Question After memory OC, no post

NetMelc

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Sep 10, 2016
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So I just built my new 3700X PC today, had all my games installed, all the drivers, and I even had my 4.3 GHz OC running very stable.

Went into the BIOS to change my fan speeds, and then tried to overclock my memory (16 2x8GB TridentZ RGB 3200 MHz) to 3400 MHz just to see if it would boot into Windows

Looks like it doesn't... but now it's not even going into the BIOS. I don't know what to do, tried reseating the RAM in but haven't ever had this problem before. Is there a chance I killed my RAM?

Specs :
MB : Msi X570 Gaming Plus
CPU : Ryzen 3700X
RAM : 16 2x8GB TridentZ RGB 3200 MHz

Thanks in advance,

NetMelc
 

ConanLock

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May 22, 2019
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You should reset the BIOS to restore defaults. To do this:
•Unplug the PSU from the mains
•On your motherboard, locate the CMOS battery (round and silver) and remove this
•Hold the PC power button for ~10 seconds
•Put the CMOS battery back in
•Plug the PC back into mains.
This will reset all of the overclocks, time and date, boot order, and anything else you changed, so you will have to set everything up again in the BIOS.
 

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