Put your cpu back in, take the battery out of the m/board to clear your cmos, leave it out for 10 minutes or so to discharge the cmos, that should set the bios to default, then try firing it up again, I highly doubt you have fried your cpu, I think you have just set the parameters to high for it to boot. Is it an Asus board?
Originally Posted by oleg
That what happens when you OC, expecially by that much!
His oc is not exceptional, granted it is at the high end of an oc on air cooling, but it is not exceptional. I find your comment somewhat amusing considering you started a thread asking how to put a slave drive in your pc