Question Error -- "The previous overclock settings have failed, system has been restored to it's default settings" ?

Oct 17, 2020
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"All settings were reset to default values.
The previous overclock settings have failed, system has been restored to it's default settings.
Press F1 to enter setup.
Press F2 to load default values and continue.
Press DEL and wait for 5 seconds to enter BIOS setup or press F1/F2 to enter BIOS setup immediately.
Press Alt+L to load last known good configuration values and continue
"

Hey everyone, after I close my pc sometimes it opens again and I get this error and I have to go to Windows again and close it again, it is pretty annoying.
I tried f1, f2 and ALT+L in the error message menu none of them solved the problem also everytime after I get this error I reset bios and only open xmp but it still happens.

My specs:

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CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-9700K CPU @ 3.60GHz
CPU Cooler: NZXT Kraken X72
RAM: Crucial 16gb (2x8) Ballistix 3200mhz Cl16 Ddr4 Ram
GPU: Palit Nvidia GeForce RTX3070 Gaming Pro OC
MB: MSI Z390 GAMING PLUS
SSD:Intel 660p NVMe PCIe M.2 1TB-TRL 646
SSD2:TOSHIBA-TR200 240GB
HDD:Seagate ST1000LM035-1RK172 1TB
Monitor:LC27JG50QQMXUF
PSU: Seasonic Focus Plus SSR-850FX 850W

I am using my rams as a dual channel please help me fix this problem

Also I did overclock with the msi afterburner to my gpu but then I reset it back also I only have xmp on the bios too I dont remember any other overclock

My Programs are:
cFos Speed
Core temp
CPUID CPU-Z
Geeks3d Funmark
Intel extreme tuning ulility (But I didnt do anything there)
Logitech G HUB
MSI Afterburner
MSI SDK
NZXT CAM
Razer Synapse
Rive tuner statistics server
Thunder master
MSI Dragon Center
 
Enter your BIOS and set /revert to 'factory default' settings... (this should remove any BIOS-only induced overclock 'tom-foolery'...

Then select desired XMP profile...

You can run HWMonitor and CPU-Z/bench/stress CPU and observe clock speed behavior...

If all core turbo speeds are above 4.6 GHz under load, then the rig is overlocked for whatever reasons, possibly via some of your other applications. (If you see 4.9 GHz on all cores, for example, that is an indication that MCE is enabled, and, not all 9700K samples are stable at on every mainboard's default core voltage...; you can enable MCE if you wish, but, you should know it's implications/possible side-effects first)

If you wish to OC even slightly, Intel's XTU is a very nice way to take small steps up the OC ladder, as it reverts back to stock defaults in the event of any unclean shutdown/power-off/lock-up/blue-screen, etc.. allowing the most from your CPU while remaining in Balanced Power plan, which allows loafing around at the desktop in 800-1200 MHz clock speeds, but, turbos to max specified turbo under all core loadings...
 
Oct 17, 2020
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Enter your BIOS and set /revert to 'factory default' settings... (this should remove any BIOS-only induced overclock 'tom-foolery'...

Then select desired XMP profile...

You can run HWMonitor and CPU-Z/bench/stress CPU and observe clock speed behavior...

If all core turbo speeds are above 4.6 GHz under load, then the rig is overlocked for whatever reasons, possibly via some of your other applications. (If you see 4.9 GHz on all cores, for example, that is an indication that MCE is enabled, and, not all 9700K samples are stable at on every mainboard's default core voltage...; you can enable MCE if you wish, but, you should know it's implications/possible side-effects first)

If you wish to OC even slightly, Intel's XTU is a very nice way to take small steps up the OC ladder, as it reverts back to stock defaults in the event of any unclean shutdown/power-off/lock-up/blue-screen, etc.. allowing the most from your CPU while remaining in Balanced Power plan, which allows loafing around at the desktop in 800-1200 MHz clock speeds, but, turbos to max specified turbo under all core loadings...
where is the /revert to factory default settings?
 
Oct 17, 2020
65
0
30
0
Enter your BIOS and set /revert to 'factory default' settings... (this should remove any BIOS-only induced overclock 'tom-foolery'...

Then select desired XMP profile...

You can run HWMonitor and CPU-Z/bench/stress CPU and observe clock speed behavior...

If all core turbo speeds are above 4.6 GHz under load, then the rig is overlocked for whatever reasons, possibly via some of your other applications. (If you see 4.9 GHz on all cores, for example, that is an indication that MCE is enabled, and, not all 9700K samples are stable at on every mainboard's default core voltage...; you can enable MCE if you wish, but, you should know it's implications/possible side-effects first)

If you wish to OC even slightly, Intel's XTU is a very nice way to take small steps up the OC ladder, as it reverts back to stock defaults in the event of any unclean shutdown/power-off/lock-up/blue-screen, etc.. allowing the most from your CPU while remaining in Balanced Power plan, which allows loafing around at the desktop in 800-1200 MHz clock speeds, but, turbos to max specified turbo under all core loadings...
if you are talking about returning to default settings I already tried that
 
I would uninstall many of your system apps.
Starting with dragon center , msi apps, XTU, and anything else that you do not fully understand and are not certain you need.
Something is applying a overclock.
If you want to do an overclock, do it yourself in the bios.


CPU-Z and core temp are ok.
 
Oct 17, 2020
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I would uninstall many of your system apps.
Starting with dragon center , msi apps, XTU, and anything else that you do not fully understand and are not certain you need.
Something is applying a overclock.
If you want to do an overclock, do it yourself in the bios.


CPU-Z and core temp are ok.
I think this happened after I did overclock on my gpu using msi afterburner but I revert it back I guess I will reinstall windows again and delete everything
 

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