Optimize Processor Chip Compromise System Capability

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If I change my current processor chip into a new one, a different model and a new version, and  it is close relatively meets the specification of the motherboard, does my system net BIOS will change its settings as well as CMOS properties?

How about the other hardware will they be affected too?

Please give an answer regarding the matter.

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Answered By 565040 points N/A #86090

Optimize Processor Chip Compromise System Capability

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If you upgraded your processor to a much newer version, it will not affect any of the hardware's settings either in the BIOS or in Windows' installed devices. Much better if you already updated the BIOS so that newer devices can be configured easily. The BIOS will just adapt the newly installed processor and configures it.

All of the hardware’s settings in Windows will still be the same. The computer will now process much faster than before and there is an improvement in its overall performance in terms of computing. But there are older programs that can not adapt to faster processors and will cause some serious errors when used.

Answered By 10 points N/A #86092

Optimize Processor Chip Compromise System Capability

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It can really cause in many cases if your processor is of some  other type or it is from some other company then may be BIOS do not work in this case.

But if you are simply replacing your Processor then you can plug it and it will work fine in this case. If you are getting some problem in booting your system then you can change your BIOS or can update them also. It will be better if you first check your BIOS properties and then plug it with your processor.

In case you are using a same company processor then you can simply plug it and then can check it is it working of not. If it is working fine with your BIOS then good but if you get some error then you need to change your BIOS. It really depends on your system properties.

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