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Hi,

I have now updated the bios to the latest version I have also changed th CPU multiplier to 20, I cant seem to find the 3rd cpu voltage setting, I have attached a picture of the different options and would appreciate if someone could let me know which one it is so I can change it to 1.4v

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thats the one highlighted in your pic..
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Hi,

Thanks for your reply.

I changed to 1.4v and when I ran intel burn in test it BSOD, I am going to up the voltage one click at a time and see what happens
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and true, am actually converting movies for my ipod when i ran that test. so i dont i know if thats what your saying.. hehe

That would be why.
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Ok. I managed to get it to 7 passes at 1.5v the temps were at max and the north bridge was at 80c. When it got to the 7 pass the hole system turned off. And now it wont power back on, could I have broken something or has it become to hot? If I can get it working again, I will apply new thermal paste before I attempt to do any more overclocking.
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Ok. I managed to get it to 7 passes at 1.5v the temps were at max and the north bridge was at 80c. When it got to the 7 pass the hole system turned off. And now it wont power back on, could I have broken something or has it become to hot? If I can get it working again, I will apply new thermal paste before I attempt to do any more overclocking.

What CPU? NB heat prob shut it down. You may need to do a full reset of the CMOS. aka remove all power sources, remove the battery, remove the CPU, remove the memory, remove the GPU, EVERYTHING! then move the jumper over to the reset position and hold the cmos reset button for ~1 min. This should completely reset it. Put back together and see what happens. GL
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post #8698 of 9641
Hi,

Thanks for your reply.

I tried putting a fan next to the pc to cool it off and then removed the cmos battery and jumper and power then tried to turn it on again but nothing happened. All I get is 2 blue led flashes which seem to be linked to the north bridge and cpu.
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Still nothing, not looking good
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I assume there is no way that I could get the motherboard looked at under its warranty?
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