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Overclocking

  1. 1. OVERCLOCKING OFOVERCLOCKING OF COMPUTERSCOMPUTERS “when fast is not enough”
  2. 2. INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION When “fast is not enough” gamers, hobbyists find and devise new ways of intriguing ways of taking their h/w to max. Overclocking has become common with all of newest h/w devices having the ability to reach overclocked speed of over 50%.  Now question is “If a processor can achieve higher speeds why don’t
  3. 3. What is Overclocking ?What is Overclocking ? This is the process of running the device faster than it is specified to do. With a successful overclock, the system will run stable and exactly the same as it did at the default factory set frequency, just faster. Overclocking generally refers to running your CPU, and these days your video card too, at higher internal CPU clock and bus speeds than the manufacturer's specs for achieving better system performance at little or no cost
  4. 4. Issues in OverclockingIssues in Overclocking Plan for great thermal cooling. Selection of hardware. Don’t experiment or settle for that’s not reputable. Number one enemy for overclocking is heat. Optimal heat dissipation.
  5. 5. What is clock speed ofWhat is clock speed of processor?processor? The clock speed of a processor is the main factor that determines the computing power of a computer, measured in MHz or GHz. To better understand the concept, imagine your car drives at fixed speed of 1 to 60 mph, although the optimal speed is 50, nothing prevents it from going faster or slower. You want to run at higher speeds only at favorable conditions
  6. 6. Factors that determine theFactors that determine the clock speed of a processor?clock speed of a processor? Core, design, and capabilities of the processor itself. The thermal stability and characteristics of the processor. The most advantageous market conditions
  7. 7. How to OverclockHow to Overclock STEP-1 Create a handy chart of your PC’s current configuration. This chart also works as a guideline n report in further steps.
  8. 8. How to OverclockHow to Overclock STEP-2
  9. 9. How to OverclockHow to Overclock STEP-3 Using you handy chart write on the next available block the number of the next frequency level. So if the first frequency level is 133, if you using a Pentium 4 it is, then the next frequency level would be 134, then 135, and so on. For every upgrade to the frequency setting restart the computer noting if the startup was successful. If yes, then follow the same instruction to raise the level again.
  10. 10. Benefits of OverclockingBenefits of Overclocking The increased performance with minimum cost . Satisfaction from achieving it, then later tweaking it.
  11. 11. Risks of OverclockingRisks of Overclocking Overclocking may void your system warranty. Overclocking may reduce the life-time of your system. Overclocking may cause system less stable. If you find your system unstable at higher speeds, proper testing is the key to a successful overclock
  12. 12. Final ThoughtsFinal Thoughts Important factors for successful overclocking: Monitoring S/Ws CPU Cooling , Case Cooling, Quality Components Motherboard Monitor, WCPUID
  13. 13. NoteNote This presentation is to introduce you to the concept of overclocking. Nowadays overclocking is almost a science, there is so much to it, I could get very detailed on all these topics I've brought up, and there are even some others I haven't mentioned. So keep working on this if you are interested. Try this experiment only if you already have a backup CPU coz this may damage your CPU if not configured properly.
  14. 14. Good Luck N Thank You !!Good Luck N Thank You !! Presented By; Rishabh Narain (0701013079)

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