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Bricked your system overclocking?
.:Cyb3rGlitch:. 
11/7/08 10:14:44 PM
Titan

Quote by Fat_Bodybuilder
A bunch of idiots must be administrating those PCs, if there's no BIOS password.


My mate got a E2200 to 3.0GHz on a school PC. :P

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tantryl 
11/7/08 10:53:08 PM
SuperHero
Immortal


An intersting 2 month bump.

But no, I don't consider a CMOS resetable problem as "bricking". So while for orestes definition of bricking I say Yes, I have, for the more realistic definition of bricking I voted No.

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THUNDERDOG 
12/7/08 8:21:04 AM
Master

The only way i bricked my system was that i oc'd my fx5200 too much and then it slowly stoped working

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mandalore 
16/7/08 4:18:49 PM
Banned
Quote by Fat_Bodybuilder
A bunch of idiots must be administrating those PCs, if there's no BIOS password.



Well yeah.
Most of the computers have BIOS passwords but I found one that didn't. If it did you could just clear the CMOS settings. There may be a jumper on the mobo otherwise you just disconnect all power from the PC and take the mobo battery out for 5 or so minutes and put it back in and all the CMOS settings will be cleared.

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