Recently purchased an RTX-2060-FE and using MSI Afterburner 4.6.0 beta 15. Using the OC Scanner option gives me an overclock curve which starts 100MHz higher than the curve I would get by setting a manual overclock, both end up about 2100MHz on the curve and are stable with benchmarks and games that max the graphics card out. I am finding frequency typically settles down around 2010-2040MHz with prolonged play. The reason I am asking is that I play a couple of older games which typically have the graphics card performing around the 800-1200MHz range and the OC Scanner overclock makes them more prone to occasionally crash to desktop. At stock no crashes at all. So I think I need to tinker with the curve to lower frequency at the lower voltage points (to match stock) so maybe make the curve climb a bit steeper towards the highest frequency? The graph curve voltage range is 700-1250mV (but I believe the 2060 max allowable voltage is 1050mV or 1068mV) and I haven't ticked unlock voltage control and unlock voltage monitoring. Is unticking these only relevant to trying to get a higher overclock or do I need to untick to tinker with the curve?