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When i start my pc it says that overclocking failed

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You need to replace the CMOS battery

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Check the ASUS WEB site for your model motherboard.
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hi

set your bios jumper setting clear it.

load default bios setup take away the cmos cell for 15 minutes and then put it in case.
after 15 minutes your problem is solved
best og luck.

notify me this solution is right or rong

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Lower you CPU clock rate to normal.

Oerclocking can cause internal components to overheat and fail.

Just hope nothing is permanently damaged...

Note; Ensure you system is VERY clean as this will aid to disapate any heat generated by overclocking.

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