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Thread: Gigabayte GA-890FXA-UD5, will not ignite after the OC

  1. #1
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    Jan 2011

    Angry Gigabayte GA-890FXA-UD5, will not ignite after the OC

    greetings from Croatian, sorry form my english :)

    My pc: Gigabayte GA-890FXA-UD5, AMD X6 1055T, Corsais 4GB DDR3 1666mhz, Saphire 6870hd, 750W PSU XFX, bran new- 2 weaks old.

    Some day I up date bios on the motherboard, through gigabayte's software in Windows, and now I run AMD Overdrive (OC program, out of pure curiosity, it's been 8 years since I OC my old PC) and the chosen level of OC-a (0-10, chose 3, APPLY), component is shut down and did not light up, just shook his fans (on chassis, processor, power supply), and turn off the pc

    I tried to clear CMOS, remove the graphics / shoulder and turned on but nothing (only the fans and shook off the comp). I combined the power of the old comp and works OK!

    PC should be turned on without the memory and graphics cards, but will not, broke up for a second then turns off

    What should I do, whether she went or motherboard?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2010

    Default Re: Gigabayte GA-890FXA-UD5, will not ignite after the OC

    Hi there,

    I know that you say that you have cleared CMOS but I would suggest that you do it again as sometimes it doesn't always work. Check here: How to CLEAR CMOS? for the best way to clear CMOS.

    If that doesn't work and you still can't get your PC to fire up try kicking in the Back-up BIOS by following these steps:
    Shutdown the PC by switching off the PSU at the wall socket.
    Hold down your case power button and then turn the power supply back on, a few seconds later the board will start, immediately shut off the power supply.
    When you turn on the power supply and power up the board normally DualBIOS should kick in.

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