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Did i burn my cpu?

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Yes i did and my bad for the ryzen 270 part i edited it

Hi,I need help figuring out what’s wrong with my computer.

 

I built this machine like two weeks ago(my first one)

Amd ryzen 7 2700

gtx 1660 ti

16gb ram

 

I tried overclocking my gpu which went just fine. I also tried overclocking my cpu and i think i overvolted or did something wrong. I tried to go up to 3.8ghz(base 3.2ghz and max 4.1ghz) i set the voltage to  around 1.2625.My pc shut down and restarted,when i went back to ryzen master it said that the overclock was unstable anf my settings were back to default.Now i keep getting BSoD eveytime i try to run games like warzone or rainbow six,sometimes even when watching youtube vids or doing school work.

I reset my computer,installed a clean version of windows,reinstalled my drivers,troubleshooted,even changed my C drive but still nothing worked. I ran stress tests and everything went great,but when i stress tested the cpu it gave me BSoD

 

What do i do? Did i burn my cpu? Help

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1 minute ago, Bad overclockee said:

Hi,I need help figuring out what’s wrong with my computer.

 

I built this machine like two weeks ago(my first one)

Amd ryzen 7 270

gtx 1660 ti

16gb ram

 

I tried overclocking my gpu which went just fine. I also tried overclocking my cpu and i think i overvolted or did something wrong. I tried to go up to 3.8ghz(base 3.2ghz and max 4.1ghz) i set the voltage to  around 1.2625.My pc shut down and restarted,when i went back to ryzen master it said that the overclock was unstable anf my settings were back to default.Now i keep getting BSoD eveytime i try to run games like warzone or rainbow six,sometimes even when watching youtube vids or doing school work.

What do i do? Did i burn my cpu? Help

Never heard of the ryzen 270 if you don't mean 2700 have you tried updating bios reinstalling windows / games

Reminder⚠️

I'm just speaking from experience so what I say may not work 100%

Please try searching up the answer before you post here but I am always glad to help

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4 minutes ago, Bad overclockee said:

Hi,I need help figuring out what’s wrong with my computer.

 

I built this machine like two weeks ago(my first one)

Amd ryzen 7 270

gtx 1660 ti

16gb ram

 

I tried overclocking my gpu which went just fine. I also tried overclocking my cpu and i think i overvolted or did something wrong. I tried to go up to 3.8ghz(base 3.2ghz and max 4.1ghz) i set the voltage to  around 1.2625.My pc shut down and restarted,when i went back to ryzen master it said that the overclock was unstable anf my settings were back to default.Now i keep getting BSoD eveytime i try to run games like warzone or rainbow six,sometimes even when watching youtube vids or doing school work.

What do i do? Did i burn my cpu? Help

That overclock doesnt seem like it should kill your cpu. Have you cleared your cmos etc? What troubleshooting have you done?

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Clear CMOS, boot into Windows, run a chkdsk /r. Probably want to reinstall the video drivers afterwards as well. Maybe run memtest 86+ as well, check your RAM. Something isn't right, and you want to start ruling things out.

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Clear CMOS, does issue go away?

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17 minutes ago, Bad overclockee said:

Hi,I need help figuring out what’s wrong with my computer.

 

I built this machine like two weeks ago(my first one)

Amd ryzen 7 2700

gtx 1660 ti

16gb ram

 

I tried overclocking my gpu which went just fine. I also tried overclocking my cpu and i think i overvolted or did something wrong. I tried to go up to 3.8ghz(base 3.2ghz and max 4.1ghz) i set the voltage to  around 1.2625.My pc shut down and restarted,when i went back to ryzen master it said that the overclock was unstable anf my settings were back to default.Now i keep getting BSoD eveytime i try to run games like warzone or rainbow six,sometimes even when watching youtube vids or doing school work.

I reset my computer,installed a clean version of windows,reinstalled my drivers,troubleshooted,even changed my C drive but still nothing worked. I ran stress tests and everything went great,but when i stress tested the cpu it gave me BSoD

 

What do i do? Did i burn my cpu? Help

Clear CMOS. Step one. Test. If that fixes it, hooray! 

 

If that does nothing, go into a Command Prompt window (as an admin) and type:

 

sfc /scannow

 

Exactly as it appears. It will give you a message at the end saying that no integrity violations were found (your OS is fine), that violations were found and corrected (your OS is fine now) or that they couldn't be resolved (your OS has a death timer). If the last option is what it shows, reset Windows and keep your files. You'll have to reinstall your programs, but you won't lose any of your data, and that should resolve it.

Sincerely,

 

me

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11 minutes ago, aisle9 said:

Clear CMOS. Step one. Test. If that fixes it, hooray! 

 

If that does nothing, go into a Command Prompt window (as an admin) and type:

 

sfc /scannow

 

Exactly as it appears. It will give you a message at the end saying that no integrity violations were found (your OS is fine), that violations were found and corrected (your OS is fine now) or that they couldn't be resolved (your OS has a death timer). If the last option is what it shows, reset Windows and keep your files. You'll have to reinstall your programs, but you won't lose any of your data, and that should resolve it.

i actually haven’t cleard Cmos but i have done everything else that you mentioned and thank u for your help i appreciate it

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18 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

Clear CMOS, does issue go away?

i actually haven’t cleared CMOS,will do it now,thank u for the help i appreciate it

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22 minutes ago, barkydoggo said:

Clear CMOS, boot into Windows, run a chkdsk /r. Probably want to reinstall the video drivers afterwards as well. Maybe run memtest 86+ as well, check your RAM. Something isn't right, and you want to start ruling things out.

I’ll try that now thank you for the help i appreciate it

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27 minutes ago, rahl97 said:

That overclock doesnt seem like it should kill your cpu. Have you cleared your cmos etc? What troubleshooting have you done?

I have done everything like start repair reinstalling my drivers reinstalling windows, chkdsk etc. But i haven’t cleard Cmos i’ll try that now. Thank you for the help

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4 hours ago, Bad overclockee said:

Hi,I need help figuring out what’s wrong with my computer.

 

I built this machine like two weeks ago(my first one)

Amd ryzen 7 2700

gtx 1660 ti

16gb ram

 

I tried overclocking my gpu which went just fine. I also tried overclocking my cpu and i think i overvolted or did something wrong. I tried to go up to 3.8ghz(base 3.2ghz and max 4.1ghz) i set the voltage to  around 1.2625.My pc shut down and restarted,when i went back to ryzen master it said that the overclock was unstable anf my settings were back to default.Now i keep getting BSoD eveytime i try to run games like warzone or rainbow six,sometimes even when watching youtube vids or doing school work.

I reset my computer,installed a clean version of windows,reinstalled my drivers,troubleshooted,even changed my C drive but still nothing worked. I ran stress tests and everything went great,but when i stress tested the cpu it gave me BSoD

 

What do i do? Did i burn my cpu? Help

thank you everyone i reset my cmos and it works fine until now

 

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23 hours ago, Bad overclockee said:

thank you everyone i reset my cmos and it works fine until now

 

Just to clarify: are you still having issues? Or did the CMOS reset fix it?

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