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Look for the single green wire and then jump to a black wire. But the thing is, I do know about overclocking (not like hardcore overclockers, but I know how everything works), and I've done overclocking before. solved Did i fry my processor? maybe if it got lazy one day, and forgot to bsod, it would fry. 1 of Many (14 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMi7 2600k @ 4.7ghzBIOSTAR TP67XEEVGA GTX680 2GB2x 4GB Rip

CPUs and Overclocking Sep 13, 2016 AMD “Naples” Motherboard ,3647pin+? CPUs and Overclocking Aug 18, 2016 Kenmitch Diamond Member Joined: Oct 10, 1999 Messages: 6,577 Likes Received: 9 bigystyle84 said: ↑ What does it take to fry a CPU? I need help diagnosing. No, create an account now. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1752868/fry-processor.html

I get no signal on my monitor. THANKS Tabris DarkPeaceAug 1, 2013, 9:39 AM Don't thank me, thank Pinhedd. ASRock FM2A88X Extreme 6+ AMD A8 6600K Processor Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GBClick to expand... If it doesn’t fit anywhere else, Miscellaneous is probably the board for you.

If you start it, someone must win it. I read about my board, it can support a single stick of ram. solved Did I fry my CPU? How do I know?

Motherboard Temp: 70-75oC. X-post from r/forhonor601 · 79 comments My Experience with Uplay633 · 43 comments You can't be disappointed if you can't afford it...272 · 19 comments A very old button.2010 · 282 comments Dis-ap-point-ment: the feeling of sadness caused by But the computer turns on and the fans run and everything which leads me to believe it is not the motherboard. Perhaps I was stressing the board more than I had thought.

Need Help! So unplugging the CPU and then powering up would not tell me anything that I can use for diagnostics. 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. But I have this GIGANTIC like 2kg cpu cooler, it's huge I'm not even kidding.

I went through a similar fate: -PC wouldn't power up at all, thus suspected CPU. -Replaced CPU, still wouldn't power up, tired another PSU, still nothing. Memory was running cool, the VRM cooler seemed decent. Asus ROG VIII Formula, good psu, good mobo. Thanks!

I was also trying to get my Mushkin Redline 2400Mhz ram to OC - which may have been silly and a pointless endeavor. I edited the voltage (to 2.5000 like I said), saved the settings and exited the BIOS. 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. Thanks guys.

need help! See if it's black, and if any pins are black or melted... So my question to you guys is: is my CPU fried or is my mobo fried? MSI mobo's are generally hit or miss. #4 UNhooked, May 15, 2013 jacktesterson Diamond Member Joined: Sep 28, 2001 Messages: 5,490 Likes Received: 2 Haven't had time to test this

Figured it must be motherboard. -Replaced motherboard, still wouldn't power up. It went nuts and started going on and off like before. it is...because its addictive! Hexacore Whore (14 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics1055t 125w @ 3.5Gigabyte GA-890GPA UD3-H rev 1.0 F7cMSI R6950 PE OC Unlocked shadersMSI R6950 PE OC Locked shaders :(RAMHard

Help plz Did I Just Fry A Motherboard? - Help Needed solved Did I fry it?!?!

Do not attempt to circumvent this rule by any means. HELP! permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]usaf9211[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)Whew that's a relief. Like completely off.

Can't find your answer ? Dec 22, 2014 at 11:43 PM #1 adepolo New Member Joined: Dec 22, 2014 Messages: 1 (0.00/day) Thanks Received: 0 I was able to get into the BIOS on my computer Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? solved Did I fry my CPU?

I've already had some PSU's test good when they weren't.This is why fixing a PC is such a pain; if you don't have access to a second working setup it's next I went through a similar fate: -PC wouldn't power up at all, thus suspected CPU. -Replaced CPU, still wouldn't power up, tired another PSU, still nothing. MAN! It's all in order now, after replacing my video card and SSD.

ALSO my BIOS is the current version (I had to re-flash soon after building the PC as it became corrupt). Next time, get a Gigabyte or an ASrock, with 8+2 phases, if you want to OC. Get the answer Tabris DarkPeaceAug 1, 2013, 7:50 AM Todays processors all have internal thermal diodes and self regulate.You can take the heatsink off the processor while playing or running Prime95 It's so easy to over look / forget the simple things (I do that at times), or to over think things.

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Rule #4 Screenshots of Reddit, Facebook, Youtube, and other site's comments should have the usernames blacked out (including yours). 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 AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Home Forums > Hardware and Technology > CPUs and Overclocking > Toggle Width Style Anandtech default style Home Contact Us Help Terms and Rules Stick to the Rules, and make sure you vote for the content that you want to see more of. **Etiquette** Follow the Universal Rules and keep content focused on appropriate topics

See if it's black, and if any pins are black or melted...