The overclock ability of PC hardware is known for more then a decade
now. As the market seemed to ask for more user friendly ways to
overclock, manufacturers came up with ideas like dipswitches,
softmodding through BIOS, asynchronous bus functions, etc. Though the
risk stays the same, and once you run out of luck you might find
yourself paying another $200 for replacement parts. Today we take a
look on how we revived our motherboard after a failed BIOS flash,
followed by supercharging it for extreme performance.