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  1. Epsile

    Overclocking voltage caused CPU to brick?

    Turns out he fixed it by clearing his C drive, but thank you regardless! I’m sure he’ll use this if he OC’s again.
  2. My friend and I were trying overclocking his CPU past 4.7, and we were messing with the voltage offset because I had heard that it helps to up the voltage. We decided +0.05 would be best because it isn’t a lot (or so we thought), and suddenly the computer blue screened. When we tried booting into windows again, it would stagnate at the same loading ring forever. After a while of messing with the system recovery options, we then decided to restore default UEFI settings to no avail. We then tried installing windows on an external HDD to try and solve the problem and boot from there, but with yet no result. Specs: i7-6700K ASRock Z270 Extreme 4 16 GB DDR4 2133 MHz RAM Corsair RX750 PSU (i think) XFury 256 GB SSD 1 TB 7200 RPM HDD GTX 1080 6 GB (Founders Edition) Corsair H60 Rad. Error codes: 0x80300024 CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR 0xc0000225
  3. Epsile

    No Hard Drive

    I just tried adding a separate SATA power cable to my PSU, and still no dice. Hard drive isn’t even showing up in my partitioning software.
  4. Epsile

    No Hard Drive

    The hard drive just isn’t showing up at all.
  5. Epsile

    No Hard Drive

    Hello, So I just built a new rig. It’s got a Ryzen 5 2600, 16 GB RAM, MSI Radeon RX 580, GA-AB350-GAMING 3, M.2 NVMe 500 GB SSD, 2 TB HDD, CoolerMaster ML360R, as well as a PSU, all inside the Cullinan 500V. My only concerns are with the hard drive (main concern) and my inability to download anything or go onto certain pages. My PSU is a Corsair RM750x, and it came with its SATA power cable, which has its multiple off-ends. I have the main end-port on the hub for the CoolerMaster remote, and I have another plug for the HDD. I’m guessing it’s something to do with that, but I’m not sure. Help?
  6. If it helps any (I appreciate the comments, they’ll help me immensely for budgeting), I’m planning on having this computer for casual gaming on the down-low, but its main purpose will be running algorithms to find large prime numbers. I’m in a group called GIMPS, and large workloads are something I need to be able to run decently.
  7. Alright, so I’m at a pretty bad state right now. I joined here to get suggestions as to how I could improve my system besides just getting a new computer in general: My specs are: AMD Phenom 9500 Quad-Core 2.2 GHz CPU 4 GB DDR2 800 MHz DIMM RAM M2N68-LA (Narra3) Motherboard AMD Radeon R5 220 GPU It’s pretty crud; how would one go about upgrading this rig without spending over $300?