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How will we OC GPU in STEAM OS?

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has Msi AB or any other company announced they will step up to the plate yet?
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Back to bios flashes so adjusting before the OS boots.
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It's Linux based right? Just use nvclock or the appropriate AMD overclocking tool. You should be able to install those and run those at start-up.
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Originally Posted by Rothen View Post

It's Linux based right? Just use nvclock or the appropriate AMD overclocking tool. You should be able to install those and run those at start-up.

thanks lets hope it all runs smoothly with Steam OS, one of the benfits to win 8 is everything from MSI AB HW MOnitor, etc seem to run smooth...
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