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Originally Posted by Mndlfox
I only took the H/S and Fan off to see if the CPU was warming when power was turned on. Just to make sure the CPU was working or atleast power was running through it. As far as the ram it was set to auto in the bios. So I am sure it would have run a divider if it needed to.
Er...

Congratulations your CPU is fryed.

Why did no1 else pick up on this

CPU - HS = boom
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The system was already dead when he did that. Thus, the CPU or some other part was already gone. And it won't go *boom* immediately. (at >5GHZ very quickly, agreed).

There is a good chance, however, that the CPU did go down when he did that (if it was still good before). He'll find out what is still good and what is dead when he gets his new part.

He wanted this overclock, and he got it so.. I'd say.. Clock on
    
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Lol, the thing is, it might have been RAM or mobo, but now it might be Ram AND CPU, or mobo AND CPU.

A CPU can get very hot, very fast without a HS. Just because; there is nowhere for the heat to go.

But i suppose it isnt definite.
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post #34 of 59
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Originally Posted by Chozart
The system was already dead when he did that. Thus, the CPU or some other part was already gone. And it won't go *boom* immediately. (at >5GHZ very quickly, agreed).

There is a good chance, however, that the CPU did go down when he did that (if it was still good before). He'll find out what is still good and what is dead when he gets his new part.

He wanted this overclock, and he got it so.. I'd say.. Clock on
To me Overclocking cpu's is like drag racing. Its a hobby and can prove very exspensive. If you can go three blocks in 3 1/2 seconds you go back to the starting line and you want to go 3 1/4 seconds this time. That is what I did. Only I Blowed my engine up on this last run. This is a Hoppy nothing more nothing less. You just have to ask yourself 2 things. Do you have the capital to back you hobby and if so do you have the mind or knowledge to push the limits of the game, and I say Yes to both. With that there will be mistakes made as in anything you do in life.
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Lol, the thing is, it might have been RAM or mobo, but now it might be Ram AND CPU, or mobo AND CPU.

A CPU can get very hot, very fast without a HS. Just because; there is nowhere for the heat to go.

But i suppose it isnt definite.
At the time of the "meltdown" there was a heat sink as you can see temps were on 50c when max for this cpu are at 63.5c.
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post #36 of 59
ok, let it sit off for a while, and leave the clear cmos jumper on clear for a few MINUTES
clean out EVERYTHING, case, mobo, psu, etc
reseat everything, and plug it in and try booting.

having the HS off for a while wont cook the CPU instantly, it will get hot, throttle for a while, but it will take at least 10 seconds to get dangerously hot

put active cooling on you NorthBridge, mine got hot at around stock
you can pick up a good one for a total of like $11 of newegg,
the CoolerMaster blue ice is what I have and it works great

that LED only shows that the MOBO has power, nothing else
what voltage was your ddr2 at again?
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ok, let it sit off for a while, and leave the clear cmos jumper on clear for a few MINUTES
clean out EVERYTHING, case, mobo, psu, etc
reseat everything, and plug it in and try booting.

having the HS off for a while wont cook the CPU instantly, it will get hot, throttle for a while, but it will take at least 10 seconds to get dangerously hot

put active cooling on you NorthBridge, mine got hot at around stock
you can pick up a good one for a total of like $11 of newegg,
the CoolerMaster blue ice is what I have and it works great

that LED only shows that the MOBO has power, nothing else
what voltage was your ddr2 at again?
Ram was at 2.05V
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post #38 of 59
ddr2 comes stock below 2 volts, but you can go up to 2.2, even 2.4 on some
so I doubt your RAM is cooked, and Ialso doubt that your CPU is cooked

its prolly your NB man, IF something is cooked that is

is it possible to return the mobo?
or get another one real soon?
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post #39 of 59
well,after more reading, and rereading,
if your ram was on a 2:1 divider, it might, and probably is dead,
if you had it on 1:1 at that speed, then its not dead
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ddr2 comes stock below 2 volts, but you can go up to 2.2, even 2.4 on some
so I doubt your RAM is cooked, and Ialso doubt that your CPU is cooked

its prolly your NB man, IF something is cooked that is

is it possible to return the mobo?
or get another one real soon?
I got the MB from newegg about 2-3 weeks ago. I have checked the RMA policy and it states I have to go through the Manufacture. I can do that but I think they will pickup on the fact it was cooked...so then it will become my lose witch is alright bing as it was my fault....Do you think they would be able to see that it was oc'ed? or could I get away with a RMA replacement at no cost to me? I have done everything you have stated in the above post and has returned no possitive results.
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