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Are you sure your PSU can handle it? You might not be able to overclock, depending on your PSU. Having listed only Logysis does not help us...

Let's assume you have a PSU that can handle it, under the memory section it will have the word voltage somewhere near the word mhz. What you gotta do is you find the ram voltage and just add 0.1 or 0.2 volts and see if it starts.
He isnt trying to overclock now, he is just trying to get his machine running now. He has gone back to stock settings but just isnt getting a picture. BlackSOD.

franciscogalaz, take your video card out of your machine, then try to hook your monitor to the the onboard video card with the other card out of the machine.
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post #12 of 23
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its a logysis 650W ATX12V/EPS12V ......even if i cant overclock with this i just want to use my pc as before ...i entered in the bios to the memory section but there wasnt anyv option to change the power supply to it
the bios is the one that camed with the mobo dnt know wich version is it...its says on the top phoenix-awardbios cmos setup utility

plz any more idea? i really want to fix this and dont go to the store to get it fixed
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ok i found in the overcloock options the memory voltage but its set to auto and theres alot of option for volts but dont know wich to put
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my memory are 2 2x1gb patriot viper pc2-9600 1200 mhz
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Do these look familiar?

They're voltage hogs, that's why your system is unstable. They require 2.3v just to run at 1066 speeds. That's VERY high, so your Auto setting probably is only giving them 2.1v or so. Manually set the voltage to 2.3v and you should be ok. Let us know if it boots.
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Do these look familiar?

They're voltage hogs, that's why your system is unstable. They require 2.3v just to run at 1066 speeds. That's VERY high, so your Auto setting probably is only giving them 2.1v or so. Manually set the voltage to 2.3v and you should be ok. Let us know if it boots.
+1. Its same as myself and thlnk3r were mentioning. Sometimes the mobo wont give the correct volts for the memory settings, for instance my mobo only gave my sticks 1.9v, even though they need 2.0 if not 2.1v. Up the volts to 2.3v on your mobo and i think your pc should boot okay then.

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ok this is the thing i did what jacksknight told me and i disconnected my gpu and used the onboard gpu ...i enetered the bios now and put the configuration the other told me (2.3 v ........i also tried putting that before but using my gpu and not the onboard gpu) and it worked i can get into windows but know i dont know if to connect my gpu or wich settings to put in the bios to make the gpu work...i know it has an option to select either use the onboard gpu or the pci-e ......before with the pci-e didnt work so maybe my gpu its rotten or something .......should i connect the gpu and try to see if it works?
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post #18 of 23
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ok this is the thing i did what jacksknight told me and i disconnected my gpu and used the onboard gpu ...i enetered the bios now and put the configuration the other told me (2.3 v ........i also tried putting that before but using my gpu and not the onboard gpu) and it worked i can get into windows but know i dont know if to connect my gpu or wich settings to put in the bios to make the gpu work...i know it has an option to select either use the onboard gpu or the pci-e ......before with the pci-e didnt work so maybe my gpu its rotten or something .......should i connect the gpu and try to see if it works?
thx by the way
i think the reason its working is bcos you added more volts to the ram. i would go ahead and plug the gpu back in. Then in BIOS set the gpu frequency to 100mhz, dont leave it at auto. once youve done that save settings, your pc should restart, then your pc should post to windows fine. After that i would try updating your gpu drivers just to be sure.

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i think the reason its working is bcos you added more volts to the ram. i would go ahead and plug the gpu back in. Then in BIOS set the gpu frequency to 100mhz, dont leave it at auto. once youve done that save settings, your pc should restart, then your pc should post to windows fine. After that i would try updating your gpu drivers just to be sure.

best of luck!
It has nothing to do with ram voltage at all, just plug your card back in and try to boot up. You dont have to change any settings it will auto switch to the card you install. Just leave your bios alone and leave it at default settings. If it doesnt work once you put it back in then you know you probably damaged your card. Ill keep checking if you need more help let me know.
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It has nothing to do with ram voltage at all, just plug your card back in and try to boot up. You dont have to change any settings it will auto switch to the card you install. Just leave your bios alone and leave it at default settings. If it doesnt work once you put it back in then you know you probably damaged your card. Ill keep checking if you need more help let me know.
I think it's the complete opposite. The problem started when he messed with his RAM setting, the problem was fixed when he set the RAM voltage to the correct value. If his GPU was dead, he wouldn't even see a splash screen to get into the BIOS. Plus, the chances of his GPU dying when he started messing with his BIOS is highly improbable.

OT: Glad to hear everything is working now. Do you have the RAM at DDR2 800 or DDR2 1066? There's no reason why you can't run it at 1066, but you'll probably need to manually set the timings as well. Have you downloaded and installed CPU-Z yet to verify the speed and timings?
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