There's nothing like the winter season for a bit of OverClocking - this is what forum members know Overclocking And our cooling. The temperatures drop, you can raise some voltage and the OC peaks break like nothing.
At HWzone.co.il, we decided to start a new tradition - the tradition of October month - a year dedicated to overclocking (the Hebrew rush) and overclocking in Israel in particular.
Over the next few weeks, we will come up with a series of articles, reviews, news and guides, all of which will deal with the issue of haste.
Throughout the year we write about products Cooling New and reviewed for you the top of the country products, but this month we decided to gather information that will appeal to everyone - from beginners who have not yet been exposed to the subject and want to learn and know, to the most professionals who have already presented and want to continue to present their personal highs.
Subjectoverclock Is a hot topic in the computer world, and hardware companies have been investing a great deal of effort in the past few years.
Professional users also do not underestimate the importance of their components' rushing ability - knowing that sometimes you can buy cheaply and earn quite a bit without spending.
On our site, the Oberclukers community is one of the largest communities, and in Israel we have often seen people crazy about it Breaking World Records.
So come along too and join in the celebration - come and read this interesting area and find out what the real potential of the engine sitting under your chassis cover is.