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What is AUX voltage in Afterburner?

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What is AUX voltage and what is it used for? And when would I need to raise it? I have a MSI 660 ti PE OC.
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i7 6700K Gigabyte Z170X Gaming 7 EVGA GTX 1080 SC Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200 
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Kingston Hyper X Swiftech H220 Windows 10 ACER GN246HL 
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Its the phase locked loop (PLL) voltage. When you cant go higher on the OC it can help stabilize that last few MHz. Sometimes adjusting higher helps sometimes adjusting lower helps, its a try it and see what works kinda deal.
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