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Newbie's Guide to Overclocking - PCstats.com Newbie's Guide to Overclocking
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Overclocking is the act of making a piece of hardware operate at a speed higher than what it was designed for. Just a few items that can be overclocked include, memory, video cards, processors, and mainboards. Why would you want to overclock? Everyone is motivated by different things. Some want to have a faster PC without spending the money on new components while others do it simply for the thrill (I fall somewhere between the two)."
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