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Are speedhacks safe for hardware components?
#1
Are speedhacks safe for hardware components like cpu and gpu?
it could broke some games , but could it harm the cpu or the gpu?
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#2
Of course they're safe. All they do is run experimental code in the program. It's not like it's going just start overloading the voltage of your CPU or something. Do you even understand how a computer works?
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#3
No need to be harsh.

Speedhacks are perfectly safe. They modify how the program itself runs, not how your PC's hardware operates.
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#4
it's understanadable to be misteken and then it affects the hardware, there are plenty of apps that do.
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#5
Sorry, I was doing an impression Tongue Anyway, yes they're safe.
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#6
Regardless, when you use speed hacks, there's always the possibility of the emulator crashing but it has gotten alot more stable, at least I think it has. I've only had a few crashes and that was only on Grandia 3. All other games I ran never crashed once!
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