Coal-hating feral hippie
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More of an academic question as I'm not facing this issue right now. Generally the rule for under-volting has been to keep working your way down until you have obvious stability problems and then back off when you hit the limit. I'm curious to know if anyone has tried this (not necessarily while overclocking) on a music PC where low-latency performance and stability are important. Could be a good way to unlock a bit of potential for laptops if they can be kept further from thermal throttling.