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Asus P67 EPU Function

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Hello,

I noticed on Asus P67 boards there is a switch that can enable EPU Power Saving Functions.

Is this a feature I should enable or disable? Default is disabled.

How does it effect overclocking?

If you have used it whats your opinions.
    
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it powers down all your components to minimum to save power.

its just like intels and amd's cpu power saver.

leave it off
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