How to Overclock Your AMD GPU with AMDGPU on Linux

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Linux usually doesn’t have the fancy “gaming” type applications that Windows does. That includes a lot of the graphical GPU management utilities that come in the drivers of the latest graphics cards. As a result, overclocking your cards and getting the most out of them is more difficult than just dragging a slider. For AMD card owners, the utilities that you need to overclock your card are included in the drivers you already have installed. They just aren’t easily accessible in any graphical tool. You need to modify a few configuration files instead. Related: What Is Overclocking and What You

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