CPU Overclocking 101 – Part 1 Introduction

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CPU Overclocking 101 – Part 1 Introduction

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Wipeout Pure

  • Race aggressively in one of eight state-of-the-art race-crafts moving at insane speeds through 16 futuristic environments for an intense, anti-gravity combat racing experience
  • Master eight newly designed runs that speed you through snowy mountaintops to tracks suspended in the clouds! Blaze through four custom-built Zone tracks specifically designed for high-speed handling. Return to four favorite classic tracks from previous Wi
  • Multiplayer- Compete against up to eight players via wireless multiplayer connectivity through the Ad Hoc Mode. Ad Hoc Mode allows two or more PSP systems to communicate directly with each other via Wi-Fi connectivity for local multiplayer gameplay
  • Five speed classes to race with including Vector (slowest), Venom, Flash, Rapier and Phantom (fastest)
  • Winning players can earn fresh racing colors, new ships and four classic tracks from past installments in the Wipeout series

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Wipeout Pure, the latest edition to the popular racing series for the PSP handheld entertainment system, provides an intense, combat racing experience as players choose from five different speed classes and race relentlessly around 16 futuristic, racing tracks. During both single and multi-player gameplay, racing fans will be able to enjoy challenging, action-packed gameplay modes that include Single Race, Tournament, Time Trial, Free Play and Zone Mode (single-player only). Supporting up to eig

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25 Responses to “CPU Overclocking 101 – Part 1 Introduction”

  1. TheMacewindu321 says:

    I have a standard cooler and standard motherboard and I reached 3443 with an amd phenon x6 1055t (It normaly has 6 times 2800)

  2. Firefox7755 says:

    Try out the new speed with a game or stress test. If the computer crashes unexpectedly, then that’s the sign that you’ve reached the max and should bump off a little lower to ensure stability.

  3. everadept says:

    @boybackup1 overclocking is a way to force your computer to run faster. Is their a prompt to set the time when you start up the computer or do you notice the time just changing?

  4. ahriman87 says:

    What, i dont see a bus? can i use a car?

  5. TheInsaneShaner says:

    How would you know if you’ve reached the max, Like what signs are there to look for?

  6. WafflesCanDunk says:

    No you did not. People with 3930K’s aren’t that dumb.

  7. Austin Freeman says:

    ^ This all the way.

  8. 2Kloud says:

    “Use this at your own risk, right. If you don’t have the proper cooling, and if you don’t follow the steps properly and have patience, you could to damage to your PC and void the warranty of your CPU”

  9. EpiiCeGamiing says:

    wel suck it :)

  10. BolvB says:

    You used the standard cooler? If u did then you should not have bought a 600 dollar cpu

  11. Michael Wang says:

    I have and Intel Core i7-3930K, and thanks to this tutorial, I burned my $600.00 CPU to death. Thanks alot…..

  12. ThelastSano says:

    Before i used to have the default Stock I7 CPU Cooler, after buying the Cooler Master V6 GT CPU Cooler, the DIMM auto tunes the fan speed at temperatures high, so at max load it is at stable 68C. Thanks for the reply.

  13. Daniel Garry says:

    Can i overclock my pentium d 925 3.00GHz ?!

  14. Firedragon41520 says:

    also disable intel speedstep if you have a intel cpu

  15. Vesna Stojkovic says:

    Hello!!!! Can I ask you something about overclocking?? If I Want to play Resident Evil 5 or some modern 3D games, How much can I overclock my computer? Here is my information: System: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Service Pack 3 CPU: Intel Celeron 2.13GHz, 1 GB of RAM Voltage CPU core: about 1.392V Temperature: -Motherboard 49C -CPU 62C -GPU Diode 49C Please help !!!! I must play RE5 !!! Thank you! (You can Answer on my email:vesnabnstojkovic@gmail.com if you want)

  16. LoadedTunafish says:

    Hi sir. I have AMD athlon ll X2 240 2.8 Ghz and its really that good. Thankfully im building my first PC. So i dont have to struggle with this old crap.

  17. fikret celebi says:

    i overclocked my core 2 duo e8500 3.16 ghz cpu to 4.28 ghz its working good

  18. Byblius says:

    how do you know it reached the limit?

  19. SergeantNugget says:

    What? 2.0 GHZ? Wow that’s really low here, i found a great processor 3.0GHZ, for 49.99 without a heat-sink (better fan options) it’s on newegg,

    AMD Athlon II X2 250 Regor 3.0GHz

  20. ToontownSkypeIdiots says:

    With my specs? It’s not worth just trying to upgrade… I’m overdue for a new computer. 2.0 GHz (2 cores) with 3GB Ram. I’m not sure why my ram is uneven, but oh well.

  21. SergeantNugget says:

    NO you don’t. just cooling will do.

  22. SergeantNugget says:

    Gaming computer are 400-$1200+ im sure that enough? shitty are 200-400

  23. meteoraziel says:

    I’m jealous.
    I don’t have the money to buy these.

  24. youness Tiktok says:

    i have E2140 but in the bios i dont know what to do pleas can you help me

  25. ThelastSano says:

    I currently bought a new Cooler Master V6 GT for my i7 960, I previously had normal Intel i7 960 Heatsink from the factory.

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