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    Posted: 13 Aug 2019 at 3:39pm
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Back in the days I had my CPU OC to 4.4 With +0.90 voltage but something happend few days ago , after a crash my cpu can't be overclocked again , I don't know why , I removed the battery but with no success , I don't know if it my power supply fault or else . I will post a video down below
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Possibly it is tired. These things don't last forever, especially when oc is used.
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Probably . I tried changing the power supply , the same thing also I found that one of ram slots is fried so I'm using just 8gb of ram instead of 16. I'm waiting for someone who have or had the same problem as me.
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As RLGL stated you probably cut the life of your board or cpu by OC'ing it. The 'now' bad mem socket is a sign that the mem controller in the cpu or your board itself (or both) may be reaching their end of life.
https://www.passmark.com/baselines/V9/display.php?id=99573335296
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