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Desktop PC Platform: Killed By Overclocking @ Benchmark Reviews

Posted on Saturday, August 14 2010 @ 10:10:02 CEST by


Enthusiasts have lost sight of the original purpose behind overclocking, which was made popular because it could make something slow become fast, thereby getting something more for your money. Then at some point the computer industry went from asking consumers to pay more for the faster products, to demanding you pay more for products you might be able to make faster. This article will focus on one of the lesser-known threats to the desktop PC platform: overclocking.

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