I have read through the overclocking guide that have been stickied at the top of the forum and found them to be informative. That being said I am interested in learning more about overclocking.
Can any one recommend a book that would serve as a guide to overclocking? Something that is a little easier to take with me and refer to when I'm not at the PC.
Amazon listed a couple of titles but they are copyrighted for 2002 and 2003. Too old to be relevant is a popular comment in the reviews for both of these books.
Can any one recommend a book to me that would serve my purposes?
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No one has a title for me on this?
It's sad that there isn't more published material on this subject. I mean who wouldn't want to make there PC faster without a bunch of new expensive hardware.
I'm disappointed..... oh well thanks anyway everyone.
Well :P OCing is OCing, what else is there to it? You boost the multiplier, then voltage if needed other things and such to get it stable. Coolers are something to make note of but the whole idea of OCing does not need a novel to explain it.