First of all, why are people posting their problems and seeking help in a thread that is designed for general discussion and bragging rights? Go over to the official support thread where you can ask for assistance.
KamyK155: What hardware you have doesn't factor into getting your system to boot. And if you can't get it to boot to desktop, how were you able to install Windows in the first place? What version of bios are you running? What slots do you have your RAM installed in?
These new bios chips seem to retain settings. If you ever modify a setting and you can't post or boot into desktop, you MUST clear cmos. Everytime. You can make a change, watch it fail, and go back into bios and revert the setting only to see it continue to fail. You must clear cmos after every failure as a general rule of thumb.
"That will be a really cold boot after night." Okay.. I don't think you understand what the term 'cold boot' means. It has NOTHING to do with temperature or time. I offer the following definition: "The start-up of a computer from a powered-down, or off, state. Also called a hard boot. Contrast with warm boot, restarting a computer via the operating system."
Lastly, you shouldn't be overclocking as you have no idea what you're doing. BUT, if you are insistent on pursuing it anyways, then you really should go over to the official support thread linked above and ask for help.
ALSO: http://rog.asus.com/365052014/overclocking/rog-overclocking-guide-core-for-5960x-5930k-5820k/Edited by LuckyDuck69 - 1/11/15 at 12:48pm