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Does anyone have any good info on whether PC wizard is a good product to use? it really seems like an all in one system for overclocking.
    
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You don't want to overclock the CPU or ram in windows. Only gpu overclocking should be done outside of BIOS.
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Does anyone have any good info on whether PC wizard is a good product to use? it really seems like an all in one system for overclocking.
Never overclock via software and windows. Use your BIOs to do that.

Also, use coretemp for monitoring your temps.
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i use hardware monitor and everest to monitor temps. and i agree NO SOFTWARE OCing
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