Overclocking Erazer x series desktop (lenovo) Lenovo Erazer X510 Desktop (Lenovo) - Type 10140

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User Guide

3.  Click the Basic, Enhanced or Extreme button to enable different overclocking 

modes.

  Note: Each Onekey Overclocking mode is represented by a color: Blue 

(default Basic mode), Purple (Enhanced mode) and Red (Extreme mode).

  Note: You can disable or re-enable OC by pressing the OC switch on the 

front cover of the computer. When OC is re-enabled, the processor will 
return to the most recent settings.

4.  Your OC settings will be saved and used again after rebooting or turning off 

your computer.

5.  The Lenovo OneKey Overclocking program will automatically turn the OC mode 

back to Basic if an unexpected computer shut down or reboot is detected.

  Attention: The overclocking capability of the processor will vary 

depending on the environment and temperature. Excessive overclocking 
may cause system instability or loss of ability to overclock. We 
recommend that you use the default overclocking mode.

  Note: If your computer operates abnormally or you see a black screen 

after overclocking the processor, disable overclocking and restart your 
computer.

LED colors for each overclocking mode are as follows:

LED

Onekey Overclocking Mode

Basic

Enhanced

Extreme

Overclock button LED

Blue

Purple

Red

Front LED

Blue

Purple

Red