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DaleMcfc

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Hello.

Right, I recently tried overclocking my CPU through the bios settings. After I over clocked it (maybe abit too far) It froze and the monitor just went blank, the pC turned off then nothing happened. I turned the PC back on yet there was still nothing on the screen. I hear 2 short beeps after I turn the pC on.

I have tried to remove the cmos jumper and the cmos battery to try and reset the Bios, but no joy.

Does anyone have any ideas?

Thanks
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makinu1der2

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Post the specs of the PC.

MB
RAM
CPU
GPU
PSU brand/wattage
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I've sent it back to the store now, so no worries.

Think I broke my powersupply when I tried fixing the problem with the motherboard, i could smell smoke. Not 100% that its the power supply though. How could I check?
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