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The book of overclocking..

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1GMT + 4 Hours The book of overclocking.. on 21/01/09, 09:23 am


The Book of Overclocking


THE BOOK OF OVERCLOCKING is the definitive guide to the art of running
a PC's processor faster than the manufacturer intended. This book
explains the entire overclocking process, for PC enthusiasts who don't
mind voiding the manufacturer's warranty. Readers learn how not to fry
their systems while pushing the speed on everything from the Pentium II
to the latest Athlon XP and Pentium 4 processors. Entire sections on
cooling, troubleshooting, and benchmarking make sure readers will get
the most out of their machines.


This is
the definitive guide to overclocking, the process of running a
computer's CPU, video card, or RAM faster than the manufacturer
intended. In many ways, overclocking is like hot-rodding for hardware

Until now

Most overclocking
information was scattered around [the Web] and was often old and out of
date," says co-author Scott Wainner. "Many users have learned about
overclocking by reading bits and pieces of incomplete information in
message board posts--a sure recipe for a failed overclock. 'The Book of
Overclocking' offers hardware hobbyists a complete and accurate
resource, showing how to overclock, how far to push individual
processors, what settings to use, when to overclock, and how to deal
with problems that arise."

It includes coverage of:

* Why the PC industry does not want you to know about overclocking
* CPU cooling techniques and ways to improve overclocking results and system stability
* Specifications, overclocking tips, and specific recommendations for
over 100 individual Intel and AMD processors, including the newest
Athlon XP and Pentium 4
* How to overclock a processor using only BIOS and motherboard settings
* PC troubleshooting and benchmarking techniques

Overclocking can be risky

voids the manufacturer's warranty and it can result in component
meltdown or failure), but it can also be a very cost-effective way to
quickly improve PC performance. With the right know-how and an
authoritative resource like "The Book of Overclocking," most anyone can
quickly increase their processor's clock speed to get more out of their

Overclocking is the ultimate hardware geek hobby",
says No Starch Press Publisher, Bill Pollock. "With the help of 'The
Book of Overclocking,' I overclocked three machines in our office last
week simply by loading an unofficial BIOS and changing the clock speed
on a cheap Athlon XP processor. It's very cool. When you overclock, you
really do feel like you're more in control of your hardware. It's like
souping up a car but without getting your hands dirty.

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Lang: English

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