Overclocking, techniques for increasing your computer's performance

 

 


 

More about cooling

 

Below are some cooling systems for different parts of the computer. 
It is not essential to make changes if you only raise the frequency of the microprocessor slightly, but it is a good idea in those cases where the temperature rises dangerously.
You could, similarly, install additional ventilation in other parts or components of the PC.

Coolers for microprocessor

 

These coolers are in contact with the microprocessor. When overclocking, it is an idea to replace this part. It comprises the radiator (usually made of aluminium) and the fan. Choose a larger radiator that has a fan with greater air extraction ability.

AMD K7 (Athlon / Slot A) Titan Intel Pentium III 1 GHz  Titan Pentium III 1.2 GHz de Titan
Athlon™ (Thunderbird) Tai Sol Socket 370  Spire Slot 1 Pentium III Spire

 

Coolers format card


These components are easily fitted in one of the free slots (where ISA, PCI or AGP cards go).
This is advisable when you have cards that generate a lot of heat. In the picture on the right you can see a set of fans placed on top of the cards.

 

 

 4500 RPM  Vantec

Double fans of Spire Double 80 x 25 mm Titan

 

If you want to lower the operating temperature of the hard disk and so prolong its useful life, you can install some of these models.

 

 

Spire 4000. RPM  Titan 2 fans Spire

 

Coolers grafic cards


There is a wide range of coolers available for the graphics card chip. Aluminium dissipators are also available for these cards’ memory.

TTC-MV1AB
4600 RPM of Titan 4600 RPM dof CoolerGuys 6000 RPM of Titan

 

 

 

 

Cooling for software  

   

  1 What is overclocking?
  2 Where does the process begin? 
  3 Before starting

  4
Jumpers and BIOS
  5
Changing the voltage
  6 Problems
  7 Cooling techniques
  8
More about cooling
  9
Cooling for software
10 Examples of overclocking
11 Pushing other components
12 Graphics cards
13
Utilities
14 Overclocking forum  
15 Links refrigeradores

 

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