Originally Posted by Lexluethar
I don't think you have many options. If resetting the cmos batter doesn't fix the issue then you'll probably need a new chip (whatever one you were overclocking).
I believe you are going to need a new one anyways, it can't be a BIOS settings since you aren't even getting to the POST screen at startup. Which would lead me to believe you burnt up one of your chipsets.
When I overlclock, if I set the FSB up too high, it will not post, just beep. I clear the CMOS, and it's fine. Not trying to offend you, but I don't know where you get that logic from.