Originally Posted by charliemack
If it's what i think it is...I haven't gotten to play with mine yet(it's still in the box) It actually overclocks itself when underload, So when your hardcore gaming it overclocks the processor alittle for more power.
Unless they vastly changed the program for AMD systems, that is not what it does. There is a setting in BIOS that is supposed to do this to a small degree, but your OC will not be as stable, or as high.
Ai Booster is a nice little program for the novice OCer, a good way to get into the process if you are scared of messing around in the BIOS or find the settings there hard to manage. For serious overclocks, you will want to use the BIOS and PC Probe 2 to monitor temps and voltage.
Also, I noticed that Ai Booster sucks down clock cycles, especially at higher overclocks, and at startup.