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I'm new to this. i OC my computer. but when i turn it off then turn it back on my
cpu reset's to stock setting's, can someone tell me why?
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Are you OCing in the Bios or using a program to do it?
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Yeah, if you overclock in windows you will loose your setting every time you restart. If you make your changes in the BIOS they will remain the same after power off.
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as long as you save and exit with changes in BIOS
    
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as long as you save and exit with changes in BIOS
Yeah, but that's a little retard-proof. . . I think.
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If you use a progam in Windows(like those from Gigabyte), it won't be saved. You have to OC from the BIOS, then it will be save.
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ok,i know to use the BIO's, i'm not that noob, but it's not saving to cmos i guess
when i shut down then restart it is back to stock setting's. everything else i changed in BIO's is what i set it to at save.
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post #9 of 9
maybe your bios are "safe" and you're suiciding it and it doesn't like it. . lol

edit: more likely than not there is something wrong with your cmos battery. check that first. it's round and silvery, can't miss it.
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