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Reviving the cpu

I have overclocked a pc and it didnt work.. i think... so i've try to reset my bios by pulling the battery CMOS out and thean reset my bios. but it still doesn't work ..... Please help me...

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The boards I have seen were overclocked by changing the CPU speeds or the voltages going to the CPU. Change the setting back. When you get into the BIOS setup screen(A lot of them you get into by pressing the delete key when starting up) look for the "Default settings" After clicking on them,save the settings. Thsi wil bring you back to the  Safest board setting according to the board maker. 

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