View Full Version : REALLY messed up this time!!
04-13-2001, 10:59 PM
i really messed up this time!! i'm overclocking my amd t-bird 1Ghz and i did the pencil trick. The trick worked but this time when i tried to use a 8.5 multiplier it would revert to 8. so i decided maybe i should rub off the pencil lead with my shirt and add more. BIG MISTAKE! now my computer won't boot. It just beeps! grr. does anybody know how to revert what i just did so i wouldn't have to buy a new one.
amd t-bird 1 ghz proc
384 MB PC 133 RAM
and other junk...just ask if u need more info
04-14-2001, 12:22 AM
you didnt get all of the lead off, but you did connect all of the bridges together! Bad move! try using rubbing alcohol to get rid of it.
Also i remember reading about the 8.5 reverting to 8 multiplier. It wasnt your chip, I think I remember it have=ing somehting to do with the bios, and there was an update for it.
04-14-2001, 03:03 PM
Pencil trick? What's this?
The search button must be broke :/
04-15-2001, 11:32 PM
thanks for the tips... but i messed up bigger than wat i did last time.. i put the processor in w/o the heatsink and it started burning...bye bye processor and bye bye motherboard. grrr!
04-16-2001, 07:26 PM
My sorrow goes out for you...
04-16-2001, 11:43 PM
One time, I forgot to plug the stupid fan in, the heatsink was burning hot!!! Luckily the mobo stopped all processes and began to beep. Oh man, that saved me a bunch of money. Sometimes we all make dumb mistakes, and some people are just luckier than others. Better luck next time.
04-16-2001, 11:49 PM
yah...haha total loss on the cpu but i got the mobo replaced coz i juss bought it last friday...maybe i should get one a 1GHZ AXIA chip. what do u guys think? 1ghz 200 or 266 flavor? i want the one that will yield better overclocking results...what do u guys think. And yes, this time i will take the extra hour it takes to strap on the heatsink...GRRR!
04-17-2001, 07:11 AM
definately go for the 266 version.... try to get amd chipset, it has better memoery bandwith
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