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can i overclock my cpu on another mobo and bring it back?

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well a couple months back i bought this pos acer pc because mother refused to trust me with building my own pc , my friend recently built his own am2+ machine and i wished to know if i could take my athlon ii 215 , put it on his pc and over clock it then bring it back ? the reason for this is that its completely bottlenecking my 4670 which is sad -_- , any help?
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It would just go back to default when you put it back, since the settings are based on the motherboard. (I think..)
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what do u mean bring it back?
    
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lol no the bios on your motherboard is what holds the OC not your processor so no you cant do that you would have to OC it on your motherboard
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i dont think you can, beacuse it has to be the same motherboard that it was overclocked in
    
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Uh... Yes. Just don't go overboard like Kurt Russell did.

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post #7 of 27
OC settings are saved in the CMOS of the motherboard.
They will not be applicable if you swap boards or clear CMOS.
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No not possible, as CMOS in the mobo allows you to save the overclock settings for that particular mobo. It is not embedded on the CPU, in other words its the mobo that does the overclocking.
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It would just go back to default when you put it back, since the settings are based on the motherboard. (I think..)


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Wait you mean bring it back and have it overclocked??? HAHAHA no.
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