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Need for speed: a history of overclocking

As every pukka PC enthusiast knows, AMD recently set a clockspeed record for a quad-core PC processor. Courtesy of some crazy Scandinavian kids and a bucket load of liquid nitrogen, AMD's newly minted 45nm Phenom II processor hit a heady 6.5GHz.

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ape0073217d ago

the best nfs game ever made is nfs:hot pursuit 2 on ps2

Voozi3217d ago

"the best nfs game ever made is nfs:hot pursuit 2 on ps2"

^^^^
Best example of someone who doesn't read the article before commenting & only reads titles

onomix3217d ago

MEED FOR SPEED: PORSCHE UNLEASHED 2000 FOR THE PLAYSTATON 1.

God bles and happy gaming.

RyuStrife3217d ago

Wow, people certainly don't read. Anyway, I don't like overclocking much, but when it helps, it sure is useful

TheIneffableBob3217d ago

Overclocking's fun. It's rewarding to know that a processor you paid $200 for is as fast as a higher model one that costs $500.

Voiceofreason3217d ago

Not when you overclock the 500.00 one.

TheIneffableBob3216d ago

But then that means you paid $500 for a processor, and that's too much.

Graphics Whore3217d ago

If you're a budget PC Gamer overclocking becomes your friend. I still remember OC'ing my comp and the ram blew out, good times.

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