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Old 08-17-2018, 03:41 PM
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Default How do I enable the Liquid Cooling?

Hello!

I'm a happy Corsair One owner for the past year or so.

I'm wondering about overclocking and liquid cooling and all that.

I've just been playing games on it out of the box. Everything runs great already. But I'm curious if there are any performance improvements that I'm not taking advantage of. Is liquid cooling just always turned on by default? Is there a way to overclock the CPU? If so, how?

Any insight would be awesome. Sorry if this is a n00b question.
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Old 08-17-2018, 06:25 PM
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Hello!

I'm a happy Corsair One owner for the past year or so.

I'm wondering about overclocking and liquid cooling and all that.

I've just been playing games on it out of the box. Everything runs great already. But I'm curious if there are any performance improvements that I'm not taking advantage of. Is liquid cooling just always turned on by default? Is there a way to overclock the CPU? If so, how?

Any insight would be awesome. Sorry if this is a n00b question.
Liquid cooling is the default and is always on. As for overclocking, XMP is already enabled, so there's nothing for you to configure.
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Old 08-22-2018, 04:10 PM
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