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Question for those with a bit more technically inclined than myself... Is there a way or even a config that can be made so that when a gpu driver crash occurs that it reloads the power and core settings that i have set before the crash? I'm using MSI Afterburner on my cards with a fairly aggressive overclock. +150 core +250 mem 70% power. The issue being is that if it decides to go unstable (randomly at that), i then have to reset everything to get the OC to go back into the system cleanly.