SSD OS migration to new CPU/MB

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    Pantz said: View Post
    Hello and thanks for your info winuser, that is the option i am going to take and hope that i do not run into any major issues

    Thanks
    Glad to help. It's definitively worth a try. If for some reason it doesn't work you can always do the clean install. Let us know how it goes.
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    Hello all. well in preparation on moving my SSD with win 10 i installed my new CPU and MB into an old Case and booted up which is all i could do for tonight, i did get it to boot into the BIOS, so it looks like i wired everything right.
    I will install the SSD/OS that i am currently on tomorrow, i am 1\2 way there

    Thanks for everyone suggestions
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    Hello all. well in preparation on moving my SSD with win 10 i installed my new CPU and MB into an old Case and booted up which is all i could do for tonight, i did get it to boot into the BIOS, so it looks like i wired everything right.
    I will install the SSD/OS that i am currently on tomorrow, i am 1\2 way there

    Thanks for everyone suggestions
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  4.    #14

    Looks good so far.
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    Hello well it worked, i need to go into bios to check temps

    thanks for everyone's advice
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    Hmm - supercooled quantum computing? You've achieved better than absolute zero!
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    Hello LMAO no not as yet. but i was able to get it to 6.0MHZ on air cooling
    I did panic for a sec when i saw that .. but then checked BIOS and everything is ok
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    Glad to hear that it worked.
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    Thanks winuser
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    Hello again now all i have to do is clean out my Original Case and install the MB , oh BTW i also picked this up

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