I sit here staring at my monitor which is currently displaying my Steam library as well as a little piece of software called EVGA Precision X. I've had it since I bought my Nvidia GTX 680 late last year, but have never really explored what it does. Of course, hence this post, curiosity has gotten the better of me and now I'm wondering what it is exactly that I can do with this software. As I understand it, overclocking PC parts means kicking them up a notch for more power, ergo better performance.
Truth is, I'm afraid that if I even touch a slider to go across by one value, things are going to start to break. Are there any tech savvy bombers out there who know how to utilize this program, if it is needed at all?