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Overclocking saved in bios?

Guest Aaron

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I have a Limited warenty on my 9300 so..

If my card craps out and i have to send it in to them is their any way for them to know i was overclocking it? They tell you to remove your hard drive before sending it to them so they will have know idea what was installed beforehand.

I guess my question is; are the overclocking settings for coolbits stored in software on the HD, or on the cards/pc bios? Will they be able to recover that info (will they even check?) and deny me a replacement?

i got a feeling their on the bios but im hoping not :)

Thanks, Aaron.

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ok i have to correct myself:

yes the OC values are stored on your HD, to be detailed in your XP registry! and only here, therefore you'd better take out that HD :)

hope that helps

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