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    Heyy guys.... i think i kind of burnt my chipsets

    I was being stupid, i had no i dea what transaction booster was and what ai clock twister was. I went in transaction booster and put it to enable it to level 3 and Ai clock twister to Strong.

    As you know im only 13 years old, and if my dad finds out that i've done this, i think im screwed.

    So guys are my chipsets burnt?

    When i turn it on nothing comes up.

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    AI twister is for ram performance /compatability. Think transaction booster is also to do with memory pserformance. So your pc wont even power up nothing at all happens?

    You shouldnt really be messing around with settings if you dont know what there there for.

    Post your system specs please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whackoman View Post
    When i turn it on nothing comes up.
    as PureOC's rules, you need to fill out the system specification under User Control Panel. So when you asking a troubleshooting question then it must esaier for us to look as your spec to know what kind of hardware you have.

    Also, if you can be more specific about the problem then we don't have to re-counter questions before we can advise any answer. It's just like if you have a car and something wrong with it, you take it to the mechanic. You have to describe the problem, the better you explain to him the better chance he can identify the cause.


    Get back to your questions; about burning. Yes and No
    Nothing come on; like Wayne said. You have wrong settings, so now your system won't boost.
    Do CLEAR CMOS you might have to take out the battery if normal proceedure didn't work.
    If you don't know how to do this then pull out the manual and start reading. It has clear pics and intruction in there.

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    Agreed.

    You won't burn out a chip by setting a factory-preset done by ASUS. You will burn it out if you give high voltages.

    Chances are your overlock/settings are just unstable and it won't reboot. Clear CMOS, reset........should do the trick........hopefully.

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    heyy guys thank you....so the settings doesnt have anything to do with burning anything?.... ummm

    my specs are

    -Asus P5E MB
    -Q6600 Quad core
    -7600GS Geforce
    -Kingston 533mhz

    So if i take out the battery everything should be ok rightt? God hope this works

    xD anyways thanks for the replies guys xD This relieves me so much.

    Umm my computer turns on but nothing comes up on the screen.

    Ill try taking out the battery and putting it back in, how long do i take it out for??

    Can anyone please give me step by step on how to clear Cmos by taking out the battery? please?

    example...take out the battery for how long, switch anything back....

    thank you please reply guyss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    as PureOC's rules, you need to fill out the system specification under User Control Panel. So when you asking a troubleshooting question then it must esaier for us to look as your spec to know what kind of hardware you have.
    As Deton said until you go to user cp at top of page and fill in your system specs we can't really help much, some times the battery only needs to be out for 1 minute other times 24 hours depends on your spec.
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    Heyy guys...i have filled out my system specs, but how do i make it like everyone, where their specs are on the left side. To see my specs you have to click on Whackoman(Myname) and click view public details to view my computer specs.


    Heyy guys good news!!.... i followed what you guys said by trying to clear the Cmos, i moved this jumper to the left and to the right again and tried it, cheers guys!! it worked!. BACK TO OVERCLOCKING AND NOT MESS AROUND WITH THINGS I DON'T KNOW . xD !! Cheerss!!!!!


    SO THANK YOU GUYS!!! phew now my A*s won't be fried by my dad xD
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    You're not seeing your specs as you currently have "Show system specs" set to no in your profile.

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    Glad you got it sorted. Id say your ram is severly limiting your overclocking as its only 533 mhz. Are you lowering your ram frequency before you up the fsb? and what multiplier are you using?

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    Heyy.... haha how'd you know, yeh my ram is holding me back from overclocking. Yes i have lowered the frequency to its lowest, but the frequency is now at 871mhz. LOL Umm i am using a multiplier of 9 and now its at 3.7ghz stock cooler, and fans lol. Temps are OK......... But im going to lapp it soo yeh, on load around 75 degrees if i lapp it so yeh.

    Thanks guys.

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    For normal use Most of us want to keep below 67 Deg C. Some prefer lower still!!

    Going Higher will shorten the life of your processor.

    You also need to think about how warm it is in your room now and how much warmer it might be on a HOT summers day.

    When you say temps are ok...what are you using to stress test?

    You should have different settings for summer if you are not prepared to set up for all year round
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    @whackoman,
    operating a quad cores at 75c is not a good idea, you've just pumped close to 120w of heat to it. We've warnned you.
    Suddenly, one day your comp won't boot and you'll run back in here post a question for help.

    What happened to my comp it won't boot?
    Then we'll say, you just fired it.

    Remmeber this: high heat will degrade the lifespan of any electronic components. Not only that you system won't be stable.

    Have you done any stability test on you system yet?

    I know my system will BSOD if my cores temp pass 70c @ 3.60ghz on water, and you have your at 3.7ghz with stock air cooling @ 75c

    All I have to say, you are a dare devil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whackoman View Post
    Heyy guys.... i think i kind of burnt my chipsets

    I was being stupid,..................

    As you know im only 13 years old, and if my dad finds out that i've done this, i think im screwed.................

    When i turn it on nothing comes up.
    Remember this feeling when you posted first?..............SLOW IT DOWN PROCESSOR SPEED IS NOT EVERYTHING You can learn alot by trying for first say 3.2 and getting it rock solid stable with 24hours stress test. if you do this...over and over change...test...change...test

    The first try should be to see how low you can go with cpu volts at this speed. Next you can learn about memory and timings etc.

    because you're both young and inexperienced you probably don't want to hear this but learning this now will make you a better overclocker in the future (and that future may only be a couple of months away)

    Then, with what you learn now, going for higher and higher speeds you will understand what you are doing and seeing and you will still have a pc that works and is not lying fried in the corner (and for that matter your a*** won't be fried either).

    By the way I have some fried motherboards you can have if that's what you want
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    Heyy thanks for your time guys! Once i get better cooling that's when i will do 24 hour tests, but right now the cpu seems to be a bit warm soo yeh. Thank youu

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