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    Cmo file

    I found this over clock for the i7-9700k, but I want to see what the differences is between this and mine. He made a text file of his UEFI, and I just can't seem to find anything out there on the web that will allow me to read mine into a text file and compare. Does anyone know how I read my cmo from a text file.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timlab View Post
    I found this over clock for the i7-9700k, but I want to see what the differences is between this and mine. He made a text file of his UEFI, and I just can't seem to find anything out there on the web that will allow me to read mine into a text file and compare. Does anyone know how I read my cmo from a text file.
    Thanks
    The CMO file is not a text file, that's why you can't read it with something like notepad.

    Ctrl + F2= TEXT FILE
    F2 = CMO FILE.
    Last edited by no1yak; 10-30-2020 at 05:31 PM.

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