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How to overclock a graphics card @ eTeknix.com

Posted on Friday, May 06 2011 @ 22:44:47 CEST by

When someone mentions the word "overclocking" we instinctively start thinking about a processor and how high we can ramp the bus speed and multiplier up to give the best possible speed. This of course gives you better value for money as you'll end up having a product that goes faster than what you paid for. Result!

Processors aren't the only thing that can be overclocked though. There's memory and of course graphics cards, but for some reason graphics or video cards don't get much attention when it comes to overclocking and we have a theory as to why. Processors, for instance, are generally aimed at a market which lets people purchase them and do as they please whereas graphics cards have more specific models aimed at pre-overclocking and super-overclocked editions and turbo models and so forth. This takes the fun and enjoyment away from the user and even these ramped up pre-overclocked cards generally still have a bit more juice left in them to unleash by the user. Read more at eTeknix.



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