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You ran... auto-tuning!?
What, your computer sings and you try to modulate its voice to make it sound even worse?

No seriously, trying to autotune your computer is like trying to autotune a song. The result sucks. Overclock manually. It takes time and patience but is worth it. Run stability tests in between, and proceed slowly.
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Originally Posted by xd_1771;12870746 
You ran... auto-tuning!?
Overclock manually. It takes time and patience but is worth it. Run stability tests in between, and proceed slowly.

Yes I did I ran auto-tuning and I was reading in another post that turbo-v tool is sucks. That the best way is Overclocking manually... Thanks XD
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