Ok PAers, I have a problem. I was overclocking my i5-2500k on an ASUS p8p67 Pro (rev 3) board following THIS
guide. I basically followed the steps in the images except my multiplier wasn't as high because ironically I didn't want to ruin anything. Upon finishing it and applying settings/restarting the computer it brought up a screen that said "Warning CPU temperature too high. Warning CPU voltage too high. Press f1 to go to setup."
I went to setup and after a few seconds it froze. I reset it and it took me to the same warning screen and then to setup/BIOS. I clicked the option to restore everything to default and reset.
After that it restarted but never kicked my monitor from standby to on. I tried some simple solutions before I went to bed last night. Resetting CMOS didn't work with either the jumpers or taking out the battery. I let it sit for the night and while I was at work today. I got back and tried the simple solutions again. I currently have everything unplugged except for my CPU and the Corsair H70 I have cooling it and I have no idea what to do now.
powering on like that brought up a cpu post light briefly before switching to the dram_led. Putting one stick in didn't change anything. The motherboard has a "MemOK" button which is supposed to reset it. Holding that down made it start blinking for about 30 seconds then at the end of that it went back to a solid light. Now the Dram_Led stays lit for a while, briefly flashes to the CPU_led and then back to the ram light.
I don't really know what to do now. Any help or guidance would be appreciated.
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