Posted on Sunday, February 19 2006 @ 18:27 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
People want more computing power - to do what we want, when we want, without any hindrance in PC performance.
The primary standard of gaging PC performance used to be the CPU's megahertz (Mhz), or gigahertz (Ghz) rating. Yet with the release of the new A64 line of CPU from AMD, the future of computing has (at least for now) moved away from the Mhz/Ghz race. Essentially, strict Mhz/Ghz figures just don't mean as much today as they did yesterday. However, the art of overclocking still exists with 64-bit processors, in support of achieving even better performance. This article is intended to showcase the overclocking ability of the AMD Athlon64 Dual-Core 4400+..
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