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post #11 of 12
No need to disable it, period
I run my OC (sig) with CnQ

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Originally Posted by Build It Fast View Post
I disabled cool and quiet because I honestly couldn't watch hd video with it enabled. The processor would always downclock and the framerate watching any hd video was just plain terible. So, I would say it can cause problems in that sense too as it would go to idle clocks when it coulsnt handle it. However, I think my chip was downclocking a litle too much to be honest. It went down to 800mhz.
You probably did not have proper GPU acceleration enabled or GPU accelerated software
post #12 of 12
@ xd
I was watching video on mtv.com which is the only place it ocured, so posibly bad coding on their part. It didn't happen anywhere else.
    
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