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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overclock.

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  • This would be a great accessory for budget overclockers if available separately, but our overclocks are a little more "extreme" than what the Extreme cooler is designed to cope with.

    News Tom's Hardware US

  • Intel chips also boast a new technology called Turbo Boost, which dynamically "overclocks"

    CNET News.com

  • The Wind includes a TurboDrive button, which overclocks the CPU by as much as 20% when plugged in.

    Laptop Mag's MSI Wind (Win XP) Review

  • Origin boasts 5.7GHz overclocks with phase-change CPU cooling by Rich Brown January 11, 2012 9:44 AM PST Follow @richbcnet

    CNET News

  • More importantly, the Core i5 processor sports the Intel Turbo Boost feature (not available with Core i3), which automatically overclocks the laptop during intensive computing.

    CNET Asia Reviews

  • Unlike the Intel system, Turbo CORE is less intelligent in how it overclocks the CPUs, but the end result is similar: an extra burst of speed when you most need it.

    SlashGear

  • So the overclocks you will first see are purely multiplier overclocks.

    [H]ardOCP News/Article Feed

  • Pros: 32nm process means this thing runs super cool and overclocks extremely well.

    Newegg.com RSS Feed - Daily Deals

  • Gamers looking to get the most out of their new six core systems can take advantage of the iBUYPOWER Labs 'Power Drive Overclocking Service, which overclocks the CPU by as much as 30% and comes standard on the Paladin XLC V3.

    SlashGear

  • Boost, which automatically overclocks the CPU on the fly under load.

    bit-tech.net Feed

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