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ECS 680i SLi motherboard problem

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As of today my computer will no longer boot past the post screen, and I'm pretty sure it's my motherboard because the only thing that will post is my CPU but my ram is absent. I have tested the ram in a different PC and it works fine. I have also put different ram into the ECS mobo and it still does not post. This error started after I attempted to OC my Qx6700 to 3.36 GHZ. I had it running stable at 3.2 GHz for at least 12 months now and I know how to OC properly. I also attempted to get my ram frequency up as well. Now I've already done a hard boot of CMOS and have reset the mobo using the jumper. I am getting no error beeps and all lights, green/blue/yellow are lighting up so I'm pretty sure it's not my power supply. Also as I said my CPU does post and the frequency has changed back to stock 2.66 since I reset the Bios manually. So, it seems my motherboard no longer detects ram and am wondering if anyone has any suggestions regarding what I should do... other than contact the manufacturer :). Thanks in Advance
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