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No Display after enabling OC genie in BIOS. Need Help.

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After enabling Oc genie in the bios the pc restarts and appears to boot up, but my monitor displays no display. I can reset the motherboard, and then when it boots up my display is back. I can get screen shots of what oc genie tries to do when i get home if needed. Im not trying to go to hard core on overclocking which is why im trying to just enable the oc genie, until i can afford a better case, and cooling. Right now i just want a small boost with stock components.

AMD QUAD-CORE A8-3870K 3.0GHZ APU
MSI A75MA-G55
Kingston XMP 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 Non-ECC CL9 (2x4GB)
Microsoft Windows 7
post #2 of 34
I have a feeling that you may have gotten a defective motherboard. Some people on the reviews say that the IGPU gets fried, even if the rest of the board is working. Try to test it with a dedicated GPU that you know works and see if you get a display.
post #3 of 34
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If that was the case why would the display start working again when i reset the BIOS?
post #4 of 34
maybe that the oc has failed.try setting the overclock manually?
it might not have downset your ram,pc stall.
Edited by MrPerforations - 5/8/12 at 9:15am
    
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I am really new to overclocking but if it downset the ram wouldnt i get the 3 beeps indicating not enough ram, or is it possible that the ram is high enough to boot the system, but low enough to display?
post #6 of 34
go's like this,
if you have 1600mhz ram set it to 1333mhz,then lower your nothbridge and ht to 1800mhz,now turn up your cpu reference clock to say 225.try that and you should be ocing a bit.thumb.gif

you can go up to 250 cpu ref clock.,but check your ht and northbridge is about 2000mhz +/- a bit
    
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Thanks I will try that when I get home. Im still trying to learn what all this means so my question is why would i set my ram at 1333 if im using 1600 ram?
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Originally Posted by Chadamis View Post

I am really new to overclocking but if it downset the ram wouldnt i get the 3 beeps indicating not enough ram, or is it possible that the ram is high enough to boot the system, but low enough to display?

no you run the RAM at a lower than stock frequency so when the clock gets increased (as opposed to the multi) it doesn't get set so fast that its unstable.

Also you are much better off manually overclocking than using any SW/automatic overclocking
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when you increase the cpu ref clock the ram and nb/ht speeds back up,with 250 ref clock your ram will be back at 1600mhz. and you ht/nb will also be incresed.
    
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post #10 of 34
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That makes since. Thanks for the quick replies. I thought it would take longer for replies. I don't get home for another 7 hours, and now this is all i can think about.smile.gif
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