As the desktop PC market sees new product launches and increased focus on features, this editorial takes a look at the PC enthusiast market and ways manufacturers are trying to open the door to a new generation. Read more at HardwareSecrets.
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"Overclocking has always been somewhat of a taboo to a majority of users - whether it is voiding the warranty, overworking the components (that can potentially damage if incorrectly done), or just plain noise and heat. It also requires a bit of technical skill, too; adjusting CPU/GPU clock frequencies, ratios, voltages, and memory timings becomes a time consuming - and in some cases, tedious - process."