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How can I remove power consumption limit in RBE?

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How can I remove power consumption limit in RBE?

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Don't really need to.
Unless your a benchmark whore ._.
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Better off just setting the power control to 20% in Catalyst.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by LethalRise750;13959705 
Better off just setting the power control to 20% in Catalyst.

Does it make any difference in terms of temperatures?
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it might be different.
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