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So I've been studying for the A+ and I just found this out myself... We don't overclock using the BIOS! No one does (unless your on a gimped board with a custom BIOS to enable overclocking options in the CMOS setup)

When you start your computer and hit Del, F1, F2, F10 (Or god forbid you're on an older machine hitting Ctrl-Alt-Ins) you aren't going into the BIOS. You're in your CMOS Setup.

The BIOS is an EEPROM (maybe ROM if it's old enough) chip on your motherboard that controls how your computer communicates with some of the basic hardware components in your system.

The CMOS Setup is what you are changing when you set things like the Date/Time, boot sequence, or all your precious OCing stuff the CMOS is a chip on the board that stores those settings in CMOS RAM. This CMOS RAM is volatile, hence the need for a battery.

Wrap your head around that
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Originally Posted by Modki View Post
So I've been studying for the A+ and I just found this out myself... We don't overclock using the BIOS! No one does (unless your on a gimped board with a custom BIOS to enable overclocking options in the CMOS setup)

When you start your computer and hit Del, F1, F2, F10 (Or god forbid you're on an older machine hitting Ctrl-Alt-Ins) you aren't going into the BIOS. You're in your CMOS Setup.

The BIOS is an EEPROM (maybe ROM if it's old enough) chip on your motherboard that controls how your computer communicates with some of the basic hardware components in your system.

The CMOS Setup is what you are changing when you set things like the Date/Time, boot sequence, or all your precious OCing stuff the CMOS is a chip on the board that stores those settings in CMOS RAM. This CMOS RAM is volatile, hence the need for a battery.

Wrap your head around that
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Originally Posted by Modki View Post
So I've been studying for the A+ and I just found this out myself... We don't overclock using the BIOS! No one does (unless your on a gimped board with a custom BIOS to enable overclocking options in the CMOS setup)

When you start your computer and hit Del, F1, F2, F10 (Or god forbid you're on an older machine hitting Ctrl-Alt-Ins) you aren't going into the BIOS. You're in your CMOS Setup.

The BIOS is an EEPROM (maybe ROM if it's old enough) chip on your motherboard that controls how your computer communicates with some of the basic hardware components in your system.

The CMOS Setup is what you are changing when you set things like the Date/Time, boot sequence, or all your precious OCing stuff the CMOS is a chip on the board that stores those settings in CMOS RAM. This CMOS RAM is volatile, hence the need for a battery.

Wrap your head around that
Hai guys, im new here. from what you said, can i overclunk my ViDeO CaRd in the bioez to?
post #4 of 38
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Yes actually you can edit your video card's bios and overclock. In fact it's what I did with my old 6600 when vista had no love for ATI Tool/Rivatuner.
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post #5 of 38
Nice one dude...the true clockers do know this...hopefully
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Well done Modki, you deserve a cookie

And I really hope the real OC'ers knew about this... my dad is still correcting me, but I personally think it sounds right to say "via your BIOS"
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post #7 of 38
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I just remember seeing a lot of "Lol you need 2 go into your BIOS and change X setting" and was like "Well I'll be damned!" when I was reading about the whole CMOS/BIOS relationship.
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So how do we "actually" access the bios? I know absolutely nothing of this...I suspeced, since the cmos can be flashed, updated, downgraded, the BIOS itself is not affected. but how do we access teh bios?
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No, you can upgrade and flash the BIOS. The CMOS Setup is what you go into at POST to change options though. Usually a blue screen reminiscent of the old dosshell.
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post #10 of 38
you'll occasionally see me say "You need to reset the CMOS", but bios is the slang that everyone recognizes. Think of the word "radical". We use it to mean someone who really goes overboard, though the true definition of radical is "root" (like saying apple pie is radical to american culture).
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