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Create an account on Neowin to contribute and support the site. And now there is a weird beeping noise in the motherboard? I cleared CMOS so i can reset bios to the default settings. But it doesn't work. Can anybody help me? You raised too much the cpu clock withouth increasing the voltage.

Remove the battery on you mobo, then unplug the power cable. Try to turn on the pc to discharge any static damn, dunno how it's said in English, hope you understood what I mean. Then insert back the battery, plug the power cable back and turn the rig on. It should safely boot. BTW, I just noticed that you clocked the ram to You can't increase the clock of the ram, you can just level the higher to the lower.

I checked the heat in the PC health status in bios just before it crashed. The cpu was running at 41 C and in WindowsXp, i used a program called speed fan 4.

If you don't want to open the case you could try pressing page up as the system is booting as this should change to default the CPU and memory setting.

The screen is just blank. Thus, nothing is posting. And, I know for experience, let me add that I had a Duron overclocked to peltier watercooled and I know how much a AMD cpu can get hot Yes, W should be more than sufficient. Try to do what Paulladle said I didn't know that trick, thanks! If that doesn't work try what I said. If that doesn't work either Well, my only suggestion would be to try the cpu on another mobo to see if it's fried or not You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.

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Does the ECS K7SEM mobo support AGP cards that arent Nvidia chipset?

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The specs for K7SEM comes in these configurations with a retail price tag. This full-featured mainstream Motherboard enhances the previous generation ECSElitegroupComputer models with the chipsets and new levels of customization. The specs of Motherboard shows full configuration information. Even with its form factor design, the K7SEM doesn't skimp on performance offering the ideal blend of power and efficiency.


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