Sunday, July 10, 2011


Overclocking to squeeze the maximum juice out of your processor (CPU):

Have you ever considered overclocking your processor (be it Intel or AMD based)? What the hell is overclocking? I know, you would ask that. Well, suppose a CPU is rated by the manufacturer to run at 3 GHz but you still aren’t satisfied with its performance, then overclocking is the magical (LOL) method to fine tune the frequency of your processor and take it to the next level. At times the next level could even be near 5 GHz levels.

Well, of course each chip is different and it all depends on the processor chip in question. But that is the basic fundamental on which overclocking is based. And mind you, if done with some guidance it can really do wonders and you won’t blow or spoil anything. Yup, nothing at all. You just need to know what to do and how to do it.

I myself overclock all my processors, from the first time I got my personal PC (:P) and have never experienced any irreversible trouble so far. Worst comes worst, bring it back to stock frequency and not even the company can tell if it was overclocked.
Of course, things like cooling and stuff need to be considered and you do need to read up with respect to your particular chip before you take the plunge.

But overclocking Intel Core i7 and Core i5 processors can really make a lot of difference to their performance. Especially SB (Sandy Bridge) processors overclock like tasty cakes. They are little babies, overclockers’ delight.

You can squeeze out the last bit of juice from your computer by overclocking, it will probably last another 6-12 months before you need to change it. That is besides the fun and thrill of overclocking of course which is more important for us enthusiasts. It brings in a sense of achievement.

Overclocking can effectively prolong your effective computer life by giving you more power at the same price.

One such product which you could perhaps try if you are interested in overclocking is mentioned below:

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