Overclocking is more popular than ever. And since it's so easy to boost the frequency of your Intel processor, it would be a shame not to. But CPUs aren't the only components that can be overclocked. The GPUs on graphics cards can also be speeded up, and so can their memory. And since an affordable card only differs from more expensive ones in its clock speed, overclocking can be your key to some real savings.
Overclocking a GPU is a less common process than overclocking a CPU, and above all, it's more complex. One of the reasons for that is that a graphics card's BIOS is not as easily accessible as a motherboard's. This article will shed some light on the different methods that can be used and the results you can expect when overclocking your graphics card.