|"I know i shouldnt have been messin with things i dnt know about" |
Exactly right! You obviously never overclocked an AMD system before because you did it 100% wrong.
There are numerous settings that have to be changed...you can't just double the CPU frequency & expect the system is gonna boot up afterwards, even if you did lower the CPU multiplier. Whenever you change the CPU frequency, it causes a chain reaction of overclocking...RAM, motherboard chipset, PCI-express, etc. You have to change all the other settings to compensate for the increased CPU frequency or the system becomes unbootable (as you found out).
You have to lower the RAM speed, lower the HT multiplier, lock the PCIe at 100MHz, disable Cool 'n' Quiet, disable all Spread Spectrum settings, etc. And you have to realize that there is no FSB so if you change the CPU clock setting from say 16 x 200MHz to 8 x 400MHz, thinking that doubling the CPU frquency will increase the preformance, you are wrong...you will have gained absolutely nothing. Also, you should ALWAYS increase the CPU frequency in small increments of say, 10MHz at a time...NEVER in one huge jump! Basically, you broke every rule in the book.
Do as instructed by johnr above...unplug the power cord, then use the clear CMOS jumper to reset the BIOS to it's defaults. If you're unsure how to do it, check the motherboard manual. Then study up on how to properly overclock an AMD system before you end up doing something that you can't recover from.
Where's the make/model of your motherboard on your list? Since it's a CyberPower system, you *should* have some sort of spec sheet. If you can tell me which board you have, I can walk you thru how to overclock it the right way.