[HARDWARE] Overclocking CPUs
Chi K. Chan
ckchan at interport.net
Wed Sep 22 17:04:42 EDT 1999
As more advance (faster) cpus are released, price of older cpus will
fall drastically. So, it does pays to overclock your cpu, as long as
your system remain stable (nothing is more valuble, than your data).
Because in 2 years, your cpu will be practically worthless.
So, why not squeeze he last drop of power from it as soon as possible,
and get your money's worth ?
> if you are running a long term project such as cracking RC5, then
> the decreased lifetime of an over clocked CPU will not pay off the
> 5-10% increase in performance.
> Any thoughts on this?
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