Overclockers have always been a bit extreme – we take hardware many people are perfectly satisfied with and then push every last MHz we can out of it within our cooling limits. Some choose air cooling, some choose water cooling. Then there are the crazy people. Read More
While browsing my usual haunts yesterday, I was taken aback after seeing the photos TiN was posting on Kingpin Cooling’s forums. I couldn’t help but ask if we could use those photos here. He said yes, so use them we shall! Read More
Overclockers Benching Team member xXSebaSXx is benching live right now! His “trusty daily driver finally gets put through the ringer.” | This one is done folks, thanks to all that stopped by! Read More
Come watch hokie’s first (gasp!) sub-zero experience in all its glory tonight at 8:45p.m. EST.
UPDATE: Last night’s event is over, but Hokie had some great results which he’s shared inside this article’s comment section. Read More
In the never ending quest for a few more MHz of power that any self respecting overclocker is constantly seeking, this question always comes up. How can I get this piece of hardware colder? As we all know, heat is normally the enemy of speed in our little world, and overclockers have dreamed up brilliant and sophisticated ways to keep their hardware colder. This is not one of them. Read More