This reduced temperature means that the CPU can be pushed well beyond its normal limits. In practice this involves a lot of informed trial and error, tweaking BIOS settings for both speed and voltage to eke every last bit of performance out of the CPU.
 

This reduced temperature means that the CPU can be pushed well beyond its normal limits. In practice this involves a lot of informed trial and error, tweaking BIOS settings for both speed and voltage to eke every last bit of performance out of the CPU.

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Fun with liquid Nitrogen

Over the weekend we attended an extreme overclocking workshop in Brisbane. Take a look at what happens when you use liquid Nitrogen to cool a CPU. [Words: John Gillooly]

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