Power Tags: CPUs Energy Power Overclocking erosalex February 21, 2013 5:27:06 AM hello all I have a 3820 that I send a little bit in overclock 4.2 GHz vcore manually to 1.250 V I saw that the power can be set to high performance in practice the freq. never goes over 2.4 Ghz (with the 'other setting reaches the min to 1.2 Ghz) 1) do you think the PC is more responsive? (notice it working on it) 2) how much is consumed more in terms of energy? More about : power | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Reply to erosalex Register or log in to remove Ask the community Post an answer Tom's Hardware>Forum>Overclocking>Power> Related ressources: ForumHomebuilt PC power issues ForumMSI FM2-A55M-E33 power ? ForumThe truth about cheap and bad power supplies ForumPower went off and now I have ASrock Screen ForumPower Supply Question. ForumHIS HD6970 power requirements Forum7970 Power Supply ForumDo I have a faulty power supply? Kernel Power Event ID 41 error ForumNeed Monitor Power Adapter! ForumBehringer MX1602 Mixer - Power Supply ForumMost power efficient CPU ForumWill my power supplie work? ForumIs this enough power ? ForumPower Supply Recommendation Needed ForumDo they make external RAIDs with power eSATA (eSATAp) ?? ForumAspire 8943G Power Circuit Replacement Help ForumPOWER SUPPLY REPLACEMENT ForumComputer was on for split sec, turned off and now won't power up anymore. ForumHow to make optimum utilization of battery power of laptop ForumWill this Power Supply support this Graphics Card? More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !