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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2009 7:57 pm    Post subject: Overclocking Reply with quote

Overclocking is not just a case of bouncing up your PC speeds its an art, most of my Computers are OCd this relates to increasing the FSB of the CUP, GPU, RAM, and MOBO chip set and not forgetting your system volts, all this needs to be in a fine balance and monitored via Good benchmarking tools. there is no overall quick fix to Overclocking as every system is different the two things to keep in mind is (Don't Overclock what you cant afford to replace) - (study and understand what your about to undertake) you will find some of the best benchmarking tools > Here at Benchmark HQ. There are many aspects to consider before you can undertake Overclocking and one prime one is cooling as when you increase power / speed you will generate heat and if components become to hot damage will occur and in some cases complete failure. To write an all encompassing article on Overclocking is not possible as each system is unique but if any member is interested in Overclocking there system then please do PM me and i will be happy the go through this fascinating procedure as related to your system with you, and remember the implementation of Overclocking will void any manufactures guarantee on the components that have been subjected to Overclocking.

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