Weekly Poll Results - Do you overclock?

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Published by Adrian Ţrumpeş 9 years ago , last updated 11 months ago

 

Do you overclock?

What's that? 43% (68)
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No 24.6% (39)
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Yes 22.7% (36)
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Don't have enough cooling 7.5% (12)
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Other (Please State) 1.8% (3)
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Total: 158
Start: 03-03-2009 18:55
Last: 03-13-2009 13:52



 #1 - Posted by: inesra (Member) on 03-04-2009 at 10:00

What's that?

 #2 - Posted by: computernerd (Staff) on 03-04-2009 at 11:08

Overclocking is setting the clock speed of your CPU, RAM, or GPU to speeds that exceed the designed or specified speeds which results in better performance, but you need extra cooling in order to overclock or you could destroy the part you overclocked.

 #3 - Posted by: Jannev (Member) on 03-05-2009 at 05:11

I dont have to overclock my cpu, 2.6 GHz is fine by me! And AOEIII needs 1.4 GHz, so its almost double as recommend.

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