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Reducing The Power Consumption Of Overclocked PCs

Posted on Sunday, May 04 2008 @ 03:55:30 CEST by

Tech ARP has just posted the Reducing The Power Consumption Of Overclocked PCs.
Now, that must sound pretty inane. After all, overclockers employ all kinds of power-guzzling methods to improve their CPU's overclockability. However, there are many good reasons to do so. In this guide, we will not just look at theoretical tips on reducing power consumption in overclocked PCs, we will also show you how well they work in real-life situations. Best of all, we will show you why they will improve your PC's power efficiency without any real loss in performance.

"Just by using these two tips, you can radically reduce the power consumption of your PC. The first step tackles the processor's power consumption when it idles while the second step attacks its power consumption under load. Together, they will really bring down your overclocked PC's power consumption. Do your bit for the planet - start using these two tips today!"
Check it out over here.



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