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ASUS m5a97 R2.0

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June 23, 2013 6:21:55 PM

Okay so I was in the bios settings as I was thinking about overclocking my CPU. I saw an option called D.O.C.P and it said that it will automatically set the computer to the best settings possible or something of the sorts. So I enabled this and then rebooted. The computer turns on for about 3 seconds then turns off and then back on but after it turns back on I get no input to my monitor whatsoever. How Can I resolve this issue? The computer was working perfectly before I changed it to this.

MOBO: ASUS M5A97 R2.0
CPU: FX 8120
GPU: EVGA GTX 660 SC
PSU: 500W
RAM: 2x4gb

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June 23, 2013 6:30:34 PM

Click the reset bios button on the motherboard and come back afterwards.
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June 23, 2013 6:31:59 PM

The D.O.C.P. is the memory overclock. A chosen profile must match your sticks exact timings. See if you can use the DirectKey

"A Dedicated Button to Access the BIOS Directly
Designed for those requiring frequent BIOS access, users can easily enter the BIOS automatically when the PC is on standby power with the simple press of a button. It saves you time during boot-up from having to repeatedly press the DEL key. Convenience and ease at its best!"
If that will not get you to the bios screen to reset defaults, you will have to reset CMOS jumper pin and reboot.
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June 23, 2013 6:41:12 PM

Alright so I turned the computer on using the direct key and the same thing happens. It turns on then off then back on with no input into the monitor. How do I go about resetting CMOS jumper pin?
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June 23, 2013 6:51:49 PM

You can simply unplug the power cable, remove the mobo battery, wait about 20-30 seconds and reinsert the battery, go into the BIOS reset Time and date, go to DOCP select the freq of your DRAM and I normally suggest raising the CPU/NB voltage (the MC (memory controller) voltage) about 0.075 or so, then try booting...if still problems what CPU and model # of DRAM, may well be your CPU can't handle full freq of the DRAM (especially if your DRAM is 1866 or better, many 8120s can't handle 1866)
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June 23, 2013 6:55:38 PM

Alright so in the manual for my mobo it was called CLRT or something like that which is why I could not find it at first but I reset. The computer powered on normally, took me to BIOS, and the I restarted the computer and it booted straight to windows. Thanks so much for the help everybody I really appreciate it.
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