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Save an overclocked profile to a graphics card

irnusair
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That would require a vBIOS hack/tweak to do it the way you want. The way you need to do it is to use MSI afterburner or EVGA Precision X and save the profile there and it will automatically apply upon startup. 

Is there a way to load a profile with certain clock speed to the graphics card itself instead of having to launch an application to do so after restarting my computer? Also is there a way to do the same thing for the GPU fans profile?

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That would require a vBIOS hack/tweak to do it the way you want. The way you need to do it is to use MSI afterburner or EVGA Precision X and save the profile there and it will automatically apply upon startup. 

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1 minute ago, Skiiwee29 said:

That would require a vBIOS hack/tweak to do it the way you want. The way you need to do it is to use MSI afterburner or EVGA Precision X and save the profile there and it will automatically apply upon startup. 

Thanks for the reply, I thought that this would be the only viable option. Which software do you recommend using, afterburner or Precision X?

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Just now, irnusair said:

Thanks for the reply, I thought that this would be the only viable option. Which software do you recommend using, afterburner or Precision X?

I personally use Afterburner, but have used both with no issues. I just prefer the UI on afterburner more. 

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