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Originally Posted by 21cage12 View Post

What I was thinking is we can overclock in the bios because if you do so it does show your overclocked ( adding the stock clocked and give you the total). After this (overlooking in the bios) then you install your windows.

I have not tried this idea though, so I am not sure if it will work. it could.

But when installing windows you won't know if your CPU is stable at that clock, so you could run into issues regarding your windows install, and plus it still wouldn't show the OC value as that is read by the basic info on the chip.