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From what I remember, it's pushing your machine harder than the processor is intended to go.
Overclocking is simply making your computer processor ran faster that intended. The benefit is that you are going to have high speeds but the bad thing with overclocking is that you may make your computer to start hanging due to overheating.
CPU chips have a clock input, which controls the duration of a cycle. A cycle is just a state transition within the CPU's internal circuits. Each instruction the CPU executes requires one or more cycles. Any given CPU will have a rated clock speed, meaning that the manufacturer guarantees the results will be reliable at that speed. You can try to increase the clock speed (overclock the CPU), but it is possible that in some cycles the circuits within the CPU won't have fully completed their transition to the next state. So, you might get unreliable results. Working the computers circuits faster will also require more power, generate more heat, and lead to timing problems with external components. In short, it is a way to make your computer faster and less reliable.
by flashmakeit5 years ago
How can you improve your computers CPU?
by TechyTech6 years ago
How do you clean your computer inside if it is overheating without damaging it?
by desertdeeds7 years ago
is there a fuse in a laptop computer
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