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How to Safely Overclock Your GPU to Gain FPS

Overclocking seems scary, but you might be stunned by how simple and safe the process is. No, your PC won’t explode. It may, however, be able to perform at clock speeds one generation above its release. That means big performance boost for almost no money! Have you considered overclocking your video card AKA Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) to increase your Frames Per Second (FPS)? If you’re not sure how to start, let us guide you on the path to PC enlightenment.
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