Serious question. Does it really prove to be an issue these days? I know it used to mess things very nicely back in the day of Win XP and stuff but is it really an issue with a modern OS anymore?
Only reason I'm really wondering is since I upgraded to Skylake and have seen new weird stuff from overclocking I have never seen before. Might aswell still reinstall though, OS is starting to be a mess..
Just wondering what other peoples thoughts/experience is on the matter.
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