As the processor market grows more and more, overclocking is becoming increasingly common.
The field, which only a few years ago was the domain of only hardware crazies, has become the domain of anyone who loves computers, whether it is in the business for many years or even a few months.
The overclocking phenomenon has even intensified recently after the release of Intel's Northwood core on which the latest Pentium 4 models are based which are known for their overclocking capabilities that are several times higher than the overclocking capabilities of AMD's Athlon processor.
In fact, with an 4 Pentium processor at an original 1.6GHz speed, you can reach 3GHz or higher, an improvement of almost 90%, using only air cooling (although quite noisy).
Sharky Extreme developed a complete guide on how to overclock 4 from the choice of processor to the voltage change and also shows the extra performance from a successful Overclocking.
Highly recommended for all beginners and advanced overclockers…
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