Do unparked CPU cores become parked when you swap out your motherboard?
Hopefully the question makes sense. I can't exactly word it that well.
The reason I'm asking is that I had an old motherboard and I had unparked my CPU cores on it (I heard that I could get better performance from BF4 and reduce stuttering/lag in-game). I had to replace it due to a wobbly SATA port. I got my new motherboard and installed it and when I started playing BF4, I would go from 70fps down to 19-25 fps for about 3-4 seconds and would get this horrible stuttering. Recently I reinstalled Win 7 thinking that would fix it but it didn't. Just now I checked my CPU cores and 4 out of the 8 cores were in a parked state again.
TL;DR So, say you had an older motherboard and on it you have unparked all your CPU cores. You decide to buy and install a new motherboard. Will then the unparked cores become parked again because of the new mobo?