mozzartusm

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Sep 17, 2004
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Hey guys something has caused my system to stop overclocking. It runs fine at stock speeds, but no matter what I do in BIOS whether it is a FSB increase of 2 or 10 it always boots up at its stock speed. This is a new rig, and it has done fine until now. I have reset CMOS and reseated the RAM along with unplugging various periphreals. Do any of you have some ideas. Is this a possible BIOS corruption?

Intel 3.4 775
Epox EP-5EPA+
Leadtek 6600GT
Corsair XMS PC4000 2x256
Liquid cooled
Antec Truepower 430
 
Sounds like the BIOS battery is either
a) Dead
b) Not making proper contact

Solutions:
a) Replace with new battery
b) Reseat battery in slot

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