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just tried today to resume operations but nothing, at least now it displays the windows loading page but wont go any further, I talked to the seller on ebay that I purchase the mobo saying that I was going to return the item for a refund, because if its the mobo or not I am going for an asus m5a97, but I am no shure if the cpu is ok or is fired,,any one can tell me how to find out?
im 99% sure your chip is fine, but instead of getting the M5A97, get the EVO version or a Gigabyte GA-970A-UD3 because they a 6+2 and 8+2 power phase design, and their vrms are heatsinked. i would get the gigabyte though because of the 8+2 design.
post #32 of 35
your volts are to high that's the problem happened to me when i raised my volts past 1.40. But now i have my FX 4100 @4.4GHz 1.40 stable any higher and no boot will require you to clear CMOS and my board is a MSI 760GM-P21(FX)
 
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your volts are to high that's the problem happened to me when i raised my volts past 1.40. But now i have my FX 4100 @4.4GHz 1.40 stable any higher and no boot will require you to clear CMOS and my board is a MSI 760GM-P21(FX)

how do I clear it?
post #34 of 35
Make sure its powered OFF


- Remove power cable wait a few

- Remove the Battery from the Motherboard

- wait 10mins for the CMOS to fully clear

- Put battery Back in

- Plug the power Cable back in

- press the power button

- when it starts it should ask you what you want to do

- Press F1 to enter BIOS/SETUP

- When in BIOS click LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULTS

- Then press SAVE & EXIT to save the settings and exit the BIOS

The computer should then restart and load into windows thumb.gif
 
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Originally Posted by Durvelle27 View Post

Make sure its powered OFF
- Remove power cable wait a few
- Remove the Battery from the Motherboard
- wait 10mins for the CMOS to fully clear
- Put battery Back in
- Plug the power Cable back in
- press the power button
- when it starts it should ask you what you want to do
- Press F1 to enter BIOS/SETUP
- When in BIOS click LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULTS
- Then press SAVE & EXIT to save the settings and exit the BIOS
The computer should then restart and load into windows thumb.gif


I have done that a couple of times, only one of those times I got into the bios, and when I tried to chanche settings it restarted and never ask me to enter bios again nowsometimes it boots and freezes when loading windows
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