Thank you very much for the reply!
I'm reluctant, actually afraid, to overclock. Long story short my ps2 busted and I found an emulator (pcsx2) where I can run and play them on my pc but it seems, although my pc is pretty decent spec wise, it needs a bit of a boost to run the emulator.
I've been using RealTemp for a while now and love it. So when I saw TPU had an overclocking tool for my gpu I was actually relaxed and felt confident I wouldn't damage anything using it. I don't feel the same about rivatuner. That program makes me nervous because it seems it doesn't have any safety features that would alert me if I set something too high and stop me from burning the house down.
I have to evaluate how badly I want to play my ps2 games on the emulator...
Definitely not worth ruining my computer over and if I do damage something I know there's no turning back to undo it.
I don't want to turn my computer into a boat anchor.
I've already made a lot of frizbees trying to burn the games so they work with the emulator.
Anyone need any nice, shiny, coasters?