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Hi. I was using an over locking program known as AMD Ryzen Master. I own a HP R3 Tower Desktop PC. AMD Ryzen 3 3200G. Serial #: 2MO0463VVB
Radeon Vega 8 Graphics. Base clock frequency of 3.6 GHZ (maximum boost of 4.0 GHZ). My issue is, i increased the memory clock speed to what i found online was the maximum (1.25 GHZ) and set it and applied and my whole entire pc crashed. Now, when i try to turn it on, it does 3 long beeps and 2 short beeps accompanied by a white flashing LED on the power button. I’ve so far: reseated the RAM stick, taken out the CMOS battery, unplugged everything and replugged it in, and I can’t seem to be able to fix it. My displays stay black (they work perfect) and I can’t access BIOS or anything. Oh, i’ve also tried the whole draining residual energy by unplugging and holding power button. nothing works. any help would be amazing!!
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i tried. it either didn’t work or my pc doesn’t support it. it does 3 total sequences of 3 long beeps then 2 short beeps. then it continues flashing sequences (same as sound) but without the beeping.
 

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There is no safe overclock; all overclocking entails some degree of risk. Have you tried removing the pw cord from the pw supply, discharging the pw supply, then clearing cmos? If not, give that a shot.
You do need to understand that big box systems like hp, dell, etc are NOT designed for any type of overclocking. They lack the heavy duty pw regulation, heavy duty capacitors, extra chipset cooling, etc that you find on a performance motherboard like an asus, asrock, or gigabyte.

Where I used to work, we had something like 4000 or so dells and they did a fine job for what they were designed to do. I would NEVER think of attempting an overclock on one of them.
 

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I'ved edited your post for language. Using profanity has earned you a warning with loss of 1 point. Please be more careful in the future as this is a family friendly site.
There is no safe overclock; all overclocking entails some degree of risk. Have you tried removing the pw cord from the pw supply, discharging the pw supply, then clearing cmos? If not, give that a shot.
You do need to understand that big box systems like hp, dell, etc are NOT designed for any type of overclocking. They lack the heavy duty pw regulation, heavy duty capacitors, extra chipset cooling, etc that you find on a performance motherboard like an asus, asrock, or gigabyte.

Where I used to work, we had something like 4000 or so dells and they did a fine job for what they were designed to do. I would NEVER think of attempting an overclock on one of them.
i already contacted HP. they said they’d fix it. the overclock was perfect at cpu clock speed 4.0GHZ and gpu clock speed 0.8GHZ and the voltage was fine at 1.375 volts but when i messed with the memory clock speed that’s when it went south.
 
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