOS.

I know with Sandy Bridge chips booting into Windows is the hardest part of the overclocking tenure, especially at higher multipliers and voltages, as getting past the splash screen is a lot tougher than you think.

A lot is going on when those little blurbs of light are forming the Windows banner.

If you have borked your board it's possible that the only time you see issues is when a load is present. If clearing CMOS did nothing to amend your problem I honestly thing the board is the next viable option.

A 3 phase board like this was never intended to power a Thuban, let alone OC one on it.
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post #27 of 49
Now that you have successfully cleared the bios, only boot with 1 or 2 sticks of RAM.
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UPDATE: Cleared CMOS by taking out the battery. Still no luck. Should I just get a better mobo? If so, any suggestions?
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post #29 of 49
One other thing it could possibly be is a corrupted drive in need of a low level wipe like you'd use Dban for. Sometimes a drive can get so corrupted thats what it takes to get the drive going again - Let's hope this problem is an easy fix, whatever it is.

EDIT: If I were you, I'd definitely be in the market for another board regardless.
Edited by Kryton - 10/11/11 at 5:18pm
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post #30 of 49
Quote:
Originally Posted by Scaevola View Post
How would I know if I messed up the mobo? Would it even boot to BIOS?

In theory, it's possible that it could get through BIOS and still fail to boot. The CPU isn't drawing full power during BIOS, so a weakened/partially burnt VRM may still allow it to draw enough to pass BIOS. Then when Windows starts loading and the CPU starts drawing more power, the defect could cause failure. I don't think it's very likely, but I guess it's a possibility.

Also, I've never had a problem clearing CMOS with a jumper, but do try removing the battery just to rule it out. I'd even go a step further and unplug the PSU. That way you know for a fact the CMOS doesn't have any power available to retain settings. Once again, I don't really suspect this as your problem, but it's worth a shot.

If you have access to another AM3 mobo (friends, family, backup rig, etc), you could also try plugging your CPU into it to eliminate it as the culprit.
 
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