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[help]i7 2600K overclocking: Restart loops!

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Hi,

Most of you guys will say that I'm stupid, but I'm trying to find a way to fix this little problem:
I've been reading a lot on 2600K overclocking and everybody says "Put the voltage to 1.35V for 4.4Ghz" or 4.8Ghz or X.XGhz. Now the problem is that I used the program coming stock on my PC called "Game Doctor" or "XXXX Doctor" (replace X's for something else). Now it lets your change Vcore, Engine and RAM. My Stock Vcore : 1.037V
now I don't have any CPU cooler other than the stock one and I thought 1.1V would be reasonable since everyone talk about 1.47V and 1.35V and what not. I've set it to that. It was fine. Then I started playing Crysis and it was fine. I then started Sandra's CPU stress test and everything froze. When I restarted the PC it went in a restart loop (Can't access to BIOS).

I'm on a P8P67 Deluxe, so I can see my Temp right on my mobo. it keeps rebooting when the temperature hits 80°C. I've been able to access BIOS *ONCE*, and I immediatly press "Factory Settings" (F5 I think) and then saved modifications and rebooted. It changed nothing. I tried activating TPU, not working... I'm trying to find a way to fix this... my CPU's not even hot, so I guess it's not burnt. Thermal paste was applied 2 days ago, the PC is brand new. Is there a way to reset a P8P67 Deluxe or anything like that?

I know I'm retarded, but please try answering respectfully, since I already punished myself scrapping (I think) my $3200 gaming machine

Thanks for your future answers,

Lun.
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post #2 of 6
Press the clear cmos button


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Also, do all your overclocking from the BIOS only.
Edited by ____ - 4/23/11 at 11:12pm
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Doing it right now, be right back. Thanks for the quick answer, I'll edit this post in a sec.
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You saved my life man, thanks a lot!!!!
I'll listen to you and I'll also ask more questions before overclocking again.

Thanks again man!
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The program is smartdoctor, and just set your settings manually in the BIOS. NEVER use the autotune stuff cuz it can literally fry your hardware with too much voltage.
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post #6 of 6
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Hi,

I found out it had overclocked my CPU to 4.67Ghz... Hence why it kept rebooting. It's okay now, I'll remember this forever loll
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