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post #11 of 14
I had issues posting after a failed overclock with my samsung ram, similar to what you are describing, also when loading profiles :l

What I had to do to get back above 2000mhz after a failed oc was reset the bios or clear cmos and start over each time without loading a profile, if I loaded a profile it wouldn't boot.
Edited by GeforceGTS - 10/24/12 at 7:16pm
post #12 of 14
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I dont think im loading profiles though with this, because I remmber all my overclock settings so I just go into bios and set them mnually but it still doesnt boot.

Also for cpu testing, I downloaded intel cpu tester recently from thier website, it says my cpu working fine.
post #13 of 14
Profile or no profile, it happened to me several times after a failed CPU or memory overclock. It drove me insane until I realised it was a bios bug or at least that's the conclusion I came too.

The rebooting on off is the mem ok function thingie trying to get the ram to work from the sound of it, seems exactly like the problem I had, did you try resetting cmos and just trying it again at 2133?
post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by GeforceGTS View Post

Profile or no profile, it happened to me several times after a failed CPU or memory overclock. It drove me insane until I realised it was a bios bug or at least that's the conclusion I came too.
The rebooting on off is the mem ok function thingie trying to get the ram to work from the sound of it, seems exactly like the problem I had, did you try resetting cmos and just trying it again at 2133?

I tried clearing CMOS, resetting bios overclock settings to default, still doesnt work frown.gif
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