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Howto overclock your system

Posted on Saturday, July 30 2005 @ 06:25:28 CEST by


VIA Arena has posted a guide on overclocking.
These days there is a term you will often hear associated with computers and the hardware found inside. There is a good chance you will have heard of the term ‘overclocking’ before. This is when a user much like yourself pushes hardware past its factory settings using a number of overclocking methods. This is done to increase the systems performance making it faster, with very little to no added costs involved. When done correctly there are very few disadvantages to overclocking..
You can find the guide over here



 



 

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