Well, we skipped a generation on the front page, because overclocking Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge were both relatively similar, and relatively easy. The overclocking game, however, is in for a bit of a facelift with Haswell. We have an overclocking guide ready for you on day one, so grab your CPU, sit back and relax while we overclock them together! Read More
Hopefully this will be helpful for anyone out there with Bulldozer and Liquid Nitrogen, and for everyone else I hope it uncovers the secrets of how its done. Read More
How do you RMA an Intel CPU if you need to, what do you need and where do you go? Read More
This guide will teach you how to properly overclock your Phenom II, and squeeze out every last drop that the CPU has to offer. Read More
Here I document how I overclocked my netbook from 1.2 GHz to 1.43 GHz using a simple software program and some trial and error. Performance in both 3DMark2001SE and in SuperPi (1M) was improved, with only a modest increase in load temperatures. Read More
Updated 2/26/10 – So many users are searching around the net these days, looking for advice on how to overclock their new systems, but don’t know where to start. I decided a good how-to guide was in order to help you all out. Read More
While you still take your chances with getting a good CPU for unlocking, once you have one, MSI has included a BIOS feature in their new motherboards to make the rest of your core unlocking experience as easy as possible. Read More
In the later parts of Summer 2009, I was in an overclocking competition. Someone was talking about lowering the number of cores so that they could increase the overall speed of the CPU. This made sense, sort of.