Many users prefer to buy processors that can be CPU performance, which gives them a bit of space for experimenting and getting more out of their CPU. However, that requires separate tools and software to support you when you want to test your CPU.
One of those is OCCT (OverClock Checking Tool), a great overclocking tool.
This tool gives you as much support as possible when you overclock your CPU. You’ll want to test all the hardware when you do that because you don’t want to risk other components’ performance as you overclock your CPU.
At the same time, it will also allow you to test your CPU, giving you a good idea of how overclocking is going.
In the main window, you’ll see information and data about some of the main components you use during overclocking, such as the CPU and the GPU, motherboard, and power supply unit. You can view the current and overclocked bus frequencies and other details you need to know when overclocking.
You’ll want to ensure it’s as safe as possible when overclocking. So this tool enables you to have as much safety as possible, especially with your CPU. It will constantly monitor your CPU and memory usage, which can be important when overclocking.
You can also use third-party monitoring software such as AIDA64, for example.
Here, you can choose from various tests, including infinite or automatic. You can perform tests during, before, and after overclocking. You can start or stop the overclocking as you wish and turn it on or off any time you want.
OCCT is a great tool that you can use when you overclock your CPU to monitor the processor and other components.