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Clearing out the old.

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OK so I've been having some issues with both my registry's on my dual boot system. Long story short I've messed about swapping drives deleting and recovering OS's I've mucked the lot up lol.

Anyway I'm about to do away with my dual boot, and install a fresh new HDD and install a fresh OS on it. My question is, is there anything that will be left over from my previous OS's or is just installing a new OS enough??
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 2500k oc'd 4.2 msi GD53 Superclocked Gtx 480 + gtx 460 for physx 4gb Corsair Vengance 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
1.25TB LG dvd rom/ram Windows 7 x64 Ultimate Nvidia Edition 24"hd lcd hdmi 1920x1080 
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Saitek Eclipse 2 Ocz 1000 watt modular Power Cool Avenger Sharkoon fireglider 
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If you format the thing there will be nothing on it.
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