Custom Built Overclocked PCs
An overclocked PC can reach much higher levels of performance than it would otherwise be able to achieve as default out of 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 it’s a case of finding the right balance between speed, stability and heat. We recommend leaving overclocking to us – the experts!
What is an Overclocked PC?
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 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.
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By adjusting settings and ensuring sufficient cooling, overclocking a CPU can increase processor speed significantly. This involves running the CPU at a clock frequency higher than originally designed. With proper execution, an overclocked PC can achieve faster, stable performance around the clock.
Graphics Card Overclocking
When you get a graphics card, it usually comes with a default speed set by the manufacturer, but overclocking can significantly improve its performance. By increasing the clock frequency, your GPU can handle more processing power and deliver more frames per second. Compared to CPU overclocking, overclocking your graphics card is usually easier and requires less hardware adjustment.
Overclocking a PC is typically associated with CPU or GPU, but memory can also be overclocked for faster speeds. The speed of RAM refers to its data transfer rate, and a faster data transfer rate leads to better performance. Overclocking RAM requires adjustments to specific parameters such as timings and voltages to enable the modules to operate at higher speeds than advertised.