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Question about overdrive feature in gaming

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I have a question for anyone that can help me. i want to use the overdrive feature in the global settings for games but i dont know what will be safe for the system i have.  i have an intel i-5 4460 with a r9 380 sapphire nitro 4gb with an 520w bronze certified seasonic and a asrock h-97 anniversary edition motherboard

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Re: Question about overdrive feature in gaming

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You would have to test it there is no set solution that would be ideal for everyone since if there were we would just use that and nobody would need to adjust anything.

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ok  thank you very much it helped with the power limit bar but didn't really tell me all what I need to do exactly. I have never oc before so I don't want to mess anything up

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As I said, if you read the responses to the post, setting the max power limit is not overclocking. If you want to overclock, use google...there are thousands of how-to's there. Remember that OC voids your warranty.

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