Posted 20 December 2007 - 01:42 PM
Overclocking is a fun thing to do - and very involved if you're shooting for max performance from your rig. For example, liquid nitrogen cooling of the CPU will lower the temps that it operates at - but then you'll have to cope with temps on the RAM, video card, along with your northbridge (and maybe southbridge) chips (not to mention other components that you can cool).
I overclocked my AMD Thunderbird processor (the old 1 gHz one) with a pencil (yes, it could be done back then!) and spent a lot of time experimenting with it.
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