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I posted here before about my computer restarting when I tried to access my bios for the first time. I don't remember what exactly I changed but as soon as I touched anything the computer would restart and not boot. So I would have to clear the cmos in order for the pc to post.

Today before heading out to work I tried again over clocking my pc and once again after changing the cpu ratio, the computer restarted. I decided to wait and see if it'll post after restarting and this time it actually did. I went to the bios and noticed the blck freq was changed from 100 to 103.6 something.

When I was in the bios I didn't touch the blck freq, so why was it changed from 100 to 103.6***?

Before when I had the Asus P68P67 Pro motherboard, I didn't have to change the blck freq and never restarted while adjusting stuff in the bios.

I changed my ram recently from G.skill to Dominator. Would this have any affect with the blck fre?

G.skill ram
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231278

Dominator
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145303
    
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Sounds like you might have clicked on the OC Tuner in UEFI. I hit mine by accident once and my PC got stuck in a boot loop. I did the same and had to clear the CMOS to boot into UEFI. When I got back into windows my BCLK was also increased. I think it is due to the OC Tuner.
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