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Using EVGA Precision X To Overclock Graphic Cards

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Published on Apr 23, 2012

Disclaimer: Overclocking a graphic card might void the warranty which covers the graphic card, therefore you should not overclock your graphic card unless you don't care about losing your graphic card's warranty. Overclocking always comes with certain risks, and some risks might even be effectively destroyed your graphic card. You should know that by following the instruction within this video, you're overclocking your graphic card at your own risks. You cannot blamed me for showing you how to use Precision X to overclock your graphic card since you have been warned! If you aren't sure, I suggest you stay away from overclocking your graphic card with Precision X.

EVGA has a tool known as Precision X which allows you to overclock whatever graphic cards that are supported by EVGA. To the best of my knowledge, many GTX graphic cards are supported by EVGA Precision X. Nonetheless, you can visit EVGA official website and it will ask you for the graphic card manufacturer and model version before it will allow you to download the Precision X software. I guess the EVGA folks want to make sure you have the graphic card that will be supported by Precision X.

Within this video, I will briefly talk about how to use Precision X. I've been using it to overclock my own graphic card, and so I've thought it would be cool to show you that overclocking a graphic card can be done easily with the use of Precision X. Nonetheless, you should not try Precision X unless you dare to take the risks of damaging your graphic card when something bad happens. The more you know about overclocking a graphic card the better you're equipped to use Precision X. Of course, Precision X will not work with graphic cards that aren't meant to be supported by Precision X. Anyhow, please enjoy the video right after the break!

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