This is another article in the series where I share my experience with beginner miners. Last time, we talked mainly about setting up the rigs; today, we’ll be learning about video card overclocking which is used to increase hash rate and cut power consumption.
Using special software, we can increase performance of the processor, RAM and other hardware components. However, in GPU mining it makes sense to tinker with video cards only. Actually, it means changing AMD card timings, voltage, and core and memory frequency. Let’s take a look at how it’s done on Windows and Hive OS.