solved Did my new MOBO fry my older CPUs? ASRock FM2A88X Extreme 6+ AMD A8 6600K Processor Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GBClick to expand... Anyways, on the weekend I was bored and decided to try to overclock it. If possible I would try installing your cpu in a completely different known working system, then if it does the same and won't boot up you'll probably need a new cpu.
I thought maybe it was because my PSU couldn't handle that much voltage, so I tried clearing my CMOS with the "CLR_CMOS" thingies that u have to touch with a screwdriver. Will return the other board (bought local) and will part out what works in the other system. #10 jacktesterson, May 31, 2013 WTSherman Member Joined: May 18, 2013 Messages: 91 solved Did I fry my CPU????? Needs some Ram first though, right now its only running 2GB (1 stick) as that's all I had to test with... this page
What are your experiences? by Stronghold › HighPoint RocketRAID 2720SGL 8-Port PCI-Express 2.0 x8 SAS/SATA... To clarify I have my mobo on a box with heat sink on, using onboard video and 1 stick of ram. solved Help!
The computer turns on, and number codes show up on the motherboard but they are too fast to read. Last edited by mattydies; May 24, 2013 at 12:36 PM. #9 (permalink) May 24, 2013, 12:32 PM JD Moderator Join Date: Jul 2007 Location: Toronto, ON Posts: 7,635 Any thoughts on this are appreciated. New 3930k - No CPU cooler.
As soon as it got to very high temps it would downclock itself, if that didn't solve the temp issue the system would simply shut down.Edited by Mhill2029 - 9/28/11 at Reviewed by NoelC I've had one of these cards in Dell Precision T5400 and T5500 Workstation systems since 2012, controlling RAID 0 arrays of four OCZ 480 GB Vertex 3 SSDs Hopefully I'll get a chance to test this weekend. #5 jacktesterson, May 15, 2013 Last edited: May 15, 2013 rolli59 Member Joined: May 16, 2013 Messages: 62 Likes Received: 0 Continued It also won't automatically load the cd unless I go into bios first.
I did order a Cheap Gigabyte AM3+ 760G Motherboard for $50 just in case - Will leave everything stock - Its not like it was needed, I basically caused this myself Software: Win10 Pro x64 | Win10 Home x86 Benchmark Scores: 3DMark Skydrive @ 1440p: GS: 25188 / PS: 12238 / CS: 25308: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/11665249 First of all it's never good to, plug The computer restarted, and then immidiately shut down after about 2 seconds. So after about 10 mins with the cmos battery out I tried to boot it to no avail so I decided to let it sit with the battery out over night.
I have never experienced this. http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/did-i-fry-my-motherboard-ram-or-cpu.208255/ Really the only way your going to fry it is if you turn your voltage up WAY to high and even then it will just shut down. ALSO my BIOS is the current version (I had to re-flash soon after building the PC as it became corrupt). All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get
Need Help! Next time, get a Gigabyte or an ASrock, with 8+2 phases, if you want to OC. PCMR History | Meet the Team | Daily Simple Questions Thread created by pedro19twitter.com/PedroPCMRa community for 5 yearsmessage the moderatorsMODERATORSpedro19twitter.com/PedroPCMRTizakiimgur.com/[email protected] | GTX 970 | 840 Pro 512GB | 8GB RAM | W10alien_from_Europahttp://i.imgur.com/OehnIyc.jpgTheAppleFreakI blame Overwatchcrest123Test But I wanted to see what my ram could do, and I read this and that about how X79 overclocks cheap ram like it is good ram!
I've done some messing around and i now have my cpu power set to 90% instead of 100%. After about an hour of Prime, the computer just shut off completely - Now it's acting like its 100% dead - showing 0 signs of life. How do I know? More resources See also HELP!
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ASRock FM2A88X Extreme 6+ AMD A8 6600K Processor Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GBClick to expand... I was basically running the limits for most of the voltage levels (even some which likely could have been left on auto). I did some reading and it seems that is where the board would basically top out. I think I had 1 Asus, 1 ECS and 1 ASRock board mixed in there - but majority has been MSI.
i just hit my 4.2ghz oc'd i5-4690k at 100c using prime95 ffts test did i just break it? Easy enough. Click here to check out some tips for keeping your account safe! I've tried clearing CMOS, removing the battery, and it just does nothing.
Team Thread #4 (permalink) May 24, 2013, 12:07 PM JD Moderator Join Date: Jul 2007 Location: Toronto, ON Posts: 7,635 My System Specs Quote: Originally Posted by mattydies Did i fry my cpu?! You just might need to dust bowl it, dust out GPU fan and CPU fan. All rights reserved.
Ask ! Figured it must be motherboard. -Replaced motherboard, still wouldn't power up. Did I just fry my Mobo or is there more? Panic'd and turned it off immediately and reset bios.
Gpu Temps under Load: 60o C. It just makes sure all capacitors and everything have drained. Did I fry the processor by doing that because I bought a new mobo and used the same cpu but the computer still won't cut on Reply to sevege 5 answers After Unboxing the Fx-6100, installed it, BUT i forgot to plug in the heatsink fan!.Then, i booted up the computer, everything was fine.