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Well, I have narrowed down the problem to either the mobo or the CPU.
I guess I have to call my retailer tomorrow to replace the mobo and CPU.

Sometimes I just hate PC so much...
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This is what happens when you jump into such a high oc so fast on such an expensive rig :/
    
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post #23 of 46
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Originally Posted by Serady View Post
Well, I have narrowed down the problem to either the mobo or the CPU.
I guess I have to call my retailer tomorrow to replace the mobo and CPU.

Sometimes I just hate PC so much...
How do you plan on getting a new mobo and CPU when you overclocked it/them to death?
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post #24 of 46
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Originally Posted by daaavidf View Post
This is what happens when you jump into such a high oc so fast on such an expensive rig :/
I don't think 4.5ghz was that high... but obviously the pc death was due to the OC being so insanely unstable. It's strange that my pc booted into windows and running Intel Burn Test through all of the 5 cycles without any problem though...
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post #25 of 46
So did you actually end up resetting the BIOS?

[Edit] Well over heating defiantly wasn't your problem, with 11 Fans
Edited by Gawdz - 3/13/11 at 6:03am
post #26 of 46
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Originally Posted by Recluse View Post
How do you plan on getting a new mobo and CPU when you overclocked it/them to death?
Oh, no!!! Just realised that overclocking voids warrenty and RMA. I'm so doomed!

What am I supposed to do now? *cries* I'm not rich in real life, and I have spent a lot on this rig. I know, overclocking isn't a smart thing to do when one is poor. But we all take risks in real life to get somewhere. I had to overclock this rig to achieve my specific task.

Oh, dear. This is such a sad day for me.

Edit- Yep, it wasn't due to overheating. The 11 cooling fans I use run at 1200rpm. 6 intakes, 5 exhausts.
Edited by Serady - 3/13/11 at 6:15am
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128gb SSD Samsung 830 3TB HDD Seagate 1TB HDD Seagate DVD Asus QuietTrack 
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post #27 of 46
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Originally Posted by Serady View Post
Oh, no!!! Just realised that overclocking voids warrenty and RMA. I'm so doomed!

What am I supposed to do now? *cries* I'm not rich in real life, and I have spent a lot on this rig. I know, overclocking isn't a smart thing to do when one is poor. But we all take risks in real life to get somewhere. I had to overclock this rig to achieve my specific task.

Oh, dear. This is such a sad day for me.

Edit- Yep, it wasn't due to overheating. The 11 cooling fans I use run at 1200rpm. 6 intakes, 5 exhausts.
Look bro, dont give up yet. Do some more research and stuff. Probably the simplest thing ever and you should try to get a new one under warranty, and look at it this way if you have to replace a part atleast you've got that kickass graphics card 16gbs of RAM and all that!
post #28 of 46
Oi man have you tried the EZ Flash with a flash drive, i have the Asus P5G41C-M LX so there in the same family just yours is high end

Edit: I have a feeling its your memory mate, On http://www.overclockers.com/forums/s...d.php?t=668456 someone says "If you get the asus p8p67 pro may you NOT encounter the memory bug so many of us have run into.

The bios updates have fixed the cold boot issues but my board still refuses to see both 4gb sticks no matter what I try." So try EZ Flash with a updated bios!
Edited by Gawdz - 3/13/11 at 6:33am
post #29 of 46
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well, all of my stuff have warrenty but isn't that irrelevant? I mean, overclocking voids warrenties.

I don't think I can afford to buy the same things again...
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Intel Core i7 2600K (4.6gHZ @ OffsetV + SpeedStep) Asus P8P67 PRO 2GB XFX HD 6970 16GB g.SKILL (1600mHZ) 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
128gb SSD Samsung 830 3TB HDD Seagate 1TB HDD Seagate DVD Asus QuietTrack 
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Noctua D14 11 mini cooling fans (Red Orange LED) Windows 7 Ultimate (64BIT) 23" Samsung PX2370 
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128gb SSD Samsung 830 3TB HDD Seagate 1TB HDD Seagate DVD Asus QuietTrack 
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Noctua D14 11 mini cooling fans (Red Orange LED) Windows 7 Ultimate (64BIT) 23" Samsung PX2370 
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post #30 of 46
did u try reseating the cpu? im pretty sure u would of by now,anywayz try using 1 stick of ram in the first ram slot in the motherboard if it doesnt work then try the second one (ive never owned an asus board so i dont know the colors),basically try 1 stick of ram in all 4 slots on the motherboard
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