Question Transfering Prebuilt Into New Case

Lutfij

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Might I ask why you want to transfer the parts into a new case? Your board looks like an matx board and it only has two slots of ram. Can you share a CPU-Z screenshot for us to see what chipset your board is equipped with? From the looks of it, I think the board doesn't allow overclocking, did you change the stock processor on the prebuilt?
 
Oct 21, 2019
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Im in school atm but if you add me on discord I can send you screenshots of all the parts case and cpu-z and anything else that you will need
 
is there a reason you're wanting to do this? You're only spending money with no gain in any performance.

You also might have to buy a new copy of windows as well, not sure on the transfer from an HP computer to and aftermarket motherboard.
 
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Might I ask why you want to transfer the parts into a new case? Your board looks like an matx board and it only has two slots of ram. Can you share a CPU-Z screenshot for us to see what chipset your board is equipped with? From the looks of it, I think the board doesn't allow overclocking, did you change the stock processor on the prebuilt?

Hey @Lutfij would you mind adding me on discord and hopping into a voice call for a bit so i can help explain and just tell you what the problem and my reasoning for it
 
Oct 21, 2019
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is there a reason you're wanting to do this? You're only spending money with no gain in any performance.

You also might have to buy a new copy of windows as well, not sure on the transfer from an HP computer to and aftermarket motherboard.

@faalin Hey man would you mind adding me on discord and hopping into a voice call for a bit so i can help explain and just tell you what the problem and my reasoning for it .
 

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