Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of overclock.

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Examples

  • For a budget 890GX board this is an interesting choice, though for long-term overclocking stability it may be worth spending more.

    Atomic

  • But Kelt Reeves, president of gaming-PC maker Falcon Northwest, said he has been able to use a technique called overclocking to operate the chip at four gigahertz -- boosting performance by a third -- with little increase in power consumption.

    Intel Shifts From Silicon

  • Fusion also allows you to do 'semi-automatic' overclocking, which is a good way for a novice to learn if so inclined.

    Army Rumour Service

  • We've maintained that Intel's range of Atom chips were simply too weak to really love and adore the way a slab of silicon should be, but that's probably because of our infatuation with things like "overclocking" and "Core i7 Extremes."

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • We've maintained that Intel's range of Atom chips were simply too weak to really love and adore the way a slab of silicon should be, but that's probably because of our infatuation with things like "overclocking" and "Core i7 Extremes."

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • This power gating will allow each core to be shut down individually on the Llano chip, which incidentally will have a kind of overclocking capability like Intel's Turbo Boost and IBM's TurboCore features.

    The Register

  • Rooting also allows for various other functions that apps on the Android Market provide, such as overclocking and taking screenshots.

    AVForums.com

  • - We've maintained that Intel's range of Atom chips were simply too weak to really love and adore the way a slab of silicon should be, but that's probably because of our infatuation with things like "overclocking" and "Core i7 Extremes."

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • You've got unintentional biases, marketing weaknesses, "overclocking" issues, and all kinds of other mental bugs you may not know about.

    Lifehacker

  • We've maintained that Intel's range of Atom chips were simply too weak to really love and adore the way a slab of silicon should be, but that's probably because of our infatuation with things like "overclocking" and "Core i7 Extremes."

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

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  • Serious overclockers tend to be preoccupied with the heat generated by a processor running above its rated speed since that is what will destroy it. I knew a guy who constructed a rather elaborate water-cooled system to keep his CPU from burning up...

    February 24, 2010