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Pc doesent boot up after oc help

I5 4690k

1.2 vcore

46 multiplier, just as linus advised in hes video. Now pc wont boot up, not even to bios. Is it broken or wtf? Help

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No it's not broken. Unless you did adaptive with an offest of +1.2V rather than manual/static 1.2V.

 

Clear the CMOS. An easy way to do that on any board is to take that small battery out and disconnect the power supply for 1 minute.

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No it's not broken. Unless you did adaptive with an offest of +1.2V rather than manual/static 1.2V.

Clear the CMOS. An easy way to do that on any board is to take that small battery out and disconnect the power supply for 1 minute.

I didnt see offset or adaptive.
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I didnt see offset or adaptive.

 

As above remove all power and take out the small circle battery on your motherboard and leave it for 5 mins or so. Place the battery back in and power it on. The BIOS should be reset to defaults now.

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just as linus advised in hes video

All CPU's are different you're not going to get the same overclock as him xc

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All CPU's are different you're not going to get the same overclock as him xc

Would the mobo let me put 1.2v offset? Makes no sence since it would just kill any cpu
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Would the mobo let me put 1.2v offset? Makes no sence since it would just kill any cpu

not sure I don't mess with offsets, I only do vcore

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The silicon lottery means your chance of getting the exact same overclock with the same setting as Linus is slim.

 

Reset the BIOS (either by bridging two pins on your motherboard or pressing a button, refer to your motherboard manual to know how... or by unplugging the PSU, pressing the power button(to remove the remaining power), removing the small/round lithium battery from the motherboard and waiting 30 minutes or so.)

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What he's talking about is that he did that to check how good of an overclocker he'd got... If it doesn't boot with 1.200V at 4.6GHz it's a below the average overclocking chip as Linus says.

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