Overclocked PCs


With an Overclocked PC from Create, you can push your system to the limit for maximum gaming performance.


Overclocking can greatly improve the performance of your PC whether you are a gamer, a graphic designer or just want to eek out the most from your system. Overclocking is a process which involves of tweaking and pushing computer components beyond their default speeds. When referring to overclocking a PC, typically the components being tweaked are the CPU, Graphics Cards and Memory. An overclocked PC can reach much higher levels of performance than it would otherwise be able to achieve as default out the box. Overclocked PCs are particularly beneficial during intense gaming sessions when you may need a little extra processing power. However, overclocking a PC can be damaging to your system if done incorrectly. There is an art to overclocking and its a case of  finding the right balance between speed, stability and heat. We recommend leaving overclocking to us – the experts!

Overclocked PCs

Choose from a large selection of PC options to meet your performance requirements.


Overclocking a CPU can make the processor run significantly faster by applying the right settings and having adequate cooling. It is achieved by running the CPU at a higher clock frequency than it was originally designed to do. If done correctly, you can have a much faster running and stable PC 24/7.


A graphics card typically runs at a fixed performance level that is set by the manufacturer as its default speed out of the box. The higher you overclock your GPU, the more processing power you get. A good graphics card overclock delivers more frames per second and does so with less hardware hassle than CPU overclocking.


When overclocking a PC, the CPU or GPU usually come to mine, however you can also overclock memory to achieve faster speeds. The speed of RAM, refers to its data transfer rate. The faster the data transfer rate, the better the RAM’s performance. Overclocking RAM involves modifying specific parameters such as timings and voltages to allow the modules to operate at greater speeds than advertised.