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Why Doesn’t Anyone Care About Overclocking Anymore? - Why Doesn’t Anyone Care About Overclocking Anymore?
Mon, April 02 2007 | 3:37PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Though overclocking community is far from dead, it would seem that it has dropped from its mainstream status of a couple years ago. Checking the Hardcoreware Forums, we see that the overclocking section only has a total of four threads in the past two months. Now admittedly there are still communities such as Exteme Overclocking which are as active as ever. It would seem though that overclocking has once again dropped from mainstream back to cult status. So why is this?

The main reason is that computer hardware capabilities have exceeded software requirements. This is a natural cycle that comes around every couple of years after major advances in hardware have been released."

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