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How to change computer clock speed?

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    coolsitesv New Member

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    The system clock is located on a small specialized chip that produces precisely timed electrical
    beat or pules.this is like a bass clock speed is measured or billions of beat per second.
    Unlike a bass drum, which can beat faster to increase cadence, a computer system clock has
    a fixed speed that cannot be varied
    The clock speed or clock rate for powerful microcomputer is measured in gigahertz(GHz)
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    But most processors can be overclocked so it can be changed.
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    try to access your BIOS SETUP, go to frequency and voltages setup (something like that) Adjust your V-core voltages, next, Adjust your frequency multiplier , take note over clocking your system, may produce permanent damage on your computer, and also a Reminder try to improve your cooling system, try to use a Pipe type or water Cooled heat sink System.

    Mere INFO HERE:
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    Well you can't with a Dell, they don't allow overclocking. Even if it were possible, an optiplex has no airflow and would fry.
    Get a real motherboard, real case, and then try.
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    That's true. The Dell BIOS isn't proper for overclocking.
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    Hello,

    Which BIOS is best for overclocking?
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    i am using ASUS.how about it?
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    The system clock is located on a small specialized chip that produces precisely timed electrical, beat or pules.this is like a bass clock speed is measured or billions of beat per second.

    Unlike a bass drum, which can beat faster to increase cadence, a computer system clock has a fixed speed that cannot be varied.

    The clock speed or clock rate for powerful microcomputer is measured in gigahertz(GHz)
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    To improve the performance of your computer, you might want to consider increasing the clock speed on your CPU. This is known as overclocking your CPU. It is a simple enough process, but it does come at a cost and will likely shorten the lifespan of your CPU due to overheating.
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    Usually overclockers use non-stock colling systems and thus CPU's don't overheat. I hae Phenom II X4 965 overclocked from 3,4Ghz to 4,0Ghz and use Xigmatek Gaia cooler. It deals wit cooling perfectly for its price and is very silent.
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    Nice information.Thanks for sharing with us.

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