I took the battery out for like ten mins then put it back and everything was at stock and no luck. Just find it weird how it did work when I put it in the first time and it also worked with svid set to worst case scenario which probably means it needs more volts to run at stock.I believe that CPU is damaged.
Have you tried completely doing a CMOS hard reset and then at the default configuration running the Intel diagnostic utility? If it can't run at the stock configuration, then it is bad or the motherboard is bad. Nothing else to it really unless there are other factors like a CPU cooler cranked down too tightly, standoffs in the wrong location under the motherboard (Or loose fasteners) or some non-standard reason. If none of those exist, then the CPU is bad and if it can be, should be RMA'd to Intel. Perhaps the seller can give you the original purchase information and you can then RMA the CPU.
I did try it with hyper threading disabled and it didn’t work either. Am probably just going to try and sell it as it is and see what I can get for itAt stock, it should AUTO configure the voltage in a predetermined range. If it can't POST or run stable within that predetermined range that is assigned by Intel based on many hundreds of hours (Or more) of testing configurations, then there is a problem with the CPU. That problem COULD be that one or two cores are faulty. It happens, though rarely. And if that's the case then it's possible that if there is a core that's faulty it is the core and it's hyperthread that you are disabling, in which case if you don't mind a gimped CPU, it can work. I just personally wouldn't trust anything done with it other than gaming. No critical data, numbers crunching, conversion of audio or video, nothing that might be affected by instability and corruption. And even then, for gaming, I wouldn't trust that whatever game files are saved repeatedly or whatever won't also become corrupted over time.
It's simply not worth the risk, no more than running a bad overclock on your CPU or memory would be worth the risk.
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