Leave spread spectrum clocking disabled

Many PC devices, most notably motherboards, hard drives and controllers, have spread spectrum clocking (SSC) functions to control how much electromagnetic interference (EMI) they put out. It's best to leave this feature disabled. Turning on SSC may lower the amount of EMI put out by that device at any one given frequency, but there may be side effects.

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