Auto OC from motherboard Tags: Motherboards Overclocking Last response: November 15, 2012 3:03 PM in Overclocking Share hamedmx200x November 15, 2012 10:13:09 AM Hi, I have a MSI 990fxa-gd80 mainboard; and is a button on that for auto overclocking. is it safe to use this button without any settings? and other my hardwares are: CPU: 8150fx with liquid fan, RAM: dual 16gig, VGA: NVIDIA gtx 570, Power AC bell 570W. More about : auto motherboard | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove Z1NONLY Motherboard Authority Overclocking Authority November 15, 2012 3:03:27 PM "Safe" varies from person to person. Auto overclocks tend to use more voltage than needed. I don't use them for this reason. If you are comfortable with adjusting voltages, you could use the auto overclock as a starting point and back the voltage down from there. If not, just avoid the auto OC. | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Overclocking>Auto OC from motherboard> Related ressources: ForumHas ASUS Auto Tune given me a safe OC ? ForumHow high can I safely OC my 2600k on auto voltage? ForumOC Fail? Random Auto -Restart... ForumAsus EZ Mode Auto OC . Good, Bad or Ugly? ForumFirst-time OC 'er. Auto settings possibly dangerous? ForumPlanning on auto oc 'ing sb i7 2600k ForumVoltage of CPU set to manual/ auto in OC ? ForumBoot loop after auto och ForumAsus core unlocker or auto OC tuning? ForumVoltage auto decreasing during Load ForumCan 1600 mhz ddr3 ram work on motherboard that supports 1333 o.c . (Gigabyte GA-G ForumIf my motherboard auto changes the voltages, do I need to change them? ForumComputer locks up fairly often... asus ai suite 2 auto overclocked ForumScary auto tuning question ForumDid I screw my PC up by using Auto -Tune ForumCPU fan clicking? ForumOverclocking Intel Core i5-3570K on Gigabyte GA-H77-DS3H Motherboard ForumCeleron Coppermine - Blast from the Past ForumPC Will not wake from sleep after RAM overclock ForumAdvise needed from you overclock wizards More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !