Overclocking is never a safe process, it always involves some amount of risk in overclocking. Overclocking makes the process heathen up as we configure the hardware components of the CPU or GPU to derive extra utility or performance from them, other hardware components such as RAM are also involved which makes the process more heated.
How to prevent from Overheating?
We can use external fans and Air conditioner to stabilize heat in the system. Overclocking is generally done via increasing the frequency of the device which should be done very carefully. Start increasing frequency very slowly check then increase and continue to set the best frequency for your device.
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What are the outcomes of overclocking?
Overclocking can be very hazardous if not done carefully. One and the only outcome of overclocking is overheating which results in damage of device. In the worst case, you may lose your device.
Is it safe to overclock Baikal Miner?
As we discussed earlier that overclocking is never a safe process and we should take some precautions while overclocking a device. Overclocking can void your Warranty provided by the manufacturer and here underclocking doesn’t work. If you are trying to tweak the software to earn some more hash rate from your ASIC machine then you should keep this thought in mind that “overclocking will decrease lifeline of your miner”.
About Baikal’s Aftersales policy
After the purchase is completed, you should remember these policies,
- No refund after payment.
- 45-day warranty.
In the following ways, your miner’s warranty will expire
- The disassembled machine, unauthorized changes such as overclocking and replacement of components.
- Damages caused by a lightning strike, voltage surge, faulty power supply, etc.
- Burnt Circuit board.
- Damage by water.
- In such cases, you can get your device repaired by paying maintenance fees.
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