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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overclock.

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Examples

  • C when overclocked, which isn't a bad result at all.

    The Inquirer

  • We haven't heard that endorsing the idea overclocked parts is really a policy change for AMD, so it might just be that previous layout, routing, and design choices provided for a narrower range of overclockability around the target clock frequency.

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  • When you hear about a phone being "overclocked," it's the kernel that is overclocking the processor.

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  • Deal of the week: An 'overclocked' GTX 260 Reloaded for $179 shipped Cyril Kowaliski - 5: 06 PM on April 3, 2009

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  • I just recently discovered the effect of natures, IV's, and EV's and have been trying to get just one "overclocked" Pokemon.

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  • So why not sell every chip at the "overclocked" speed?

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  • While the quad-core i7-820QM is rated at 1. 73GHz, a single core can be "overclocked" to 3.06 GHz.

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  • The cheapest costs $240 CAD and comes with a $20 CAD mail-in rebate, while the "overclocked" variant is listed for

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  • Secret codes, billionaire dot-comers, flying robots, crazy-cool gadgets and hardware overclocked to within an inch of its life.

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  • You know you're overclocked when you dim your phone so you can play without disturbing others while watching a movie.

    9 posts from November 2009

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