I think that the best computer would be a Cray 3 supercomputer running Windows 7, overclocked to 150 mhZ, defragged to the limit and reconfigured opcodes. For people who do not have a 3.5 billion dollars, then I would recommend… Full Answer
The easiest way to put it is that intel processors run at a constant speed like 2.3ghz and they cannot be overclocked etc. AMD processors process information in bursts so their speed fluctuates and they can be overclocked or told… Full Answer
Unfortunatly the Dell 530 can't be overclocked. The Bios is locked to provent you from doing this anyway. Plus even if you could, Dells parts are not the best in the world and OCing your machine would proabably cause irreparable… Full Answer
It can be very difficult or impossible to tell if a processor is overclocked based on physical inspection or studying the BIOS settings; the settings can easily be falsified. The best way to tell is to run a diagnostic utility… Full Answer
You will have to know the default processor and system bus frequencies, you can find the specifications for the processor on the manufacturer's website. Once you have that information, go into the BIOS and check to make sure the speeds… Full Answer
The OC one will provide slightly better performance at increased cost. both coolers on the cards are similar in performance and heat production is similar. Personally, I would get the non overclocked one and overclock it myself. there are many… Full Answer
Extreme computer users have overclocked the computer and bolted a refrigerator underneath the computer in an attempt to keep the computer cooler. Normal people use the computer near a window were there is natural ventilation
Naoya is "your" cousin and also the reincarnation of Cain, though you only find the latter out in certain endings. He shares an ending with Kaido, in which "you", Atsuro, Naoya, and Kaido make "you" the Overlord of Bel.
Heat is normally the biggest problem when it comes to Overclocking. Overclocking generates more heat within your system. If your cooling is inadequate then the component(s) being overclocked may be permanently damaged.
Overclocking is a phrase used to describe a computer being pushed passed it's limits. If a computer's microprocessor is run faster than the speed that it's approved for then it's considered overclocked.
The most effective one is to opt for liquid cooling system. They system itself will depend on your configuration and what your CPU cabinet can accommodate. Air cooling is a cheaper and less effective solution.
Most modern systems use a fan for cooling. Some systems, particularly those that have been overclocked, use water cooling or even a form of refrigeration. These methods are expensive and quite inappropriate for general use.
Because the procedure is critical and shouldn't be done unless needed. ex.,Hardware isn't supported by old BIOS, RAM upgrade/.. If you have custom settings such as an overclocked PC, it restores the settings to default which is a pain in… Full Answer
Of course, I7 is better. First of all, it's cheaper. Second, it does not have problems with heat. Third, if you overclock it, it outperforms (thanks to Hyper Threading) QX9650 even if it was overclocked too.
In short, No. "Overclocking" is when you edit the setting in your bios to push your CPU further than it was intended to go. Nothing "causes" overclocking. However if you have already overclocked your PC then it may be possible… Full Answer