Going to be upgrading to a newer card and selling off my old ones, so I want to undo all overclocking settings both to sell them off and so they don't conflict with my new card, as well as wipe out all driver settings and start over. For the overclocking: I am aware that PrecisionX does not make permanent overclock settings and they are just set in software, so I am guessing I don't need to worry about the cards still being overclocked when I sell them right? As for my system though, would just simply uninstalling EVGA Precision X16 also remove all the overclock settings it applies on Windows boot, or do I need to take additional steps to undo them? It there any reset somewhere that just undoes everything and makes it use everything at stock again/remove all overclock settings on boot before I uninstall it? I basically want to completely wipe out the app and any and all of it's settings, and how to do that if just a simple uninstall will not be enough. As for the drivers: Is it still recommended to do a clean removal and reinstall of drivers when upgrading a card even if you are just going from an old GTX model to a newer GTX model that use the same drivers and are by the same manufacturer?? And if so, is just an uninstall enough or do I need to use other means? I remember that years ago people would recommend running a driver cleaner app (forgot the name) in Safe Mode that would remove all traces of a driver... but that was long ago, is that still the way to do it today? Or is the uninstall feature of the drivers/the "perform a clean install" option on the installer when installing the drivers the same thing nowadays?