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your board have post code LED near the RAM slots in the top right corner. does it hang on a certin code when you try and boot and if so what is the code and its meaning? although my board is different company, i had an issue where it would hang at which was 62 - Installation of the PCH Runtime Services... turned out after testing in another system the cpu (2600k) was dead.

How did it die? Seriously, reports of dead/degradation are so rare, I really wish people would explain them when they happened. It would be very valuable to us all ;/

OP 75*C is considered a cold chip. And instability can manifest in milliions of ways, one of which is not being able to POST or boot up. Just do a cmos reset, you are fine.

http://support.asus.com/Troubleshooting/detail.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=1&m=Maximus%20IV%20Extreme-Z&s=39&hashedid=h2HKYMdGN20hCuCN&os=&no=1723

You are way overreacting and being silly. If you have an unstable overclock, sometimes you can't post. Cmos reset and 2 seconds later you carry on, it's fine. A normal computer reset is not the same thing as a Cmos reset. Removing the battery is one of many ways of doing a CMOS reset. That's why people said for you to remove it. Your board has a couple switches and stuff to make a cmos reset very newb friendly and easy to do. Sometimes if your cmos doesn't reset with the switches and stuff, pulling the battery will make sure your cmos resets.

I mean I've been overclocking for years, never had a time where I had to pull the battery because the cmos jumper or cmos reset button on board didn't work. You just turn off your pc and cmos reset it when you got an overclock so unstable you can't boot, which happens all the time when first figuring out your overclocks.
Edited by Belial - 3/3/13 at 4:42am
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I appreciate any and all suggestions to a problem I may have, but I do not appreciate being talked down to in the manner you choose to take. I am NOT overreacting and certainly when I am trying to find a solution to a problem I am NOT being silly. It is posts like yours that I am sure discourage many folks with a problem to post. As I have said in the thread I have tried all the solutions except removing the battery, which I should have done, but I admit to being a newby and I missed this step. I will now try to get this chip going in another motherboard. Or if you wish and you are so confidant in your assessment I will trade you straight across for a serviceable i7-2600k plus I will include $100. Put your money where your mouth is. Your attitude stinks and I will thank you to remove yourself from my thread.
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I installed the i7-2600k into a build using an Asus P8Z68-V and it did not work. I have an old build with an i3-2100 on an Asus P8P67 LE. I then took the i3 and put it in the P8Z68 and it would not work. So I then installed the i7 in the P8P67 and it worked well, however it has not been stress tested. At least I know that it is not fried and I appreciate the help got here on this forum. Once I get the wrinkles ironed out of this machine I will be back to see what this chip will do. Once again thanks to those who offered encouragement.
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