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After letting it cool for a bit, I just turned the pc on again, but the monitor still won't respond. I also tried another monitor of mine. Any suggestions would be great
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After letting it cool for a bit, I just turned the pc on again, but the monitor still won't respond. I also tried another monitor of mine. Any suggestions would be great
Are you sure you upped the right voltage? You should've upped the CPU Voltage wich would be like 1.3 - 1.4, not 100.0
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I might not have, now that I think about it. It had some form of abbreviation next to it or what not =/. What do you think I should do? The computer looks to be running fine.
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I'm not sure, someone else help out here.

Maybe reset the board tho, if you messed something up badly.
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How do you do that physically?
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How do you do that physically?
There is a small round battery on the motherboard, and you remove it for few minutes and then put it back. The motherboard will then revert to stock settings.
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post #27 of 34
Sounds like you adjusted the PCI frequency.Your CPU voltage is changed by first changing the CPU voltage from auto to manual.After you select manual,you can change it(plus or minus).Before you do any overclocking-you need to read how to do it first.There is more to it than just selecting the right numbers(like proper cooling).Go here and read up my friend,and save yourself some money and heartache!
http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...l-threads.html
Normal safe max voltage is 1.55v on AMD CPU's-but you need extra-cooling before you get that far.
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post #28 of 34
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Thanks for the link! I'll read up on that before I go further -- I just took the little round pancake battery out for 5 minutes, and it still doesn't recognize the screen.
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Took the battery out for 15 minutes and still not reset =/

EDIT: I didn't take the plug out... Retrying now.
Edited by Yishair - 3/6/11 at 3:32pm
post #30 of 34
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BACK ON. Turns out I modded the VDD Voltage. I'm going to be more careful for now on. Thanks guys.
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