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AMD 1055T Is it fried?

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Question Is my CPU Fired Just tonight i endeavoured to over clock my 1055T from its stock to 4.01Ghz i had voltage set to 1.45v.

I Started windows ran Prime The CPUs Voltage Would jump to 1.5v thx to LLC which i didn't know bout till just before i posted this. My CPu at 100% load in Prime was hitting 61 Degrees i though this was a bit hot and also noticed the voltage aws to high I blamed the High temps on the fact the day had been very hot but could not explain the Voltage so i shutdown the computer for the night and went to bed now when I try to turn on the computer the CPU POST LED on my motherboard lights up and stays on and nothing else happens.

Have i screwed my CPU or is something else awry. HALP!
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post #2 of 8
nah just reset cmos it should be fine
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Clear your CMOS either by using the jumper or by pulling the battery. Most likely a bad OC.
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nah just reset cmos it should be fine
    
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Thx Guys im new to overclocking
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post #6 of 8
Turn off LLC and keep your vcore under 1.50v. Try to stay below 55C under load, 62C is max.
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Advice on how to turn off LLC im not sure hwow to do it xD
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I always set it to 9%, that seemed to keep it from being too crazy
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